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These data provide information on the relationship between California red-legged frogs and their habitat in a unique ecosystem to better conserve this threatened species while restoring habitat for rare dune plants and animals.
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These data provide information on the relationship between California red-legged frogs and their habitat in a unique ecosystem to better conserve this threatened species while restoring habitat for rare dune plants and animals.
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This data release includes three types of data used in habitat modeling, and predictions from the habitat models. (1) Predictor rasters for proportion urban development within 1-km radius, proportion exurban within 1-km radius, vector ruggedness measure (VRM) within 500-m radius, topographic position index (TPI) within 500-m radius. (2) Twenty-nine null models for space use for 29 different golden eagles. (3) Twenty-nine response variable rasters of eagle locations per cell for 29 golden eagles. (4) A raster for predicted population-level probability of habitat selection and contours for predicted population-level probability of habitat selection and contours. These data support the following publication: Tracey,...
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California Red-legged Frogs (Rana draytonii) are typically regarded as inhabitants of permanent ponds, marshes, and slow-moving streams, but their ecology in other habitats, including coastal dunes, remains obscure. To avoid and minimize potential negative effects of dune restoration activities, we studied the spatial ecology, habitat selection, and survival of California Red-legged Frogs in coastal dune drainages at Point Reyes National Seashore, California. Frogs remained in their home drainages throughout the summer, and, with some notable exceptions, most remained close to water. Home ranges of California Red-legged Frogs in dunes were generally small, and they selected areas near water with logs that served...
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These data provide information on the survival of California red-legged frogs in a unique ecosystem to better conserve this threatened species while restoring habitat for rare dune plants and animals.
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These data provide information on the relationship between California red-legged frogs and their habitat in a unique ecosystem to better conserve this threatened species while restoring habitat for rare dune plants and animals.
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The data was collected at two lower Mississippi River sites and consists of year round pallid sturgeon Scaphirhynchus albus capture attributes (including habitat type at capture location) from 116 telemetry-tagged fish and habitat area estimation for the sites.


    map background search result map search result map California Red-Legged Frogs in Point Reyes coastal dune drainages (2015) Habitat Observations Habitat Selection Movement Survival Predictor, null model, response variable, and habitat suitability prediction rasters for a golden eagle hierarchical Bayesian synoptic model used for habitat selection in San Diego County, California. Derived from golden eagle data collected from November 2014-February 2017 Pallid sturgeon seasonal habitat selection in a large free-flowing river, the lower Mississippi River, 2009-2015-Data California Red-Legged Frogs in Point Reyes coastal dune drainages (2015) Habitat Observations Habitat Selection Movement Survival Predictor, null model, response variable, and habitat suitability prediction rasters for a golden eagle hierarchical Bayesian synoptic model used for habitat selection in San Diego County, California. Derived from golden eagle data collected from November 2014-February 2017 Pallid sturgeon seasonal habitat selection in a large free-flowing river, the lower Mississippi River, 2009-2015-Data