Data from: Interspecies Transmission from Pigs to Ferrets of Antigenically Distinct Swine H1 Influenza A Viruses with Reduced Reactivity to Candidate Vaccine Virus Antisera as Measures of Relative Zoonotic Risk
The dataset includes clinical data from an experimental swine and ferret challenge and transmission study with 3 strains of swine H1 influenza A virus. Data are presented in two spreadsheets, one for pigs and one for ferrets.
Data from: Response to selection for parasitism of a sub-optimal, low-preference host in an aphid parasitoid
Data are presented on the response to selection and genetic architecture of parasitism of a sub-optimal, low-preference host species by an aphid parasitoid, Aphelinus rhamni, a candidate for introduction against the soybean aphid, *Aphis glycines*.
Data from: Antigenic distance between North American swine and human seasonal H3N2 influenza A viruses as an indication of zoonotic risk to humans
An investigation of antigenic relationships between North American swine H3N2 influenza A viruses (IAV) and human seasonal vaccine strains was conducted to assess the zoonotic risk to humans. Human seasonal vaccine strains were cultured on MDCK cells or eggs and the HA gene was verified by sequencing on a Sanger method at National Animal Disease Center (NADC). A consensus HA sequence was generated using Geneious Software.
On-Farm Residue Removal Study for Resilient Economic Agricultural Practices in Morris, Minnesota
Interest in harvesting crop residues for energy has waxed and waned since the oil embargo of 1973. Since the at least the late 1990’s interest has been renewed due to concern of peak oil, highly volatile natural gas prices, replacing fossil fuel with renewable sources and a push for energy independence. The studies conducted on harvesting crop residues during the 1970’s and1980’s focused primarily on erosion risk and nutrient removal as a result early estimates of residue availability focused on erosion control.
Data from: Comparison of the performance of an eriophyid mite, Aceria salsolae, on nontarget plants in the laboratory and in the field
These data measure changes in population size of the eriophyid mite, *Aceria salsolae*, on target and nontarget plants in the laboratory and field experiments to help assess host plant specificity and suitability as a biological control agent of Russian thistle, *Salsola tragus*
Grass-Cast Database - Data on aboveground net primary productivity (ANPP), climate data, NDVI, and cattle weight gain for Western U.S. rangelands
Grass-Cast - the grassland productivity forecast system - uses almost 40 years of historical data on weather and vegetation growth to provide estimates of growing season aboveground net primary production (ANPP). This Database details the data sets that are used for informing the projection model.
Data from: All-hazards dataset mined from the US National Incident Management System 1999–2014
ICS-209-PLUS is a new dataset mined from the public archive (1999–2014) of the U.S. National Incident Management System/Incident Command System Incident Status Summary Form (a total of 124,411 reports for 25,083 incidents, including 24,608 wildfires). This system captures detailed information on incident management costs, personnel, hazard characteristics, values at risk, fatalities, and structural damage.
Data from: United States wildlife and wildlife product imports from 2000–2014
Data are presented on 15 years of the importation of wildlife and their derived products into the United States (2000–2014), originally collected by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. These data include >2 million wildlife or wildlife product shipments, representing >60 biological classes and >3.2 billion live organisms. The data were curated and cleaned, and taxonomic information added to improve usability.