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MBRNF Vegetation Data

Brent Ewers & Mario Bretfeld
Dataset size: 131.2 KBReadMe available in dataset download and in References below.
Full vegetation data used in Bretfeld et al. 2021 (Front. For. Glob. Change; DOI: 10.3389/ffgc.2021.679104)

Sequence data describing microbiomes in mountain lake water and water lilies

Ella DeWolf
Dataset size: 4.6GBReadMe available in References below
16S sequencing data for a study of water lily microbiomes from mountain lakes in Wyoming.
A paper referencing this DOI is forthcoming. Search for this DOI in Google Scholar or other similar search service and cite the associated paper by Ella DeWolf, W. J. Calder, J. G. Harrison, G. D. Randolph, B. Noren, C. Weinig

Dataset from manuscript \"Temperature and water depth effects on brGDGT distributions in sub-alpine lakes of mid-latitude North America\"

Ioana C. Stefanescu, Bryan N. Shuman, Jessica E. Tierney, Ioana C. Stefanescu, Bryan N. Shuman & Jessica E. Tierney

Image and Physiological Data: Biophysically Informed Imaging Acquisition of Plant Water Status

Daniel P. Beverly, Carmela R. Guadagno, Brent E. Ewers, Daniel P. Beverly, Carmela R. Guadagno & Brent E. Ewers
Vegetation controls carbon and water fluxes because of the fundamental tradeoff between carbon dioxide uptake and water loss occurring when stomata are open. Quantifying the rates of this exchange typically requires either intensive gas exchange or destructive harvesting of tissues and mass spectrometry analyses. Recent developments in high-throughput methods have enhanced our capacity to empirically test plant–environmental interactions. The vast integration characterizing satellite remote sensing methods masks organ-level physiological mechanisms limiting the predictive capability of...

Rare earth elements in Wyoming

W. M. Sutherland, R. W. Gregory, J. D. Carnes & B. N. Worman

Preliminary geologic map of the Shamrock Hills quadrangle, Carbon County, Wyoming

R. M. Lynds, M. J. Palkovic, C. J. Carroll & D. R. Ratigan

Preliminary geologic map of the Fort Steele quadrangle, Carbon County, Wyoming

R. M. Lynds & J. M. Wrage

Report on the preliminary geologic maps of the Shamrock Hills and Rawlins Peak SW quadrangles, Carbon County, Wyoming

C. J. Carroll, R. M. Lynds, D. R. Ratigan & M. J. Palkovic

Preliminary geologic map of the Earnest Butte quadrangle, Sweetwater County, Wyoming

R. M. Lynds, P. M. Webber, N. A. Kraugh, T. I. Martin, K. L. Hoppes, K. G. Taboga, R. M. Lynds, P. M. Webber, N. A. Kraugh, T. I. Martin, K. L. Hoppes & K. G. Taboga
The Earnest Butte 7.5-minute quadrangle is located in southwestern Wyoming on the southwestern flank of the Rock Springs Uplift. The Rock Springs Uplift exposes Upper Cretaceous rocks at its center and progressively younger Cretaceous and Paleogene rocks dip east into the Washakie and Great Divide basins and west into the Green River Basin.

Public Perceptions of Insider Trading

John P. Anderson, Jeremy L. Kidd & George A. Moscary

AquaFlux Processing Code and NoName Sap Flux Dataset

Heather Speckman, Daniel Beverly & Brent Ewers
Plant transpiration is the largest evaporative flux from most vegetated ecosystems, playing a dominant role in energy balance, water and element cycling, ecosystem services, and water security. Quantification of plant-level transpiration, e.g. sap flux, is essential to land managers and scientists. Thermal dissipation probes (TDP) are reliable and affordable tools for measuring sap flux, but difficulties in replicable data processing often serve as a barrier to their use and interpretation of data. AquaFlux is an...

Preliminary Geologic Map of the Richards Gap Quadrangle, Sweetwater County, Wyoming, and Daggett County, Utah.

K. S. Kehoe, G. W. Gay & D. T. Lichtner
The main goal of mapping the bedrock geology of the Richards Gap 7.5' quadrangle is to further understanding of the mineral and energy resources in the Firehole Canyon area of southwestern Wyoming. The bedrock geologic units exposed in the quadrangle range in age from Upper Cretaceous to Oligocene, and record a transition from deposition at the margins of the Western Interior Seaway in the Sevier foreland to syn- and post-Laramide intracontinental environments. Samples were collected...

