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Jerod Sapp

Kite Aerial Photography ARCSS grid Toolik Lake, Alaska 2012

Tweedie, Craig;Oberbauer, Steven

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Jerod Sapp

Soil Temperature NIMS grid Atqasuk, Alaska 2012

Sergio Vargas

Oct 23

NSF Arctic Data Center

Kurupa Pond n-alkane dD

Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Of Columbia University

PISCO: Intertidal: site temperature data: Yachats Beach, Oregon, USA (YBHX00)

Michael Frenock

Daily time lapse photography of Linnévatnet 02Aug09 to 30Apr10

Steven Roof

WHOI Ice Tethered Profiler #11

John Toole

Data from a dynamically downscaled projection of past and future microclimates covering North America from 1980-1999 and 2080-2099

Ofir Levy, Lauren B. Buckley, Timothy Keitt & Angilletta Jr., Michael J.
Ecological forecasting requires information about the climatic conditions experienced by organisms. Despite impressive methodological and computational advances, ecological forecasting still suffers from poor resolutions of environmental data. Published data comprise relatively few layers of surface climate and suffer from coarse temporal resolution. Hence, models using these data might underestimate heterogeneity of microclimates and miss biological consequences of climatic extremes. Moreover, we currently lack predictions about vegetation cover in future environments, a key factor for estimating...

Hourly visible radiation flux data from a dynamically downscaled projection of past and future microclimates covering North America from 1980-1999 and 2080-2099

Ofir Levy, Lauren B. Buckley, Timothy Keitt & Angilletta Jr., Michael J.
Ecological forecasting requires information about the climatic conditions experienced by organisms. Despite impressive methodological and computational advances, ecological forecasting still suffers from poor resolutions of environmental data. Published data comprise relatively few layers of surface climate and suffer from coarse temporal resolution. Hence, models using these data might underestimate heterogeneity of microclimates and miss biological consequences of climatic extremes. Moreover, we currently lack predictions about vegetation cover in future environments, a key factor for estimating...

Thermal biology traits of teiid lizard Kentropyx calcarata

Instituto Nacional De Pesquisas Da Amazonia & Emerson Pontes Da Silva
Data were collected every year in dry season from 2014 to 2015 in Amazon biome and at transition between Amazonia/Cerrado biome. For each location (Pará, Amazonas, Amapá and Tocantins states), the next basic data were recorded on individuals of Kentropyx calcarata: date, location, time, sex, and body measurements and body mass. Also, we collected thermal preference, thermal limits, thermal performance data and operative temperatures. Data were used in study about geographic variation in thermal biology...

Hourly soil temperature data from a dynamically downscaled projection of past and future microclimates covering North America from 1980-1999 and 2080-2099

Ofir Levy, Lauren B. Buckley, Timothy Keitt & Angilletta Jr., Michael J.
Ecological forecasting requires information about the climatic conditions experienced by organisms. Despite impressive methodological and computational advances, ecological forecasting still suffers from poor resolutions of environmental data. Published data comprise relatively few layers of surface climate and suffer from coarse temporal resolution. Hence, models using these data might underestimate heterogeneity of microclimates and miss biological consequences of climatic extremes. Moreover, we currently lack predictions about vegetation cover in future environments, a key factor for estimating...

Hourly albedo from a dynamically downscaled projection of past and future microclimates covering North America from 1980-1999 and 2080-2099

Ofir Levy, Lauren B. Buckley, Timothy Keitt & Angilletta Jr., Michael J.
Ecological forecasting requires information about the climatic conditions experienced by organisms. Despite impressive methodological and computational advances, ecological forecasting still suffers from poor resolutions of environmental data. Published data comprise relatively few layers of surface climate and suffer from coarse temporal resolution. Hence, models using these data might underestimate heterogeneity of microclimates and miss biological consequences of climatic extremes. Moreover, we currently lack predictions about vegetation cover in future environments, a key factor for estimating...

