Data from: Extreme climate-induced life-history plasticity in an amphibian

Becker F, Tolley K, Measey J, Altwegg R

Date Published: August 18, 2017


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Title Capture_histories_Mark_fromat_2008_2014
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Description Text file containing capture histories, which is the raw data used in all capture-mark-recapture analyses of Capensibufo rosei in this paper, and are in the format used by program Mark (White and Burnham 1999). Each '1'/'0' represents a positive (captured) or negative (not captured) history respectively, for a particular year from 2008 to 2014; the number thereafter represents n individuals with that particular capture history.
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Title Model_covariates
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Description These data are all the model covariates needed to run all capture-mark-recapture models in this paper. Although the variable titles are mostly self-explanatory, refer to the paper Methods for a more detailed description of each covariate.
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