Dataset

Data from: When Siberia came to the Netherlands: The response of continental black-tailed godwits to a rare spring weather event

Senner, N. (Creator), Verhoeven, M. (Creator), Abad-Gómez, J. M. (Creator), Sanchez Gutierrez, J. (Creator), Hooijmeijer, J. (Creator), Kentie, R. (Creator), Masero, J. A. (Creator), Tibbitts, T. L. (Creator), Piersma, T. (Creator), University of Groningen, 2-May-2015

Dataset

  • Nathan Senner (Creator)
  • Mo Verhoeven (Creator)
  • José M Abad-Gómez (Creator)
  • Jorge Sanchez Gutierrez (Creator)
  • Jos Hooijmeijer (Creator)
  • Rosemarie Kentie (Creator)
  • Jose A. Masero (Creator)
  • T. Lee Tibbitts (Creator)
  • Theunis Piersma (Creator)

Description

To improve our understanding of the mechanisms by which short-term events can incur long-term consequences, we documented the behavioural responses and fitness consequences for a long-distance migratory bird, the continental black-tailed godwit Limosa limosa limosa, resulting from a spring snowstorm and three-week period of record low temperatures.
Date made available2-May-2015
PublisherUniversity of Groningen
Access to the dataset Open
Contact researchdata@rug.nl
Related Publications
  1. When Siberia came to the Netherlands: The response of continental black-tailed godwits to a rare spring weather event

    Senner, N. R., Verhoeven, M. A., Abad-Gómez, J. M., Gutiérrez, J. S., Hooijmeijer, J. C. E. W., Kentie, R., Masero, J. A., Tibbitts, T. L. & Piersma, T., Sep-2015, In : Journal of Animal Ecology. 84, 5, p. 1164-1176 13 p.

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