datasetposted on 24.11.2019, 12:32 by Christopher Field, Katharine Ruskin, Bri Benvenuti, Alyssa Borowske, Jonathan Cohen, Laura Garey, Thomas Hodgman, Rebecca Kern, Erin King, Alison Kocek, Adrienne Kovach, Kathleen O'Brien, Brian Olsen, Nancy Pau, Samuel Roberts, Emma Shelly, W. Shriver, Jennifer Walsh, Chris Elphick
"Mark_recapture_matrix.csv": A file containing capture records for each individual (by row) for each year of the study (1 is captured in a given year; 0 is not captured). Covariates used in the analysis of annual survival are also provided: Species ID (1 for Ammodramus caudacutus, 0 for Ammodramus nelsoni, NA for unknown species identity), Sex (1 is male), First capture (the date of first capture; 1 is 2010, 2 is 2011, etc.), Site (1-21), and Plot size (standardized by subtracting the mean and dividing by two standard deviations).
dc.coverage.spatialMaine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey
dwc.ScientificNameAmmodramus caudacutus, Ammodramus nelsoni
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Field CR, Ruskin KJ, Benvenuti B, Borowske AC, Cohen JB, Garey L, Hodgman TP, Kern RA, King E, Kocek AR, Kovach AI, O'Brien KM, Olsen BJ, Pau N, Roberts SG, Shelly E, Shriver WG, Walsh J, Elphick CS (2017) Quantifying the importance of geographic replication and representativeness when estimating demographic rates, using a coastal species as a case study. Ecography 41(6): 971-981.