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Histopathology of American Kestrels (Falco sparverius) Exposed to Two Brodifacoum Isomer Formulations with Differing Elimination Half-Lives

This dataset documents histopathological changes in liver, kidney, skeletal muscle and intestine of captive American kestrels (Falco sparverius) exposed to brodifacoum formulations with differing elimination half-lives in target rodents. The toxicity of two brodifacoum formulations with stereoisomers having markedly different elimination half-lives in rats (Formulation A containing the 2 least per

Roundtail Chub and Flannelmouth Sucker movement data within the Blacks Fork subbasin, Wyoming 2019-2021

The dataset includes Roundtail Chub and Flannelmouth Sucker detections at passive integrated transponder (PIT) tag antenna systems. We installed nine instream Biomark PIT-tag antenna systems (five 24-meter and four 9-meter antennas) in a pass-over orientation throughout the Blacks Fork subbasin. In addition to the fixed antennas, we used a Biomark inflatable antenna and two Biomark submersible PIT

Post-wildfire rain gage data for Fourmile Canyon, Colorado and Rendija Canyon, New Mexico

Rain-gages are critical instrumentation for documenting the rainfall forcing of post-wildfire hydrologic, erosional, and water-quality response. This USGS Data Release presents tipping-bucket rain gage data following two wildfires: the 2000 Cerro Grande Fire near Los Alamos, New Mexico and the 2010 Fourmile Canyon Fire near Boulder, Colorado. The data presented in this USGS Data Release are used f

Predicted recreation economics under different management scenarios for Lake Powell releases

These data were compiled to predict economic impacts to angling in Glen Canyon and whitewater rafting in Grand Canyon. The objective of our study was to estimate recreation impacts, or changes in consumer surplus, under different future Interim Guidelines sEIS and LTEMP sEIS alternatives. These data include monthly impacts in nominal 2022 dollars. These data were created for operations at Glen Can

Forecasting smallmouth bass invasion under different management scenarios for Lake Powell releases, 2024-2027

These data were compiled for modeling efforts of Bureau of Reclamation National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) analyses for the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, Arizona. Objective(s) of our study were to forecast water temperature, smallmouth bass population growth rate, and smallmouth bass entrainment rates under different water management scenarios. These data represent forecasted smallmouth bas

Dissolved oxygen predictions for releases from Lake Powell under different management scenarios for Lake Powell releases

Dissolved oxygen estimates were generated to help understand how different alternative management scenarios may affect the likelihood of low dissolved oxygen in Glen Canyon Dam releases. The study aimed to examine the effects of different management alternatives on late summer and early fall dissolved oxygen concentrations in Glen Canyon Dam releases. The estimates represent estimates of dissolved

Subaerially exposed river sand and reservoir shoreline modelling for Lake Powell releases and changes in Lake Powell and Lake Mead storage

These data were compiled to evaluate impacts of different reservoir management scenarios on sand exposure for aeolian landscape and cultural site resources. Objective of our study was to predict areas of dry, bare Colorado River sand as a function of different management alternative scenarios. These data represent predictions of dry, bare sand for the reach of the Colorado River between Glen Canyo

Plant habitat suitability modeling for the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, Arizona under different management scenarios for Lake Powell releases

These data were compiled to assess potential impacts of altered operations of Glen Canyon Dam on riparian plant resources. Objective(s) of our study were to quantify potential responses of specific vegetation metrics. These data represent predicted changes in vegetation metrics based on the data in the Interim Guidelines and LTEMP_SEIS folders. These data were collected in Grand Canyon and Glen Ca

Predicting sediment responses to different management scenarios for Lake Powell releases

These data were compiled for/to modeling to assess impact of management scenarios on Colorado River sediment resources. Objective(s) of our study were to assess impact of management scenarios on Colorado River sediment resources. These data represent model results for high flow experiment timing/duration, sand mass balance, sandbar volume, based on the data in the Interim Guidelines SEIS and LTEMP

Predicted hydropower impacts of different management scenarios for Lake Powell releases

These data were compiled to predict hourly Glen Canyon Dam operations and hydropower impacts. The objective of our study was to estimate hydropower impacts under different future LTEMP sEIS alternatives. These data represent hourly outflow in cubic feet per second, generation in megawatt hours, and economic value of hydropower in nominal dollars. These data were created for operations at Glen Cany

Modelled Lake Powell releases and reservoir elevations under different alternative management scenarios

These data were compiled for/to modeling efforts for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) analyses for the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, Arizona. Objective(s) of our study were to create revised monthly Lake Powell elevations and outflows from Bureau of Reclamation Colorado River Mid-term Modeling System (CRMMS) traces that incorporate the alternatives in the sEIS

Strontium isotope, amino acid, and fossil taxonomy data to aid in identifying instances of marine terrace reoccupation on Anacapa and San Miguel Islands, California, USA

In areas of low uplift rate on the Pacific Coast of North America, reoccupation of emergent marine terraces by later high-sea stands has been hypothesized to explain the existence of thermally anomalous faunas (mixtures of warm and cool species) of last interglacial age. If uplift rates have been low for much of the Quaternary, it follows that higher (older) terraces should also show evidence of r