Data from: Reptile embryos lack the opportunity to thermoregulate by moving within the egg

Telemeco RS, Gangloff EJ, Cordero GA, Mitchell TS, Bodensteiner BL, Holden KG, Mitchell SM, Polich RL, Janzen FJ

Date Published: February 9, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mj8m0

 

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Title Nest temperature data
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Description Data provide temperatures at 4 depths within natural Chelydra serpentina nests, from IL, USA
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Title External egg temperatures
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Description Data are temperatures on the shell surface of Chelydra serpentina eggs exposed to large and small thermal gradient treatments within the laboratory.
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Title Internal egg temperatures
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Description Data are temperatures within live eggs exposed to either a small or large thermal gradient in the laboratory.
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Title SoilSimulation_Output
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Description Simulated soil temperature data using the Campbell and Norman (1998) model. Data used to assess the potential for embryos to experience biologically-relevant thermal gradients. File is too large to be opened in MS Excel.
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Telemeco RS, Gangloff EJ, Cordero GA, Mitchell TS, Bodensteiner BL, Holden KG, Mitchell SM, Polich RL, Janzen FJ (2016) Reptile embryos lack the opportunity to thermoregulate by moving within the egg. The American Naturalist 188(1): E13-E27. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/686628

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Telemeco RS, Gangloff EJ, Cordero GA, Mitchell TS, Bodensteiner BL, Holden KG, Mitchell SM, Polich RL, Janzen FJ (2016) Data from: Reptile embryos lack the opportunity to thermoregulate by moving within the egg. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.mj8m0
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