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Unoccupied aerial systems imagery from Camas, Cedar Gulch and Rocky Canyon Idaho

Peter Olsoy, Matthew Burgess, Jennifer Sorensen Forbey, Janet Rachlow, Lisa Shipley & Daniel Thornton
UAS imagery data and data products from Camas, Cedar Gulch and Rocky Canyon Idaho. Data were collected in both summer and winter seasons between 2013-2015. Data products include digital surface models (DSM), orthorectified color imagery (Ortho), and las point cloud files for each site and season; the dataset also contains 5-cm and 25-cm resolution canopy height models (CHM) for the Camas and Cedar Gulch sites during the summer sampling season. Processing reports are provided for...

User Research of Biofacilitated Materials for 3-D Infrastructure Printing

John Ziker

Aligned DNA sequences of Vanilla

Paige Ellestad
Premise Although vanilla is one of the best-known spices, there is a limited understanding of its biology and genetics within Mexico, where its cultivation originated and where phenotypic variability is high. This study aims to augment our understanding of vanilla’s genetic resources by assessing species delimitation and genetic, geographic, and climatic variability within Mexican cultivated vanilla. Methods Nuclear and plastid DNA sequence data from 58 Mexican samples collected from three regions and 133 ex-situ accessions...

Abandoning the Revolution? A Political Geography of South-South Migration and Socialism in South America

Christopher Courtheyn
Over five million Venezuelans have fled the country due to economic and political crisis in recent years and are on pace to become the largest emigrant population in the world. This has resulted in the largest migration crisis in the Americas. Having conducted community-based research in Latin American conflict zones for the past two decades, I am now investigating the experiences of Venezuelan immigrants in neighboring countries like Colombia. I seek to understand what Venezuelan...

Data from: High-resolution thermal imagery reveals how interactions between crown structure and genetics shape plant temperature

Peter Olsoy, Andrii Zaiats, Donna Delparte, Spencer Roop, Anna Roser & T. Trevor Caughlin
Understanding interactions between environmental stress and genetic variation is crucial to predict the adaptive capacity of species to climate change. Leaf temperature is both a driver and a responsive indicator of plant physiological response to thermal stress, and methods to monitor it are needed. Foliar temperatures vary across leaf to canopy scales and are influenced by genetic factors, challenging efforts to map and model this critical variable. Thermal imagery collected using unoccupied aerial systems (UAS)...

Additional file 2 of Required sample size to detect mediation in 3-level implementation studies

Nathaniel J. Williams, Kristopher J. Preacher, Paul D. Allison, David S. Mandell & Steven C. Marcus
Additional file 2. Frequency of designs with adequate statistical power by method and test.

Required sample size to detect mediation in 3-level implementation studies

Nathaniel J. Williams, Kristopher J. Preacher, Paul D. Allison, David S. Mandell & Steven C. Marcus
Abstract Background Statistical tests of mediation are important for advancing implementation science; however, little research has examined the sample sizes needed to detect mediation in 3-level designs (e.g., organization, provider, patient) that are common in implementation research. Using a generalizable Monte Carlo simulation method, this paper examines the sample sizes required to detect mediation in 3-level designs under a range of conditions plausible for implementation studies. Method Statistical power was estimated for 17,496 3-level mediation...

Data from: Mapping foodscapes and sagebrush morphotypes with unmanned aerial systems for multiple herbivores

Peter Olsoy, Jennifer Sorensen Forbey, Lisa Shipley, Janet Rachlow, Brecken Robb, Jordan Nobler & Daniel Thornton
Context The amount and composition of phytochemicals in forage plants influences habitat quality for wild herbivores. However, evaluating forage quality at fine resolutions across broad spatial extents (i.e., foodscapes) is challenging. Unmanned aerial systems (UAS) provide an avenue for bridging this gap in spatial scale. Objectives We evaluated the potential for UAS technology to accurately predict nutritional quality of sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) across landscapes. We mapped seasonal forage quality across two sites in Idaho, USA,...

