Data from: Individual heterogeneity determines sex differences in mortality in a monogamous bird with reversed sexual dimorphism

Colchero F, Aliaga AE, Jones OR, Conde DA

Date Published: April 13, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t89g2

 

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Description This is a 28 years (1971-1999) capture-mark-recapture dataset gathered by the British ornithologist Ian Newton from two populations of the Eurasian sparrowhawk in the United Kingdom (Lakhani & Newton, 1983; Newton & Rothery, 1997; Newton, Rothery, & Wyllie, 2008). Until recently, these data were freely available as part of the Long-term Individual based Time Series (LITS) project (Jones, Clutton-Brock, Coulson, & Godfray, 2008). For a description of the dataset please see ReadMe file.
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Colchero F, Aliaga AE, Jones OR, Conde DA (2017) Individual heterogeneity determines sex differences in mortality in a monogamous bird with reversed sexual dimorphism. Journal of Animal Ecology 86(4): 899-907. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12677

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Colchero F, Aliaga AE, Jones OR, Conde DA (2017) Data from: Individual heterogeneity determines sex differences in mortality in a monogamous bird with reversed sexual dimorphism. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t89g2
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