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Title: Woodland creation and Ecological Networks (WrEN) project bats dataset
Other Titles: WrEN bats dataset for Ecological Applications article (Fuentes-Montemayor et al.)
Creator(s): Fuentes-Montemayor, Elisa
Watts, Kevin
Macgregor, Nicholas A
Lopez-Gallego, Zeltia
Park, Kirsty
Contact Email: elisa.fuentes-montemayor@stir.ac.uk
Date Available: 15-Mar-2017
Citation: Fuentes-Montemayor, E; Watts, K; Macgregor, NA; Lopez-Gallego, Z; Park, KJ (2017): Woodland creation and Ecological Networks (WrEN) project bats dataset. University of Stirling. Faculty of Natural Sciences. Dataset. http://hdl.handle.net/11667/87
Publisher: University of Stirling. Faculty of Natural Sciences.
Dataset Description (Abstract): Dataset associated with paper Fuentes-Montemayor E., Watts K., Macgregor N.A., Lopez-Gallego Z. & Park K. (In press) "Species mobility and landscape context determine the importance of local and landscape-level attributes" Ecological Applications. Dataset contains information on local and landscape-level characteristics (reduced into Principal Components obtained from Principal Components Analyses) of 102 woodland patches which form part of the Woodland creation and Ecological Networks project (WrEN; http://wren-project.com/). Bat activity levels (i.e. number of bat passes) recorded at each site are also presented for individual species (P. pygmaeus, P.pipistrellus, P. auritus) or species groups (Myotis sp., Nyctalus sp.).
Dataset Description (TOC): Dataset contains information on local and landscape-level characteristics (reduced into Principal Components obtained from Principal Components Analyses) of 102 woodland patches which form part of the Woodland creation and Ecological Networks project (WrEN; http://wren-project.com/). Bat activity levels (i.e. number of bat passes) recorded at each site are also presented for individual species (P. pygmaeus, P.pipistrellus, P. auritus) or species groups (Myotis sp., Nyctalus sp.).
Type: dataset
Contract/Grant Title: Woodland creation and Ecological Networks (WrEN)
Funder(s): University of Stirling
Forest Research
Natural England
Scottish Natural Heritage
National Forest
Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA)
Geographic Location(s): Scotland
England
Time Period: 2013-2014
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11667/87
Rights: Rights covered by the standard CC-BY 4.0 licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Affiliation(s) of Dataset Creator(s): University of Stirling
Forest Research
Natural England

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Fuentes-Montemayor-et-al-2017-EcologicalApplications(WrEN-bats-dataset).xlsxDataset associated with paper Fuentes-Montemayor E., Watts K., Macgregor N.A., Lopez-Gallego Z. & Park K. (In press) "Species mobility and landscape context determine the importance of local and landscape-level attributes" Ecological Applications. Dataset contains information on local and landscape-level characteristics (reduced into Principal Components obtained from Principal Components Analyses) of 102 woodland patches which form part of the Woodland creation and Ecological Networks project (WrEN; http://wren-project.com/). Bat activity levels (i.e. number of bat passes) recorded at each site are also presented for individual species (P. pygmaeus, P.pipistrellus, P. auritus) or species groups (Myotis sp., Nyctalus sp.).135.67 kBMicrosoft Excel XMLView/Open


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