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In this study US Geological Survey scientists collected pollen samples from honey bee (Apis mellifera) colonies distributed across North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota, in 2015 and 2016. Sequencing of nuclear ribosomal loci was used to determine the number and abundance of flowering plant taxa. The data contain counts of Operational Taxonomic Unit (OTU) reads of honey bee collected pollen from apiary locations throughout the growing season.
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This dataset includes pollen sample weight in grams and percent crude protein collected by honey bees (Apis mellifera) across 38 apiaries in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota approximately weekly from June through September in 2015 and 2016. Additionally it includes the hectares of different land covers (corn, Zea mays, & soybeans, Glycine max, grasslands, bee forage crops, and wetlands) located within a 4 km radius of each apiary.
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These data were collected to fulfill multiple Inter-agency agreements established by US Geological Survey and multiple partners: US Department of Agriculture-Farm Service Agency, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the Honey Bee Health Coalition. In this study USGS scientists conducted floral resource and insect pollinator assessments across multiple land covers in North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota from 2015 to 2019. Sampling was done along 2x20m transects in June through September by a single observer. All transects were located on private or public grasslands such as Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) lands, Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) lands, managed pasture, haylands,...


    map background search result map search result map Data release for: Do the quality and quantity of honey bee-collected pollen vary across an agricultural land-use gradient? Dataset: Molecular identification of honey bee collected pollen in the Northern Great Plains, North America, 2015-2016 Dataset: Plant and bee transects in the Northern Great Plains, USA 2015-2019 Dataset: Molecular identification of honey bee collected pollen in the Northern Great Plains, North America, 2015-2016 Dataset: Plant and bee transects in the Northern Great Plains, USA 2015-2019 Data release for: Do the quality and quantity of honey bee-collected pollen vary across an agricultural land-use gradient?