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1. Data from: Life table invasion models: spatial progression and species-specific partitioning

2019. Zhao, Zihua, Hui, Cang, Plant, Richard E., Su, Min, Carpenter, Tim, Papadopoulos, Nikos, Li, Zhihong, and Carey, James R. Biological invasions are increasingly being considered important spatial processes that drive global changes, threatening biodiversity, regional ec... Ecology.

2. Data from: 1970s and ‘Patient 0’ HIV-1 genomes illuminate early HIV/AIDS history in North America

2019. Worobey, Michael, Watts, Thomas D., McKay, Richard A., Suchard, Marc A., Granade, Timothy, Teuwen, Dirk E., Koblin, Beryl A., Heneine, Walid, Lemey, Philippe, and Jaffe, Harold W. The emergence of HIV-1 group M subtype B in North American men who have sex with men was a key turning point in the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Phylogenetic... Nature.

3. Data from: A 2.6‐g sound and movement tag for studying the acoustic scene and kinematics of echolocating bats

2019. Stidsholt, Laura, Johnson, Mark, Beedholm, Kristian, Jakobsen, Lasse, Kugler, Kathrin, Brinkløv, Signe, Salles, Angeles, Moss, Cynthia F., Madsen, Peter T., and Madsen, Peter Teglberg. 1. To study sensorimotor behaviour in wild animals, it is necessary to synchronously record the sensory inputs available to the animal, and its mov... Methods in Ecology and Evolution. Aarhus University, University of St Andrews, University of Southern Denmark, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, and Johns Hopkins University.

4. Data from: A biphasic locomotor response to acute unsignaled high temperature exposure in Drosophila.

2019. Ostrowski, Daniela, Salari, Autoosa, Zars, Melissa, and Zars, Troy. Unsignaled stress can have profound effects on animal behavior. While most investigation of stress-effects on behavior follows chronic exposures, l... PLOS ONE. University of Missouri.

5. Data from: A bird-like skull in a Triassic diapsid reptile increases heterogeneity of the morphological and phylogenetic radiation of Diapsida

2019. Pritchard, Adam C. and Nesbitt, Sterling J. The Triassic Period saw the first appearance of numerous amniote lineages (e.g. Lepidosauria, Archosauria, Mammalia) that defined Mesozoic ecosyste... Royal Society Open Science. Yale University and Virginia Tech.

6. Data from: A critical appraisal of clinical trials conducted and subsequent drug approvals in India and South Africa

2019. Limaye, Dnyanesh, Langer, Janka Marisa, Rühling, Tjorben, and Fortwengel, Gerhard. Objectives: To assess the relation between the number of clinical trials conducted and respective new drug approvals in India and South Africa. Des... BMJ Open.

7. Data from: A free-ranging, feral mare (Equus caballus) affords similar maternal care to her genetic and adopted offspring

2019. Nunez, Cassandra Maria Victoria, Adelman, James S., and Rubenstein, Daniel I. Adoption of non-genetic offspring occurs in a variety of species, but is rare in equids. We report a case of adoption by a free-ranging, feral mare... The American Naturalist.

8. Data from: A genomic assessment of population structure and gene flow in an aquatic salamander identifies the roles of spatial scale, barriers, and river architecture

2019. Murphy, Mason O., Jones, Kara S., Price, Steven J., and Weisrock, David W. Population structure and gene flow of species in lotic environments can be constrained by river network architecture, species life history and hete... Freshwater Biology. University of Kentucky.

9. Data from: A hidden Markov model to identify and adjust for selection bias: an example involving mixed migration strategies

2019. Fieberg, John R. and Conn, Paul B. An important assumption in observational studies is that sampled individuals are representative of some larger study population. Yet, this assumpti... Ecology and Evolution. University of Minnesota and Alaska Fisheries Science Center.

10. Data from: A multi-scale analysis of gene flow for the New England cottontail, an imperiled habitat specialist in a fragmented landscape

2019. Fenderson, Lindsey E., Kovach, Adrienne I., Litvaitis, John A., O'Brien, Kathleen M., Boland, Kelly M., and Jakubas, Walter J. Landscape features of anthropogenic or natural origin can influence organisms’ dispersal patterns and the connectivity of populations. Understandin... Ecology and Evolution. University of New Hampshire, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, and Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife.