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.
Data presented here are from a long-term project that has been monitoring benthic invertebrate abundance and biomass in 7 streams within the Big Creek watershed.
NorWeST is an interagency stream temperature database and model for the western United States containing data from over 20,000 unique stream locations.
NorWeST summer stream temperature scenarios were developed for all rivers and streams in the western U.S. from the > 20,000 stream sites in the NorWeST database where mean August stream temperatures were recorded.
Raster surfaces created from the cost-effective mapping of longleaf extent and condition using NAIP imagery and FIA data project
This data publication contains twenty-four GeoTIFF files for four significant geographic areas (SGAs) in Alabama, Florida, and Georgia.
This data publication contains overstory tree measurements collected between 1931 and 2003 at the Bartlett Experimental Forest in Bartlett, New Hampshire.
These data include 2014 - 2019 eDNA field sample points indicating lab results for presence or absence of bull trout. Sample sites are spaced at a 1 kilometer interval throughout the historical range of bull trout.
This package contains data from a 2003 study of visitors to the Situk River in the Gulf of Alaska. A sample of recreation visitors at the Yakutat airport departure point were interviewed between April and September.
Diurnal breeding bird data for unmanaged Douglas-fir forests in western Washington and Oregon: 1984-1986
This data publication contains bird count data from breeding bird surveys conducted between 1984 and 1986 in 151 natural fire-regenerated Douglas-fir stands within 3 provinces of Washington and Oregon: Southern Washington Cascade Range, Oregon Cas