Data from: Combining citizen science species distribution models and stable isotopes reveals migratory connectivity in the secretive Virginia rail

Fournier AMV, Sullivan AR, Bump JK, Perkins M, Shieldcastle MC, King SL

Date Published: June 24, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r4847

 

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Title Rallus limicola summer species distribution model
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Description Median Maxent species distribution model for summer Rallus limicola range. Calculated from 10 bootstrapped replicates. SDM was corrected for spatial sampling bias using the bias grid method.
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Title Rallus limicola summer species distribution model, standard deviation
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Description Standard deviation of Maxent species distribution model for summer Rallus limicola range. Calculated from 10 bootstrapped replicates. SDM was corrected for spatial sampling bias using the bias grid method.
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Title Rallus limicola winter species distribution model
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Description Median Maxent species distribution model for winter Rallus limicola range. Calculated from 10 bootstrapped replicates. SDM was corrected for spatial sampling bias using the bias grid method.
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Title Rallus limicola winter species distribution model, standard deviation
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Description Standard deviation of Maxent species distribution model for winter Rallus limicola range. Calculated from 10 bootstrapped replicates. SDM was corrected for spatial sampling bias using the bias grid method.
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Title Stable hydrogen isotope values of spring migrants and wintering Rallus limicola of unknown origin
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Description δD of feathers collected from wintering Rallus limicola on the Louisiana and Texas coastal plains and from a spring migration stopover site in the Lake Erie marshes of Ohio, USA. Contour feathers were sampled from spring migrants to determine their winter provenance and primary feathers were sampled from wintering rails to determine their previous breeding location.
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Title Probable breeding origins of Rallus limicola wintering in Texas and Louisiana, USA
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Description Probable breeding origins of wintering Virginia rail (Rallus limicola) inferred from feather δD and species distributions models. Wintering rails were captured on the wintering grounds at five sites along the Gulf Coast, USA: (A) Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge, Texas; (B) Grand Cote National Wildlife Refuge, Louisiana; (C) McFaddin National Wildlife Refuge, Texas; (D) Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge 2004-05, Louisiana; (E) Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge 2006; and (F) Sherburne Wildlife Management Area, Louisiana.
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Title Probable winter origins of spring migrants from Lake Erie region, Ohio, USA
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Description Winter provenance of migrating Virginia rails (Rallus limicola) captured at Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge (Ohio, USA), inferred from probability distributions based on stable hydrogen isotope analysis of feathers and species distributions models.
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Fournier AMV, Sullivan AR, Bump JK, Perkins M, Shieldcastle MC, King SL (2016) Combining citizen science species distribution models and stable isotopes reveals migratory connectivity in the secretive Virginia rail. Journal of Applied Ecology 54(2): 618-627. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12723

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Fournier AMV, Sullivan AR, Bump JK, Perkins M, Shieldcastle MC, King SL (2016) Data from: Combining citizen science species distribution models and stable isotopes reveals migratory connectivity in the secretive Virginia rail. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r4847
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