Data from: Early reproductive investment, senescence and lifetime reproductive success in female Asian elephants

 

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Title Hayward et al_Elephant senescence_JEB dryad data
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Description Contains two dataframes in an Excel spreadsheet. The first of these gives age-specific fecundity and survival for all female elephants aged >5 years. All abbreviations are as described in the main text. These contain data allowing analysis of reproduction across life as well as survival and reproduction in later life as a function of age and early-life fecundity and the association between early-life fecundity and lifetime breeding success. The second dataframe contains data on calf survival, which may be used for the analysis of age-specific calf survival in later life in relation to early-life fecundity.
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Hayward AD, Mar KU, Lahdenperä M, Lummaa V (2014) Early reproductive investment, senescence and lifetime reproductive success in female Asian elephants. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27(4): 772-783. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12350

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Hayward AD, Mar KU, Lahdenperä M, Lummaa V (2014) Data from: Early reproductive investment, senescence and lifetime reproductive success in female Asian elephants. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.k7r52
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