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Data from: An artificial habitat facilitates a climate-mediated range expansion into a suboptimal novel ecosystem

Zachary J. Cannizzo & Blaine D. Griffen
Distribution Survey DataPresence/absence of A. pisonii during distribution surveysCrab Size DataSizes of all A. pisonii measured throughout study.Cold Tolerance DataData from cold tolerance experiment including temperature of death of each crab.Relative Abundance DataData from relative abundance study. Relative abundance of A. pisonii are expressed in Catch per Unit Effort (CPUE) in crabs caught per minute.Lethal Temperature Logger DataThermal logger data used to determine the number of days and hours spent under the lethal temperature 50...

High-frequency measurements of aeolian saltation flux: time series data

Raleigh L. Martin, Jasper F. Kok, Chris H. Hugenholtz, Thomas E. Barchyn, Marcelo Chamecki & Jean T. Ellis
High-frequency (25-50 Hz) coupled observations of wind speed and aeolian saltation flux (i.e, the wind-blown movement of sand) were measured at three field sites: Jericoacoara, Brazil; Rancho Guadalupe, California; and Oceano, California. The dataset provided here contains the full record of raw and processed time series of saltation flux and wind speed measured at multiple heights above the sediment surface.

Sex identification PCR-RFLP assay tested in eight species of Sebastes rockfish

Felix Vaux, Hannah M. Aycock, Sandra Bohn, Leif K. Rasmuson & Kathleen G. O'Malley
Files for 'Sex identification PCR-RFLP assay tested in eight species of Sebastes rockfish'. Files include a sampling spreadsheet for eight species of Sebastes rockfish, and a .fasta file of DNA sequences for a male and female from each species for the Sch.182255-210250 locus.

Burrowing behavior and burrowing energetics of a bioindicator under human disturbance

Mustafa Gul & Blaine Griffen
Bioindicator species are extensively used for rapid assessment of ecological changes. Their use commonly focuses on changes in population abundance and individual sizes in response to environmental change. These numerical and demographic shifts likely have behavioral and physiological mechanistic drivers that, if understood, could provide additional insights into the use of these species as bioindicators of habitat health. The Atlantic ghost crab, Ocypode quadrata, is a global bio-indicator species of human disturbance on sandy shores....

Registration Year

  • 2019

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  • Dataset


  • University of South Carolina
  • Brigham Young University
  • Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
  • Oregon State University
  • University of Calgary
  • University of California Los Angeles