Data from: Behavioral flexibility versus rules of thumb: how do grey squirrels deal with conflicting risks?

Leaver LA, Jayne K, Lea SEG

Date Published: September 2, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.k3m40

 

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Title cachedistance data dryad
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Description Data were collected in the field and entered into SPSS. Column headings are: SquirrelID=individual squirrels, obsnum = observation number for each individual squirrel, site=which of 4 sites the data were collected from, cachedistance=distance of the cache, in metres, from the nearest tree, numsqpres=the number of other squirrels present at the time the focal squirrel made the cache, disturbances=the number of people that passed through the site during the observation period
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Title foragedistance data dryad
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Description Data were collected in the field and entered into SPSS. Column headings are: SquirrelID=individual squirrels, obsnum = observation number for each individual squirrel, site=which of 4 sites the data were collected from, cachedistance=distance of the cache, in metres, from the nearest tree, numsqpres=the number of other squirrels present at the time the focal squirrel made the cache, disturbances=the number of people that passed through the site during the observation period
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Title human predation data dryad
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Description Data were collected in the field and entered into SPSS. Data columns are as follows: location=site where squirrel was observed, Squirrel_ID=individual squirrel ID, V3=observation number for each squirrel, date=date of observation, time=time of day observation was taken, No_of_human=number of humans present when the squirrel was observed, No_of_dog=number of dogs present when the squirrel was observed, distancem=distance in metres between the squirrel and the nearest human and/or dog, escaped_or_not=whether or not the squirrel stopped it's current activity and ran, escaped=whether or not the squirrel stopped it's current activity and ran using 0 for no and 1 for yes
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Title artificial cache data
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Description data were collected in the field and entered into an Excel file. Column definitions are within the file itself.
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Leaver LA, Jayne K, Lea SE (2016) Behavioral flexibility versus rules of thumb: how do grey squirrels deal with conflicting risks?. Behavioral Ecology 28 (1): 186-192. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/beheco/arw146

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Leaver LA, Jayne K, Lea SEG (2016) Data from: Behavioral flexibility versus rules of thumb: how do grey squirrels deal with conflicting risks? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.k3m40
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