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Hudson River data: Kingston and cardinal survey stations

Dave Strayer, Nina F. Caraco, Jonathan Cole, Stuart E. G. Findlay, David Fischer, Stephen Hamilton, Heather Malcom, Michael L. Pace, Emma Rosi & Chris Solomon
These data are collected by the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies from the Hudson River. Many of these data have already been published. Some of the data posted here have not yet been published, and are considered preliminary and may be changed if errors are found. Should you choose to use data from this repository, we ask you to contact the Manager of Hudson River Studies (fischerd@caryinstitute.org).
Description of files:1. HRES sampling routines describes Hudson...

Data associated with: Aedes albopictus Body Size Differs Across Neighborhoods With Varying Infrastructural Abandonment

Grace Katz, Paul Leisnham & Shannon LaDeau
These are the data files associated with Katz, G., Leisnham, P. T., & LaDeau, S. L. (2019). Aedes albopictus body size differs across neighborhoods with varying infrastructural abandonment. Journal of Medical Entomology, tjz170.

AbstractMosquitoes pose an increasing risk in urban landscapes, where spatial heterogeneity in juvenile habitat can influence fine-scale differences in mosquito density and biting activity. We examine how differences in juvenile mosquito habitat along a spectrum of urban infrastructure abandonment can influence the...

Cary Environmental Monitoring Program 3-Minute Meteorological and Solar Radiation Data (2012-2022)

Vicky Kelly
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Environmental Monitoring Program is a long-term data collection program designed to understand how the environment changes over time. The program includes monitoring of climate including temperature and precipitation, as well as variables related to air pollution, such as acid deposition and ozone, and water pollution and other streamwater chemistry. Our solar radiation monitoring includes diffuse and global photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), diffuse and global shortwave radiation, net radiation and...

Cary Environmental Monitoring Program UVB Solar Radiation Data: 2000-2019

Vicky Kelly
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Environmental Monitoring Program is a long-term data collection program designed to understand how the environment changes over time. The program includes monitoring of climate including temperature and precipitation, as well as variables related to air pollution, such as acid deposition and ozone, and water pollution and other streamwater chemistry. Our solar radiation monitoring includes diffuse and global photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), diffuse and global shortwave radiation, net radiation and...

Cary Institute Environmental Monitoring Program Current Year Data 2020

Vicky Kelly
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Environmental Monitoring Program is a long-term data collection program designed to understand how the environment changes over time. The program includes monitoring of climate including temperature and precipitation, as well as variables related to air pollution, such as acid deposition and ozone, and water pollution and other streamwater chemistry. Our solar radiation monitoring includes diffuse and global photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), diffuse and global shortwave radiation, net radiation and...

Cary Institute Environmental Monitoring Program Current Year Data 2020

Vicky Kelly
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Environmental Monitoring Program is a long-term data collection program designed to understand how the environment changes over time. The program includes monitoring of climate including temperature and precipitation, as well as variables related to air pollution, such as acid deposition and ozone, and water pollution and other streamwater chemistry. Our solar radiation monitoring includes diffuse and global photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), diffuse and global shortwave radiation, net radiation and...

Table S2. Rodent traits, biogeography, and equilibrium prevalence values from a model of density dependent, directly transmitted diseases

Barbara Han
Table S2 from Integrating data mining and transmission theory in the ecology of infectious diseases, coauthored by Suzanne O'Regan, John Paul Schmidt, and John M. Drake.
This table describes traits and biogeography of extant rodent species (taxonomy according to Wilson and Reeder 2005), as well as the equilibrium prevalence values calculated for each species according to a model describing the transmission dynamics of a density dependent, directly transmitted pathogen (described in the manuscript).

Cary Institute Environmental Monitoring Program Current Year Data 2020

Vicky Kelly
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Environmental Monitoring Program is a long-term data collection program designed to understand how the environment changes over time. The program includes monitoring of climate including temperature and precipitation, as well as variables related to air pollution, such as acid deposition and ozone, and water pollution and other streamwater chemistry. Our solar radiation monitoring includes diffuse and global photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), diffuse and global shortwave radiation, net radiation and...

