Data from: Environment not dispersal limitation drives clonal composition of arctic Daphnia in a recently deglaciated area

Haileselasie TH, Mergeay J, Weider LJ, Sommaruga R, Davidson TA, Meerhoff M, Arndt H, Jürgens K, Jeppesen E, De Meester L

Date Published: September 27, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.m874p

 

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Title Sampling locations and environmental data from Jakobshavn Isbræ region of western Greenland
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Description Geographic coordinates (UTM readings), pH, water temperature, altitude, depth, area and distance to ice sheet collected in the field and nutrients (Total nitrogen, Total phosphorus and chlorophyll-a) determined in the laboratory from water samples collected during field sampling.
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Title Clones and their abuandance in the habitat detected
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Title KX024528-KX024565
Description DNA Sequence data used for species identification were submitted to GenBank® and deposited for Haileselasie et al. (2016) Colonization history and clonal richness of asexual Daphnia in periglacial habitats of contrasting age in West Greenland in Journal of Animal Ecology (doi:10.1111/1365-2656.12513). They are available from the NCBI PopSet database under accession number 1015802155, or in GenBank® under individual accession numbers KX024528-KX024565.
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Description This files includes the R packages we used in our analysis. The input data and names of variables are the same as those used in the main text. ENV= environmental variables, SPACE +spatial distance, HAB=Habitat (pond vs lake) and AGE = represented by distance and dummy variables for old and young
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Title Dryad® Digital Repository-polysat-input-data
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Description Column A rows 1-12780 indicate name of individuals and population they belong to followed by number referring to population and individual organism's number, respectively. The letter "L" refers to lake habitat and "p" for pond habitat. Column B contains list of 9 microsatellite markers from Colbourne et al. (2004) Molecular Ecology Notes 4, 485-490) and column C through F lists number of alleles for each individual organisms at the respective microsatellite markers. Column G refers to DNA-code used and column H is multi-locus genotype and column I is code of clones used in the main text and supplementary material.
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Haileselasie TH, Mergeay J, Weider LJ, Sommaruga R, Davidson TA, Meerhoff M, Arndt H, Jürgens K, Jeppesen E, De Meester L (2016) Environment not dispersal limitation drives clonal composition of Arctic Daphnia in a recently deglaciated area. Molecular Ecology 25(23): 5830–5842. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.13843

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Haileselasie TH, Mergeay J, Weider LJ, Sommaruga R, Davidson TA, Meerhoff M, Arndt H, Jürgens K, Jeppesen E, De Meester L (2016) Data from: Environment not dispersal limitation drives clonal composition of arctic Daphnia in a recently deglaciated area. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.m874p
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