Data from: Alongshore variation in barnacle populations is determined by surfzone hydrodynamics

Shanks AL, Morgan SG, MacMahan J, Reniers AJHM

Date Published: April 18, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.tq381

 

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Title Shanks et al. Ecol Mono
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Description Data are a combination of field-collected data on barnacle populations at stations from San Diego, California to La Push, Washington. Stations names are in column A and they were cataloged (column B) as either rocky shores (1, continuous rocks intertidal for at least 50 m) or rocks within beaches (2, rocky shore <50 m). The latitude and longitude (columns D and E) are precise locations using the ‘place’ tool in Google Earth. Columns F and G are alongshore wind stress (a proxy for upwelling/downwelling) and average wave height calculated for each station latitude. See Shanks et al (in press) for descriptions of the methods. Daily solar radiation (column H) is from the National Solar Radiation Data Base (http://rredc.nrel.gov/solar/old_data/nsrdb/). Average surfzone width (Column I) was determined from Google Earth images (See Shanks et al, in press for methods). Intertidal width and beach angle (columns J and K) were measured in the field at the time the stations were sampled and methods are described in Shanks et al. (in press). Barnacle data (columns L-W) are from photographs taken in the field at each sample site. ImageJ was used to analyze the photographs and methods are describe in Shanks et al. (in press).
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Title Daily Barncle settlement in 2011
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Description Daily barnacle settlement data for 2011. Data are daily settlement to bare rock surface quadrats. There were three replicates at Pack Trail, Bastendorff, Carmel North, and Carmel South. Blanks in the matrix indicate missing data. See Shanks et al. (in press) for a description of the methods and the latitude and longitude of the sample sites.
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Title Weekly barnacle recruitment in 2010
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Description Weekly barnacle recruitment data to bare rock quadrats in 2010. The latitude and longitude of each sample site is in Shanks et al. (in press) as well as a detailed description of the sample methods.
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Title Barnacle Size frequency data for 26 samples stations
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Description Size frequency distributions (percent) for barnacles in a latitudinal study of populations along the west coast of North America. Size bins are in mm. Station locations can be found in Shanks et al. (in press).
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Shanks AL, Morgan SG, MacMahan J, Reniers AJHM (2017) Alongshore variation in barnacle populations is determined by surf zone hydrodynamics. Ecological Monographs 87(3): 508-532. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ecm.1265

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Shanks AL, Morgan SG, MacMahan J, Reniers AJHM (2017) Data from: Alongshore variation in barnacle populations is determined by surfzone hydrodynamics. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.tq381
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