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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/167441
Dataset. 2018

NON-FORAGING TOOL USE IN EUROPEAN HONEY BUZZARDS: AN EXPERIMENTAL TEST

  • Camacho, Carlos
  • Potti, Jaime
Between 30 June and 10 July 2013 we conducted a field experiment in central Spain to investigate the suitability of different plant species to attract ants as a tool used by European Honey buzzards (Pernis apivorus) in anting behaviour, under the assumption that buzzards would prefer easy-to-collect twigs from plants that effectively attract ants to perform anting behaviour. First, we estimated the strength needed to break 30 fresh twigs from the species that the buzzard used most frequently (maple tree), as well as from other abundant plants in the community, including rock rose, hawthorn, and Pyrenean oak. Second, we conducted a selection experiment at 23 random points to compare the effectiveness of ant attraction by these four species, measured as the total number of ants attracted, Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/167464
Dataset. 2018

BRIDGING THE MICRO AND MACROEVOLUTIONARY LEVELS IN PHYLOGENOMICS: HYB-SEQ SOLVES RELATIONSHIPS FROM POPULATIONS TO SPECIES AND ABOVE

  • Villaverde, Tamara
  • Pokorny, Lisa
  • Olsson, Sanna
  • Rincón-Barrado, Mario
  • Johnsson, Matthew G.
  • Gardne, rElliot M.
  • Wickett, Norman J.
  • Molero, Julià
  • Riina, Ricarda
  • Sanmartín, Isabel
Data associated: Three folders: Bait_sequences. Draft_assemblies. Full_length_targets.,  Reconstructing phylogenetic relationships at the micro- and macroevoutionary levels within the same tree is problematic because of the need to use different data types and analytical frameworks. We test the power of target enrichment to provide phylogenetic resolution based on DNA sequences from above-species to within-populations, using a large herbarium sampling and Euphorbia balsamifera (Euphorbiaceae) as a case-study.  Target enrichment with custom probes was combined with genome skimming (Hyb-Seq) to sequence 431 low-copy nuclear genes and partial plastome DNA. We used supermatrix, multispecies-coalescent approaches, and Bayesian dating to estimate phylogenetic relationships and divergence times.  Euphorbia balsamifera, with a disjunct Rand Flora-type distribution at opposite sides of Africa, comprises three well-supported subspecies: western Sahelian sepium is sister to eastern African-southern Arabian adenensis and Macaronesian-southwest Moroccan balsamifera. Lineage divergence times support Late Miocene to Pleistocene diversification and climate-driven vicariance to explain the Rand Flora pattern.  We show that probes designed using genomic resources from taxa not directly related to the focal group are effective in providing phylogenetic resolution at deep and shallow evolutionary levels. Low capture efficiency in herbarium samples increased the proportion of missing data but did not bias estimation of phylogenetic relationships or branch lengths, Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/167693
Dataset. 2018

COLORATION AND CAMOUFLAGE OF EGGS, NESTS AND NEST SURROUNDINGS OF THREE SPECIES OF GROUND-NESTING BIRDS

  • Gómez, Jesús
  • Ramo, Cristina
  • Troscianko, Jolyon, T.
  • Stevens, Martin
  • Castro, Macarena
  • Pérez-Hurtado, A.
  • Liñán-Cembrano, G.
  • Amat, Juan A.
Dataset of the characteristics of eggs, nests and nesting substrates of Kentish plover, pied avocet and little tern breeding in southern Spain, as described in Gómez et al. 2018., This dataset contains the information of the article entitled “Individual egg camouflage is influenced by microhabitat selection and use of nest materials in ground-nesting birds” in which we investigated (using avian visual modelling) whether there was an active selection of microhabitats and nest materials in three ground-nesting birds (pied avocet, Kentish plover and little tern) to camouflage their eggs., JG was supported by a FPU predoctoral fellowship (FPU-12/01616) from Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte, Spain. Our project was funded by grant CGL2011-24230 from Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, Spain, with EU-ERDF financial support. JT and MS were funded by a Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) grant BB/J018309/1 to MS., Peer reviewed

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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/171445
Dataset. 2018

