Data from: Repeatability of circadian behavioural variation revealed in free-ranging marine fish

Alós J, Martorell-Barceló M, Campos-Candela A

Date Published: January 13, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q3c3t

 

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Description Id is the identification code of the fish, day is date (dd/mm/yyyy) of tracking, the year of tagging experiment , sex is the gender of the individuals, the fish size is in total length nearest the mm of the individual, grain size and depth are the characteristics of the habitat, latitude and longitude are the locations of the centre of the home range (centre of activity) of each individual in m and refereed to the central point of the study area, rest duration (hours) is the time difference between the rest onset of the previous day and the awakening time of the current day (n= 148), wakening time is the time relative to sunrise (min) when fish started their daily active behaviour (n= 159), rest onset is the time related to sunset (min) when fish fished their daily active behaviour, and iii) (n= 159) and activity is the daily distance travelled in m (n= 159).
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Alós J, Martorell-Barceló M, Campos-Candela A (2017) Repeatability of circadian behavioural variation revealed in free-ranging marine fish. Royal Society Open Science 4(2): 160791. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.160791

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Alós J, Martorell-Barceló M, Campos-Candela A (2017) Data from: Repeatability of circadian behavioural variation revealed in free-ranging marine fish. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q3c3t
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