Data from: Environmental harshness is positively correlated with intraspecific divergence in mammals and birds

 

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Description CSV file with 1 header line, 26 columns, and 9059 rows of data. Data collated from literature reviews (sources cited in the main text or in column 23). ABBREVIATIONS and UNITS: DISSECTED.BY.MOUNTAINS = True if breeding range is divided into two or more isolated regions by a mountain chain; LAT.RANGE = Latitudinal range; ENV.SHIELDING = Environmental shielding (1 = migratory bird or hibernating mammal); GLACIATION: 1= 20% or more of current breeding range overlap with areas glaciated in the last 21,000 years; ISLAND.DWELLING: 1 = 20% or more of the breeding range occurs on islands; HABITAT.HETEROGENEITY: number of biomes covering at least 5% of the breeding range; BODY.SIZE: Adult body size in grams; PRECIP = Precipitation (in mm); TEMP = Temperature (in degrees Celcius)NPP = Net Primary Productivity (in log10[ g carbon per yr ] ); BREEDING.RANGE.AREA = Area of the breeding range; ENV.HARSHNESS = Environmental harshness (Raw values for PC1); GEOGRAPHIC.COVERAGE = Raw values for PC2; RAINFALL.UNPREDICTABILITY = Raw values for PC3; RESIDUAL.BODY.SIZE = Raw Values for PC4; N.MOST.LAT = Northernmost latitude in the breeding range; S.MOST.LAT = Southernmost latitude in the breeding range; CENTROID = centroid latitude for the breeding range.
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Botero CA, Dor R, McCain CM, Safran RJ (2013) Environmental harshness is positively correlated with intraspecific divergence in mammals and birds. Molecular Ecology 23(2): 259–268. doi:10.1111/mec.12572

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Botero CA, Dor R, McCain CM, Safran RJ (2013) Data from: Environmental harshness is positively correlated with intraspecific divergence in mammals and birds. Dryad Digital Repository. doi:10.5061/dryad.sb175
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