MME-T-MEDNET: MASS MORTALITY EVENTS IN MEDITERRANEAN MARINE COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS [DATASET]

  • Garrabou, Joaquim
  • Bazairi, Hocein
  • Espinosa, Free
  • Ramdani, Mohamed
  • Grimes, Samir
  • Benabdi, Mouloud
  • Ben Souissi, Jamila
  • Soufi, Emna
  • Khamassi, Faten
  • Ghanem, Raouia
  • Ocaña, Óscar
  • Ramos-Esplá, Alfonso A.
  • Izquierdo, Andrés
  • Antón, Irene
  • Portillo, Esther
  • Barberá, Carmen
  • Marbà, Núria
  • Hendriks, Iris E.
  • Duarte, Carlos M.
  • Cebrian, Emma
  • Deudero Company, María de la Salud
  • Díaz, David
  • Vázquez-Luis, Maite
  • Álvarez, Elvira
  • Linares, Cristina
  • Hereu, Bernat
  • Kersting, D. K.
  • Bensoussan, Nathaniel
  • Gómez-Gras, D.
  • Azzurro, Ernesto
  • Ledoux, J. B.
  • Gori, Andrea
  • Viladrich, Nuria
  • Sartoretto, Stéphane
  • Pairaud, Ivane Lilian
  • Ruitton, Sandrine
  • Fraschetti, Simonetta
  • Rivetti, Irene
  • Cerrano, Carlo
  • Ponti, Massimo
  • Bavestrello, G.
  • Cattaneo-Vietti, R.
  • Bo, Marzia
  • Bertolino, Marco
  • Montefalcone, Monica
  • Kipson, Silvija
  • Bakran-Petricioli, Tatjana
  • Gerovasileiou, Vasilis
  • Sini, Maria
  • Tuney Kizilkaya, Inci
  • Zilizkaya, Zafer
  • Eda Topçu, N.
  • Rilov, Gil
The data compiled in the MME-T-MEDNet dataset was gathered from published scientific papers, grey literature and technical reports using different searching strategies in ISI Web of Knowledge and Google Scholar using different sets of keywords (including those used in Rivetti et al. 2014 and Marba et al. 2015) as well as through contacts with researchers across the Mediterranean. The dataset comprises mass mortality events impacts observed at discrete events generally related to warming episodes across the Mediterranean. The dataset provides information about the year, season, geographic coordinates, protection status of the geographic location, species phylum, species name, the degree of mortality impact, depth range of the mortality and reported biotic and abiotic mortality drivers of the event., The MME-T-MEDNet database is subject to a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike International licence 4.0., Contact person for enquiries: bio-admin@t-mednet.org, Annual update.., The Mass Mortality Events (MME-T-MEDNet) dataset compiles information reported on mass mortality events of species in the Mediterranean Sea affecting different organism dwelling in coastal ecosystems., We acknowledge the financial support by the Prince Albert II de Monaco Foundation (MIMOSA project nº 1983) and the project MPA-ADAPT funded by Interreg MED program (European Regional Development Fund), Sólo un dataset., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/167757
Dataset. 2018

DATASET OF GLASS AND MINERAL GEOCHEMICAL DATA OF HOLOCENE VOLCANIC ASHES OF NW ARGENTINA

  • Fernandez-Turiel, J. L.
  • Rejas, Marta
  • Pérez Torrado, Francisco José
  • Saavedra Alonso, Julio
  • Rodriguez-Gonzalez, Alejandro
Analytical results were determined by a CAMECA SX-50 and a JEOL JXA-8230 electron probe microanalysers (EPMA) at the EPMA Laboratory of the CCiT services of the University of Barcelona. The instruments were calibrated using primary natural and synthetic standards. The quality of mineral analyses was reviewed, verifying that the structural formula gave a correct stoichiometry, with specific measuring programs for feldspars, biotite, Fe–Ti oxides, pyroxene, and amphibole.Contact person: Fernandez-Turiel, J. L., jlfernandez@ictja.csic.es, Groundmass glass, phenocrysts, microphenocrysts, and microlites of glass shards (1011 analyses at single points), feldspars (568), biotites (183), Fe–Ti oxides (101), amphiboles (30), and pyroxenes (14) were analysed on polished thin sections of Holocene volcanic ashes, ignimbrites and lava domes of Southern Puna and neighbouring areas (NW Argentina) by electron probe microanalyser (EPMA). The quality of mineral analyses was reviewed, verifying that the structural formula gave a correct stoichiometry with specific measuring programs for feldspars, biotite, Fe–Ti oxides, pyroxene, and amphibole. Geothermobarometry was constrained using the chemistry of feldspars, Fe–Ti oxides, clinopyroxene, and amphibole. The studied volcanic materials are mainly associated with the 4.2 ka cal BP eruption of the Cerro Blanco Volcanic Complex., MINECO, CGL2011–23307, No

