We compiled time series of egg mass counts (an index of adult female abundance) from Rana boylii populations in 36 focal streams and fit a Multiple Population Viability Analysis (MPVA) model to quantify how streamflow metrics, stream temperature, and surrounding land cover affect population growth. In addition, data on streamflow, stream temperature, and surrounding land cover for each stream were compiled from existing sources.
|Title||Egg Mass Counts from Foothill Yellow-Legged Frogs (Rana boylii) in California from 1992-2021|
|Authors||Jonathan P Rose, Sarah J Kupferberg, Ryan A Peek, Don Ashton, James B Bettaso, Steve Bobzien, Ryan M Bourque, Koen GH Breedveld, Alessandro Catenazzi, Joseph E Drennan, Earl Gonsolin, Marcia Grefsrud, Andrea E Herman, Matthew R House, Matt R Kluber, Amy J Lind, Karla R Marlow, Alan Striegle, Michael van Hattem, Clara A Wheeler, Jeffery T Wilcox, Kevin D Wiseman, Brian J Halstead|
|Product Type||Data Release|
|Record Source||USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog|
|USGS Organization||Western Ecological Research Center|