Unoccupied aerial systems imagery near Castle Rocks Idaho-2021

Anna Roser, Valorie Marie, Peter Olsoy, Donna Delparte & T. Trevor Caughlin
The images used to make these data products were collected at and near Castle Rocks State Park, Idaho, in June 2021 and September 2021. We used a DJI Mavic 2 Pro with Map Pilot Pro software to capture imagery over four sites of interest. The imagery was collected in a crossgrid pattern at 40m above ground level; the resulting imagery have a ground resolution of 1cm/pixel. The images were processed and the products created in...

Unoccupied aerial systems imagery from Duncan Saddle Idaho

Anna Roser, Valorie Marie, Peter Olsoy, Donna Delparte & T. Trevor Caughlin
The images used to make these data products were collected at Duncan Saddle, approximately one hour south of Mountain Home, Idaho, in August 2021. We used a DJI Mavic 2 Pro with Map Pilot Pro software to capture imagery over the area of interest. The imagery was collected in a crossgrid pattern at 44m above ground level; the resulting imagery have a ground resolution of 1cm/pixel. The images were processed and the products created in...

Additional file 1 of Sustainable deimplementation of continuous pulse oximetry monitoring in children hospitalized with bronchiolitis: study protocol for the Eliminating Monitor Overuse (EMO) type III effectiveness-deimplementation cluster-randomized trial

Christopher P. Bonafide, Rui Xiao, Amanda C. Schondelmeyer, Amy R. Pettit, Patrick W. Brady, Christopher P. Landrigan, Courtney Benjamin Wolk, Zuleyha Cidav, Halley Ruppel, Naveen Muthu, Nathaniel J. Williams, Enrique Schisterman, Canita R. Brent, Kimberly Albanowski & Rinad S. Beidas
Additional file 1. DSMB Charter, Version Dated September 14, 2021. Description: Charter outlining the roles, responsibilities, practices, and procedures of the EMO Trial Data and Safety Monitoring Board.

Additional file 2 of Sustainable deimplementation of continuous pulse oximetry monitoring in children hospitalized with bronchiolitis: study protocol for the Eliminating Monitor Overuse (EMO) type III effectiveness-deimplementation cluster-randomized trial

Christopher P. Bonafide, Rui Xiao, Amanda C. Schondelmeyer, Amy R. Pettit, Patrick W. Brady, Christopher P. Landrigan, Courtney Benjamin Wolk, Zuleyha Cidav, Halley Ruppel, Naveen Muthu, Nathaniel J. Williams, Enrique Schisterman, Canita R. Brent, Kimberly Albanowski & Rinad S. Beidas
Additional file 2. Dissemination plan for results of the EMO Trial. Description: Description of the plan for disseminating results and products of the EMO trial. This document was also submitted with the EMO Trial grant proposal.

Additional file 4 of Sustainable deimplementation of continuous pulse oximetry monitoring in children hospitalized with bronchiolitis: study protocol for the Eliminating Monitor Overuse (EMO) type III effectiveness-deimplementation cluster-randomized trial

Christopher P. Bonafide, Rui Xiao, Amanda C. Schondelmeyer, Amy R. Pettit, Patrick W. Brady, Christopher P. Landrigan, Courtney Benjamin Wolk, Zuleyha Cidav, Halley Ruppel, Naveen Muthu, Nathaniel J. Williams, Enrique Schisterman, Canita R. Brent, Kimberly Albanowski & Rinad S. Beidas
Additional file 4. SPIRIT 2013 Checklist

Required sample size to detect mediation in 3-level implementation studies

Nathaniel J. Williams, Kristopher J. Preacher, Paul D. Allison, David S. Mandell & Steven C. Marcus
Abstract Background Statistical tests of mediation are important for advancing implementation science; however, little research has examined the sample sizes needed to detect mediation in 3-level designs (e.g., organization, provider, patient) that are common in implementation research. Using a generalizable Monte Carlo simulation method, this paper examines the sample sizes required to detect mediation in 3-level designs under a range of conditions plausible for implementation studies. Method Statistical power was estimated for 17,496 3-level mediation...

