Data from: Human disturbance impacts on rainforest mammals are most notable in the canopy; especially for larger-bodied species

Whitworth A, Beirne C, Pillco Huarcaya R, Whittaker L, Serrano Rojas SJ, Tobler M, MacLeod R

Date Published: June 28, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.32464qs

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Title Arboreal occupancy dataframe (6 day interval)
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Description Site x Species matrix of arboreal camera trap records, where the numbers denote the number of "independent" captures obtained within a given six day window.
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Title Terrestrial occupancy dataframe (6 day interval)
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Description Site x Species matrix of terrestrial camera trap records, where the numbers denote the number of "independent" captures obtained within a given six day window
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Title Arboreal survey effort
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Description The number of six-day intervals acquired at each arboreal camera station.
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Title Terrestrial survey effort
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Description The number of six-day intervals acquired at each terrestrial camera station.
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Title Species Codes
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Description Species codes and metadata relating to the mammals included in the occupancy data frames.
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Title Camera Station Covariates
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Description The covariate data for each camera station. Where: STATION = station number; YEAR = survey year; SITE = study site; CAM.HEIGHT = height from the ground in m for arboreal cameras; CC = mean canopy cover (%); SHRUB = mean shrub density; CONN = estimated tree connectivity; TREE.DENSITY = surrounding tree density; CAN.HEIGHT = mean canopy height for the surrounding canopy layer; CAM.BEARING = camera bearing; ASL = meters above seas level; RIV.DIST = euclidean distance to the nearest navigable river; FOREST.LOSS = surrounding canopy loss; COMM.DIST = euclidean distance to the nearest community; UNIQUE = unique station identifier (arboreal strata); UNIQUE.TER = unique station identifier (terrestrial); SurveyName = survey code for occupancy analysis; FACTOR1 = first principal component of disturbance features; FACTOR2 = second principal component of disturbance features.
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Title Jags code
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Description The code for the Royle Nichols multi season occupancy model.
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Whitworth A, Beirne C, Pillco Huarcaya R, Whittaker L, Serrano Rojas SJ, Tobler M, MacLeod R (2019) Human disturbance impacts on rainforest mammals are most notable in the canopy; especially for larger-bodied species. Diversity and Distributions. https://doi.org/10.1111/ddi.12930

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Whitworth A, Beirne C, Pillco Huarcaya R, Whittaker L, Serrano Rojas SJ, Tobler M, MacLeod R (2019) Data from: Human disturbance impacts on rainforest mammals are most notable in the canopy; especially for larger-bodied species. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.32464qs
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