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These datasets include occurrence points and trait data for freshwater fishes, amphibians, and reptiles native to Oregon State. Occurrence data were extracted from the VertNet database and include points within Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, as well as points found within ecoregions that overlap with Oregon state (U.S. EPA Level III EcoRegions). Occurrence points include records from years 1930-2002, and only records with associated museum voucher specimens were included. Database was updated to include one record per species, per year, at a given location. Records were evaluated by taxonomic experts for each species, and suspicious records were either verified or excluded. Trait data were gathered from published...
Abstract (from ScienceDirect): Rarity and life history traits inform multiple dimensions of intrinsic risk to climate and environmental change and can help systematically identify at-risk species. We quantified relative geographic rarity (area of occupancy), climate niche breadth, and life history traits for 114 freshwater fishes, amphibians, and reptiles in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. Our approach leveraged presence-only, publicly available data and traits-based inference to evaluate area of occupancy, climate sensitivity (i.e., climate niche breadth), and a Rarity and Climate Sensitivity (RCS) index of all species across multiple geographic extents, grain sizes, and data types. The RCS index was relatively stable...


    map background search result map search result map Occurrence locations and trait data for freshwater fishes, amphibians, and reptiles native to the state of Oregon Occurrence locations and trait data for freshwater fishes, amphibians, and reptiles native to the state of Oregon