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Social Characterization of Fernan Lake Watershed, Idaho (2014)

Mark Solomon
A social survey was conducted in the Fernan Lake watershed in Idaho to understand how people interact with the landscape around them. Blue-green algae growth occurs naturally, but human activities can significantly increase the frequency of blooms. The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality has identified excess amounts of phosphorus as the driver of the recurrent algae blooms in Fernan Lake. Some types of blue-green algae produce cyanotoxins which can threaten human and animal health, thus...

Modeled potential and realized niches of the American Three-toed Woodpecker and Flammulated Owl of northern Idaho

Walsh S. Eric & Tara Hudiburg
The dataset contains the modeled potential niche of the American Three-Toed Woodpecker and the realized niche of the Flammulated Owl across the Northern Rockies Ecoregion of Idaho. Previously published niche models were transferred to the study region and informed with the outputs of the forest landscape model LANDIS-II. The spatial grain of the data is 200 meters and the Flammulated Owl model is the base model or the niche model’s original input sources. The parameterizations...

Restoration thinning in a drought-prone Idaho forest creates a persistent carbon deficit

Tara Hudiburg & Jeffrey Stenzel

Tag, migration, and fate data of adult radio-tagged Chinook and sockeye salmon and steelhead in the Columbia River Basin 1996-2014

Matthew Keefer, Michael Jepson, Christopher Caudill & Tami Clabough
These datasets provide information on radiotelemetry tagging, migration and fate of adult spring, summer, and fall Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha), sockeye salmon (O. nerka) and steelhead (O. mykiss) in the Columbia River Basin, 1996-2014. The tagging database provides tagging metrics that include date collected at time of capture and release, size, fin clips, condition, injuries, marks or tags, release site, etc. The migration databases includes complete migration histories and integrates all coded radio detections, PIT-tag...

Data: Complex life histories predispose aphids to recent decline

Michael Crossley, Olivia Smith, Thomas Davis, Sanford Eigenbrode, Glen Hartman, Doris Lagos-Kutz, Susan Halbert, David Voegtlin, Matthew Moran & William Snyder

Data from \"Deep learning classification of lipid droplets in quantitative phase images\"

Lucas Sheneman


John Michael Adrian Wojahn & Sven Buerki

Engaging stakeholders for integrated FEW nexus governance: The case of Phoenix, AZ

J. Leah Jones

INFEWS/T2: Identifying sustainability solutions through global-local-global analysis of the coupled water-agriculture-bioenergy system

Thomas Hertel

Social science for stakeholder engagement: Methods and lessons from the Water for Agriculture project

Weston Eaton

Activity Recognition Model: Sensor (AS), GNSS, Time and Motion Study (TM), and Individual Tree Data

Ryer Becker & Robert Keefe

Virtual Transdisciplinary Collaborations in Disaster Relief and Resilience

Jesann Gonzalez Cruz, Michael James Stablein, Emine Fidan, Jessica Talbot, Samuel Reed, Riveraine Walters, Ayorinde Ogunyiola, Michael Fernández Frey, Mariela Ramirez, Belen Rosado Casanova, Jill Heemstra, Anna-Maria Marshall & Luis Rodriguez

Engaging stakeholders in sustainable phosphorus management

Khara Grieger

Role of Stakeholder Expectations in Facilitating Stakeholder Engagement

Robert Barron

Stakeholder engagement and transdisciplinary team evolution

John Classen, Alison Deviney & Erin L Cortus

Lessons Learned from Stakeholder Engagement in San Antonio, Texas

Bassel Daher

Data from: Development of an in vitro method of propagation for basin big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata subsp. tridentata)

Rachael Barron, Peggy Martinez, Marcelo Serpe & Sven Buerki
Data and code files included within release v1.0 from the Sagebrush_in_vitro_prop GitRepo. Please visit the associated project website for specific details about project protocols and workflow. Basin big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata subsp. tridentata) is a keystone species of the sagebrush steppe, a widespread ecosystem of western North America threatened by climate change. The study’s goal was to develop an in vitro method of propagation for this taxon to support genome sequencing and genotype-by-environment research on...

Data for Building an Open Science Framework to Model Soil Organic Carbon

Edward Flathers
As funding agencies embrace open science principles that encourage sharing data and computer code developed to produce research outputs, we must respond with new modes of publication. Furthermore, as we address the expanding reproducibility crisis in the sciences, we must work to release research materials in ways that enable reproducibility—publishing data, computer code, and research products in addition to the traditional journal article. Toward addressing these needs, we present an example framework to model and...

Validating IFTNC generated maximum stand density index models

Mark Kimsey
2013 Annual Meeting Presentation, Intermountain Forest - Tree Nutrition Cooperative

Leading Large Transdisciplinary Projects Addressing Social-Ecological Systems: A Primer for Project Directors

Sanford D Eigenbrode, Lois Wright Morton & Timothy A Martin
The imperative to address issues pertaining to large social-ecological systems (SES) through appropriately scaled, well integrated, transdisciplinary efforts is now widely recognized (NSF 2015). Biological, physical, social, and economic elements of these systems are intricately interrelated (Tilman et al. 2002) and scientific endeavors are expanding beyond traditional disciplinary sciences to encompass multi-disciplinary approaches to build new system-level knowledge. Funding agencies around the world are investing in very large coordinated projects to better understand the complexity...

Pocatello, Idaho Historic Orthoimagery for 1975 (~1 meter resolution)

Donna Delparte & Brock Lipple
Pocatello, Idaho historical orthomosaic for 1975 was created by collecting, scanning, merging and georectifying historic photography of Pocatello. The total spatial error is less than 1 meter. These historical orthomosaic images were derived using SfM (Structure-from-motion photogrammetry). SfM uses a series of overlapping images aligned to form a 3D representation. Classification resulted in raster and vector data with discrete classes grouped into objects located in the urban corridor of Pocatello. High-resolution aerial photography of the...

Data and R Source Code for \"Toward a Novel Laser-Based Approach for Estimating Snow Interception\"

Micah Russell
The primary objective of this study was to provide a feasibility assessment for estimating snow interception volume with terrestrial laser scanning (TLS), providing information on challenges and opportunities for future research. During the winters of 2017 and 2018, intercepted snow masses were continuously measured for two model trees suspended from load-cells. Simultaneously, autonomous terrestrial lidar scanning (ATLS) was used to develop volumetric estimates of intercepted snow.

Data from: Important airborne lidar metrics of canopy structure for estimating snow interception

Micah Russell, Jan Eitel, Timothy Link & Carlos A. Silva

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