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Data from 'Global drivers of reef fish growth'

James Cook University
Morais Araujo, Renato
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This entry refers to Morais and Bellwood 'Global drivers of reef fish growth' in the journal Fish and Fisheries. It encompasses two datasets: 1) a compilation of Von Bertalanffy growth parameters, morphological and behavioural traits, and length-weight regression coefficients for reef fishes at a global scale; and 2) predictions of growth trajectories (as represented by a standardized growth coefficient) for combinations of morphological and behavioural traits, as well as varying temperature settings.

Notes

Datasets 1 and 2 (Supporting information - DS1 and DS2) are available in comma-separated values (.csv) format. Metadata (variable descriptions) for both datasetsare included in MS word (.docx) and Open Document (.odt) formats. A KML (Keyhole Markup Language) file can be opened in Google Earth or XML to view data point coordinates.

Created: 2018-05-02

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text: Precise data point coordinates are included in the attached KML file and can be opened with Google Earth or viewed with a text editor.

Identifiers
  • Local : a1f460789431ac7aa431212439a7ccb2
  • Local : https://research.jcu.edu.au/data/published/2fb8b6ea507e46b02b24ceaf15d42911
  • DOI : 10.4225/28/5ae8f3cc790f9