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Thermal Weakening, Convergent Flow, and Vertical Heat Transport in the Northeast Greenland Ice Stream Shear Margins, 2019

Nicholas Holschuh
This archive contains radar data and model output referenced in the paper "Thermal Weakening, Convergent Flow, and Vertical Heat Transport in the Northeast Greenland Ice Stream Shear Margins", published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters in 2019. Ice streams are bounded by abrupt transitions in speed called shear margins. Some shear margins are fixed by subglacial topography, but others are thought to be self‐organizing, evolving by thermal feedback to ice viscosity and basal drag which...

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PISCO: Intertidal: bionic mussel temperature data: Fogarty Creek, Oregon, USA (FCKX00)

Bruce Menge

Resistance of naturally spawned pink salmon eggs to mechanical shock

John Thedinga, Mark Carls, Jacek Maselko, Ronald Heintz & Rice, Stanley (Jeep)
Routine hydraulic sampling of pink salmon eggs (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) is the subject of a long-running dispute over impacts of the Exxon Valdez oil spill on embryo survival in Prince William Sound, Alaska, because relationships between the time of spawning, sensitivity of eggs to mechanical damage, and sample timing were unclear. Previous laboratory or hatchery studies demonstrate that resistance of eggs to mechanical damage increases with maturity, but applicability to natural populations requires an understanding of...

Annual detection of flowering stems of Asclepias meadii (Mead�s milkweed) at the Rockefeller Prairie (KS) 1992-2006.

University Of Kansas Field Station & Dean Kettle
These data were used in a publication by Moore et al. (in press, as of 2011; citation as follows: Clinton T. Moore, Christopher J. Fonnesbeck, Katriona Shea, Kristopher J. Lah, Paul M. McKenzie, Lianne C. Ball, Michael C. Runge and ,Helen M. Alexander. (2011). An adaptive decision framework for the conservation of a threatened plant. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management. In press.) The following description is modified from the Moore et al. (2011) abstract:...

PISCO: Physical Oceanography: moored temperature data: Boiler Bay, Oregon, USA (BB15)

Jack Barth

Data file - VALXXX_015MTBD003R00_20020104.40.1

Libe Washburn

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.

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...

Zostera Epifauna 1975-1979 Beaufort NC

North Carolina NC State & Harvey Stuart
I took samples of plants and animals discontinuously (1975-1979) in two sites at Drum Shoals (34o 42�40�N, 76o 46�20�W) in Bogue Sound and two sites at Middle Marsh (34o 41�32�N,76o 37�20W) in Back Sound. Both are sites of eelgrass (Zostera marina) beds located in Carteret County, NC, USA. Drum Shoals is located at least 250 m from the nearest Spartina marsh whereas Middle Marsh sites are located from 10 to 80 m from the nearest...

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.

Blue Oak Ranch Reserve

University Of California Natural Reserve System & Michael Hamilton
Streams on the ranch support healthy stands of riparian vegetation in addition to aquatic species. They are important habitat for migratory birds and may be migratory corridors for numerous aquatic and terrestrial animal species. At least 73 vascular plant families are found at BORR, almost 80 percent of which are native. Plant communities include blue oak woodland, valley oak woodland, black oak woodland, coast live oak woodland, riparian forest, chamise chaparral, Diablan sage scrub, nonnative...

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

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Soil functions (potential enzyme activity and nitrogen cycling rates) from manipulative experiment adding fertilizer and supplemental late-spring precipitation to a 50-ha northern California grassland underlain by a mosaic of serpentine and non-serpentine soils (November 2012-May 2013)

Kelly Gravuer, Anu Eskelinen, Joy Winbourne & Susan Harrison
Experiment added fertilizer and supplemental late-spring precipitation to a 50-ha northern California grassland underlain by a mosaic of serpentine and non-serpentine soils. Measurements of soil functions were taken after three years of consistent treatment application.Contents are as follows:"plot.name": unique name for each of the 132 plots in the experiment"irrigation.line": code indicating which irrigation line carried the supplemental precipitation to the plot"soil.type": whether the plot was on harsh serpentine (Harshserp), lush serpentine (Lushserp), or non-serpentine (Nonserp)...

Soil functions (potential enzyme activity and nitrogen cycling rates) from manipulative experiment adding fertilizer and supplemental late-spring precipitation to a 50-ha northern California grassland underlain by a mosaic of serpentine and non-serpentine soils (November 2012-May 2013)

Kelly Gravuer, Anu Eskelinen, Joy Winbourne & Susan Harrison
Experiment added fertilizer and supplemental late-spring precipitation to a 50-ha northern California grassland underlain by a mosaic of serpentine and non-serpentine soils. Measurements of soil functions were taken after three years of consistent treatment application.Contents are as follows:"plot.name": unique name for each of the 132 plots in the experiment"irrigation.line": code indicating which irrigation line carried the supplemental precipitation to the plot"soil.type": whether the plot was on harsh serpentine (Harshserp), lush serpentine (Lushserp), or non-serpentine (Nonserp)...

Three Aspects of Complexity

Lenny Susskind

Emergent Bulk Causal Diamonds, Generalized Particles and Strings, and Cluster Algebras

Nima Arkani-Hamed

The analytic bootstrap, sphere packing and quantum gravity

Leonardo Rastelli

Localization of information in quantum gravity

Steve Giddings

Toy models for evaporating black hole

Xiaoliang Qi

Remarks on Quantum Extremality

Netta Engelhardt

Looking at Shadows of Entanglement Wedges

Tadashi Takayanagi

Black hole microstates versus the additivity conjecture

Patrick Hayden

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