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These data were compiled to assess physiological responses of plants to short-term changes in streamflow, both increased and decreased. Objective(s) of our study were to determine the degree to which plants with different habitat preferences and functional strategies responded to short-term increases or decreases in the elevation of the water table. These data represent streamflow rates, temperature, and metrics of plant water status. These data were collected in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area from March 13-27, 2021, and collected by the U.S. Geological Survey-Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center. Streamflow data were obtained from the Lees Ferry gage station, and temperature data were obtained from...
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This data package presents legacy data on Emperor Goose, Cackling Goose, Black Brant, and Greater White-fronted Goose, breeding biology, behavior, and morphology collected at study sites near Kokechik Bay on the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge (previously Clarence Rhodes National Wildlife Refuge), Alaska during the summers of 1982 through 1988. These data were collected to provide a basis for the evaluation of long-term changes in Emperor Goose and other waterfowl biology on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska.
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This package contains information collected during avian and habitat survey data at five national parks/monuments: Cape Krusenstern National Monument, Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, Kobuk Valley National Park, Noatak National Preserve, and Bering Land Bridge National Preserve. The objectives of the surveys were to document the occurrence of 90 percent of the bird species likely to occur in montane habitats and determine the distribution and abundance of species of special concern.
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The tabular dataset is a compilation of all historic observations of whooping crane locations up through 1941. Most of the records were obtained from Robert Porter Allen's 1952 report, "The Whooping Crane"; an additional 73 records were added from records found since 1952. Records include source (Allen 1952 [The Whooping Crane, Audubon]or other), location name, county, state or province, country (Canada, US, Mexico), estimated latitude and longitude, year, month, day, life stage (breeding, summering, wintering, migration, unknown), season (spring, summer, fall, winter), observer's name, and logical indicators of nesting, specimen taken, observer identified, or if captive bird. Completeness of each record is variable....


    map background search result map search result map Whooping Crane historic observation records, 1722-1941 Hydric and mesic riparian plant species data for quantifying divergent physiological responses to a Colorado River experimental flow Breeding Biology, Behavior, and Morphology of Emperor Geese and Other Waterfowl near Kokechik Bay, Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska during 1982-1988 Data from the Inventory of Montane-nesting Birds in the Arctic Network of National Parks, Alaska, 1988-2003 Breeding Biology, Behavior, and Morphology of Emperor Geese and Other Waterfowl near Kokechik Bay, Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska during 1982-1988 Hydric and mesic riparian plant species data for quantifying divergent physiological responses to a Colorado River experimental flow Data from the Inventory of Montane-nesting Birds in the Arctic Network of National Parks, Alaska, 1988-2003 Whooping Crane historic observation records, 1722-1941