Elevated CO2 affects anxiety but not a range of other behaviours in juvenile yellowtail kingfish

This data set contains data collected by Megan J. Welch, Shannon J. McMahon, Tristan McArley, Bridie J.M. Allan, Sue-Ann Watson, Darren M. Parsons, Stephen M.J. Pether, Stephen Pope, Simon Nicol, Neville Smith, Neill Herbert & Philip L. Munday in 2017 investigating the effects of eleavted CO2 and temperature on the behavioural responses of a large pelagic fish (Yellowtail Kingfish).

 

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    Data record related to this publication Elevated CO2 affects anxiety but not a range of other behaviours in juvenile yellowtail kingfish
    Data Publication title Elevated CO2 affects anxiety but not a range of other behaviours in juvenile yellowtail kingfish
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    This data set contains data collected by Megan J. Welch, Shannon J. McMahon, Tristan McArley, Bridie J.M. Allan, Sue-Ann Watson, Darren M. Parsons, Stephen M.J. Pether, Stephen Pope, Simon Nicol, Neville Smith, Neill Herbert & Philip L. Munday in 2017 investigating the effects of eleavted CO2 and temperature on the behavioural responses of a large pelagic fish (Yellowtail Kingfish).

     

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      This data set contains behavioural (anxiety, activity, lateralization and visual acuity) data from an experiment which investigated  the effects of eleavted CO2 and temperature on the behavioural responses of a large pelagic fish (Yellowtail Kingfish).

      The experiment was performed at the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) Northland Marine Research Centre. Data collection took place between January-February 2017.

      The full methodology is available in the publication.

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      This dataset is available as three spreadsheets saved in comma-separated values (.csv) format.

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  • Keywords
    • anxiety
    • behavioural lateralization
    • temperature
    • vision
    • ocean acidification
    • climate change
    • ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies
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    • FT130100505 - Australian Research Council
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    Tropical Ecosystems, Conservation and Climate Change
    FoR Codes (*)
    • 069902 - Global Change Biology
    SEO Codes
    • 960399 - Climate and Climate Change not elsewhere classified
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  • Locations
    • National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research Ltd, Auckland, New Zealand
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      Name Jarrold, Michael D., Welch, Megan J., McMahon, Shannon J., McArley, Tristan, Allan, Bridie J. M., Watson, Sue-Ann, Parsons, Darren M., Pether, Stephen M. J., Pope, Stephen, Nicol, Simon, Smith, Neville, Herbert, Neill, and Munday, Philip L. (2020) Elevated CO2 affects anxiety but not a range of other behaviours in juvenile yellowtail kingfish. Marine Environmental Research, 157: 104863.
    • URL https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marenvres.2019.104863
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    Citation Jarrold, Michael; Munday, Philip (2019): Elevated CO2 affects anxiety but not a range of other behaviours in juvenile yellowtail kingfish. James Cook University. https://doi.org/10.25903/5df17da5f534f