Isotopic and Geochemical Signatures of Mantle and Crustal Contributions in Rhyolites from Okataina and Taupo volcanoes, New ZealandNicole Rocco
Silicic caldera-forming eruptions are some of the largest and most destructive volcanic eruptions known, and present significant local and global hazards. The underlying processes within crustal magma plumbing systems that lead to the accumulation and eruption of large volumes of evolved magma remain enigmatic, yet there is broad consensus that interaction between mantle-derived magmas and surrounding crust is crucial to the generation of many silicic magmas. Constraining these processes are key to understanding the evolution...
These data were obtained from GPS radio collared mule deer from 2015-2017. The data includes used vs available predictor variable information for time since fire, juniper canopy cover, NDVI, and vegetation community for winter, summer:migratory, summer:resident seasonal ranges.
Instruments to explore the adoption of good data management practices through a variation of the UTAUT model.Clara Llebot & Hannah Rempel
This dataset features three types of content, all related to the article Llebot, C. Rempel, H (2021) Why won’t they just adopt good research data management practices? An exploration of research teams and librarians’ role in facilitating RDM adoption. First, we include three tables defining fictional personas. Second, one worksheet. Third, the translation of one of the tables of the article in Spanish and Catalan. (1) Personas. The tables have information on the three personas:...
To investigate the effects of logging, three small watersheds in the Alsea River basin on the west slope of the Oregon Coast Range were selected for study. This was an interdisciplinary investigation to evaluate the influence of specific logging methods on stream regimen and on aquatic resources. The study plan involved (1) clear-cut logging one watershed [Needle Branch Creek]; (2) a second watershed with smaller, more spaced clear cuts and a riparian stream buffer left...
This repository item contains the files needed to reproduce the results reported in the published work entitled "Runups of unusual size: rogueness and variability of swash" in the Journal of Geophysical Research. As described in the publication, the results described within it pertain to simulations of wave runup for various configurations of beaches using various idealized surface gravity wave conditions. All discussed results pertain to a model-generated data set using the publically-available code "funwavec" for...
We examined long-term changes in daily streamflow associated with forestry practices with two datasets (this one and the original Alsea Streamflow dataset(1972)) over a 60-year period (1959–2017) in the Alsea Watershed Study, Oregon Coast Range, Pacific Northwest, USA. In this contemporary period, 2006 to 2017 (12 water years), data were collected at 10-minute intervals, including three to eight years of pre-harvest data rating curves were developed. Based 40 to 55 stage-discharge data points collected for...
Hyperspectral images were taken from March till October, 2018, of southwestern white pine (Pinus strobiformis), SWWP, seedlings of ten different seed-source families. Half of the seedlings were inoculated with white pine blister rust (Cronartium ribicola). Visual assessments of vigor coincided with hyperspectral data acquisition. The aim of the experiment was to use hyperspectral data to automaticaly and objectively identify infection and degree of infection in SWWP seedlings. Moreover, we developed and evaluated a feature importance...
This archive is a compilation of SWMM input files and STELLA models, augmented by R scripts to perform various processing for sensitivity analysis, data import / export, plot generation and computation of various summary outputs. Part I is the sensitivity analysis of a SWMM model representative of the case study in Urso et al (2013). An extended Fourier Amplitude Sensitivity Testing (eFAST) work flow for this SWMM model is implemented in R script. Part II...
An online survey of river restoration practitioners, engineers, and researchers was conducted to examine current practices and perspectives on how climate change is integrated into engineering designs for river restoration. Seventy-six responses were submitted to the survey. While the responses came from a wide range of demographies, respondents were most commonly men, age 35-44, with professional degrees working as practitioners in consulting firms. The most frequent respondents work in engineering or engineering geomorphology in the...
The Willamette Valley, bounded on the west by the Coast Range and on the east by the Cascade Mountains, is the largest river valley completely confined to Oregon. The fertile valley soils combined with a temperate, marine climate create ideal agronomic conditions for seed production. Historically, seed cropping systems in the Willamette Valley have focused on the production of grass and forage seeds. In addition to growing over two-thirds of the nation’s cool-season grass seed,...
Agrivoltaics align with Green New Deal goals while supporting investment in the US’ rural economy S1 - MethodsKyle Proctor, Ganti Murthy & Chad W. Higgins
This Jupyter Notebook is intended to accompany the publication "Agrivoltaics align with Green New Deal goals while supporting investment in the US’ rural economy".This reduced-order economic analysis estimates the total construction, operation, and energy storage costs of wide scale implementation of Agrivoltaic Systems in the United States. Additionally, estimates are made for potential job creation, emissions reduction, and total required land area of these systems. The jupyter notebook contains the full calculation used for the...
Sea surface temperature (SST) was measured by several instruments deployed from the research vessel Sally Ride in the Bay of Bengal for the Monsoon Intraseasonal Oscillations in the Bay of Bengal (MISO-BOB) 2019 field experiment. This data set presents 1 minute averages of 3 m SST from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography Fast Current-Temperature-Depth sounder (FCTD), 0.2 m SST from the Oregon State University SurfOtter, and 0.1 m SST from a sensor attached to a...
Supplemental data to \"Estimating the Genetic Diversity of Pacific salmon and trout using Multi-gene eDNA Metabarcoding\"Kevin Weitemier, Brooke E. Penaluna, Laura Hauck, Lucas J. Longway, Tiffany Garcia & Richard Cronn
This dataset contains DNA sequence data of Oncorhynchus species, isolated from environmental DNA (eDNA) from Pacific Northwest streams via microfluidic eDNA metabarcoding and high-throughput (Ilummina) sequencing (samples collected from 2017-09-22 to 2017-10-10). It is accompanied by scripts and commands for data analyses including: sequence denoising, calculation of entropy values by codon position, and calculation of diversity statistics and haplotype mapping. Intermediate outputs include denoised haplotypes, entropy calculations, and haplotype summaries following chimera removal.
Numbers of carabid beetles, caterpillars, cranefly larvae and slugs collected from pitfall and refuge traps in ten Annual Ryegrass fields in Linn County, Oregon between March 23, 2018 and June 20, 2019. Given are details on sampling date, trap, size and sex (carabids only), weight (slugs only) and species (where possible). Provided are also the results of the molecular gut content analysis of the carabid beetles: Date of gut dissection and associated details on the...
Oregon State University18
National University of Ireland, Galway2
US Forest Service2
Indian Institute of Technology Indore1
United States Department of Agriculture1
Northern Arizona University1
Agricultural Research Service1
Pacific Northwest Research Station1
National Council for Air and Stream Improvement1
Mississippi State University1