This data publication contains the data and shapefiles used in Potts, et al. (2004) The Changing Midwest Assessment: land cover, natural resources, and people. GTR-NC-250 from the North Central Research Station.
BeeTrees is a data set that contains information about tropical and sub-tropical trees utilized by bees for nectar and pollen sources. There are over 500 trees included in this data set, which has been compiled from global literature references.
This feature class [lpp_mpb_USFSR1_20160601] contains stand characteristics of lodgepole pine in 2002 and mountain pine beetle attack severity data from 1999-2014 summarized by subwatershed in the USDA Northern Region 1.
Cloud forest data for "Neotropical cloud forests and páramo to contract and dry from declines in cloud immersion and frost"
This data publication includes all cloud forest data for Helmer et al. (2019) "Neotropical cloud forests and páramo to contract and dry from declines in cloud immersion and frost".
Individual and environmental factors affecting lifetime reproduction and long-term (summed across sequential breeders) territory-specific reproduction by northern goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) in northern Arizona, USA
The northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) is listed as a sensitive species on most National Forests and has been shown to be affected by various forest management practices, especially logging and fire management.
We investigated how wood-cavity-nesting bee species richness, nesting success, as well as nesting and floral resources varied across gradients of wildfire severity and time-since-burn (Simananok and Burkle 2019).