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These data contain the raw quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) results for all Ceratocystis lukuohia and huliohia testing of ʻōhiʻa trees, soil, and seedlings.
Categories: Data; Tags: Hawaii, environment
This data release includes data and metadata on 1) avian diet 2) seed rain 3) understory plant composition 4) seedling abundance and 5) sampling locations for these sites. In addition it includes data on seedling abundance, grass cover and light levels for a grass removal/seed addition experiment . All sites were within Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge on Hawaii Island. This study looked at multiple biotic interactions that potentially lead to self-reinforcing feedbacks within intact forest and degraded forest sites. Most of this study was done with sampling, however we also implemented an experiment in which we manipulated grass biomass and seed addition to specifically ask how these factors limit native...
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This data release includes data and metadata on 1) the coverage and composition of plants 2) species specific plant traits 3) sampling locations and 4) environmental data. All sites were within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on Hawaii Island. Plant cover data were obtained from National Park Service Inventory and Monitoring Program. Plant trait data was collected for these plots in 2014. This study aims to evaluate how traits of native and exotic plant species change along environmental gradients and what this suggests for plant competition and invasion.
This data release includes data and metadata on 1) avian diet 2) seed rain 3) understory plant composition 4) seedling abundance and 5) sampling locations for these sites. In addition it includes data on seedling abundance, grass cover and light levels for a grass removal/seed addition experiment . All sites were within Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge on Hawaii Island. This study looked at multiple biotic interactions that potentially lead to self-reinforcing feedbacks within intact forest and degraded forest sites. This data, in particular, focuses on the basal area of different species of fruiting plants within 20m of all of the seedrain traps.
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This data release includes monthly census data of 120 out-planted ʻōhiʻa seedlings in different treatment groups and associated metadata from February 2019 - February 2020 at Keaukaha Military Reservation in Hilo, HI. Six seedlings each were planted around 20 focal trees, half of which tested positive for Rapid ʻŌhiʻa Death, half of which tested negative. Three of the six seedlings were weeded for nearby invasive species and the other three were not. Initial height of seedlings, whether they were damaged at time of planting, and whether they were initially grown in a dibble tube or pot was also recorded. After initial damage to many seedlings by ungulates, we decided to apply a fencing treatment for ungulate exclusion...
Categories: Data; Tags: Hawaii, environment
This data release includes data and metadata on a large-scale seed addition and grass removal experiment that varied both seed rain and grass cover. All sites were within Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge on Hawaii Island. Broadly, this study asks what thresholds of seed rain and native and exotic plant cover are needed for passive forest regeneration. Specifically this data decribes the percent cover of grass over time in plots where we experimantally added varying levels of seed rain and/or manipulated grass biomass manually.
This data release includes data and metadata on bird-mediated and passive seed rain for sites selected to have a range of understory cover under canopy trees (Metrosideros polymorpha and Acacia koa). All sites were within Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge on Hawaii Island. Broadly, this study asks what thresholds of seed rain and native and exotic plant cover are needed for passive forest regeneration. Quantifying natural seed rain rates in different habitat types was needed to better understand how these thresholds function.
This data release includes data and metadata on 1) avian diet 2) seed rain 3) understory plant composition 4) seedling abundance and 5) sampling locations for these sites. In addition it includes data on seedling abundance, grass cover and light levels for a grass removal/seed addition experiment . All sites were within Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge on Hawaii Island. This study looked at multiple biotic interactions that potentially lead to self-reinforcing feedbacks within intact forest and degraded forest sites. Specifically, this data set provides grass biomass data for plots where we implemented a grass removal/seed addition experiment in order to look at how these two factors relate to each other...
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Dataset includes publicly available geologic and rainfall data, and environmental and ecological data derived or collected for this project. Specifically, water infiltration measurements, interepreted field-saturated hydraulic conductivity values, ungulate activity, vegetation cover, general soil and weather conditions data are included. Soil samples were collected, lab analyzed, and are included in the dataset. Field-collected data are associated with plots that encompassed approximately a 3 x 3 m area; site data represent approximately 20 x 20 m. First posted: 4 March 2020 (available from author) Revised: April 13, 2020 (version 2.0) The revision is provided due to minor refinement of the dataset and updated...
This data release includes data and metadata on 1) avian diet 2) seed rain 3) understory plant composition 4) seedling abundance and 5) sampling locations for these sites. In addition it includes data on seedling abundance, grass cover and light levels for a grass removal/seed addition experiment . All sites were within Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge on Hawaii Island. This study looked at multiple biotic interactions that potentially lead to self-reinforcing feedbacks within intact forest and degraded forest sites. Specifically, this data set addresses bird-mediated seed rain as measured by aerial seed rain traps under koa and ʻōhiʻa trees along two transects moving from intact forest uphill into restoration...
This data release includes data and metadata on 1) avian diet 2) seed rain 3) understory plant composition 4) seedling abundance and 5) sampling locations for these sites. In addition it includes data on seedling abundance, grass cover and light levels for a grass removal/seed addition experiment . All sites were within Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge on Hawaii Island. This study looked at multiple biotic interactions that potentially lead to self-reinforcing feedbacks within intact forest and degraded forest sites. The avian diet data, in particular, encompasses three years of fecal sample collection from spring time mist netting activities. We identified all seeds that were found in fecals to give an idea...
