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GeoSymbio: Symbiodinium-host symbioses

NCEAS 12595: Edmunds: Tropical Coral Reefs Of The Future: Modeling Ecological Outcomes From The Analyses Of Current And Historical Trends, National Center For Ecological Analysis And Synthesis & Erik Franklin
A global Symbiodinium data set using genetic, taxonomic, collection event, and reference information of DNA sequences of the Internal Transcribed Spacer-2 (ITS2) region of the nuclear ribosomal array. This data corresponds to the supplemental information from Franklin EC, Stat M, Pochon X, Putnam H, Gates RD. 2011. GeoSymbio: a hybrid, cloud-based web application of global geospatial bioinformatics and ecoinformatics for Symbiodinium-host symbioses. Molecular Ecology Resources. DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-0998.2011.03081.x

Data NP-Naturally occurring mitochondrial DNA haplotypes exhibit metabolic differences

D�partement De Biologie Laboratoire De Biologie Int�grative & Nicolas Pichaud
Data generated to do statistical analysis for the manuscript entitled: Naturally occurring mitochondrial DNA haplotypes exhibit metabolic differences: insight into functional properties of mitochondria. Authors: Nicolas Pichaud, J. William O. Ballard, Robert M. Tanguay, and Pierre U. Blier.

Lower Cook Inlet Salmon Escapement Database, 1927–2018

Edward Otis & Joseph Loboy
This database contains salmon escapement data collected primarily by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Commercial Fisheries (ADF&G-CF), in the Lower Cook Inlet (LCI) management area in southcentral Alaska. To facilitate informed inseason management of commercial fisheries targeting Pacific salmon Oncorhynchus spp., ADF&G-CF uses a variety of methods to monitor escapement on select index streams in LCI (e.g., aerial/ground survey, weir, remote video). Aerial and ground surveyors make periodic counts of sockeye...

KBO 2005 Bird Point Count Survey Data

John Alexander
This dataset contains Klamath Bird Observatory's 2005 bird point count data. This database includes long-term monitoring data, as well as shorter term project specific surveys.

Improving Preseason Forecasts of Sockeye Salmon Runs through Salmon Smolt Monitoring in Kenai River, Alaska: 2005 - 2007

Mark Willette & Robert DeCino
This project estimated the age, size, and stable isotope composition of Kenai River sockeye salmon smolts and estimated their abundance using mark-recapture and acoustic methods in 2005-2007. Mark-recapture estimates of sockeye salmon smolt abundance were 31,297,118 (95% CI:23,528,024-39,066,212) in 2005, 9,279,385 (95% CI: 5,937,420-12,621,349) in 2006, and 9,767,167 (95% CI: 6,898,759-12,635,576) in 2007. Acoustic estimates (day and night) of sockeye salmon smolt abundance were 54,702,090 (95% CI: 53,554,507-55,849,673) in 2005, 15,088,517 (95% CI: 14,548.445-15,628,589) in...

Diadema predation and recruitment in Moorea French Polynesia

MCR LTER & Xueying Han
Part of a PhD dissertation--this is field data from Moorea, French Polynesia regarding the population dynamics of Diadema savignyi. Data were collected during the austral winters in 2009 and 2010.

Summary of influenza A subtypes in wild birds from GenBank and 50 studies

Wildlife Conservation Society & Sarah Olson
Wild aquatic birds are recognized as the natural reservoir of avian influenza A viruses (AIV), but across high and low pathogenic AIV strains, scientists have yet to rigorously identify most competent hosts for the various subtypes. We examined 11,870 GenBank records to provide a baseline inventory and insight into patterns of global AIV subtype diversity and richness. Further, we conducted an extensive literature review and communicated directly with scientists to accumulate data from 50 non-overlapping...

