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Actionable Information - Research Briefs - 3 - Analysis on U.S. States COVID-19 Dashboards

Juan Pablo Alvarado, Alexi Allen, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran & Enrique Zarate-Losoya

Actionable Information - Research Briefs - 1- Vaccination

Enrique Zarate-Losoya, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares, Maria Jose Perez-Patron, Guillermo Duran Sierra & Juan Pablo Alvarado

R13-CBTS-SGL Monthly Risk Bulletin January 2021

Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares, Maria Jose Perez-Patron, Juan Pablo Alvarado & Araceli Lopez-Acosta

CBTS-SGL Webinar - Cool Things That One Can Do With Graphical Probabilistic Models - Dr. Marek Drudzel

Marek Drudzel, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares & Maria Jose Perez-Patron

Data from: Population genetics and independently replicated evolution of predator-associated burst speed ecophenotypy in mosquitofish

Thomas J DeWitt, Nicholas J Troendle, Mariana Mateos & Rodney Mauricio
Many species show replicated ecophenotypy due to recurring patterns of natural selection. Based on the presence or absence of pursuit predators, at least 17 species of fish repeatedly differentiated in body shape in a manner that increases burst swimming speed and the likelihood of predator escape. The predator-associated burst speed (PABS) ecophenotype is characterized by a small head and trunk and enlarged caudal region. Mechanisms promoting replicated phenotype-environment association include selection (without evolution), a single...

Data from: Evaluating temporal and spatial transferability of a tidal inundation model for foraging waterbirds

Marisa Martinez, Leonardo Calle, Stephanie Romanach & Dale Gawlik
For ecosystem models to be applicable outside their context of development, temporal and spatial transferability must be demonstrated. This presents a challenge for modeling intertidal ecosystems where spatiotemporal variation arises at multiple scales. Models specializing in tidal dynamics are generally inhibited from having wider ecological applications by coarse spatiotemporal resolution or high user competency. The Tidal Inundation Model of Shallow-water Availability (TiMSA) uniquely simulates tides to empirically derive a time-integrated measure of availability for a...

Population structure, patterns of natal dispersal, and demographic history in a declining aerial insectivore, the purple martin Progne subis

Evelien De Greef, Wesley Brashear, Kira Delmore & Kevin Fraser
Genetic variation is a fundamental component of biodiversity, and studying population structure, gene flow, and demographic history can help guide conservation strategies for many species. Like other aerial insectivores, the purple martin (Progne subis) is in decline, and yet their genetic background remains largely unknown. To address this knowledge gap, we assessed population structure in the nominate eastern subspecies (P. s. subis) with relation to natal dispersal and examined historical genetic patterns in all three...

The Digital Divide, Digital Reluctance and Its Impact on Pandemic Churches

Heidi Campbell & Mandy M. Jordan

Small, odd and old: The mysterious Tarsius pumilus is the most basal Sulawesi tarsier

Laura Hagemann, Nanda Grow, Yvonne Bohr, Dyah Perwitasari-Farajallah, Yulius Duma, Sharon Gursky & Stefan Merker
In this study we present the first genetic evidence of the phylogenetic position of Tarsius pumilus, the mountain tarsier of Sulawesi, Indonesia. This mysterious primate is the only Eastern tarsier species that occurs exclusively in cloud forests above 1800 m asl. It exhibits striking morphological peculiarities – most prominently its extremely reduced body size, which led to the common name of “pygmy tarsier”. However, our results indicate that T. pumilus is not an aberrant form...

Data from: Network analysis of sea turtle movements and connectivity: a tool for conservation prioritization

Connie Y. Kot, Susanne Åkesson, Joanna Alfaro-Shigueto, Diego Fernando Amorocho Llanos, Marina Antonopoulou, George H. Balazs, Warren R. Baverstock, Janice M. Blumenthal, Annette C. Broderick, Ignacio Bruno, Ali Fuat Canbolat, Paolo Casale, Daniel Cejudo, Michael S. Coyne, Corrie Curtice, Sarah DeLand, Andrew DiMatteo, Kara Dodge, Daniel C. Dunn, Nicole Esteban, Angela Formia, Mariana M. P. B. Fuentes, Ei Fujioka, Julie Garnier, Matthew H. Godfrey … & Patrick N. Halpin
Aim: Understanding the spatial ecology of animal movements is a critical element in conserving long-lived, highly mobile marine species. Analysing networks developed from movements of six sea turtle species reveals marine connectivity and can help prioritize conservation efforts. Location: Global. Methods: We collated telemetry data from 1,235 individuals and reviewed the literature to determine our dataset’s representativeness. We used the telemetry data to develop spatial networks at different scales to examine areas, connections, and their...

Echinoderm sperm swimming and fertilization

Mike Nishizaki, Sara Leuchtenberger, Maris Daleo, Peter Gullickson, Andi Delgado & Carly Lo
In an era of climate change, impacts on the marine environment include warming and ocean acidification. These effects can be amplified in shallow coastal regions where conditions often fluctuate widely. This type of environmental variation is potentially important for many nearshore species that are broadcast spawners, releasing eggs and sperm into the water column for fertilization. We conducted two experiments to investigate: 1) the impact of water temperature on sperm swimming characteristics and fertilization rate...

Actionable Information - Research Briefs - 6 - Estimation of excess mortality associated with COVID-19 for Mexico and the U.S.