Alaskan deciduous forest stability

Winslow Hansen
Datasets, code, and metadata associated with,Hansen, W.D., Fitzsimmons, R., Olnes, J., Williams, A.P. (2020). An alternate vegetation type proves resilient and persists for decades following forest conversion in the North American boreal biome. Journal of Ecology.

1. Changing climate and natural disturbances are increasingly causing forests to transition to alternate vegetation types (e.g., new tree species assemblages, grasslands). Determining whether and how these new vegetation types will persist is essential for forecasting earth system function during...

Cary Institute Environmental Monitoring Program Current Year Data 2021

Vicky Kelly
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Environmental Monitoring Program is a long-term data collection program designed to understand how the environment changes over time. The program includes monitoring of climate including temperature and precipitation, as well as variables related to air pollution, such as acid deposition and ozone, and water pollution and other streamwater chemistry. Our solar radiation monitoring includes diffuse and global photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), diffuse and global shortwave radiation, net radiation and...

Table S3. Carnivore trait data for the boosted regression tree reanalysis

Barbara Han, Adrian Castellanos, JP Schmidt, Ilya Fischhoff & John M. Drake
A dataset containing traits collected for all currently described carnivore species. Each row is a species (309) and each column is a trait variable or label of interest (e.g., numbers of zoonoses, zoonotic host status, Web of Science hits). For a detailed description of the traits, how they are measured, and where they come from, see the Carnivore Trait Data Metadata document.

Table 1 Image Attribution

Barbara Han, Adrian Castellanos, JP Schmidt, Ilya Fischhoff & John M. Drake
Details the original sources and attribution for the images of representatives of each family used in Table 1 in the main text. For each family, we present the link to find the original image and the uploader and license of each image.

Artificial Streams: a practical guide for innovation and discovery in stream ecology

Heather Malcom, Emma Rosi, Joanna Blaszczak, Christopher L. Dutton, Timothy J. Hoellein, John J. Kelly, Sylvia S. Lee, Alexander J. Reisinger, , , Aaron Stoler, Amanda L. Subalusky, Jennifer L. Tank & Holly A. Wellard Kelly
Artificial Streams: a practical guide for innovation and discovery in stream ecology

Supplementary Tables and Figures

Ilya Fischhoff, Adrian Castellanos, Joao Rodrigues, Arvind Varsani & Barbara Han
Supplementary tables and figures for the manuscript. Supplementary tables 1 and 2 describe the trait variables used in our vertebrate and mammal datasets. In addition to variable names, we provide a description of the trait, units for each variable, the original source of the trait variable, percent coverage across the species in our dataset, and additional notes. Supplementary table 3 describes the results of our various models. For each model described in the main text...

Cary Environmental Monitoring Program Air Chemistry Data: 1988-2019

Vicky Kelly
he Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Environmental Monitoring Program is a long-term data collection program designed to understand how the environment changes over time. The program includes monitoring of climate including temperature and precipitation, as well as variables related to air pollution, such as acid deposition and ozone, water pollution and streamwater hydrology. The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Environmental Monitoring Program furnishes data under the following conditions: The data have received quality assurance scrutiny...

Downscaled Alaskan Climate Data (MRI)

Winslow Hansen
The dataset in this record is the output of MRI (Meteorological Research Institute CGCM version 3). Please see the collection reference below for outputs from the other models described here.
These data are the outputs of three general circulation climate models (GCMs), CCSM4, MRI-CGCM3, and IPSL-CM5A-LR for the period 1950-2100. Runs of each GCM were carried out as part of the fifth phase of the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project. Future runs were forced with the RCP...

Cary Institute Environmental Monitoring Program Current Year Data 2021

Vicky Kelly
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Environmental Monitoring Program is a long-term data collection program designed to understand how the environment changes over time. The program includes monitoring of climate including temperature and precipitation, as well as variables related to air pollution, such as acid deposition and ozone, and water pollution and other streamwater chemistry. Our solar radiation monitoring includes diffuse and global photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), diffuse and global shortwave radiation, net radiation and...

Cary Environmental Monitoring Program Daily Meteorological and Solar Radiation Data: 1988-2017

Vicky Kelly
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Environmental Monitoring Program is a long-term data collection program designed to understand how the environment changes over time. The program includes monitoring of climate including temperature and precipitation, as well as variables related to air pollution, such as acid deposition and ozone, and water pollution and other streamwater chemistry. Our solar radiation monitoring includes diffuse and global photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), diffuse and global shortwave radiation, net radiation and...