Interaction of soil fauna and plant litter composition on decomposition processes across the litter-soil interface

Yolima Carrillo & Becky Ball
Plant chemical composition and the soil community are known to influence litter and soil organic matter decomposition. Although these two factors are likely to interact, their mechanisms and outcomes of interaction are not well understood. Studies of their interactive effects are rare and usually focus on carbon dynamics of litter, while nutrient dynamics in the underlying soil have been ignored. Further, litter and soil are considered to constitute a decomposition continuum, but whether litter and...

Data from: Plant-O-Matic: A dynamic and mobile guide to all plants of the Americas

Gregory Goldsmith
Plant-O-Matic is a free iOS application serving as a mobile catalogue of all of the plants of the Americas developed using species distribution models estimated from field observations of plant occurrences. The underlying data comprise over 3.5 million standardized observations of over 88,000 plant species. This data is used for species distribution models and combined with the location services built into a mobile device to provide users with a list of all plant species expected...

Western scrub-jay water tube experiments, Los Angeles, CA USA 2014-2015

Corina Logan
Western scrub-jays are known for their highly discriminatory and flexible behaviors in a caching (food storing) context. However, it is unknown whether their cognitive abilities are restricted to a caching context. To explore this question, we tested scrub-jays in a non-caching context using the Aesop’s Fable paradigm, where a partially filled tube of water contains a floating food reward and objects must be inserted to displace the water and bring the food within reach. We...

Data from: Plant-O-Matic: A dynamic and mobile guide to all plants of the Americas

Gregory Goldsmith
Plant-O-Matic is a free iOS application serving as a mobile catalogue of all of the plants of the Americas developed using species distribution models estimated from field observations of plant occurrences. The underlying data comprise over 3.5 million standardized observations of over 88,000 plant species. This data is used for species distribution models and combined with the location services built into a mobile device to provide users with a list of all plant species expected...

Data from: Plant-O-Matic: A dynamic and mobile guide to all plants of the Americas

Gregory Goldsmith
Plant-O-Matic is a free iOS application serving as a mobile catalogue of all of the plants of the Americas developed using species distribution models estimated from field observations of plant occurrences. The underlying data comprise over 3.5 million standardized observations of over 88,000 plant species. This data is used for species distribution models and combined with the location services built into a mobile device to provide users with a list of all plant species expected...

Lidar and RDMs for 5 logging concessions in East Kalimantan, Indonesia

The Nature Conservancy & Peter Ellis
5,620 ha of medium-density discrete-return lidar data collected in 6 cutting blocks of 5 logging concessions in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Data was collected by Credent Teknologi (Jakarta Indonesia) in April 2013, within 26 months of closure of logging operations, at an average pulse density of 4.5 m-2, with 40% swath overlap, scanner angle <20 degrees, and standard flying height of 650 m above ground level. Data package includes LAS point-cloud files with ground points classified...

Data from: Plant-O-Matic: A dynamic and mobile guide to all plants of the Americas

Paul Scherrer Institute & Gregory Goldsmith
Plant-O-Matic is a free iOS application serving as a mobile catalogue of all of the plants of the Americas developed using species distribution models estimated from field observations of plant occurrences. The underlying data comprise over 3.5 million standardized observations of over 88,000 plant species. This data is used for species distribution models and combined with the location services built into a mobile device to provide users with a list of all plant species expected...

Data from: Plant-O-Matic: A dynamic and mobile guide to all plants of the Americas

Gregory Goldsmith
Plant-O-Matic is a free iOS application serving as a mobile catalogue of all of the plants of the Americas developed using species distribution models estimated from field observations of plant occurrences. The underlying data comprise over 3.5 million standardized observations of over 88,000 plant species. This data is used for species distribution models and combined with the location services built into a mobile device to provide users with a list of all plant species expected...

California Drought Assessment

Rocky Mountain Research Station & Sparkle Malone
Drought is a global issue that is exacerbated by climate change and increasing anthropogenic water demands. The recent occurrence of drought in California provides an important opportunity to examine drought response across ecosystem classes (forests, shrublands, grasslands, and wetlands), which is essential to understand how climate influences ecosystem structure and function. We quantified ecosystem resilience to drought by comparing changes in satellite derived estimates of water use efficiency (WUE = net primary productivity (NPP)/ evapotranspiration...

