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Downscaled Climate Model Output for the Snake River Basin, Idaho from WCRP CMIP3 Scenarios used in IPCC AR4 [Delta Method]

This data series contains 336 temporal datasets. These data are are climate model outputs, primarily precipitation and temperature. They have been bias-corrected and spatially downscaled (BCSD) to 12-km by Maurer et al. (2007) using the CMIP3 climate model data. These monthly products are available from this link (http://gdo-dcp.ucllnl.org/downscaled_cmip3_projections/) which we temporally disaggregated to a daily time step using the Delta method. This temporal disaggregation involved the following steps. This included a random picking of a...

Native Riverine Fish Species in the Portneuf Drainage, Idaho - 1957 to 2011

Charles Peterson, Cody J. Feldman & Charles Williams
Fish specimen records from 1957 to 2011 for the Portneuf Drainage Basin were compiled and georeferenced to create dot-distribution maps for each fish species. The fish occurrence records were obtained from the Idaho Museum of Natural History specimens collected by various researchers and ichthyology classes from 1957 to 1981. The fish riverine surveys were collected by the Region 5 office of Idaho Department of Fish and Game [1991 to 2011] by electrofishing method*. These fish...

Total residue (suspended and dissolved solids) load calculations for two inflow locations and the outflow location at Fernan Lake, Idaho (April 2014-April 2015)

Trea LaCroix & Frank Wilhelm
The following description is the calculation of daily total residue loads using the non-parametric smearing method, see references below. 15 minute interval stages were converted to discharge values using the rating curve equation developed by T. LaCroix. (1) Daily loads were calculated by multiplying measured total residue (TR) concentrations by the corresponding discharge values (both occurring at 15:00). (2) The natural log of daily TR loads was then plotted as a function of the natural...

Impacts of 2015 settlement agreement on Idaho's farmers

Morey Burnham, Katrina Running, Meg du Bray, Jake Hawes, Vicken Hillis, Zhao Ma & Chloe Wardropper
Survey data collected on the impacts of the 2015 water settlement agreement in Idaho on Idaho's farmers. Data is focused on how having less groundwater affected their farm operations and farm management decisions.

Playa wetland responses to droughts and hydrologic alteration

Micah Russell, Jennifer Cartwright, Ryan Long & Jan Eitel
Notated R code, CSV files, and metadata for Russell et al. (2020) publication entitled "Playa wetland responses to droughts and hydrologic alteration". The study asks the following questions: (1) What are the drivers of playa inundation and how might intensifying droughts affect habitat availability? (2) Are there particular playas that serve as hydrologic refugia during droughts, and if so, how are these patterns related to playa development? Remote sensing data were collated and analyzed for...

Petrographic analysis of carbonate rocks in the Navajo Sandstone

ANN-ET Project: 2018 Crop evapotranspiration and Neural network method

Eric Pardyjak Jason Kelley

Summary of published data for Higgins et al. 2017 study of Total Eclipse

Chad Higgins, Steve Drake, Jason Kelley, Sonia Wharton, Derek Jensen & Holly Oldroyd
Benton County, Oregon (study conducted on private land located near Corvallis, Ore.) Investigators: Chad Higgins (1), Steve Drake (1), Jason Kelley (1), Sonia Wharton (2), Derek Jensen (2), Holly Oldroyd (3) (1) Department of Biological and Ecological Engineering, Oregon State University (2) Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (3) Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California Davis Files Included under this DOI ----------------------------- Array_Metadata_Final.xlsx: tabular field data recording instrument heights and other site measurements Eclipse_survey.pdf:...

Feeding intensity of insect herbivores is associated more closely with key metabolite profiles than phylogenetic relatedness of their potential hosts

Carole Rapo, Urs Schaffner, Sanford Eigenbrode, Hariet Hinz, William Price, Matthew Morra, John Gaskin & Mark Schwarzlaender
There are four files: Rapo_et al_Glucosinolates _RawData.csv Columns: Plant Species, Population ID, Ind# (plant), Y/O (young/old leaf), Label (internal code), subset (internal code), Glc Weight (weight of tissue extracted), Names of glucosinolates (columns J-AJ) with values in µmol, Total = sum of columns J-AJ Rapo_et al_Glucosinolate Distances_young leaves.csv Distance matrix based on similarity of mean glucosinolate profiles for all species used to calculate dendrogram. Methods as in Rapo et al. Rapo_et al_Glucosinolate Distances_old leaves.csv Distance...

Data from: CO2e Footprint and Eco-Impact of Ultralow Phosphorus Removal by Hydrous Ferric Oxide Reactive Filtration: A Municipal Wastewater LCA Case Study

Lusine Taslakyan, Martin Baker, Dev Shrestha, Daniel Strawn & Gregory Möller

Pocatello, Idaho Historic Orthoimagery for 1968 (~1 meter resolution)

Donna Delparte & Brock Lipple
Pocatello, Idaho historical orthomosaic for 1968 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...