5_(131)_100 Grain Boundary

Gaurav Arora & Dilpuneet S Aidhy

WRF outputs over Wyoming

Jacob Heward & Noriaki Ohara

Borehole nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) logging 2016-2017

Andrew D. Parsekian, Bradley J. Carr, Niels Claes, David O. Walsh & Nadia Fantello
This dataset contains measurements made with the Vista Clara (Mukilteo, WA) Javelin family of borehole nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) logging tools. The Javelin Surface Station was used for all measurements, and probes JP175B, JP175D, and JP350 were used depending on the available borehole. Data were collected between January of 2016 and August 2017 at sites across Wyoming, Colorado, New Jersey, Jemez Critical Zone Observatory, Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory, among other sites. All raw data are...

Data Set for Curiosity Search: Producing Generalists by Encouraging Individuals to Continually Explore and Acquire Skills Throughout Their Lifetime

Christopher Stanton & Jeff Clune
Data and plotting scripts required for reproducing the results shown in Curiosity Search: Producing Generalists by Encouraging Individuals to Continually Explore and Acquire Skills Throughout Their Lifetime.

Hidden Barriers: The Experience of Academic Librarians and Archivists with Invisible Illnesses and/or Disabilities Dataset

Samantha Huntington Peter, Katelyn Quirin Manwiller, Heather Crozier & Amelia Anderson
This study seeks to identify barriers to academic librarianship for LIS professionals with invisible illnesses and/or disabilities. A survey of MLIS-holding librarians who live with invisible illness(es) and/or disabilities examined the impact of illness or disability on work, disclosure, and potential stigma within workplace culture. Results indicate cultures do not allow for open disclosure and hinder access to the federally-protected accommodations process, ultimately demonstrating an inequitable and inaccessible field. We can begin to break down...

Hidden Barriers: The Experience of Academic Librarians and Archivists with Invisible Illnesses and/or Disabilities Dataset

Samantha Huntington Peter, Katelyn Quirin Manwiller, Heather Crozier & Amelia Anderson
This study seeks to identify barriers to academic librarianship for LIS professionals with invisible illnesses and/or disabilities. A survey of MLIS-holding librarians who live with invisible illness(es) and/or disabilities examined the impact of illness or disability on work, disclosure, and potential stigma within workplace culture. Results indicate cultures do not allow for open disclosure and hinder access to the federally-protected accommodations process, ultimately demonstrating an inequitable and inaccessible field. We can begin to break down...

Double-observer satellite imagery data for hierarchical modelling of abundance

David Christianson
This readme file outlines the collection of elk (Cervus elaphus) observations from Google Earth satellite imagery. Data were collected using independent double observers. This dataset can be called directly by a JAGS code to estimate abundance of elk (see christianson_idohm_jagsdata_README.txt).

Wyoming Cloud Radar data from the University of Wyoming King Air during the Convective Precipitation Experiment- Microphysics and Entrainment Dependencies (COPE-MED), Version 1.0

This data set includes Wyoming Cloud Radar data from the University of Wyoming King Air (N2UW) during the Convective Precipitation Experiment- Microphysics and Entrainment Dependencies (COPE-MED) conducted over the southwest United Kingdom.

MBRNF Vegetation Data

Brent Ewers & Mario Bretfeld
Dataset size: 131.2 KBReadMe available in dataset download and in References below.
Full vegetation data used in Bretfeld et al. 2021 (Front. For. Glob. Change; DOI: 10.3389/ffgc.2021.679104)

Phase Transition of Nanoconfined Fluids

& Morteza Dejam
The phase transition of fluid mixtures confined in nanoporous media is a significant topic that has a broad range of scientific and engineering applications, especially separation science. However, research on phase transitions of nanoconfined fluid mixtures has been largely computational and relatively slow to gain widespread acceptance in part due to a lack of experimental validation at an appropriate length scale.This research aims to advance the understanding of phase transitions of pure fluids and mixtures...

Preliminary Geologic Map of the Richards Gap Quadrangle, Sweetwater County, Wyoming, and Daggett County, Utah.

K. S. Kehoe, G. W. Gay & D. T. Lichtner
The main goal of mapping the bedrock geology of the Richards Gap 7.5' quadrangle is to further understanding of the mineral and energy resources in the Firehole Canyon area of southwestern Wyoming. The bedrock geologic units exposed in the quadrangle range in age from Upper Cretaceous to Oligocene, and record a transition from deposition at the margins of the Western Interior Seaway in the Sevier foreland to syn- and post-Laramide intracontinental environments. Samples were collected...

Hyporheic zone turnover time from 3D geophysics

Brady Kohler, Robert Hall, Kevin Befus & Bradley Carr

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