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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 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
"The Pollinator Conservation Digital Library is a knowledge base and online community for pollinator researchers. Through this interactive site you can browse and search databases of resources and projects, find other people and organizations, as well as find news and events about pollinator related topics. We welcome your ideas and...MORE
Includes published and unpublished records of Neotropical stingless bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae, Meliponini) plant usage determined through both transect studies and pollen analyses. I have matched data to current bee species names following the Moure catalog ( http://moure.cria.org.br/index ), and plant classification following GBIF ( http://data.gbif.org/welcome.htm ). Dataset Location: Please contact...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