Data from: ‘Same procedure as last year?' Repeatedly tracked swifts show individual consistency in migration pattern in successive years
Wellbrock, A. H. J. (Creator), Bauch, C. (Creator), Rozman, J. (Creator), Witte, K. (Creator), University of Groningen, 3-Feb-2017
- Arndt H. J. Wellbrock (Creator)
- Christina Bauch (Creator)
- Jan Rozman (Creator)
- Klaudia Witte (Creator)
The data package contains two datasets:
This file includes geolocation data of repeatedly tracked individuals for permutational multivariate analysis of variance.
This file includes geolocation data of singly tracked individuals for permutational multivariate analysis of variance.
Two data sets were examined: 1) one data set for the analysis of within-individual variation and 2) another data set for the analysis of between-indi-vidual variation. The ‘within’-data set consisted of the six tracks of the three repeatedly tracked individuals. Each first track of the two males ‘5907’ and ‘6000’ was shortened to the length of the second ending at the same Julian date because the second track of these males was not repeated completely. The ‘between’-data set included the tracks of the seven singly tracked individuals plus the first entire track of the three repeatedly tracked individuals (n 10). For the ‘within’-analysis, we used ‘track’ (coded as first or second) as explanatory variable in the test and ‘individual’ as cofactor. In the ‘between’-analysis, we applied ‘individ-ual’ as explanatory variable.
|Date made available||3-Feb-2017|
|Publisher||University of Groningen|
|Access to the dataset||Open|
- repeated tracking, migratory birds, geolocator, Common Swift, Apus apus
Keywords on Datasets
'Same procedure as last year?': Repeatedly tracked swifts show individual consistency in migration pattern in successive yearsWellbrock, A. H. J., Bauch, C., Rozman, J. & Witte, K., Jun-2017, In : Journal of Avian Biology. 48, 6, p. 897-903 7 p.
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