Data from: Darker where cold and wet: Australian birds follow their own version of Gloger's rule

Delhey K

Date Published: June 22, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.n7832

 

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Title Data for species-level analyses
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Description Data includes the following variables: phylo.name=scientific names which match nomenclature used in birdtree.org; patch.loc= dorsal (d) or ventral (v); log10av.ref=log10-transformed average reflectance of dorsal or verntral plumage patches; hab.close=index of vegetation density; temp=average temperature based on the distribution of the species; log10rain=average log10-transformed annual rainfall based on the distribution of the species; lat=average latitude based on the distribution of the species; lon=average longitude based on the distribution of the species; sex=male or female.
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Title Data for the assemblage-level analyses
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Description Data has the following variables: cell.name=identifier for each 1 degree cell; n.species=number of species recorded in cell; av.ref.m.d= average male dorsal reflectance value for species recorded in cell; av.ref.m.v=average male ventral reflectance value for species recorded in cell; av.ref.f.d=average female dorsal reflectance value for species recorded in cell; av.ref.f.v=average female ventral reflectance value for species recorded in cell; Lat=latitude of centre of cell; Lon=longitude of centre of cell; n.surveys=number of surveys carried out in cell; temp=average temperature in a 50 km radius around the centre of cell; log10rain=log10-transformed average annual rainfall in a 50 km radius around the centre ; veg=average vegetation structure score in a 50 km radius around the centre of cell.
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Delhey K (2017) Darker where cold and wet: Australian birds follow their own version of Gloger's rule. Ecography, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ecog.03040

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Delhey K (2017) Data from: Darker where cold and wet: Australian birds follow their own version of Gloger's rule. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.n7832
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