Sustainable deimplementation of continuous pulse oximetry monitoring in children hospitalized with bronchiolitis: study protocol for the Eliminating Monitor Overuse (EMO) type III effectiveness-deimplementation cluster-randomized trial

Christopher P. Bonafide, Rui Xiao, Amanda C. Schondelmeyer, Amy R. Pettit, Patrick W. Brady, Christopher P. Landrigan, Courtney Benjamin Wolk, Zuleyha Cidav, Halley Ruppel, Naveen Muthu, Nathaniel J. Williams, Enrique Schisterman, Canita R. Brent, Kimberly Albanowski & Rinad S. Beidas
Abstract Background Methods of sustaining the deimplementation of overused medical practices (i.e., practices not supported by evidence) are understudied. In pediatric hospital medicine, continuous pulse oximetry monitoring of children with the common viral respiratory illness bronchiolitis is recommended only under specific circumstances. Three national guidelines discourage its use for children who are not receiving supplemental oxygen, but guideline-discordant practice (i.e., overuse) remains prevalent. A 6-hospital pilot of educational outreach with audit and feedback resulted in...

Collaborative Research: NNA Research: Interactions of natural and social systems with climate change, globalization, and infrastructure development in the Arctic

Aleksey Sheshukov
Navigating the New Arctic (NNA) is one of NSF's 10 Big Ideas. NNA projects address convergence scientific challenges in the rapidly changing Arctic. The Arctic research is needed to inform the economy, security and resilience of the Nation, the larger region and the globe. NNA empowers new research partnerships from local to international scales, diversifies the next generation of Arctic researchers, enhances efforts in formal and informal education, and integrates the co-production of knowledge where...

Comparing genome-based estimates of relatedness for use in pedigree-based conservation management

Samantha Hauser, Stephanie Galla, Andrea Putnam, Tammy Steeves & Emily Latch
Researchers have long debated which estimator of relatedness best captures the degree of relationship between two individuals. In the genomics era, this debate continues, with relatedness estimates being sensitive to the methods used to generate markers, marker quality, and levels of diversity in sampled individuals. Here, we compare six commonly used genome-based relatedness estimators (kinship genetic distance (KGD), Wang Maximum Likelihood (TrioML), Queller and Goodnight (Rxy), Kinship INference for Genome-wide association studies (KING-robust), and Pairwise...

Additional file 2 of Sustainable deimplementation of continuous pulse oximetry monitoring in children hospitalized with bronchiolitis: study protocol for the Eliminating Monitor Overuse (EMO) type III effectiveness-deimplementation cluster-randomized trial

Christopher P. Bonafide, Rui Xiao, Amanda C. Schondelmeyer, Amy R. Pettit, Patrick W. Brady, Christopher P. Landrigan, Courtney Benjamin Wolk, Zuleyha Cidav, Halley Ruppel, Naveen Muthu, Nathaniel J. Williams, Enrique Schisterman, Canita R. Brent, Kimberly Albanowski & Rinad S. Beidas
Additional file 2. Dissemination plan for results of the EMO Trial. Description: Description of the plan for disseminating results and products of the EMO trial. This document was also submitted with the EMO Trial grant proposal.

Additional file 4 of Sustainable deimplementation of continuous pulse oximetry monitoring in children hospitalized with bronchiolitis: study protocol for the Eliminating Monitor Overuse (EMO) type III effectiveness-deimplementation cluster-randomized trial

Christopher P. Bonafide, Rui Xiao, Amanda C. Schondelmeyer, Amy R. Pettit, Patrick W. Brady, Christopher P. Landrigan, Courtney Benjamin Wolk, Zuleyha Cidav, Halley Ruppel, Naveen Muthu, Nathaniel J. Williams, Enrique Schisterman, Canita R. Brent, Kimberly Albanowski & Rinad S. Beidas
Additional file 4. SPIRIT 2013 Checklist

Interannual variation in climate contributes to contingency in post-fire restoration outcomes in seeded sagebrush steppe

Allison Simler-Williamson, Cara Applestein & Matthew Germino
Interannual variation, especially weather, is an often-cited reason for restoration “failures”; yet its importance is difficult to experimentally isolate across broad spatiotemporal extents, due to correlations between weather and site characteristics. In the analysis associated with this dataset, we examined post-fire treatments within sagebrush-steppe ecosystems to ask: 1) Is weather following seeding efforts a primary reason why restoration outcomes depart from predictions? and 2) Does the management-relevance of weather differ across space and with time...

