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Mammalian biodiversity data for four bottomland hardwood restoration sites in Northeastern Indiana USA May 2015-August 2016

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2015-05-17
End Date
2016-08-19

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Green, N.S., Albers, J.L., Wildhaber, M.L., Hooper, M.J., and Pettit, T.W., 2020, Mammalian biodiversity data for four bottomland hardwood restoration sites in Northeastern Indiana USA May 2015-August 2016: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P9RXPYRL.

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Mammalian biodiversity data for four bottomland hardwood restoration sites in northeastern Indiana utilizing various sampling methods and level of effort

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Attributes of bat passive acoustic detectors.csv 3.35 KB text/csv
Attributes of mammal grid traps May 2015.csv 536 Bytes text/csv
Attributes of mammal transect traps.csv 6.71 KB text/csv
Bat passive acoustic detectors deployment and bat species detection data.csv 11.44 MB text/csv
Mammal capture data grid traps May 2015.csv 974 Bytes text/csv
Mammal capture data transect traps.csv 52.49 KB text/csv
Presence and absence of mammals captured on game cameras data.csv 295.2 KB text/csv

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The first objective of this study was to survey the mammalian fauna of restored bottomland hardwood forest sites in northeastern Indiana and to monitor the success of those restorations in establishing native mammal communities. The second objective was to evaluate the effect of varying levels of monitoring effort on the information obtained about mammalian communities and develop efficiency recommendations for restoration practitioners.

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  • Columbia Environmental Research Center (CERC)
  • USGS Data Release Products

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