Graciela Gonzalez-Farias, Jose Ulises Marquez-Urbina, Roman Castillo-Casanova, Carlos Pineda-Antunez, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares & Maria Jose Perez-Patron

CBTS-SGL Webinar - The U.S. Census Bureau's Community Resilience Estimates- Dr. Bethany DeSalvo

Bethany DeSalvo, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares & Maria Jose Perez-Patron

R7 - Model Development for Risks posed by COVID-19 on U.S. Trade Supply Chain Infrastructure. Semi-annual Report - Year 1

Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Juan Pablo Alvarado & Guillermo Duran Sierra

Design, Development, Implementation and Operation of CBTS-SGL Data Lake System to Produce Risk Analytics of Supply Chains Impacted by COVID-19 and Other Converging Threats

Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Oscar Sanchez-Siordia, Minerva Rojas-Solis, Miriam Olivares, Maria Jose Perez-Patron, Juan Pablo Alvarado & Enrique Zarate-Losoya

COVID-19 Vaccination Supply Chains Presentation Recording

Enrique Zarate-Losoya, Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares, Maria Jose Perez-Patron & Juan Pablo Alvarado

Phased, chromosome-scale genome assemblies of tetraploid potato reveals a complex genome, transcriptome, and predicted proteome landscape underpinning genetic diversity

Genevieve Hoopes, Xiaoxi Meng, John P. Hamilton, Sai Reddy Achakkagari, Fernanda De Alves Freitas Guesdes, Marie E. Bolger, Joseph J. Coombs, Danny Esselink, Natalie R. Kaiser, Linda Kodde, Maria Kyriakidou, Brian Lavrijssen, Natascha Van Lieshout, Rachel Shereda, Heather K. Tuttle, Brieanne Vaillancourt, Joshua C. Wood, Jan M. De Boer, Nolan Bornowski, Peter Bourke, David Douches, Herman J. Van Eck, Dave Ellis, Max J. Feldman, Kyle M. Gardner … & Richard Finkers
Hoopes G., Meng X., Hamilton J.P., Achakkagari S.R., de Alves Freitas Guesdes F., Bolger M.E., Coombs J.J., Esselink D., Kaiser N.R., Kodde L., Kyriakidou M., Lavrijssen B., van Lieshout N., Shereda R., Tuttle H.K., Vaillancourt B., Wood J.C., de Boer J.M., Bornowski N., Bourke P., Douches D., van Eck H.J., Ellis D., Feldman M.J., Gardner K.M., Hopman J.C.P., Jiang J., De Jong W.S., Kuhl J.C., Novy R.G., Oome S., Sathuvalli V., Tan E.H., Ursum R.A.,...

Phenotypic variation and genome-wide association studies of main culm panicle node number, maximum node production rate, and degree-days to heading in rice

Darlene Sanchez, Stanley Omar Samonte, Jasper Benedict Alpuerto, Peyton Croaker, Karina Morales, Yubin Yang, Lloyd Wilson, Rodante Tabien, Zongbu Yan, Michael Thomson & Endang Septiningsih
To understand the genetic basis of main culm panicle node number, maximum node production rate, and degree-days to heading in rice (Oryza sativa), we conducted genome-wide association studies using a diversity panel of 220 rice accessions and 854,832 SNP markers generated using genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS), with 1X coverage. The raw genotype data was filtered, selecting single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) having less than 50% missing data and minimum allele frequency (MAF) >5%. After initial filtering, imputation was...

Actionable Information - Research Briefs - 4 - Literature Review on the Impact of Natural Threats on Supply Chains

Alexi Allen, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Juan Pablo Alvarado & Enrique Zarate-Losoya

R13-CBTS-SGL Monthly Risk Bulletin February 2021

Enrique Zarate-Losoya, Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares, Maria Jose Perez-Patron, Juan Pablo Alvarado & Araceli Lopez-Acosta

Model Development for Bayesian Risk Assessment and Management of Supply Chains Impacted by COVID-19 and Other Converging Threats

Juan Pablo Alvarado, Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Enrique Zarate-Losoya, Alexi Allen, Audrey Guzman & Araceli Lopez-Acosta

R13-CBTS-SGL Monthly Risk Bulletin March 2021

Enrique Zarate-Losoya, Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares, Maria Jose Perez-Patron, Juan Pablo Alvarado & Araceli Lopez-Acosta

CBTS-SGL Webinar - Breaking Silos. The power of collaboration and abstraction - Catalina Herrera (Dataiku)

Catalina Herrera, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares & Maria Jose Perez-Patron

Evaluación y Administración del Estado de Riesgo de las Cadenas de Suministro por COVID-19 entre México y Estados Unidos: Presentación y Mesa Panel

Zenon Medina-Cetina, Guillermo Duran Sierra, Enrique Zarate-Losoya, Juan Pablo Alvarado, Gregory Pompelli, Matt Cochran, Miriam Olivares & Maria Jose Perez-Patron

Towards a Risk Index for the U.S.-Mexico Supply Chains - A Synthetic Case Study in U.S.-Mexico Border Land Ports of Entry

Connor Boze, Juan Pablo Alvarado, Billy Hernawan, Guillermo Duran Sierra, Zenon Medina-Cetina, Gregory Pompelli & Matt Cochran

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