The accessions used to create the Snap Bean Diversity Panel were 149 snap bean cultivars and germplasm lines selected from North American and European germplasm. This panel was developed with support from the Common Bean Coordinated Agriculture Project (USDA-NIFA grant no. 2009-85606-05964). The accompanying data set contains information, where known, about pod traits and plant growth habit, USDA-NPGS Plant Introduction (PI) number, who bred the cultivar, market class and pod sieve size, plant variety protection...
Hyperspectral reflectance data of wheat in situ and lab scans infected with soilborne wheat mosaic virusMarja Haagsma, Christina Hagerty, Duncan Kroese & Elizabeth Jachens
Hyperspectral images were taken in a lab setting from wheat leaves and in situ from agricultural wheat fields and disease nursery. The goal of this research was to find infection of soilborne wheat mosaic virus in wheat for early detection using digital imagery, i.e., either hyperspectral or multispectral.
This dataset accompanies the manuscript Unintended consequences of selective water withdrawals from reservoirs alter downstream macroinvertebrate communities in Water Resources Research. Benthic macroinvertebrates were collected from samples taken annually during the first two weeks of August from 2002-2007 and again in 2017 at six sites in the South Fork McKenzie River. Taxonomy of samples collected prior to 2017 have been updated to be consistent with 2017 taxa designations.
This dataset contains records of identified benthic and aquatic emergent invertebrates from pre-timber harvest, post-timber harvest, and reference (no harvest) collection sites in the Hinkle Creek watershed. A variety of fish-bearing tributaries, fishless tributaries, and mainstem creek sites were sampled. Benthic invertebrates were collected using Serber nets and emergent adults were collected with emergence traps. Invertebrates were identified to the lowest practical taxonomic level.
Discharge and suspended sediment a paired watershed study examining the effects of contemporary forest harvesting in the Oregon Coast RangeJeff Hatten, Catalina Segura, Kevin Bladon, Cody Hale, George G. Ice & John Stednick
Forest harvesting practices can expose mineral soils, decrease infiltration capacities of soils, disturb the stream bank and channel, and increase erosion and fine sediment supply to stream channels. To reduce nonpoint source sediment pollution associated with forest management activities and to maintain the high water quality typically provided from forests, best management practices (BMPs) were developed and implemented. The Alsea Watershed Study was an important early research site that lead to the development of contemporary...
The dataset is a layer file created in ArcGIS Pro 2.2. The dataset includes digitized outlines of the seaward edges of five Oregon salt marshes (Nehalem, Netarts, Salmon, Alsea, and Coquille). These are roughly decadal from 1939 to 2018 and were hand-digitized using historical aerial photography (1939 to the late 1990s) scanned at the University of Oregon’s Map & Aerial Photography Library and aerial imagery downloaded from the Oregon Statewide Imagery Program (https://www.oregon.gov/geo/Pages/imagery_data.aspx). Historical aerial...
Vegetation, Bryophytes, Lichens, Environment, and Stand Dynamics in Forests of the Swan Valley, MontanaBruce McCune & Joseph A. Antos
We sampled vegetation, bryophytes, lichens, environment, and stand dynamics in 56 plots in the Swan Valley, Montana in 1975-1978. The data include complete inventory of trees in 375 m2 plots, with whole-plot ocular estimates of plant cover by species, transect sampling of the ground layer bryophytes and lichens with microplots, and point-based sampling of epiphytic bryophytes and lichens on tree trunks. Stand age and forest history were inferred by increment boring. Canopy density was measured...
A Literature-based Dataset Containing Statistical Compositions and Reactivities of Commercial and Novel Supplementary Cementitious MaterialsKeshav Bharadwaj, O. Burkan Isgor & W. Jason Weiss
This dataset contains the chemical composition and reactivities of commercially used SCMs such as silica fume, Class-F and Class-C fly ashes, slags, and calcined clays. The dataset also includes the chemical composition and reactivity (where available) for several SCMs that are currently not specified in standard specifications by ASTM or AASHTO such as fly ashes not conforming to ASTM C618, bottom ashes, and pumices. This dataset can be used (i) for the classification of SCMs...
