Data from: The global geography of fish diadromy modes

Chalant A, Jézequel C, Keith P, Hugueny B

Date Published: June 10, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.9pt97sj

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Title Presence-absence table
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Description Presence-absence of 350 diadromous fish species (columns) in 994 river basins (rows). See also the method section in the accompanying paper.
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Title Biotic and abiotic features of river basins
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Description Biotic and abiotic features of 994 river basins. SR stands for Species richness, T° for temperature (°C), SST for sea surface temperature (°C), NPP for net primary productivity (mgC/m²/day). Land surface area is in arbitrary units. %Ice is the percentage of the river basin under ice at the last glacial maximum. See also the method section in the accompanying paper for further information about the variables.
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Title Species status
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Description Taxonomic status and diadromy type for 350 diadromous species. See also the method section in the accompanying paper.
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Title Species occurrences
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Description Data for 161 diadromous species with more than 4 occurrences per biome (terrestrial, marine) in the GBIF database. NPP stands for net primary productivity (mgC/m²/day). The column “phylogeny” indicates whether (Y) or not (N) the species belongs to the phylogeny provided by Rabosky et al. (2013). Citations are available in the associated file 'SpeciesGBIF_README.txt'. See also the method section in the accompanying paper for further information about the variables.
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Chalant A, Jézequel C, Keith P, Hugueny B (2019) The global geography of fish diadromy modes. Global Ecology and Biogeography. https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.12931

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Chalant A, Jézequel C, Keith P, Hugueny B (2019) Data from: The global geography of fish diadromy modes. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.9pt97sj
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