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This data product includes two datasets acquired for the study of northern Yellowstone mule deer seasonal movement and survival patterns. One data set “Point Locations of Radio-collared female northern Yellowstone mule deer” provides details about the date and time of relocations of radio-collared female northern Yellowstone mule deer along with location coordinates. Habitat types with which the deer were associated are also included. The other dataset “Records of mule deer found dead or live captured on the northern Yellowstone winter range, 1993-1997” details live captures and radio-collaring of female mule deer on the northern Yellowstone winter range and details of the known deaths of these deer. It also includes...
USGS Historical Quadrangle in GeoPDF.
Records of mule deer found dead or live captured on the northern Yellowstone winter range, 1993-1997
The data detail the live captures and radio-collaring of female mule deer on the northern Yellowstone winter range - 60 in 1993 and 25 in 1995 - and details of the known deaths of these deer. It also includes records of mule deer of both sexes found dead in the course of field work between 1993 and 1997.
These data are microgravity measurements collected in Yellowstone National Park. Data are collected suing multiple instruments, which each data file representing measurements from a specific instrument during a specific time period. The data dictionary explains the file format and contents, and the dataset will be updated as new data are collected.
Elk within the Clarks Fork herd migrate though some of the most rugged and remote terrain in the lower 48 states. The herd, which numbers around 3,000, winters in the Sunlight Basin and the Absaroka foothills just west of Cody, WY. Winter ranges are a mix of sagebrush hills and lodgepole pine forests, within expansive private ranchlands. During migration, animals travel an average one-way distance of 33 miles, with some animals migrating as far as 67 miles. Spring migrations off of winter range head west towards Yellowstone National Park, up several drainages that flow out of the Absaroka Mountains, including the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone, Crandall Creek, and smaller creeks to the south. Summer ranges consist...
Environmental DNA detection results from samples collected using autonomous water sampling robots and manual approaches. Samples were collected in the Upper Yellowstone River (Montana) and Upper Snake River (Idaho/Wyoming) in 2018 and 2019. Samples were tested for the DNA of the following species: the waterborne protozoa Naegleria spp., the fish pathogen Tetracapsuloides bryosalmonae, Scomber japonicas (mackerel fish), kokanee salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) and dreissenid mussel (Dreissena spp.).
This data set provides details on the date and time of relocations or radio-collared female northern Yellowstone mule deer along with the UTMs of the location. It also includes information on whether the location was obtained from a fixed-wing aircraft or from ground triangulation, whether the location was plotted on a map or obtained by use of a GPS unit in the aircraft, the estimated accuracy of the location, whether or not the deer was seen, and an estimate of the size of the group of deer including the radio-marked animal. It also includes records of the Habitat Types with which the deer was associated, notes on the habitat, whether photos were taken, and the observer and pilot of the aircraft. Finally, there...