Data from: Carnivorous mammals from the middle Eocene Washakie Formation, Wyoming, USA, and their diversity trajectory in a post-warming world
Tomiya, Susumu; Zack, Shawn; Spaulding, Michelle; Flynn, John J. (2020), Data from: Carnivorous mammals from the middle Eocene Washakie Formation, Wyoming, USA, and their diversity trajectory in a post-warming world, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2jm63xsm7
This dataset was compiled by the authors as described in the paper, and contains the following:
Supplemental Data 1 (SupData1_Rscripts_v2020_07_04 for Dryad.rtf). R scripts for: (1) Bayesian hierarchical multispecies occupancy-detection modeling; (2) model selection using reversible-jump Markov chain Monte Carlo method; and (3) analysis of vertebrate co-detection patterns.
Supplemental Data 2 (SupData2_character_matrix_and_trees.nex). NEXUS file containing morphological character matrix for cladistic analysis of early Carnivoraformes, most parsimonious trees obtained, and strict consensus tree.
Supplemental Data 3 (SupData3_vertebrate_occurrences_selectedlocs_v2019_11_10_forshare.csv). List of cataloged specimens of vertebrate fossils from the Washakie Formation, Wyoming, U.S.A., housed at the Field Museum of Natural History (FMNH; Chicago, U.S.A.) and included in analysis of vertebrate co-detection patterns.
Supplemental Data 4 (SupData4_localities_v2019_11_08.csv). List of FMNH localities and their attributes analyzed by occupancy-detection modeling.
Supplemental Data 5 (SupData5_carnivore_detections_by_locs_v2019_11_10.csv). Matrix of carnivore detections across FMNH localities analyzed by occupancy-detection modeling.
National Science Foundation, Award: DEB-1011474
National Science Foundation, Award: DEB-1655795
National Science Foundation, Award: DBI-1203530
American Museum of Natural History, Award: Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Grant
American Museum of Natural History, Award: Division of Paleontology Frick Fund
University of Washington Burke Museum, Award: Vertebrate Paleontology Collections Study Grant