Discrete fire events, their severity, and their ignitions, as derived from MODIS MCD 14ML active-fire detection data for Indonesia, 2002-2019

Sean Sloan & Megan Cattau
1. PUBLICATION CORRESPONDING TO THESE DATA Sloan, Sean*; Locatelli, Bruno; Andela, Niels; Cattau, Megan E.; Gaveau, David; Tacconi, Luca. 2022 ‘Declining Severe Fire Activity on Managed Lands in Equatorial Asia’. Communications Earth & Environment. DOI: 10.1038/s43247-022-00522-6. *Corresponding author email: sean.sloan@viu.ca 2. ABSTRACT OF THE DATA The GIS data and corresponding attribute data described here pertain to discrete fire events, their severity, and their ignitions, as derived on the basis of daily MODIS Collection 6 MCD14ML...

The nutritional condition of moose co-varies with climate, but not with density, predation risk, or diet composition

Sarah Hoy, Jennifer Forbey, Daniel Melody, Leah Vucetich, Rolf Peterson, Ky Koitzsch, Lisa Koitzsch, Andrew Von Duyke, John Henderson, Grace Parikh & John Vucetich
A fundamental question about the ecology of herbivore populations pertains to the relative influence of biotic and abiotic processes on nutritional condition. Nutritional condition is influenced in important, yet poorly understood, ways by plant secondary metabolites (PSMs) which can adversely affect a herbivore’s physiology and energetics. Here we assess the relative influence of various abiotic (weather) and biotic (intraspecific competition, predation risk and diet composition) factors on indicators of nutritional condition and the energetic costs...

Falcon: High Performance Supercomputer

Falcon is an SGI ICE X supercomputer currently operated and used by a consortium of Idaho research universities (University of Idaho, Boise State University, Idaho State University). Falcon is owned by Idaho National Laboratory (INL) and ranked 97th on the Top500 list of the world’s fastest supercomputers when it was operationalized in 2014 and significantly upgraded in 2017. Through a Memorandum of Understanding (January 2022), management and use of Falcon was transferred to the Idaho...

Compiled Idaho sagebrush chemistry and plant herbivore interaction data

Jennifer Sorensen Forbey, Peter Olsoy, Brecken Robb, Marcella R. Fremgen-Tarantino & Jordan D. Nobler
Compilation of sagebrush chemistry and herbivore interaction data from Idaho USA. Chemical data includes percent crude protein, percent nitrogen, coumarins, phenolics, total monoterpenes, monoterpene chemical diversity, and quantifiable amounts of the following monoterpenes: aPinene, Camphene, bPinene, p_cymene, 1,8_cineole, monoterpene "unknown 20.1", Camphor, and Borneol. Herbivore interaction data includes bite mark counts, fecal pellet counts, and/or evidence of foraging presence/absence data for pygmy rabbits and sage grouse at select study sites. At the time of publication...

Data from: Near-infrared spectroscopy aids ecological restoration by classifying variation of taxonomy and phenology of a native shrub

Brecken Robb, Peter Olsoy, Jessica Mitchell, T. Trevor Caughlin, Donna Delparte, Stephanie Galla, Marcella R. Fremgen-Tarantino, Jordan D. Nobler, Janet Rachlow, Lisa A. Shipley & Jennifer Sorensen Forbey
Plant communities are composed of complex phenotypes that not only differ among taxonomic groups and habitats but also change over time within a species. Restoration projects (e.g., translocations, reseeding) can introduce new functional variation in plants, which further diversifies phenotypes and complicates our ability to identify locally adaptive phenotypes for future restoration. Near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) offers one approach to detect the chemical phenotypes that differentiate plant species, populations, and phenological states of individual plants over...

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