Data from: Projecting consequences of global warming for the functional diversity of fleshy-fruited plants and frugivorous birds along a tropical elevational gradient

Nowak L, Kissling WD, Bender IMA, Dehling DM, Töpfer T, Böhning-Gaese K, Schleuning M

Date Published: June 5, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c0n737b

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Title A1_Elevation_plants
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Description Current minimum and maximum elevation and elevational range extents of 392 fleshy-fruited plant species from the Manu National Park in south-east Peru (Brako & Zarucchi, 1993; Tropicos, 2017). Further given are the source and source details of the elevational information as well as projected species-specific mean vertical distances. Species-specific mean vertical distances were projected according to five general circulation models (CCSM4, HadGEM2-ES, MIROC 5, MRI-CGCM and NorESM), representative concentration pathway 8.5 and the year 2080.
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Title A2_Elevation_birds
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Description Current minimum and maximum elevation and elevational range extents of 217 frugivorous bird species from the Manu National Park in south-east Peru (Dehling et al., 2013; Merkord, 2010; Walker et al., 2006). Further given are projected species-specific mean vertical distances. Species-specific mean vertical distances were projected according to five general circulation models (CCSM4, HadGEM2-ES, MIROC 5, MRI-CGCM and NorESM), representative concentration pathway 8.5 and the year 2080.
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Title A3_Traits_plants
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Description Taxonomy and functional traits of 392 fleshy-fruited plant species from the Manu National Park in south-east Peru. Given are fruit length and width (mm), plant height (m) and crop mass (g). Fruit traits have been measured on fresh fruit samples. Number of fruits per plant (used to determine the crop mass) and plant height have been estimated in the field. Given are species mean trait values, except for 23 species for which no species-level data was available and genus mean trait values are given (see column "Genus mean").
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Title A4_Traits_birds
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Description Taxonomy and functional traits of 217 frugivorous birds from the Manu National Park in south-east peru. Given are bill length and width (mm), wing pointedness, i.e. Kipp’s index and body mass (g). Morphological traits have been measured on museum specimen following Eck et al.(2011). Traits have been measured only for adult and, if possible, for a minimum of two female and two male specimens. Body mass was taken from Dunning et al. (2007). Given are species mean values of the measured traits.
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Title A5_FD_plants
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Description Current and projected functional richness and species richness of fleshy-fruited plant communities along an elevational gradient in the Manu National Park in south-east Peru. Projections were done according to five general circulation models (CCSM4, HadGEM2-ES, MIROC 5, MRI-CGCM and NorESM), representative concentration pathway 8.5 and the year 2080. Furthermore, we applied three vertical dispersal scenarios (range contraction, range expansion and range shift). Given are absolute and standardised values (absolute value of a community/ absolute value of the full species pool). For details on the projections, please read the methods in the published article associated with this data set.
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Title A6_FD_birds
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Description Current and projected functional richness and species richness of frugivorous bird communities along an elevational gradient in the Manu National Park in south-east Peru. Projections were done according to five general circulation models (CCSM4, HadGEM2-ES, MIROC 5, MRI-CGCM and NorESM), representative concentration pathway 8.5 and the year 2080. Furthermore, we applied three vertical dispersal scenarios (range contraction, range expansion and range shift). Given are absolute and standardized values (absolute value of a community/ absolute value of the full species pool). For details on the projections, please read the methods in the published article associated with this data set.
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Title A7_FI_plants
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Description Current and projected future functional identity, i.e. mean fruit width, mean fruit length, mean plant height and mean crop mass of fleshy-fruited plant communities along an elevational gradient in the Manu National Park in south-east Peru. Mean values are computed based on z-transformed raw traits (i.e. traits have been standardized to a mean of zero and a standard deviation of one according to the entire species pool). Projections were done according to five general circulation models (CCSM4, HadGEM2-ES, MIROC 5, MRI-CGCM and NorESM), representative concentration pathway 8.5 and the year 2080. Furthermore, we applied three vertical dispersal scenarios (range contraction, range expansion and range shift). For details on the projections, please read the methods in the published article associated with this data set.
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Title A8_FI_birds
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Description Current and projected future functional identity, i.e. mean bill width, mean bill length, mean Kipp’s index and mean body mass of frugivorous bird communities along an elevational gradient in the Manu National Park in south-east Peru. Mean values are computed based on the z-transformed raw traits (i.e. traits have been standardized to a mean of zero and a standard deviation of one according to the entire species pool). Projections were done according to five general circulation models (CCSM4, HadGEM2-ES, MIROC 5, MRI-CGCM and NorESM), representative concentration pathway 8.5 and the year 2080. Furthermore, we applied three vertical dispersal scenarios (range contraction, range expansion and range shift). For details on the projections, please read the methods in the published article associated with this data set.
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Nowak L, Kissling WD, Bender IMA, Dehling DM, Töpfer T, Böhning‐Gaese K, Schleuning M (2019) Projecting consequences of global warming for the functional diversity of fleshy‐fruited plants and frugivorous birds along a tropical elevational gradient. Diversity and Distributions. https://doi.org/10.1111/ddi.12946

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Nowak L, Kissling WD, Bender IMA, Dehling DM, Töpfer T, Böhning-Gaese K, Schleuning M (2019) Data from: Projecting consequences of global warming for the functional diversity of fleshy-fruited plants and frugivorous birds along a tropical elevational gradient. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c0n737b
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