Data with transect information, including response variables and predictors
datasetposted on 30.07.2019 by Francisco Amorim, Inês Jorge, Pedro Beja, Hugo Rebelo
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In this data file, you can find transect identifier (Transect), sampling year and season, as well as all the predictors and response variables. Predictors are scaled and weighted according to transect area. Predictors: alt_stdev (Altitude standard deviation); slp_range (slope range); s30 (Slopes stepper than 30º); nort.media (northness median); east.media (eastness median); NP_C (number of closed patches); ED_C (edge density closed patches); AREA_MN_C (mean area of closed patches); PR_C (closed patches richness); NP_O (number of open patches); ED_O (edge density open patches); AREA_MN_O (mean area of open patches); PR_O (open patches richness). Species: Bbar (Barbastella barbastellus), Eser.Eisa (Eptesicus serotinus, E. isabellinus); Eser.Eisa.Nlei (Eptesicus serotinus, E. isabellinus, Nyctalus leisleri); Mdau (Myotis daubentonii); Mesc (M. escalerai); Mmyo.Mbly (M. Myotis, M. blythii); Msmall (small Myotis group – M. daubentonii, M. escalerai, M. mystacinus, M. emarginatus, M. bechsteinii); Nlas.Nnoc (N. lasiopterus, N. noctula); Nlei (N. leisleri); Nlei.Nlas.Nnoc (N. leisleri, N. lasiopterus, N. noctula); Hsav (Hypsugo savii); Pkuh (Pipistrellus kuhlii); Ppip (P. pipistrellus); Paus.Paur (Plecotus austriacus, P. auritus); Reur.Rmeh.Rhip (Rhinolophus euryale, R. mehelyi, R. hipposideros); Rfer (R. ferrumequinum); Rhip (R. hipposideros); Tten (Tadarida teniotis); NI (Non identified calls). Response variables: Tact (Total activity); Sr (Species richness)