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Human recreational disturbance effects on chicks stress

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Collected date : 2017
Creators : Thibaut Powolny

Stress hormones, telomere lenght, and reproductive success for breeding bird in the Chaux forest.

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World influence of infectious diseases from Wikipedia network analysis

We consider the network of 5416537 articles of English Wikipedia of 2017. Using the recent reduced Google matrix (REGOMAX) method we construct the reduced network of 230 articles (nodes) of infectious diseases and 195 articles of world countries. This method generates the reduced directed network ...

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Cholera database of Democratic Republic of Congo

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Collected date : from 1 Jan 2000 ongoing

This database contains information on the weekly monitoring of cholera in the health zones of the DRC since 2000.

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Bromadiolone kinetics in common and montane water vole populations

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Disciplines : agronomy ecology toxicology
Collected date : from 17 Nov 2004 to 3 Mar 2005
Labels : ZAAJ

Field measurements describing the kinetics of bromadiolone in two vole populations (Microtus arvalis and Arviola scherman) after a field control of water voles, Arvicola scherman. Those data have been obtained during Mickael Sage's doctorate.

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Diet of the Barn Owl and variations of small mammal population relative densities

Dietary response of the Barn Owl was monitored in three church towers situated at 2.5, 2 and 1.5 km, 2 and 1.5 km to the small mammal sampling area. Small mammals were monitored in habitats type generally foraged by the Barn Owl (grassland, hedges)

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Red kite monitoring

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Collected date : from 5 Jun 2012 ongoing

Dataset of red kite monitoring in France including nest localisation, biometry, brood size and range, diet, pollutant concentrations in blood (metals, organochlorines, PAHs, rodenticides), blood chemistry, stable isotopes (C,N,S), telomere length

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