Data from: Evidence of a link between survival and pair fidelity across multiple tit populations

Culina A, Lachish S, Sheldon B

Date Published: March 28, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q1gb0

 

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Title Capture histories used to model pair fidelity and survival in E_surge
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Description Data include capture histories (column 'H:') for a) female blue and great tits of Wytham woods; b) male blue and great tits of Wytham woods; c) female great tits of Wytham and Bagley woods; d) male great tits of Wytham and Bagley woods. For each dataset, the capture history is followed by the column 'S:' (denotes number of individuals with the capture history), the column '$COV:Mgp' (covariate coding for age, either Juvenile or Adult), and the column '$COV:Sp; or ;$COV:Pop; (coding for Species: G - great tit, B -Blue tit; or population Bag - Bagley wood, Wyth = Wytham woods). These capture histories were used to model pair fidelity and survival in program E_Surge as described in the Supplementary material of the Culina et al. 2015. Capture histories consist of 6 different codes that describe the 'event' that happen for a particular bird in a particular season. The original data on breeding pairs come from the long-term monitored populations in these woods.
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Culina A, Lachish S, Sheldon B (2015) Evidence of a link between survival and pair fidelity across multiple tit populations. Journal of Avian Biology 46(5): 507–515. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jav.00661

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Culina A, Lachish S, Sheldon B (2015) Data from: Evidence of a link between survival and pair fidelity across multiple tit populations. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q1gb0
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