Data from: It's cool to be dominant: social status alters short-term risks of heat stress

Cunningham SJ, Thompson ML, McKechnie AE

Date Published: February 17, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.01th0

 

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Title Table S4: Body temperature data
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Description This .csv file contains data used in the analyses of body temperature and thermoregulation in the manuscript "It's cool to be dominant". Key to the column headings as follows: date: date of collection of data point. time.round: time of collection of data point, rounded to the nearest minute. time.deci: time.round converted to a decimal. species: bird species (common names). bird.id: unique colour-ring code of the bird. Tb: body temperature of the bird. soc.rank: social rank of the bird (1 = most dominant). Ta: air temperature as recorded by the weather station. tod: time of day: day = 6:00am – 7:59pm; night = 8:00pm - 5:59am. mass: capture body mass of the bird. sex: sex of the bird, m = male, f= female, u = undetermined.
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Title Table S5: Behavioural data
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Description This .csv file contains data used in the analyses of behavioural thermoregulatory strategies shade-seeking, activity, and panting in the manuscript "It's cool to be dominant". Key to the column headings as follows: date: date of collection of data point. time.round: time of collection of data point, rounded to the nearest minute. species: bird species (common names). bird.id: unique colour-ring code of the bird. soc.rank: social rank of the bird (1 = most dominant). mass: capture body mass of the bird. sex: sex of the bird, m = male, f= female, u = undetermined. Ta: air temperature as recorded by the weather station. panting: binary behaviour variable where 1 = panting, 0 = not panting. active: binary behaviour variable where 1 = active, 0 = inactive. shade: binary behaviour variable where 1 =in shade, 0 =in sun.
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Cunningham SJ, Thompson ML, McKechnie AE It's cool to be dominant: social status alters short-term risks of heat stress. Journal of Experimental Biology, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1242/jeb.152793

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Cunningham SJ, Thompson ML, McKechnie AE (2017) Data from: It's cool to be dominant: social status alters short-term risks of heat stress. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.01th0
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