Data from: A novel integrative method for measuring body condition in ecological studies based on physiological dysregulation

 

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Title Shorebirds physiological data
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Description This datasets contains data measured over ~1 on shorebirds (Calidris canutus) caught in the wild and kept in captivity. Specifically, the dataset includes 11 physiological biomarkers, two mass measurements, one performance measure (maximal thermogenic capacity), one health variable (foot inflammation) and information about treatment and measurment times for 31 birds. See Milot et al (accompagning paper) and references therein (Vézina et al. 2006; 2011; Buehler et al. 2008) for details about the experimental setup. The data is in excel format and ready for input in R. A sheet also describe each variable.
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Milot E, Cohen AA, Vézina F, Buehler DM, Matson KD, Piersman T (2014) A novel integrative method for measuring body condition in ecological studies based on physiological dysregulation. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5(2): 146-155. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.12145

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Milot E, Cohen AA, Vézina F, Buehler DM, Matson KD, Piersman T (2014) Data from: A novel integrative method for measuring body condition in ecological studies based on physiological dysregulation. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mf0ns
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