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These data are the result of two years of pond-breeding amphibian visual encounter surveys conducted across a range of pond types (from highly ephemeral to permanent hydrology) in Mount Rainier, North Cascades, and Olympic National Parks. The R code includes well-annotated code for reorganizing and sub-setting the master data, which should make it much easier to work with than the raw spreadsheet. Associated hydrologic data may be of use for other research applications. Recognize that this amphibian dataset is tied to (1) hydrologic projections developed using the Variable Infiltration Capacity model, which provides historical reconstructions of hydroperiod for most of 20th century and future hydrologic projections...
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This dataset delineates wetland ponds and emergent wetland vegetation in Mt. Rainier National Park. It was created through object based image analysis of high resolution imagery from 2006 and 2009 and LiDAR data acquired in the fall of 2008. Riparian wetlands are not included in this dataset. Accuracy is only verified for wetland ponds in the subalpine region. Forested wetlands, riparian wetlands, and emergent vegetation were only visually assessed. This data maps all wetland habitat, but was primarily used to locate and delineate amphibian habitat in Mt. Rainier National Park.


    map background search result map search result map Wetland Inventory for Mt. Rainier National Park created through object-based image analysis of lidar and high resolution imagery, 2014 Amphibian Occupancy in Ponds in Olympic, Mount Rainier, and North Cascades National Parks: amphibian presence, site, and survey attributes, 2012-2013 Wetland Inventory for Mt. Rainier National Park created through object-based image analysis of lidar and high resolution imagery, 2014 Amphibian Occupancy in Ponds in Olympic, Mount Rainier, and North Cascades National Parks: amphibian presence, site, and survey attributes, 2012-2013