Zip file contains five files: ‘locations_data.csv’; ‘kud2009.
Rdata’; ‘kud2010.Rdata’; ‘kud2011.Rdata’; ‘kud2012.Rdata’; ‘kud2013.Rdata’. ‘locations_data.csv’ contains the mean overwintering estimated locations (lat, long) of 22 blackbirds derived from Geolocators during the years 2009–2014 and plotted in Figure 2 panel a (red symbols). Estimated locations were calculated using the ‘geolight’ function from the Geolight R package. Files: ‘kud2009.Rdata’; ‘kud2010.Rdata’; ‘kud2011.Rdata’; ‘kud2012.Rdata’; ‘kud2013.Rdata’: 25% kernel utilization distribution representing the error of each estimated overwintering locations for the different years in R data format and plotted in Figure 2 panel a (red circles).
Models examining effects of various covariates (Season, migratory strategy, sex, age) on survival (Φ) and detection probabilities (P) of a partially migratory population of European blackbirds between 2009 and 2016.
All models were compared to the base model using Akaike’s Information Criterion (AICc), Delta AICc, and changes in model deviance (Dev).
Zip file containing the necessary files to run the a session of the E-surge software (estimation of multi-events survival models).
More information on E-surge see Gimenez et al., 2014. Download for free here: https://www.cefe.cnrs.fr/fr/ressources/films/34-french/recherche/bc/bbp/264-logiciels File called "seasonalfms.mod", contains the actual session to be opened in E-surge. This session contains all the models fitted (Table 1). File called "GEPAT-blackbirds.pat", contains the GEPAT file. Input file for E-surge necessary to estimate the transition matrix between presence absences events. File called "matrix.fm-s.males.females.non.winter.winter2.txt" contains the raw presence absence data in E-surge format used to fit the multi-events survival models.