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/167764
Dataset. 2018

DATASET OF PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION DATA OF HOLOCENE VOLCANIC ASHES OF NW ARGENTINA

  • Fernandez-Turiel, J. L.
  • Rejas, Marta
  • Pérez Torrado, Francisco José
  • Saavedra Alonso, Julio
  • Rodriguez-Gonzalez, Alejandro
Grain size distributions were determined in volcanic ash samples using a Malvern Mastersizer 2000 particle analyser, equipped with a laser diffractometer (ultrasonic water disaggregation: Hydro MU system; absorption: 0.1; refractive index: 1.52; measurement time: 20 s; obscuration: 10–20%; and pump speed: 2500 rpm, 3 measures), following the recommended procedures of the International Volcanic Health Hazard Network (IVHHN, www.ivhhn.org). This technique measures particles of 0.1–1000 μm using the Mie Theory; due to this limitation, only distal ash samples with maximum grain sizes of < 1 mm for the complete deposit (not grain fractionated) were analysed. The particle-size abundance is reported as the volume percentage of equivalent spherical diameter. Contact person: Fernandez-Turiel, J. L., jlfernandez@ictja.csic.es, This dataset includes particle size distribution data of volcanic ashes of Southern Puna and neighbouring areas (NW Argentina). The content of particles of 0.1–1000 μm was determined by lasser diffraction. The studied volcanic materials are mainly associated with the 4.2 ka cal BP eruption of the Cerro Blanco Volcanic Complex. Some samples area related to the Cueros de Purulla volcano., MINECO, CGL2011–23307, No

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/168205
Dataset. 2018

SEDIMENT INORGANIC CARBON (PIC) DEPOSITS IN SEAGRASS MEADOWS AND ADJACENT SAND-PATCHES (V. 2)

