HubbardBrook {AHMbook}R Documentation

Warbler point count data from the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest

Description

Three replicated point counts of 10 min each, out to a maximum distance of 100 m, were conducted in each spring between 1999 and 2018 at a total of 373 locations in the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest in New Hampshire. This data set contains the data for the following 13 species:

Usage

data("HubbardBrook")

Format

HubbardBrook is a list with 4 elements:

counts

a sites x replicates x years x species array of counts, the number of unique individuals detected within 50m of the point count location.

sitecov

a data frame with rows for 373 sites and the following columns:

dates

a sites x replicates x years array of ordinal day of count (1 Jan = 1); NA entries occur when surveys were not carried out.

times

a sites x replicates x years array with the start time of the survey, hours after midnight.

Source

Rodenhouse N.L. & Sillett, T.S. (2019) Valleywide Bird Survey, Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, 1999-2016 (ongoing). Environmental Data Initiative. <https://doi.org/10.6073/pasta/faca2b2cf2db9d415c39b695cc7fc217>. Dataset accessed 2020-01-07.

References

Betts, M.G., Rodenhouse, N.L., Sillett, T.S., Doran, P.J. & Holmes, R.T. (2008). Dynamic occupancy models reveal within-breeding season movement up a habitat quality gradient by a migratory songbird. Ecography 31:592–600.

Goetz, S.J., Steinberg, D., Betts, M.G., Holmes, R.T., Doran, P.J., Dubayah, R., & Hofton, M. (2010). Lidar remote sensing variables predict breeding habitat of a Neotropical migrant bird. Ecology 91:1569–1576.

Van Tatenhove, A., Filiberti, E., Sillett, T.S., Rodenhouse, N.L. & Hallworth, M. T. (2019). Climate-related distribution shifts of migratory songbirds and sciurids in the White Mountain National Forest. Forests 10:84.

Kéry, M. & Royle, J.A. (2021) Applied Hierarchical Modeling in Ecology AHM2 - 8.2.

Examples

data(HubbardBrook)
str(HubbardBrook)

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