bats: Temperature Data of Hibernating Bats and Climate at Site

Description Usage Format Source Examples

Description

Body surface temperature of multiple species of hibernating bats and mean annual surface temperature at the hibernation site.

Usage

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Format

A data frame with 528 rows and two variables:

MAST

numeric Mean annual surface temperature at the site in degrees Celsius

temperature

numeric Body surface temperature of hibernating bats in degrees Celsius

Source

Martinkova, N., Pikula, J., Zukal, J., Kovacova, V., Bandouchova, H., Bartonicka, T., Botvinkin, A.D., Brichta, J., Dundarova, H., Kokurewicz, T., Irwin, N.R., Linhart, P., Orlov, O.L., Piacek, V., Skrabanek, P., Tiunov, M.P. and Zahradnikova, A., Jr. (2018) Hibernation temperature-dependent Pseudogymnoascus destructans infection intensity in Palearctic bats. Virulence 9: 1734-1750.

Hijmans, R.J., Cameron, S.E., Parra, J.L., Jones, P.G. and Jarvis, A. (2005) Very high resolution interpolated climate surfaces for global land areas. International Journal of Climatology 25: 1965-1978.

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data(bats)
# remove outlier
dat <- bats[!(bats$MAST < 0 & bats$temperature > 7), ]
# fuzzy linear regression model as published
fit <- fuzzylm(temperature ~ MAST, data = dat, method = "plrls", h = 0.01, k1 = 5)
plot(fit, res = 30, col = "orange")

Example output



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