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Mariana common moorhen (Gallinula chloropus guami) blood and tissue sample collection data, 2000-2001

This data set describes blood and tissue samples collected from Mariana common moorhens from 2000-2001 in Guam and Saipan.

FLOwPER Database: StreamFLOw PERmanence field observations, Jan 2021 - Dec 2021

IMPORTANT NOTE: This dataset includes spatial locations where streamflow permanence observations (continuous flow, discontinuous flow, and dry) were recorded using the FLOwPER (FLOw PERmanence) field survey available in the Survey 123. Additional information to describe the field conditions are included as part of the survey. Field observations in the FLOwPER Database have not been processed for q

Camera trap photo detections of mammals along three reaches of the Elwha River, Washington

The dataset includes daily counts of the number of independent photo detections from camera traps for 15 mammal species. The camera traps were placed in three study reaches of the Elwha River, Washington between July 2021 and July 2023. The dataset also includes information about the camera station locations, and the calendar date and season when the photos were captured.

Microsatellite genotypes of Bombus occidentalis specimens (including Bombus mckayi) from 1960 to 2020

This dataset consists of the microsatellite genotypes, collection data, and ownership data for 1461 specimens of Bombus occidentalis. The dataset includes both recognized subspecies, Bombus occidentalis occidentalis and Bombus occidentals mckayi. The subspecies have since been elevated to species status and are currently described as Bombus occidentalis and Bombus mckayi. The specimens were collec

Mercury in bird blood and benthic aquatic invertebrates in Plumas National Forest, 2015-2016

The dataset includes specifics on bird blood and aquatic invertebrate tissue mercury concentrations measured using direct mercury analysis.

Pre-fire satellite derived and field calculated functional cover across Great Basin megafires

Data includes satellite derived pre-fire functional group cover of annual and perennial herbaceous, shrubs, bareground and litter across four rangeland megafires in the Western US, as well as field estimated invasive annual grass measurements from the 2nd to 3rd years post-fire. Additional landscape and restoration treatment covariates hypothesized to influence post-fire invasive annual grass cove

Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism (AFLP) data obtained for 34 long-tailed vole (Microtus longicaudus) individuals at 91 loci

Prior to removal of pest species from an area, resource managers must determine if re-immigration from another population is possible. Voles inhabiting Saddle Rock on the southern Oregon coast are suspected to be partially responsible for declines in the Leach's storm petrel colony on the island. The island is very close to the mainland, and it is potentially accessible during below-average low ti

Post-fire species point intercept data from four megafires in the Great Basin

Data set is a combined collection of post-fire species point intercept cover monitoring data across the Murphy 2007 fire, Rush 2012 fire, Holloway 2012 fire, and Soda 2015 fire. Data was collected between 2008 and 2022 by the Bureau of Land Management, US Geological Survey, and Idaho Fish and Wildfire for various purposes. The species data was leveraged to assess post-fire community structure and

Simulated growth potential of redband trout in the Donner und Blitzen River Basin, southeastern Oregon, using a bioenergetics model

Growth potential of redband trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss newberri) was simulated across 175 river segments in the Donner und Blitzen River basin for water years 1980 through 2021 using a bioenergetics model. A previously published framework for assessing climate vulnerability of redband trout was used to simulate the growth potential of redband trout in relation to constraints on body size, physiolo

Lichens in the McKenzie River Watershed, Oregon, 1998-2000

Data were collected to describe study site characteristics and epiphytic macrolichen abundance in upland and riparian forests in the McKenzie watershed in western Oregon. All plots were within the Central Cascades Adaptive Management Area. To describe the gradient from upland mountain forests below 1000 meters elevation down to riverine riparian forests we combined 62, 0.38 hectare plots sampled b

Bibliography of hydrological and ecological research in the Great Basin terminal lakes, USA

This database contains literature citations and associated abstracts pertaining to the ecology and hydrology of terminal lakes in the Great Basin region of the western United States. This is not meant to be an exhaustive list, nor did we perform a systematic meta-analysis; rather, literature records were included based on topical relevance.