Data from: Interacting effects of wildlife loss and climate on ticks and tick-borne disease

Titcomb G, Allan BF, Ainsworth T, Lauren H, Hedlund T, Pringle RM, Palmer TM, Njoroge L, Campana MG, Fleischer R, Mantas JN, Young HS

Date Published: July 25, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sf33k

 

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Description The zipped folder contains 9 csv files used for data analysis of tick counts. ALL_ALL refers to counts of all tick species for all treatments (a subset of five months). ALL_LC refers to counts of all tick species for Total exclosures vs. Control plots. RHPR_ALL and RHPR_LC are data for Rhipicephalus praetextatus for all treatments and Total vs. Control plots, respectively. RHPU_ALL and RHPU_LC are data for Rhipicephalus pulchellus. RHPV_ALL and RHPV_LC are data for Rhipicephalus pravus. Pathogens_CB_R contain data on Coxiella burnetii and Rickettsia pathogen infection in ticks. Column headers are Period: The month that ticks were collected, starting from October 2013. Level: The geographic location of the exclosure treatment. 1 = Southern, mesic region, 2 = Central, intermediate region, 3 = North, arid region. Replicate: Numbered 1-9, the identity of replicated plot treatments. Treatment: The type of exclosure - LMH = Total exclosure, CONT = control, MESO = exclusion of all herbivores >15kg, MEGA = exclusion of elephant and giraffe. Rain = Mean annual rainfall at each level (mm/year).
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Titcomb G, Allan BF, Ainsworth T, Lauren H, Hedlund T, Pringle RM, Palmer TM, Njoroge L, Campana MG, Fleischer R, Mantas JN, Young HS (2017) Data from: Interacting effects of wildlife loss and climate on ticks and tick-borne disease. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sf33k
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