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The Portal Project is a long-term ecological study that has been monitoring small mammal community responses to climate and experimental manipulation of dominant rodent species since 1977 in southeastern Arizona. Ecological Level: Community Biome: Desert Location: Southeastern Arizona (Lat/Long) Spatial Scale of data: Each plot is .25 ha. There are...MORE
The Konza Long-term Ecological Research site (LTER) is located on a 3,847 ha tall-grass prairie reserve in Kansas. Konza LTER is divided into experimental watersheds, where each watershed is subjected to a combination of different fire and grazing intensities. Long-term monitoring of small mammal communities has been conducted on a...MORE
This metadataset describes the effects of biodiversity on response variables of experimental studies published between 1974-2004. Dataset Location: Ecological Archives Methods : Data was extracted from 137 published articles, containing 761 measurments, for analysis within this study to determine the effect of biodiversity loss on variables relevant to agriculture, forestry,...MORE
This dataset describes long-term (1977-2002) experimental manipulations of ant, plant and rodent species in a desert ecosystem, among other alterations to the system. Data Location: Ecological Archives Site Location: Chihuahuan Desert, near Portal, Arizona (31 o 56' 20.29" N, 109 o 4' 47.44" W) Sites Georeferenced: Yes (not part of...MORE
This web site hosts data from research in metropolitan Baltimore as a part of the Long Term Ecological Research Network. Data Location: http://www.beslter.org/data_Browser.asp Site Location: Gwynns Falls watershed (76 o 30' N, 39 o 15' W) Baltimore, Maryland Datasets Available: THEMES - biodiversity, demographic/social, education, meteorology, modeling, patches, public health...MORE
Please see details in the cited publication. In addition to the presence absence data, there are also photos of each subplot from 2005 onward. Nelis, L.C. and J.T. Wootton, Treatment-based Markov chain models clarify mechanisms of invasion in an invaded grassland community. Proceedings of the Royal Society Biological Sciences Series...MORE
This website and database hosts records of fossil pollen, charcoal, and mammal assemblages, as well as plant macrofossils, largely from North America, but also globally, throughout the Pleiocene-Quaternary (and Anthropocene). Also included are chronological controls that allow the use of the records through time from the last 5 million years...MORE
The USGS Gap Analysis Program (GAP) is delineating species range and predicted distribution maps for more than 2,000 species that occur within the continental US as well as Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands (we will make these maps and datasets available as they are completed). Our...MORE