Data from: Predictability of the impact of multiple stressors on the keystone species Daphnia

Cuenca Cambronero M, Marshall H, De Meester L, Davidson TA, Beckerman AP, Orsini L

Date Published: December 4, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.cp45ht6

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Title Cambronero_etal_Environmental metadata
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Description Paleolimnological and historical data are shown for the sedimentary archive of Lake Ring. For each radiometrically dated year, Daphnia magna ephippia count, Cladocera assemblage, carbamate insecticides, Loss on Ignition (LOI), transparency measured as Secchi disk depth, total Nitrates (TN) and total Phosphates (TP) are shown. Na = missing data. Data for transparency, TN and TP are available between 1971 and 1999
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Title Cambronero_etal_pesticides
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Description List of insecticides sold in Denmark according to the Danish county authority between 1955 and 2010 (www.middeldatabasen.dk). The total amount of each insecticide is show in tons. Yellow lines highlight carbamate insecticides, of which the commercial brand Carbaryl was used in this study.
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Title Cambronero_etal_life history traits
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Description IndividualID, populationID, experimental exposure and life history traits (mortality, size at maturity, age at maturity and fecundity) measured after controlling for maternal effect in the three common garden experiments are shown. CGE1: temperature; CGE2: temperature and food levels; CGE3: temperature and insecticide Carbaryl concentrations. Temperatures used are: 18C and 24C; food levels are 0.2 mg Carbon/L and 2.4 mg Carbon/L; Carbaryl concentrations are 4 μg/L and 10 μg/L. Experimental exposures are as follows: T18 – Temperature 18C; T24 - Temperature 24C; TFH18 - Temperature 18C and high food levels; TFL18 - Temperature 18C and low food levels; TFH24 - Temperature 24C and high food levels; TFL24 - Temperature 24C and low food levels; TIH18 - Temperature 18C and high insecticide levels; TIL18 - Temperature 18C and low insecticide levels; TIH24 - Temperature 24C and high insecticide levels; TIL24 - Temperature 24C and low insecticide levels.
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Cuenca Cambronero M, Marshall H, De Meester L, Davidson TA, Beckerman AP, Orsini L (2018) Predictability of the impact of multiple stressors on the keystone species Daphnia. Scientific Reports 8(1): 17572. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-35861-y

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Cuenca Cambronero M, Marshall H, De Meester L, Davidson TA, Beckerman AP, Orsini L (2018) Data from: Predictability of the impact of multiple stressors on the keystone species Daphnia. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.cp45ht6
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