Data from: Sex differences in risk perception in deep-diving bottlenose dolphins leads to decreased foraging efficiency when exposed to human disturbance

Symons J, Pirotta E, Lusseau D

Date Published: October 8, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.n820k

 

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Title focal follow data used to test theoretical predictions
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Description individual focal follow of dolphin breathing in Doubtful Sound, Fiordland, New Zealand collected in 2000-2002. See Symons et al. for further methodological details. This data was used to carry out analyses in that paper to test changes in inter-breath interval (IBI) ("divetime") for different types of IBI ("divetype") depending on the presence of boats ("simpleboat") of individual bottlenose dolphins ("individual") for which the gender was known ("sex").
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Symons J, Pirotta E, Lusseau D (2014) Sex differences in risk perception in deep-diving bottlenose dolphins leads to decreased foraging efficiency when exposed to human disturbance. Journal of Applied Ecology 51(6): 1584-1592. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12337

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Symons J, Pirotta E, Lusseau D (2014) Data from: Sex differences in risk perception in deep-diving bottlenose dolphins leads to decreased foraging efficiency when exposed to human disturbance. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.n820k
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