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SIDER: an R package for predicting trophic discrimination factors of consumers based on their ecology and phylogenetic relatedness

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SIDER: an R package for predicting trophic discrimination factors of consumers based on their ecology and phylogenetic relatedness

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SIDER: an R package for predicting trophic discrimination factors of consumers based on their ecology and phylogenetic relatedness

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SIDER: an R package for predicting trophic discrimination factors of consumers based on their ecology and phylogenetic relatedness

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Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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Ecography (Copenhagen), 2018, Vol.41 (8), p.1393-1400

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_2080141028

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English

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Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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Stable isotope mixing models (SIMMs) are an important tool used to study species' trophic ecology. These models are dependent on, and sensitive to, the choice of trophic discrimination factors (TDF) representing the offset in stable isotope delta values between a consumer and their food source when they are at equilibrium. Ideally, controlled feedi...

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SIDER: an R package for predicting trophic discrimination factors of consumers based on their ecology and phylogenetic relatedness

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0906-7590

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1600-0587

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10.1111/ecog.03371

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