Pocatello, Idaho Historic Orthoimagery for 1984 (~1 meter resolution)

Donna Delparte & Brock Lipple
Pocatello, Idaho historical orthomosaic for 1984 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 from: Mapping foodscapes and sagebrush morphotypes with unmanned aerial systems for multiple herbivores

Peter Olsoy, Jennifer Sorensen Forbey, Lisa Shipley, Janet Rachlow, Brecken Robb, Jordan Nobler & Daniel Thornton

Unoccupied aerial systems imagery from Duncan Saddle Idaho

Anna Roser, Valorie Marie, Peter Olsoy, Donna Delparte & T. Trevor Caughlin

Unoccupied aerial systems imagery near Castle Rocks Idaho-2021

Anna Roser, Valorie Marie, Peter Olsoy, Donna Delparte & T. Trevor Caughlin

Data from: Boosts in leaf-level photosynthetic capacity aid Pinus ponderosa recovery from wildfire

Kelsey Bryant, Hyojung Kwon, Crystal Kolden, Jeffrey Stenzel, Justin Mathias, Laurel Lynch & Tara Hudiburg
Forests mitigate climate change by sequestering massive amounts of carbon, but recent increases in wildfire activity are threatening carbon storage. Currently, our understanding of wildfire impacts on forest resilience and the mechanisms controlling post-fire recovery remains unresolved due to a lack of empirical data on mature trees in natural settings. Here, we quantify the physiological mechanisms controlling carbon uptake immediately following wildfire in mature individuals of ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa), a wide-spread and canopy-dominant tree...

Rathdrum Prairie Aquifer Reasonably Anticipated Future Need Study Data

Mark Solomon & Michael Foushee
Data used in the Rathdrum Prairie Aquifer Reasonably Anticipated Future Need (RAFN) study. Provides current and future service areas of water purveyors, city ACI, parcel data and land use data for the Rathdrum Prairie Aquifer RAFN study area. These data were created for the Rathdrum Prairie Aquifer RAFN study to aid in the analysis of current water demand, to assist in mediation of water boundaries, and to help plan for future water needs.

Student Survey to Assess University of Idaho's IGERT program (2014); Data from: A pedagogical model for team-based interdisciplinary, problem-solving doctoral education

, , Jo Ellen Force, Lisette P. Waits, Kate Cleary, Paul Rhoades, Sara M. Galbraith, Amanda L. Bentley Brymer, Michael O'Rourke, Sanford D. Eigenbrode, Bryan Finegan, , Nicole Sibelet & Joseph D. Holbrook
A survey of 22 doctoral students enrolled in the University of Idaho Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) program. The survey was administered online, responses were anonymous, and the response rate was 100%. Survey metrics included both Likert-scale and open-ended questions. Likert- scale metrics included a self-assessment of student interdisciplinary communication skills prior to and three to four years after joining the program, and asked participants to rate the importance of elements of the...

Downscaled Climate Model Output for the Contiguous United States from IPCC AR4 Scenarios [Bias Corrected Statistical Downscaling (BCSD) Method]

This data series contains 2868 temporal datasets. These data are climate model outputs that have been downscaled to 4-km spatial resolution using the Bias Corrected Statistical Downscaling (BCSD) method. Moore and Walden have modified the BCSD method described by Wood et al (2002), Long-range experimental hydrologic forecasting for the eastern United States. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres 107: 4429-4443 and Salathe (2005), Downscaling simulations of future global climate with application to hydrologic modeling. International Journal of...

Data from: Building a bridge between adaptive capacity and adaptive potential to understand responses to environmental change

Travis Seaborn
Adaptive capacity is a topic at the forefront of environmental change research with roots in both social, ecological, and evolutionary science. It closely related to the evolutionary biology concept of adaptive potential. In this systematic literature review we: 1) Summarize the history of these topics and related fields; 2) Assess relationship(s) between the concepts among disciplines and the use of the terms in climate change research, and evaluate methodologies, metrics, taxa biases, and the geographic...

The microbial associates of precipitation over four seasons, at three locations in the United States

Ken Aho, C.F. Weber, J. T. Werth, A. L. H. Bayless-Edwards, R. Joyce, B. C. Christner, K. Failor, B. A. Vinatzer, D. G. Schmale III & C. E. Morris
These data were used in a paper accepted in Ecological Monographs on 17 September 2019, entitled "Spatiotemporal patterns of microbial composition and diversity in precipitation", hereafter Aho et al. (in press). Microbes in the atmosphere have broad ecological impacts, including the potential to trigger precipitation through species and strains that act as ice nucleation particles. To characterize spatiotemporal trends of microbial assemblages in precipitation we sequenced 16S (bacterial) and 18S (fungal) rRNA gene amplicon libraries...

Data from: Near-infrared spectroscopy aids ecological restoration by classifying variation of taxonomy and phenology of a native shrub

Brecken Robb, Peter Olsoy, Jessica Mitchell, T. Trevor Caughlin, Donna Delparte, Stephanie Galla, Marcella R. Fremgen-Tarantino, Jordan D. Nobler, Janet Rachlow, Lisa A. Shipley & Jennifer Sorensen Forbey

Compiled Idaho sagebrush chemistry and plant herbivore interaction data

Jennifer Sorensen Forbey, Peter Olsoy, Brecken Robb, Marcella R. Fremgen-Tarantino & Jordan D. Nobler

Coastal Cutthroat Trout Locations

Kitty Griswold, Brett Holycross, Van Hare & Kate Sherman
This dataset contains observations of Coastal Cutthroat Trout (CCT), as compiled by the Coastal Cutthroat Trout Interagency Committee and the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission (PSMFC) GIS Center, as well as locations where biologists have provided input where they believe the species to be present, based on professional judgement or other, nonobservation data. Data come from a wide variety of state, federal, tribal, private, and nonprofit organizations, and were collected in support of a range-wide...

Pocatello, Idaho Historic Orthoimagery for 1963 (~1 meter resolution)

Donna Delparte & Brock Lipple
Pocatello, Idaho historical orthomosaic for 1963 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...

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