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This data release is comprised of a data set that contains specific conductance and chloride concentration data in HUC-8 watersheds that intersect with areas with unconventional oil and gas plays, and a data set that contains atmospheric nitrogen deposition rates and herbaceous plant species richness values across sample sites in the USA. Associated publication: Koenker, R., Chernozhukov, V., Xuming. and Peng, L., 2017, Handbook of quantile regression: Boca Raton, FL, CRC Press.
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Salinity regimes in coastal ecosystems are highly dynamic and driven by complex geomorphic and hydrological processes. Estuarine biota are generally adapted to salinity fluctuation, but are vulnerable to salinity extremes. Characterizing coastal salinity regime for ecological studies therefore requires representing extremes of salinity ranges at various time scales relevant to ecology (e.g., daily, monthly, seasonally). This data release provides supporting data for the journal article titled, "Quantifying uncertainty in coastal salinity regime for biological application using quantile regression," by Yurek et al. (2022). A spatially-resolved model was developed that derives quantile distributions of salinity related...


    map background search result map search result map Water quality, atmospheric nitrogen deposition and herbaceous plant species richness in the USA, 1970-2011 Data Release: Modeling coastal salinity regime for biological application Data Release: Modeling coastal salinity regime for biological application Water quality, atmospheric nitrogen deposition and herbaceous plant species richness in the USA, 1970-2011