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Sample collection information, single nucleotide polymorphism, and microsatellite data for white-tailed ptarmigan across the species range generated in the Molecular Ecology Lab during 2016
This data release comprises a dataset that contains sample collection information and microsatellite genotypes, and another dataset that contains single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) genotypes with sample collection information for populations of white-tailed ptarmigan across the species' range. There is also an additional file (accession numbers.xlsx) linking samples to accession numbers in Genbank. This data was collected in order to address the following: The delineation of intraspecific units that are evolutionarily and demographically distinct is an important step in the development of species-specific management plans. Neutral genetic variation has served as the primary data source for delineating units for...
To understand the genetic structure of six rare plant species (Acanthomintha ilicifolia, Baccharis vanessae, Chloropyron maritimum ssp. maritimus, Deinandra conjugens, Dicranostegia orcuttiana, Monardella viminea), we obtained samples from known occurrences in San Diego County, prepared and sequenced ddRAD genomic libraries, and developed and analyzed a panel of genetic markers to assess population diversity and divergence. We provide this SNP genotype dataset in Structure format, produced in Stacks v2.0b8, for future monitoring efforts and population genetic analysis. These data support the following publication: Milano, E.R., and Vandergast, A.G., 2018, Population genomic surveys for six rare plant species in...
In 2007, a phase shift from corals to corallimorpharians (CM) was documented at Palmyra Atoll, Line Islands, centered around a shipwreck. Subsequent surveys revealed CM to be overgrowing the reef benthos, including corals and coralline algae, potentially placing coral ecosystems in the atoll at risk. This prompted the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the lead management agency of the atoll, to remove the shipwreck. Subsequent surveys showed reversal of spread of CM around the ship impact site. We explain patterns of spread of the CM in terms of life history and local currents and show with a pilot study that pulverized bleach may be an effective tool to eradicate CM on a local scale. If applied strategically, particularly...
Eight-minute point-transect distance bird surveys were collected in and around Haleakala National Park from 1993-2008. This dataset contains the location, species, and distance to detected birds, as well as identifying initials to distinguish among observers.
These data show the multilocus genotypes, gender, and midline carapace length (MCL) for desert tortoises (Gopherus agassizii) sampled in the central portion of the Mojave desert tortoise range. This data supports the following publication: Dutcher, K.E., Vandergast, A.G., Esque, T.C., Mitelberg, A., Matocq, M.D., Heaton, J.S. and Nussear, K.E., Genes in space: what Mojave Desert tortoise genetics can tell us about landscape connectivity. Conservation Genetics, pp.1-15.
This includes all detection events of black bears that were genotyped from sampling that occurred in 2004.
Locations of two types of hair collection stations for sampling the grizzly and black bear populations in the Glacier National Park region of the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem, Montana, USA. Sampling was conducted during June-October, 2004.
These data show the multilocus genotypes, as well as extraction and sample genotype quality assessments for desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii) scat samples. These data support the following publication: Mitelberg, A., Vandergast, A.G., Nussear, K.E., Dutcher, K. and Esque, T.C., 2019. Development of a Genotyping Protocol for Mojave Desert Tortoise Scat. Chelonian Conservation and Biology. https://doi.org/10.2744/CCB-1394.1.
Files containing detection events from genetic sampling sites associated with the unique identifier of American black bears in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA, 2004.
Developmental Stages of Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) eggs in the Sandusky River (ver. 3.0, July 2020)
Grass Carp Ctenopharyngodon idella was imported to the United States in the 1960s for research into its usefulness as a biocontrol agent for nuisance aquatic vegetation. Escapees and intentionally stocked individuals founded wild, spawning populations in the Mississippi River and tributaries to the Laurentian Great Lakes. USGS-led research on the Sandusky River, a tributary to Lake Erie, demonstrated spawning of Grass Carp in 2015. In 2018, sampling with ichthyoplankton nets in the Sandusky River 11-13 June produced thousands of suspected fertilized Grass Carp eggs. Genetic analysis of 49 eggs identified by microscopic analysis as Grass Carp eggs confirmed all were from Grass Carp, demonstrating 100% accuracy of...
Between 2004 and 2011 bighorn sheep were darted in Glacier National Park and in Dinosaur National Monument. Blood was drawn. These are the genotypes resulting from an Ovine HD array from the bighorns. The first 3 columns refers to bighorn sheep identifiers: 'Herd_Unit', 'IndID', and 'AgencyID'. IndID is the identifier assigned at Montana State University. Subsequent columns each represent a locus, with the values in the locus representing the allele.
Point count survey data collected from 1998 through 2018 to estimate palila aboundance on Mauna Kea. Point counts were conducted on 32 transects surrounding Mauna Kea volcano on Hawaii Island. Transects extended from roughly treeline through the forested area, with survey stations approximately 150 m apart. Counts were conducted for six minutes, during which the species, distance to, and detection type were recorded for all birds observed.
This shapefile is a summary of point count data collected to estimate abundance, showing the distribution of detections in the survey area on Mauna Kea volcano. Data was collected on 13 transects ranging from approximately treeline through the forested area of the mountain. Survey stations were approximately 150 m apart. At each station observers made a six minute count, recording the species of and distance to all birds they observed in that time. Because survey effort varied some (with 2 to 4 visits per station over 2017 to 2018) observed density is presented as count per unit effort == # palila observed / # survey visits in 2017 and 2018.
Ongoing point-count surveys of Mauna Kea volcano on Hawaii were used to estimate abundance of Palila from 1998-2018. This data release includes the point count data used to estimate abundance and a point-process shapefile summarizing observed counts in 2017-2018.