Hourly canopy temperature data from a dynamically downscaled projection of past and future microclimates covering North America from 1980-1999 and 2080-2099

Ofir Levy, Lauren B. Buckley, Timothy Keitt & Angilletta Jr., Michael J.
Ecological forecasting requires information about the climatic conditions experienced by organisms. Despite impressive methodological and computational advances, ecological forecasting still suffers from poor resolutions of environmental data. Published data comprise relatively few layers of surface climate and suffer from coarse temporal resolution. Hence, models using these data might underestimate heterogeneity of microclimates and miss biological consequences of climatic extremes. Moreover, we currently lack predictions about vegetation cover in future environments, a key factor for estimating...

Hourly ground temperature data from a dynamically downscaled projection of past and future microclimates covering North America from 1980-1999 and 2080-2099

Ofir Levy, Lauren B. Buckley, Timothy Keitt & Angilletta Jr., Michael J.
Ecological forecasting requires information about the climatic conditions experienced by organisms. Despite impressive methodological and computational advances, ecological forecasting still suffers from poor resolutions of environmental data. Published data comprise relatively few layers of surface climate and suffer from coarse temporal resolution. Hence, models using these data might underestimate heterogeneity of microclimates and miss biological consequences of climatic extremes. Moreover, we currently lack predictions about vegetation cover in future environments, a key factor for estimating...

Hourly canopy gap from a dynamically downscaled projection of past and future microclimates covering North America from 1980-1999 and 2080-2099

Ofir Levy, Lauren B. Buckley, Timothy Keitt & Angilletta Jr., Michael J.
Ecological forecasting requires information about the climatic conditions experienced by organisms. Despite impressive methodological and computational advances, ecological forecasting still suffers from poor resolutions of environmental data. Published data comprise relatively few layers of surface climate and suffer from coarse temporal resolution. Hence, models using these data might underestimate heterogeneity of microclimates and miss biological consequences of climatic extremes. Moreover, we currently lack predictions about vegetation cover in future environments, a key factor for estimating...

Hourly air temperature from a dynamically downscaled projection of past and future microclimates covering North America from 1980-1999 and 2080-2099

Ofir Levy, Lauren B. Buckley, Timothy Keitt & Angilletta Jr., Michael J.
Ecological forecasting requires information about the climatic conditions experienced by organisms. Despite impressive methodological and computational advances, ecological forecasting still suffers from poor resolutions of environmental data. Published data comprise relatively few layers of surface climate and suffer from coarse temporal resolution. Hence, models using these data might underestimate heterogeneity of microclimates and miss biological consequences of climatic extremes. Moreover, we currently lack predictions about vegetation cover in future environments, a key factor for estimating...

Hourly canopy vapor pressure data from a dynamically downscaled projection of past and future microclimates covering North America from 1980-1999 and 2080-2099

Ofir Levy, Lauren B. Buckley, Timothy Keitt & Angilletta Jr., Michael J.
Ecological forecasting requires information about the climatic conditions experienced by organisms. Despite impressive methodological and computational advances, ecological forecasting still suffers from poor resolutions of environmental data. Published data comprise relatively few layers of surface climate and suffer from coarse temporal resolution. Hence, models using these data might underestimate heterogeneity of microclimates and miss biological consequences of climatic extremes. Moreover, we currently lack predictions about vegetation cover in future environments, a key factor for estimating...

Hourly ground temperature data from a dynamically downscaled projection of past and future microclimates covering North America from 1980-1999 and 2080-2099

Ofir Levy, Lauren B. Buckley, Timothy Keitt & Angilletta Jr., Michael J.
Ecological forecasting requires information about the climatic conditions experienced by organisms. Despite impressive methodological and computational advances, ecological forecasting still suffers from poor resolutions of environmental data. Published data comprise relatively few layers of surface climate and suffer from coarse temporal resolution. Hence, models using these data might underestimate heterogeneity of microclimates and miss biological consequences of climatic extremes. Moreover, we currently lack predictions about vegetation cover in future environments, a key factor for estimating...

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