dietary and microhabitat data, used and available
datasetposted on 30.03.2019 by Jeanine Refsnider, Sarah Carter, Gunnar Kramer, Adam Siefker, Henry Streby
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
Diet data, 1: stable isotope analysis of lizard fecal samples and primary producers at high and low elevation sites. Diet data, 2: used prey items (from stomach samples) and available prey items (from pitfall traps) at high and low elevation sites. Microhabitat data: ground cover types and shade cover amounts at sites used by lizards, and paired unused but available sites (random sites), at high and low elevation.