This data release includes data and metadata on seedling germination and survival for a large-scale seed addition and grass removal experiment that varied both seed rain and grass cover. All sites were within Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge on Hawaii Island. Broadly, this study asks what thresholds of seed rain and native and exotic plant cover are needed for passive forest regeneration. As a part of that, we created an experiment that varied seed rain in order to ascertain if seedling recruitment exhibits threshold effects.
This data release includes data and metadata on tree and shrub identity and basal area within 5 m2 radius plots centered around old growth Acacia koa, planted Acacia koa, old growth Metrosideros polymorpha, and in open, exotic grass dominated sites. Our goal was to ask if understory communities differed between these habitat types and how this relates to other ecosystem factors such as seed rain and exotic grass cover. Broadly, this study asks what thresholds of seed rain and native and exotic plant cover are needed for passive forest regeneration.
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Data were collected to ascertain whether restoration is possible in ROD-affected areas. We addressed this question by testing soils and adult ʻōhiʻa trees for ROD-causing Ceratocystis DNA and viable spores before outplanting young ʻōhiʻa adjacent to ROD-positive and ROD-negative trees in these environments.
Categories: Data; Tags: Hawaii, environment
This data release includes data and metadata on 1) avian diet 2) seed rain 3) understory plant composition 4) seedling abundance and 5) sampling locations for these sites. In addition it includes data on seedling abundance, grass cover and light levels for a grass removal/seed addition experiment . All sites were within Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge on Hawaii Island. This study looked at multiple biotic interactions that potentially lead to self-reinforcing feedbacks within intact forest and degraded forest sites. This data in particular quantifies natural seedling regeneration in our sites, and the cover of different substrates and vegetation in the immediate area of these seedlings.
This data release includes data and metadata on 1) avian diet 2) seed rain 3) understory plant composition 4) seedling abundance and 5) sampling locations for these sites. In addition it includes data on seedling abundance, grass cover and light levels for a grass removal/seed addition experiment . All sites were within Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge on Hawaii Island. This study looked at multiple biotic interactions that potentially lead to self-reinforcing feedbacks within intact forest and degraded forest sites. Specifically, this data describes seedling recruitment in experimental plots where we add seed and removed grass to ask what limits seedling recruitment in this ecosystem.


    map background search result map search result map Hawaiian Islands datasets quantifying the effects of invasive animals and plants on native forests across the archipelago 2019 (ver. 2.0 April 2020) Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Plant Trait, Percent Cover, and Environmental Data 2014 Ceratocystis Quantitative PCR Results Seedling Mortality of ʻŌhiʻa by Treatment Group at Keaukaha Military Reserve 2019-2020 Location of Focal ʻŌhiʻa Trees Used for Outplanting ʻŌhiʻa Seedlings, and Tree and Surrounding Soil ROD Test Results Avian diet data for Hakalau Forest, Hawaii, 2012-2016 Basal stem area of fruiting understory data for Hakalau Forest, Hawaii, 2015-2016 Grass Biomass in experimental plots, Hakalau Forest, Hawaii, 2015 Light transmittance in experimental plots, Hakalau Forest, Hawaii, 2015 Seed rain data for Hakalau Forest, Hawaii, 2015-2016 Seedlings and cover data for Hakalau Forest, Hawaii, 2012-2016 Seedlings in experimental plots, Hakalau Forest, Hawaii, 2015 Basal area in sampling plots, Hakalau Forest NWR Mean grass cover in grass removal, seed addition experiment, Hakalau Forest NWR Seed rain in sampling plots, Hakalau Forest NWR Seedlings in seed addition, grass removal experiment, Hakalau Forest NWR Ceratocystis Quantitative PCR Results Seedling Mortality of ʻŌhiʻa by Treatment Group at Keaukaha Military Reserve 2019-2020 Location of Focal ʻŌhiʻa Trees Used for Outplanting ʻŌhiʻa Seedlings, and Tree and Surrounding Soil ROD Test Results Avian diet data for Hakalau Forest, Hawaii, 2012-2016 Basal stem area of fruiting understory data for Hakalau Forest, Hawaii, 2015-2016 Grass Biomass in experimental plots, Hakalau Forest, Hawaii, 2015 Light transmittance in experimental plots, Hakalau Forest, Hawaii, 2015 Seed rain data for Hakalau Forest, Hawaii, 2015-2016 Seedlings and cover data for Hakalau Forest, Hawaii, 2012-2016 Seedlings in experimental plots, Hakalau Forest, Hawaii, 2015 Basal area in sampling plots, Hakalau Forest NWR Mean grass cover in grass removal, seed addition experiment, Hakalau Forest NWR Seed rain in sampling plots, Hakalau Forest NWR Seedlings in seed addition, grass removal experiment, Hakalau Forest NWR Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Plant Trait, Percent Cover, and Environmental Data 2014 Hawaiian Islands datasets quantifying the effects of invasive animals and plants on native forests across the archipelago 2019 (ver. 2.0 April 2020)