Data from: Reproductive plasticity and landscape heterogeneity benefit a ground-nesting bird in a fire-prone ecosystem

Carroll JM, Hovick TJ, Davis CA, Elmore RD, Fuhlendorf SD

Date Published: July 7, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r8ph6

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Title Nest_Data
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Description This file includes nesting data for the 2012 - 2015 northern bobwhite breeding seasons at the Packsaddle Wildlife Management Area, western Oklahoma, USA. The file includes 16 management, life history, weather and temporal covariates for each nest that was monitored.
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Title Weather_Data
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Description This file includes weather data for the relevant northern bobwhite breeding seasons from 2012-2015 at the Packsaddle Wildlife Management Area, western Oklahoma, USA.
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Carroll JM, Hovick TJ, Davis CA, Elmore RD, Fuhlendorf SD (2017) Reproductive plasticity and landscape heterogeneity benefit a ground-nesting bird in a fire-prone ecosystem. Ecological Applications 27(7): 2234-2244. https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.1604

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Carroll JM, Hovick TJ, Davis CA, Elmore RD, Fuhlendorf SD (2017) Data from: Reproductive plasticity and landscape heterogeneity benefit a ground-nesting bird in a fire-prone ecosystem. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r8ph6
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