Dataset

Data from: Shifts in hatch dates do not provide pied flycatchers with a rapid ontogenetic route to adjust offspring time schedules to climate change

Ouwehand, J. (Creator), Burger, C. (Creator), Both, C. (Creator), University of Groningen, 21-Jul-2017

Dataset

  • BioConsult SH GmbH & Co KG

Description

The data package contains three datasets:
- A descriptive dataset with field data used to study timing of arrival and laying of pied flycatchers, Ficedula hypoleuca, in relation to their date of hatching (at birth), as studied in a breeding population in Drenthe (The Netherlands).
This includes chicks born in 2007-2013 that did not perceive experimental delay treatments, and that arrived and/or laid their eggs at least once in 2010-2014.
- An experimental dataset with field data used to study timing of arrival and laying of pied flycatchers, Ficedula hypoleuca, in relation to their date of hatching (at birth), as studied in a breeding population in Drenthe (The Netherlands). This includes chicks born in 2009-2011 that were part of a delayed hatching experiment (i.e. a control or delay treatment), and that arrived and/or laid their eggs at least once in 2010-2014.
- A dataset with pied flycatcher chicks born in 2009-2011 within the delayed hatching experiment (as control or delay) in relation to their treatment, body weight and 'survival'.
Date made available21-Jul-2017
PublisherUniversity of Groningen
Temporal coverage2009 - 2014
Geographical coverageThe Netherlands, Drenthe
Access to the dataset Open
Contact researchdata@rug.nl

    Keywords on Datasets

  • breeding phenology, constraints, early-life environment, photo-acceleration, photoperiod, migration schedule, ontogenetic effect, heritability, Ficedula hypoleuca
Related Publications
  1. Shifts in hatch dates do not provide pied flycatchers with a rapid ontogenetic route to adjust offspring time schedules to climate change

    Ouwehand, J., Burger, C. & Both, C., Nov-2017, In : Functional Ecology. 31, 11, p. 2087-2097 11 p.

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