Geochemical data from anoxic sequences of the Nicobar Fan, recovered during International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) Expedition 362 to the Sumatra subduction zoneMarta Torres
We report on geochemical data from anoxic sequences of the Nicobar Fan, recovered during International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) expedition 362 to the Sumatra subduction zone. Analyses include strontium and carbon isotope composition of pore fluids, elemental and isotopic composition of carbonate concretions, and whole sediment analyses.
GLiMR toolset (ArcGIS geoprocessing tools), instruction manual, and 3D data used in support of the manuscript \"GLiMR: A GIS-Based Method for the Geometric Morphometric Analysis of Artifacts\"
Here, we describe and demonstrate a geographic information systems-based lithic morphometric research (GLiMR) software approach. GLiMR accurately and rapidly handles a sequence of ArcGIS procedures to extract geometric morphometric data from 2D and 3D scan files of lithic artifacts. GLiMR generates three main types of geometric properties: shape data, topographic data and domain aggregate data. These data can be extracted in ways that support other analyses of artifact form, including Generalized Procrustes Analysis, Principal Components...
This is the data set used for the analysis in the paper "Dams and Population Displacement on China’s Upper Mekong River: Implications for Social Capital and Social-Ecological Resilience." In 2010, in collaboration with Chinese colleagues, we administered a household survey questionnaire to 729 households in more than 30 villages across Fengqing, Yun, and Lancang counties in Yunnan Province, China. Because of our specific interest in agriculture and social capital for this paper, we restricted the...
Dateset for : Ampelisca eschrichtii Krøyer, 1842 (Ampeliscidae) of the Sakhalin Shelf in the Okhotsk Sea starve in summer and feast in winterValentina B. Durkina, John W. Chapman & Natalia L. Demchenko
Background. Ampelisca eschrichtii Krøyer, 1842 of the Sakhalin Shelf of the Okhotsk Sea, Far Eastern Russia, comprise the highest known biomass concentration of any amphipod population in the world and are a critically important prey source for western gray whales. Growth and reproduction in this population has not been apparent in summer. However, they are not accessible for sampling in winter to test a previous default conclusion that they grow and reproduce in winter. Methods....
Dendrochronological data provides insight in the tree development, and used in conjunction with forest inventory, can supply inputs for growth and yield modeling. However, accurate and precise measurements of a large number of incremental cores require significant resources. One possible source of valuable tree ring data are national forest inventories (NFI), which process a large amount of data annually. A NFI that places a significant effort on dendrochronological data is the Romanian NFI, which, to...
Daily Snowpack Fate Data Supporting New Metrics for Snow in a Warming Climate: Indicators for the National Climate AssessmentJ. Michelle Hu
Snowpack impacts and trends in precipitation regimes are investigated for the mountainous western United States from water years 1984–2016. The vast majority of snow trend studies utilize undifferentiated air temperature records, which do not segregate between days with and without precipitation and effectually dilute temperature trends relevant for snowpack monitoring. In this work, 33 years of daily meteorological data from 567 Snow Telemetry (SNOTEL) sites and a homogenized daily temperature dataset were used to investigate...
Assessing the impact of multicomponent diffusion in direct numerical simulations of premixed, high-Karlovitz, turbulent flames: toluene dataAaron Fillo, Jason Schlup, Guillaume Blanquart & Kyle Niemeyer
This data contains results from direct numerical simulations of premixed, three-dimensional, turbulent toluene/air flames, using the multicomponent and mixture-averaged diffusion models. In particular, this dataset contains information about diffusion flux angles and magnitudes. We performed the simulations using the finite-difference code NGA; simulation details are described completely in the associated article.
Oregon State University53
US Forest Service5
National Council for Air and Stream Improvement3
California Institute of Technology3
Portland State University2
Northern Arizona University2
Pacific Northwest Research Station2
National University of Ireland, Galway2
Colorado State University2
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife1