Thermal tolerance data
2016-10-14T18:37:46Z (GMT) by
Thermal tolerance data from the heat bar experiment. Each row is an individual animal and each column describes the conditions and response for that animal. "tube" refers to the tube number for the heat bar. "row" refers to the row within the heat bar. "Species" refers to Oyster (Ostrea lurida), Atlantic drill (Urosalpinx cinerea), and Japanese drill (Ocenebra inornata). "temp" refers to the temperature during the last hour of exposure in degrees Celsius. "alive" refers to whether or not the animal was alive the following day after heat exposure (Y = yes, N = no). "survival" is a binary coding for the alive response (1 = yes, 0 = no). "size" is the shell height of the animal in millimeters."time" refers to the temporal block during which the experiment was conducted (1,2, or 3).