Data from: Trophic sensitivity of invasive predator and native prey interactions: integrating environmental context and climate change

Cheng BS, Komoroske LM, Grosholz ED

Date Published: October 14, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.jb85f

 

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Title Thermal tolerance data
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Description Thermal tolerance data from the heat bar experiment. Each row is an individual animal and each column describes the conditions and response for that animal. "tube" refers to the tube number for the heat bar. "row" refers to the row within the heat bar. "Species" refers to Oyster (Ostrea lurida), Atlantic drill (Urosalpinx cinerea), and Japanese drill (Ocenebra inornata). "temp" refers to the temperature during the last hour of exposure in degrees Celsius. "alive" refers to whether or not the animal was alive the following day after heat exposure (Y = yes, N = no). "survival" is a binary coding for the alive response (1 = yes, 0 = no). "size" is the shell height of the animal in millimeters."time" refers to the temporal block during which the experiment was conducted (1,2, or 3).
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Title Salinity Tolerance Data - Gastropods
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Description Salinity tolerance data for oyster drills (gastropods). Each row is an individual animal and each column is a variable. "species" refers to Urosalpinx (Atlantic oyster drill) and Ocenebra (Japanese oyster drill). "salinity" is the exposure salinity in practical salinity units. "duration" is the length of exposure in days. "size" is the shell height in millimeters. "alive" is whether or not the animal survived the salinity exposure. "survival" is a numerical code for "alive" where 1 = alive and 0 = death.
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Title Salinity Tolerance Data - Oysters
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Description Salinity tolerance data for Olympia oysters (Ostrea lurida). Each row is an individual animal and each column is a variable. "species" refers to oysters (invariant). "Salinity" is the exposure salinity in practical salinity units. "size" is the shell height in millimeters. "alive" is whether the animal survived the salinity exposure (yes or no). "Survival" is a numerical code for the "alive" variable (1 = alive, 0 = dead). "Duration" is the number of days that the animal was exposed to the target salinity.
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Title Thermal Growth High Ration Data - Oysters
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Description Oyster growth data for thermal performance curve. Each row is an individual oyster and each column is a variable. "tile" refers to a numbered value assigned to each pvc square that oysters were settled upon. "tile.side" is the side upon which the oyster was located (a or b). "oyster.no" is a unique number assigned to every oyster. "tank" is the number assigned to each 38 liter tank during the experiment. "temp" is the temperature in degrees Celsius. "initial.area" is the shell area centimeters squared for that oyster at the beginning of the experiment. "area" is the final area in centimeters squared after the temperature exposure.
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Title Thermal Growth Low Ration Data - Oysters
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Description Growth data for low ration oyster experiment. Each row is an individual animal and each column is a variable. "food.ration" is low (invariant). "tile" refers to the pvc plate that each oyster is assigned to. "initial.area" is the size in centimeters squared for the oyster at the beginning of the experiment. "final.area" is the oyster size in centimeters squared at the end of the experiment. "group" is a numerical code for the temperature treatment. "temp" is the temperature that the oysters were assigned to in degrees Celsius. "growth" is the difference between the final and initial size in centimeters squared. "cum.growth" is the cumulative growth for each tile in centimeters squared.
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Title Thermal Growth High Ration Data - Gastropods
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Description Thermal growth data for the gastropods under high ration availability. Each row is an individual animal and each column is a variable. "species" is either Atlantic drill (Urosalpinx cinerea) or Japanese drill (Ocenebra inornata). "snail.no" is a unique number given to every experimental snail. "teaball" is a number given to each housing. "temperature" is the water temperature that each snail was exposed to in degrees Celsius. "tank" is the tank number that each teaball was housed in. "alive" is a numerical code for whether or not the snail survived the experiment (1 = alive, 0 = dead). "initial.sh" is the shell height of each snail at the beginning of the experiment in millimeters. "final.sh" is the shell heigh of each snail at the end of the experiment in millimeters. "final.sh.width" is the shell width (at widest point) at the end of the experiment. "notes" are given for a subset of snails.
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Title Environmental Data Tomales - Middle Bay
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Description Physical environmental data from "Middle Bay" site within Tomales Bay, CA. Data was collected with a YSI 6920V2 sonde deployed at latitude 38.150328 degrees and longitude -122.905767 degrees. Data collection began on November 24, 2010 and ended on January 16, 2014. Each row is an observation and each column is a variable. "date" is the date in month/day/year format. "time" is the local time in hour:minute:second format. "DateTimeStamp" is a concatenated string of "date" and "time". "temp" is the water temperature in degrees Celsius. "spcond" is the specific conductivity in millisiemens per centimeter. "salinity" is the calculated salinity from specific conductivity in practical salinity units. "pH" is the water column pH in total scale. "do.sat" is the dissolved oxygen in percent saturation. "do.mgl" is the dissolved oxygen in milligrams per liter.
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Title Environmental Data Tomales - Inner Bay
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Description Environmental data from Tomales Bay, CA. Temperature data collected with an iButton data logger (DS-1922L). Logger was deployed at 0.0 meters above mean lower low water level at latitude 38.115117 degrees and longtitude -122.870695 degrees. "date.time" is the date and time in month/dat/year hour:minute format. "oday" is the ordinal day. "tide.time" is the time of sea level measurements. "aerial.exposure" is whether the sensor is estimated to be in air or water given the tide. "water.temp" is the temperature of the water in degrees Celsius. "air.temp" is the temperature of the air in degrees Celsius.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Cheng BS, Komoroske LM, Grosholz ED (2016) Trophic sensitivity of invasive predator and native prey interactions: integrating environmental context and climate change. Functional Ecology 31(3): 642-652. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12759

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Cheng BS, Komoroske LM, Grosholz ED (2016) Data from: Trophic sensitivity of invasive predator and native prey interactions: integrating environmental context and climate change. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.jb85f
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