Soil Survey along the Dempster Highway, Yukon Territory, Canada, Version 1.0

J. Kimble
Soil survey information from plots along the Dempster Highway in Yukon Territory, Canada, includes soil consistency, soil texture, soil moisture, pedon information, flooding information (frequency and duration), erosion, runoff, soil temperature, precipitation, bedrock, major land resource areas, horizon data (thickness, soil pores, rock fragments, roots, soil surface feature, effervescence), mineralogy, and oxalate data elements collected in the field and the lab. An attached SAS program is included with each data file for importing data to...

ArcticRIMS: SSM/I Freeze Thaw 5-day Composites, Version 1.0

C. Vorosmarty, R. Lammers & T. Zhang
5-day composites of Special Sensor Microwave/Imager (SSM/I) Freeze Thaw data. The data is presented in 24 sub-datasets of different spatial and temporal aggregations.

Bowhead Whale Subsistence Sensitivity Mapping, Version 1.0

J. George
This data set contains bowhead whale subsistence data and mapping, gathered from 01 January 2003 through 31 December 2003. These data are part of the Barrow Area Spatial Data Infrastructure effort. The Bowhead Whale Subsistence Sensitivity mapping project includes GIS data on migration routes, seasonal ranges, hunting and search areas, and other areas highly sensitive to seasonal disturbance. The data and associated map are intended to be used as a guide in the planning and...

SHEBA Composite Data Observations, Version 1.0

O. Persson
This data set contains the hourly values of 31 parameters that are a combination of observations from the Atmospheric Surface Flux Group (ASFG) SHEBA site and from other SHEBA sites (Quebec 2, Pittsburgh, and Mainline). Data were collected from 9 October 1997 through 8 October 1998. Data are provided in both Matlab file and ASCII file format, with two data files for each file format. Please see the documentation for a list of parameters and...

Thickness, Salinity and Stable Isotope Composition of Sea Ice Samples from the Laptev Sea, 1999, Version 1.0

H. Eicken & A. Proshutinsky
This data set consists of sea ice measurements including thickness, salinity, and stable isotope composition from the Laptev Sea. The data were obtained during the Transdrift VI expedition to the Laptev Sea in April and May of 1999 as part of a project supported through the National Science Foundation (NSF) Arctic System Science (ARCSS) Program. Sea ice cores were obtained with a 10 cm diameter corer. Ice thickness was measured in centimeters at the site...

North American Tundra NEE modeled from MODIS data, Version 1.0

S. Goetz & M. Loranty
This data set provides growing season Net Ecosystem CO2 exchange (NEE) between tundra ecosystems and the atmosphere for North America. Data are produced over the growing season (Julian Day 177 - 241) for the years 2003 - 2005. The data are modeled following the approach of Loranty et al [2011], using Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) observation. These preliminary data have been validated for only one site at Daring Lake, Canada. Data for each year...

Barrow Area Remote Sensing - Tramlines, Version 1.0

C. Tweedie
This data set contains data from tramlines constructed at the Barrow Biocomplexity Experiment 2006. Data were derived using the Barrow Arctic Science Consortium Differential GPS System (BASC DGPS) and exported as GIS shape files. These shape files are contained in a single ZIP file.

Humans and Hydrology at High Latitudes: Community Information, Version 1.0

D. White & L. Alessa
This data set contains detailed community information for regions of Canada and Alaska. These data are utilized in the Arctic Rapid Integrated Monitoring System (ArcticRIMS) project to improve the development of the water stress model. This water stress model shows the effects of water resources, humans and climate change in the Arctic. Recent studies suggest that climate change will have a significant impact on Arctic hydrology. However, it is currently unknown which regions of the...

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