100 Works

Survey of Food Consumption of Households in the United States, Spring 1955.

Rueben Buse & Aaron Johnson

Wisconsin children, incomes and program participation survey (CHIPPS) of 1985

Slave Movement -- Records of Slave Ship Movement Between Africa and the Americas, 1817-1843

Philip D. Curtin & Herbert S. Klein

Bedforms of Thwaites Glacier, West Antarctica: Character and Origin

R.B. Alley, N. Holschuh, D.R. MacAyea, B.R. Parizek, L. Zoet, K. Riverman, A. Muto, K. Christianson, E. Clyne, S. Anandakrishnan & N.T. Stevens
Bedforms of Thwaites Glacier, West Antarctica both record and affect ice flow. Thwaites Glacier flows across the tectonic fabric of the West Antarctic rift system with its bedrock highs and sedimentary basins. Swath radar and seismic surveys of the glacier bed have revealed soft-sediment flutes 100 m or more high extending 15 km or more across basins downglacier from bedrock highs, and ending at prominent hard-bedded moats on stoss sides of the next topographic highs....

Wisconsin Study of Families and Work 1990 - 2012

Janet Shibley Hyde & Marilyn J. Essex

Summary of Study of Microcomputers in Small- and Medium-Sized Colombian Firms, 1985-1986

Mary C. McEniry

Private Prison News Project: Article Data from New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and Houston Chronicle, 1985-2008

Pamela Oliver & Brett C. Burkhardt

National Survey of Families and Households (NSFH), Wave 3 (2001-2003)

Larry L. Bumpass & James A. Sweet

Online Politics and Young Voters 2006: The Use of Political Websites by American Youth and Effects on Political Engagement

Michael A. Xenos

Puerto Rican Elderly: Health Conditions (PREHCO) Wave 1, 2002-2003

Alberto Palloni, Ana Luisa Dávila & Melba Sánchez-Ayéndez

Voting Behavior in the Wisconsin State Legislature: 2003-2010, Gridlock

Jacob O. Stampen

Voting Behavior in the Wisconsin State Legislature: 2011-2018, Machine Rule

Jacob O. Stampen

Transmission of West Nile and five other temperate mosquito-borne viruses peaks at temperatures between 23-26ºC

Marta Shocket, Anna Verwillow, Mailo Numazu, Hani Slamani, Jeremy Cohen, Fadoua El Moustaid, Jason Rohr, Leah Johnson & Erin Mordecai
The temperature-dependence of many important mosquito-borne diseases has never been quantified. These relationships are critical for understanding current distributions and predicting future shifts from climate change. We used trait-based models to characterize temperature-dependent transmission of 10 vector–pathogen pairs of mosquitoes (Culex pipiens, Cx. quinquefascsiatus, Cx. tarsalis, and others) and viruses (West Nile, Eastern and Western Equine Encephalitis, St. Louis Encephalitis, Sindbis, and Rift Valley Fever viruses), most with substantial transmission in temperate regions. Transmission is...

Spatial variation in diet-microbe associations across populations of a generalist North American carnivore

A. Shawn Colborn, Corbin C. Kuntze, Gabriel I. Gadsden & Nyeema C. Harris
1. Generalist species, by definition, exhibit variation in niche attributes that promote survival in changing environments. Increasingly, phenotypes previously associated with a species, particularly those with wide or expanding ranges, are dissolving and compelling greater emphasis on population-level characteristics. 2. In the present study, we assessed spatial variation in diet characteristics, gut microbiome, and the association between these two ecological traits across populations of coyotes (Canis latrans). We highlight the influence of the carnivore community...

Systemic paralogy and function of retinal determination network homologs in arachnids

Guilherme Gainett, Jesús A. Ballesteros, Charlotte R. Kanzler, Jakob T. Zehms, John M. Zern, Shlomi Aharon, Efrat Gavish-Regev & Prashant P. Sharma
Arachnids are important components of cave ecosystems and display many examples of troglomorphisms, such as blindness, depigmentation, and elongate appendages. Little is known about how the eyes of arachnids are specified genetically, let alone the mechanisms for eye reduction and loss in troglomorphic arachnids. Additionally, paralogy of Retinal Determination Gene Network (RDGN) homologs in spiders has convoluted functional inferences extrapolated from single-copy homologs in pancrustacean models. Here, we investigated a sister species pair of Israeli...

Empirical evidence for the potential climate benefits of decarbonizing light vehicle transport in the U.S. with bioenergy from purpose-grown biomass with and without BECCS

Ilya Gelfand, Stephen Hamilton, Alexandra Kravchenko, Randall Jackson, Kurt Thelen & G. Philip Robertson
Climate mitigation scenarios limiting global temperature increases to 1.5 °C rely on decarbonizing vehicle transport with bioenergy production plus carbon capture and storage (BECCS), but climate impacts for producing different bioenergy feedstocks have not been directly compared experimentally nor for ethanol vs. electric light-duty vehicles. A field experiment at two Midwest U.S. sites on contrasting soils revealed that feedstock yields of seven potential bioenergy cropping systems varied substantially within sites but little between. Bioenergy produced...

Assessing the effects of elephant foraging on the structure and diversity of an Afrotropical forest

Cooper Rosin, Kendall Beals, Michael Belovitch, Ruby Harrison, Megan Pendred, Megan Sullivan, Nicolas Yao & John Poulsen
African forest elephants (Loxodonta cyclotis) are ecosystem engineers that browse and damage large quantities of vegetation during their foraging and movement. Though elephant trail networks and clearings are conspicuous features of many African forests, the consequences of elephant foraging for forest structure and diversity are poorly documented. In this study in northeastern Gabon, we compare stem size, stem density, proportional damage, species diversity, and species relative abundance of seedlings and saplings in the vicinity of...

Bridging the flux gap: sap flow measurements reveal species-specific patterns of water-use in a tallgrass prairie

Kimberly O'Keefe, David Bell, Katherine McCulloh & Jesse Nippert
Predicting the hydrological consequences following changes in grassland vegetation type (i.e., woody encroachment) requires an understanding of water flux dynamics at high spatiotemporal resolution for predominant species within grassland communities. However, grassland fluxes are typically measured at the leaf or landscape scale, which inhibits our ability to predict how individual species contribute to changing ecosystem fluxes. We used external heat balance sap flow sensors and a hierarchical Bayesian state-space modeling approach to bridge this “flux-gap”...

Wisconsin Basic Needs Study, 1981-1982

Maurice MacDonald & Diane Colasanto

Slave Movement -- Slave Ships of Eighteenth Century France, 1748-1756, 1763-1792

Philip D. Curtin

Socioeconomic Role of Nicaraguan Women, 1977-1978

Barbara L. Wolfe

Premarital Sexuality Among Young People, 1973

John DeLamater

Patterns of Interracial Politics: Conflict and Cooperation in the City of Milwaukee, 1970

Peter Eisinger

Government Crowd-Out of Private Contributions to Public Radio: An Empirical Study, 1990-1996

John Straub

International News Exposure and National Images in a Third World Setting, 1982

John T. McNelly & Fausto Izcaray

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