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Date published: May 14, 2020

Location of Focal Ohia Trees Used for Outplanting Ohia Seedlings, and Tree and Surrounding Soil ROD Test Results

This data release includes data and metadata containing ohia (Metrosideros polymorpha) tree and soil locations tested for Rapid Ohia Death (ROD) at Keaukaha Military Reserve, Hilo, HI.

Date published: May 14, 2020

Keaukaha Military Reservation ʻŌhiʻa Restoration under ROD-infected Trees 2019-2020

These data contain the raw quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) results for all Ceratocystis lukuohia and huliohia testing of ohia trees, soil, and seedlings.

Date published: May 6, 2020

Hawaiian hoary bat individual video detections at wind turbines, Maui Island 2018

The Hawaiian hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus semotus), a federally and state listed endangered subspecies, is the only extant native terrestrial mammal in the Hawaiian archipelago. It is an insectivorous, solitary and foliage-roosting species that generally roosts alone or in mother-pup family groups. This study examined the behavior of Hawaiian hoary bats at wind turbines operated by

Date published: May 6, 2020

Maui Island, Hawaiian hoary bat behavior at wind turbines, 2018

The Hawaiian hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus semotus), a federally and state listed endangered subspecies, is the only extant native terrestrial mammal in the Hawaiian archipelago. It is an insectivorous, solitary and foliage-roosting species that generally roosts alone or in mother-pup family groups. This data release consists of three tabular datasets comprising acoustic and thermal

Date published: May 6, 2020

Hawaiian hoary bat individual acoustic detections at wind turbines, Maui Island 2018

The Hawaiian hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus semotus), a federally and state listed endangered subspecies, is the only extant native terrestrial mammal in the Hawaiian archipelago. It is an insectivorous, solitary and foliage-roosting species that generally roosts alone or in mother-pup family groups. This study examined the behavior of Hawaiian hoary bats at wind turbines operated by

Date published: May 6, 2020

Hawaiian hoary bat nightly acoustic-visual detections and conditions at wind turbines, Maui Island 2018

The Hawaiian hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus semotus), a federally and state listed endangered subspecies, is the only extant native terrestrial mammal in the Hawaiian archipelago. It is an insectivorous, solitary and foliage-roosting species that generally roosts alone or in mother-pup family groups. The dataset for this release comprises the combined acoustic and video data tabulated

Date published: April 24, 2020

Raw absorbance values for serially diluted whole blood preserved in different lysis buffers for Hawaiian Island forest bird avian malaria detection, 2005-2006

It is unclear whether DNA lysis buffers used for preservation of whole blood samples from Hawaiian forest birds cause denaturation and loss of antigen binding capability of antibody molecules. If their antigen binding capability is not affected, then the samples can be used in serological assays to provide an independent assessment of the accuracy of PCR (polymerase chain reaction) diagnost...

Date published: April 24, 2020

Oahu U.S. Army Facilities Hawaiian Hoary Bat Acoustic Data 2015-2016

Acoustic sampling for occurrence of the endangered Hawaiian hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus semotus) was conducted at 12 locations on U. S. Army facilities on O‘ahu Island, Hawai‘i. Bats were confirmed as present at 10 of these locations: Dillingham Military Reservation, Helemano Military Reservation, Kahuku Training Area, Kawailoa Training Area, Mākua Military R

Date published: April 24, 2020

Raw absorbance values from serially diluted uninfected whole blood in different lysis buffers for Hawaiian Island forest bird avian malaria detection, 2005-2006

It is unclear whether DNA lysis buffers used for preservation of whole blood samples from Hawaiian forest birds cause denaturation and loss of antigen binding capability of antibody molecules. If their antigen binding capability is not affected, then the samples can be used in serological assays to provide an independent assessment of the accuracy of PCR (polymerase chain reaction) diagnost...

Date published: April 24, 2020

Derived ELISA Values for Hawaiian Island forest bird avian malaria detection using whole blood preserved in lysis buffer

It is unclear whether DNA lysis buffers used for preservation of whole blood samples from Hawaiian forest birds cause denaturation and loss of antigen binding capability of antibody molecules. If their antigen binding capability is not affected, then the samples can be used in serological assays to provide an independent assessment of the accuracy of PCR (polymerase chain reaction) diagnost...

Date published: April 24, 2020

Effect of SDS and Proteinase K on whole blood preserved in lysis buffer for Hawaiian Island avian malaria detection, 2005-2006

It is unclear whether DNA lysis buffers used for preservation of whole blood samples from Hawaiian forest birds cause denaturation and loss of antigen binding capability of antibody molecules. If their antigen binding capability is not affected, then the samples can be used in serological assays to provide an independent assessment of the accuracy of PCR (polymerase chain reaction) diagnost...

Date published: April 24, 2020

Hawaii Island forest bird avian malaria detection using whole blood preserved in lysis buffer, 2005-2006

It is unclear whether DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid) lysis buffers used for preservation of whole blood samples from Hawaiian forest birds cause denaturation and loss of antigen binding capability of antibody molecules. If their antigen binding capability is not affected, then the samples can be used in serological assays to provide an independent assessment of the accuracy of PCR (polymeras