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Interviews with participants in collaborative climate research projects in the SW CASC region 2016-2018

Alison Meadow
The dataset consists of transcriptions of interviews conducted with scientists and stakeholders who were involved in collaborative climate research projects funded by the Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center between 2014 and 2017. The participants were asked to reflect upon the engagement activities during the projects and provide any examples of use of the research evidence that emerged from the projects. The transcriptions have been stripped of any and all identifiable information, as is standard ethical...

Pre-breeding foraging ecology of three tern species nesting in the Gulf of Maine

Michelle Staudinger
This dataset contains carbon (δ13C) and nitrogen (δ15N) isotope values, and C:N ratios, from eggshell tissue samples of Arctic terns (Sterna paradisaea), Common terns (S. hirundo), and Roseate terns (S. dougalii) nesting on seven islands located along the coast of Maine in 2016, 2017, and 2018.

Pairwise comparisons of river herring run dynamics and environmental regimes among Massachusetts streams

Michelle Staudinger & Henry Legett
The timing of life-history events in many plants and animals depend on specific environmental conditions that fluctuate with seasonal conditions. Climate change is altering environmental regimes and disrupting natural cycles and patterns across communities. Anadromous fishes that migrate between marine and freshwater habitats to spawn are particularly sensitive to shifting environmental conditions, and thus are vulnerable to the effects of climate change. However, for many anadromous fish species the specific environmental mechanisms driving migration and...

Data and Metadata for 'A regional analysis of long-term gray and harbor seal stranding events' and the seasonal migrants

Michelle Staudinger & Katherine Jones
NOAA’s Greater Atlantic Region Marine Mammal Stranding Network Database was examined for its utility as a potential long-term time series for the evaluation of phenological patterns and shifts. Although records from stranding events represent sick or injured animals, these data have been found to be reasonably comparable to survey data and provide useful information on species’ distribution, abundance, and foraging ecology (Maldini et al., 2005; Staudinger et al., 2014; Johnston et al., 2012, 2015). In...

Transcriptions of Interviews Conducted via Audio in Miami, Oklahoma

Molly Yunker
We collected a series of audio recordings of interviews conducted with research participants. The information collected details what was discussed during the conversations between the interviewer (one of our project team members) and project participants, individually, in pairs, or as a group of three people. The audio data were mostly collected in one geographic location: Miami, Oklahoma and several of the audio files were collected over the phone. One interview was conducted via email with...

Registration Year

  • 2021

Resource Types

  • Dataset


  • University of Oklahoma
  • University of Arizona