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Tools of engagement

Daniel Cronan

Meeting stakeholders where they are: Engagement strategies from the classroom

E. Jamie Trammell

Data from: Constraining low-altitude lunar dust using the LADEE/UVS data

Himanshi Sharma & Matthew Hedman

Code from: A draft genome provides hypotheses on drought tolerance in a keystone plant species in Western North America threatened by climate change

Anthony Melton, James Beck, Stephanie Galla, Jerry Jenkins, Lori Handley, Min Kim, Jane Grimwood, Jeremy Schmutz, Bryce Richardson, Marcelo Serpe, Stephen Novak & Sven Buerki

Community Perspectives on Just Transitions to Grass-based Agriculture

Ana Fochesatto, Erin Lowe & Adena Rissman

Fine-scale habitat patches of Idaho attributed with climatic, topographic, soil, vegetation, and disturbance variables

Ryan McCarley
This data publication contains approximately 44.3 million polygons derived from multi-scale object-oriented image analysis attributed with climatic, topographic, soil, vegetation, and disturbance variables. The polygons provide continuous coverage for the entire state of Idaho, USA. Additionally, this publication contains the parameters for lasso logistic regression models generated to predict the probability of plant species occurrence using the variables attributed to each polygon.

Data from: Food quality, security, and thermal refuge influence use of microsites and patches by pygmy rabbits (Brachylagus idahoensis) across landscapes and seasons

Peter Olsoy, Charlotte Milling, Jordan D. Nobler, Meghan J. Camp, Lisa A. Shipley, Janet Rachlow & Daniel Thornton
How intensely animals use habitat features depends on their functional properties (i.e., how the feature influences fitness) and the spatial and temporal scale considered. For herbivores, habitat use is expected to reflect the competing risks of starvation, predation, and thermal stress, but the relative influence of each functional property is expected to vary in space and time. We examined how a dietary and habitat specialist, the pygmy rabbit (Brachylagus idahoensis), used these functional properties of...

Data from: Assessing accuracy of GAP and LANDFIRE land cover datasets in winter habitats used by greater sage-grouse in Idaho and Wyoming, USA

Marcella R. Fremgen-Tarantino, Peter Olsoy, Graham G. Frye, John W. Connelly, Alan H. Krakauer, Gail L. Patricelli, Andrew Wright Child & Jennifer Sorensen Forbey
Remotely sensed land cover datasets have been increasingly employed in studies of wildlife habitat use. However, meaningful interpretation of these datasets is dependent on how accurately they estimate habitat features that are important to wildlife. We evaluated the accuracy of the GAP dataset, which is commonly used to classify broad cover categories (e.g., vegetation communities) and LANDFIRE datasets, which are classify narrower cover categories (e.g., plant species) and structural features of vegetation. To evaluate accuracy,...

Redband Trout Stream Habitat Data for Big Jacks, Duncan, Little Jacks, Upper Mann and Keithly Creeks Idaho USA

Annalise M. Ringelman & Ernest R. Keeley
Stream habitat data utilized for Redband Trout habitat monitoring, habitat suitability modeling, and bioenergetics modeling at Big Jacks, Duncan, Little Jacks, Upper Mann and Keithly Creeks Idaho USA. All streams except Little Jacks Creek have three-100 meter sampling reaches (Low, Mid, High); Little Jacks Creek only has two-100 meter sampling reaches (Low and High). Each sampling reach contains 11-cross sectional transects spaced at 10 meter intervals to calculate discharge. Measurements of water depth (cm) and...

Water Temperatures: Trail and North Callahan Creeks Idaho 2019-2020-2021

Christopher Caudill
Water temperature data collected from North Callahan and Trail Creeks in northern Idaho using HOBO Tidbit temperature loggers. Data is recorded at 15-minute intervals in degrees Celsius. Five sites are included within the dataset: two sites from North Callahan Creek (Upper and Lower) and three sites from Trail Creek (Lower, Upper-Below Bridge, Upper-Above Bridge). Temporal range of data collection and geographic coordinates for each site is as follows: North Callahan Lower | Oct 2020 to...

Data from: Modeling tree canopy height using machine learning over mixed vegetation landscapes

Hui Wang, Travis Seaborn & Zhe Wang
Although the random forest algorithm has been widely applied to remotely sensed data to predict characteristics of forests, such as tree canopy height, the effect of spatial non-stationarity in the modeling process is oftentimes neglected. Previous studies have proposed methods to address the spatial variance at local scales, but few have explored the spatial autocorrelation pattern of residuals in modeling tree canopy height or investigated the relationship between canopy height and model performance. By combining...

Agisoft Structure-from-motion Protocols

Anna Roser, Valorie Marie, Peter Olsoy, Donna Delparte & T. Trevor Caughlin
This workflow was developed with the intent of creating high quality and high resolution 3D models of sagebrush sites from drone imagery. Throughout the process of testing this workflow, we used RGB imagery from a Mavic 2 Pro. The image resolution ranges from .7-1.1cm/pix. The imagery was collected with a crossgrid pattern and high foreward/side lap (~70/80%). We recommend that this document be used as a guide and reference. Please note that we cannot guarantee...

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