These data include field-collected observations of the occurrence of adult and larval amphibians at 174 sites in 14 watersheds at Yosemite National Park from 2007 through 2021. Also included in the data are potential variables affecting site occurrence, probability of reproduction, and probability of detection of amphibians, including static site-specific variables like site size and elevation, and dynamic variables including surveyors, when surveys occurred, and site- and year-specific weather variables. These data were used to fit the models in the accompanying publication and can be used with the associated code to replicate the results found in the publication.
These data support the following publication:
Halstead, B.J., Kleeman, P.M., Rose, J.P. and Fellers, G.M., 2023. Sierra Nevada amphibians demonstrate stable occupancy despite precipitation volatility in the early 21 st Century. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 10, p.1269. https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2022.1040114.
|Title||Multi-State Occurrence Data and Predictors for Amphibians in Yosemite National Park (2007-2021)|
|Authors||Patrick M Kleeman, Brian J Halstead, Jonathan P Rose, Gary M Fellers|
|Product Type||Data Release|
|Record Source||USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog|
|USGS Organization||Western Ecological Research Center|