Long-term increases in shell thickness in Elliptio complanata (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in the freshwater tidal Hudson River

Dave Strayer, Stephen Hamilton & Heather Malcom
Dataset containing shell dimensions and shell mass of the freshwater mussel Elliptio complanata over the course of a long-term study (1991-2017) in the freshwater tidal Hudson River, New York.

Cary Institute Environmental Monitoring Program Current Year Data 2021

Vicky Kelly
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Environmental Monitoring Program is a long-term data collection program designed to understand how the environment changes over time. The program includes monitoring of climate including temperature and precipitation, as well as variables related to air pollution, such as acid deposition and ozone, and water pollution and other streamwater chemistry. Our solar radiation monitoring includes diffuse and global photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), diffuse and global shortwave radiation, net radiation and...

Cary Institute Environmental Monitoring Program Current Year Data 2021

Vicky Kelly
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Environmental Monitoring Program is a long-term data collection program designed to understand how the environment changes over time. The program includes monitoring of climate including temperature and precipitation, as well as variables related to air pollution, such as acid deposition and ozone, and water pollution and other streamwater chemistry. Our solar radiation monitoring includes diffuse and global photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), diffuse and global shortwave radiation, net radiation and...

MFE database: Data from ecosystem ecology research by Jones, Solomon, and collaborators on the ecology and biogeochemistry of lakes and lake organisms in the Upper Midwest, USA

Chris Solomon, Stuart Jones, Brian C. Weidel, Brittni Bertolet, Chelsea Bishop, Jim Coloso, Nicola Craig, Colin Dassow, Shuntaro Koizumi, Carly Olson, Alex Ross, Christopher Beltz, Katharine Saunders, Will West, Jacob Ziegler, Jacob Zwart, Patrick Kelly & Ashley Trudeau
This database includes a wide variety of data from research by Stuart Jones, Chris Solomon, and colleagues on the MFE project beginning around 2010. The research focuses on lake ecosystems in the north-central United States, particularly at and near the UNDERC field station in northern Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan but also in Indiana and some other locations. Data are available from observational studies, lab experiments, and whole-lake experiments on hydrology; physical and...

Cary Environmental Monitoring Program Daily Meteorological and Solar Radiation Data: 1988-2018

Vicky Kelly
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Environmental Monitoring Program is a long-term data collection program designed to understand how the environment changes over time. The program includes monitoring of climate including temperature and precipitation, as well as variables related to air pollution, such as acid deposition and ozone, and water pollution and other streamwater chemistry. Our solar radiation monitoring includes diffuse and global photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), diffuse and global shortwave radiation, net radiation and...

Cary Environmental Monitoring Program 3-Minute Meteorological and Solar Radiation Data (2011-2017)

Vicky Kelly
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Environmental Monitoring Program is a long-term data collection program designed to understand how the environment changes over time. The program includes monitoring of climate including temperature and precipitation, as well as variables related to air pollution, such as acid deposition and ozone, and water pollution and other streamwater chemistry. Our solar radiation monitoring includes diffuse and global photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), diffuse and global shortwave radiation, net radiation and...

MFE Sensor Database: Data from ecosystem ecology research by Jones, Solomon, and collaborators on the ecology and biogeochemistry of lakes and lake organisms in the Upper Midwest, USA

Chris Solomon, Stuart Jones, Brian C. Weidel, Brittni Bertolet, Chelsea Bishop, Jim Coloso, Nicola Craig, Colin Dassow, , Carly Olson, Alex Ross, Kaija Gahm, Katharine Saunders, Will West, Jacob Ziegler, Jacob Zwart, Patrick Kelly & Ashley Trudeau
This database includes high-frequency sensor data from research by Stuart Jones, Chris Solomon, and colleagues on the MFE project beginning around 2010. The research focuses on lake ecosystems in the north-central United States, particularly at and near the UNDERC field station in northern Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan but also in Indiana and some other locations.
This dataset includes high-frequency sensor measurements of lake temperature profiles, dissolved oxygen concentrations, nearby meteorological conditions, and...

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