  • Mazarrasa, Inés
  • Marbà, Núria
  • Lovelock, Catherine E.
  • Serrano, Oscar
  • Lavery, Paul S.
  • Fourqurean, James W.
  • Kennedy, Hilary
  • Mateo, Miguel Ángel
  • Krause-Jensen, Dorte
  • Steven, Andy D. L.
  • Duarte, Carlos M.
The database compiles published and unpublished data on carbonate (CaCO3) and/or particulate inorganic carbon (PIC) along with particulate organic carbon (POC) stocks if available, in sediments of seagrass meadows and adjacent un-vegetated patches. We considered the total pool of CaCO3 reported without distinguishing between the different biogenic carbonate mineral forms (calcite, Mg-calcite and aragonite). Fourqurean et al. (2012) provided data for 201 sites, and a literature search using both the Web of Knowledge (using the search terms “seagrass*” AND “inorganic carbon*” AND [“calcific* OR sediment* OR CaCO3 OR dissolut* OR diagenesis”]) and Google Scholar (using the search terms “seagrass carbonate”) yielded data for an additional 82 sites. The database was amended with unpublished values for 154 additional sites sampled by the authors. The database compiles data on sediment carbonate concentration for a total of 437 sites, of which 34 corresponded to sand patches adjacent to seagrass meadows. The final database comprises estimates for 403 seagrass vegetated sites, including 219 estimates for sediment surface samples (ca. 1-30 cm depth) and 184 estimates for sediment cores of variable length (149 cores < 100 cm-long, and 35 cores ≥ 100 cm-long). When only one of the variables, CaCO3 or PIC was reported, the other was estimated assuming that PIC is 12% of the total molar mass of the CaCO3. In most cases, particulate inorganic and organic carbon (PIC and POC) were reported as a percentage of dry weight (%DW), where PIC and POC, in mg cm-3, was calculated as the product of the fraction of sediment dry weight composed by PIC or POC and the dry bulk density (DBD) of a given sediment section (n = 340 sites). When DBD was not reported (n = 113 sites), we used the average DBD (1.03 g cm-3) reported by Fourqurean et al. (2012) for seagrass sediments in the calculations. Enquiries about the dabaset may be sent to Inés Mazarrasa., [Access and reuse conditions] This database and its components are subject to a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike International licence 4.0., [Reason for updating the database] This database is a corrected version of the database by Mazarrasa et al., (2015) (DIGITAL.CSIC, http://hdl.handle.net/10261/116550). In the previous version of the database, CaCO3 and PIC values for 3 sediment cores from Oyster Harbour, Western Australia (cores # 275-277) and from 13 cores from Greenland and Denmark (cores # 391-403) were wrong. In this new version of the database these errors have been corrected. In addition, we have added data of 35 sediment slices of the cores from Greenland (cores # 391-397) that were missing in the previous version of the database. These changes do not significantly affect the results presented in the paper published in Biogeoscience (Mazarrasa et al., 2015) that was produced using the previous version of the database., The database is a global compilation of published and unpublished data available on carbonate (CaCO3), particulate inorganic carbon (PIC) and particulate organic carbon (POC) stocks in sediments of seagrass meadows and adjacent un-vegetated sediments., No

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/168612
Dataset. 2018

LIFE CYCLE OF T. VERTICALIS; PHYSICO- CHEMICAL DATA

  • Céspedes, Vanessa
  • Coccia, Cristina
  • Carbonell, José Antonio
  • Sánchez, Marta I.
  • Green, Andy J.
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/168630
Dataset. 2018

MEDIUM AND LARGE FALCON SPECIES (FALCO SPP.) OF CAPTIVE ORIGIN DETECTED ON TENERIFE ISLAND

  • Rodríguez, Beneharo
  • Siverio, Felipe
  • Siveiro, Manuel
  • Rodríguez, Airam
Falcons were detected by admissions to La Tahonilla Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, Cabildo de Tenerife (1998-2017), lost falcons reports issued by falconers to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (2007-2017), and field observations by authors (1993-2017). Territory: yes = holding territory. Paired : Yes = Mated, No = Unmated, Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/169111
Dataset. 2018

PROVIDING LONGER POST-FLEDGING PERIODS INCREASES OFFSPRING SURVIVAL AT THE EXPENSE OF FUTURE FECUNDITY [DATASET]

  • López-Idiáquez, David
  • Vergara, Pablo
  • Fargallo, Juan A.
  • Martínez-Padilla, Jesús
[Access and reuse conditions] This database and its components are subject to a Creative Commons Attribution International licence 4.0., The cost of reproduction is a key concept in life-history trade-offs. However, our understanding of the reproductive costs is biased towards measures of reproductive effort obtained before offspring independence. During the post-fledging dependence period (PFDP) is well known that parents feed and protect their offspring. However, the effort devoted to this reproductive activity has never been considered under the scheme of the costs of reproduction, and the potential fitness benefits and costs, for offspring and parents respectively, of the duration of PFDP remain barely known. We estimated the duration of the PFDP during 5 years using wild common kestrels (Falco tinnunculus) and studied its association with survival probability and future parental reproductive performance. Our results show that longer PFDPs increased the survival probability of fledglings, probably due to the benefits obtained by parental care. Also, we found that providing longer PFDPs was associated with reduced clutch sizes but not number of fledglings the subsequent breeding season in males. We suggest that increased parental expenditure on offspring during the PFDP may represent a potential cost of reproduction in breeding males., The long-term monitoring associated to this study was funded by projects CGL2004- 04479/BOS, CGL2007-61395/BOS, CGL2010-15726/BOS and CGL2015-70639-P from the Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad, Peer reviewed

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