Data from: Recurrent sublethal warming reduces embryonic survival, inhibits juvenile growth, and alters species distribution projections under climate change

Carlo MA, Riddell EA, Levy O, Sears MW

Date Published: November 21, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.pr1h0

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Title output from 'lethal' and 'sublethal' models
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Description This Zip archive contains 14 netCDF files with the output from the lethal, sublethal, and age-at-maturity models. All file names indicate the time period ['contemp' = 1980-2000; 'future' = 2080-2100], variables ([survival' = embryo survival (percent decimal) 'growth' = population growth (lizards/year), 'maturity' = age at maturity (days), 'minmaxtemp' = minimum and maximum daily temperatures(°C)], and whether the output is from the 'lethal' or 'sublethal' model as described in the manuscript (or in the case of the age-at-maturity model, whether it includes the effect of slowed juvenile growth).
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Title Carloetal_EcolLett_labandfield_rearing_data2014and2015
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Description This .csv file contains data from the laboratory and field experiments described in the manuscript, including embryonic mortality and development times, maximum daily temperatures, hatchling sizes and body conditions, and juvenile growth rates estimated from von Bertalanffy growth models (for a subset of laboratory-reared lizards).
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Carlo MA, Riddell EA, Levy O, Sears MW (2017) Recurrent sublethal warming reduces embryonic survival, inhibits juvenile growth, and alters species distribution projections under climate change. Ecology Letters 21(1): 104-116. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.12877

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Carlo MA, Riddell EA, Levy O, Sears MW (2017) Data from: Recurrent sublethal warming reduces embryonic survival, inhibits juvenile growth, and alters species distribution projections under climate change. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.pr1h0
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