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The North American Breeding Bird Survey (1966-present) consists of data on the diversity and abundance of summer bird assemblages at approximately 5000 sites across the continental U.S. and Canada. Sampling began in 1966 and many sites have time-series that are at least 20 years long.MORE
Bird Abundances at Hubbard Brook (1969-2010) and on three replicate plots (1986-2000) in the White Mountain National Forest. Dataset Location: http://hubbardbrook.org/data/dataset.php?id=81 Site Location: Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, White Mountain National Forest, West Thornton, New Hampshire, USA Spatial Scale of data: a total of four 10-hectare plots Timespan: 1969-2010 Sampling Frequency:...MORE
This web site hosts information about the entire fossil record, including information about fossil collections, individual plants and animals, taxonomic groups, references to publications, stratigraphic units, time scales, and time intervals. Data Location: paleobiodb.org Data Available: collection, occurrence, specimen records, taxonomic names/opinion, measurements of specimens Comments: Tools are available on...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
Spot-mapping data for birds combined with information on the local vegetation. This includes information on the number and position of singing males and breeding pairs, as well as information on the number of nests and fledglings. Plots vary in scale from 10 hectares (in closed habitats) to 40 hectares (in...MORE
eBird is a catalog of 'checklists' for bird species observed globally by novice and experienced bird observers reporting to the eBird Citizen Science Project run by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society. 'Checklists' include presence/absence, species count, and location information for a single obervation event. Four...MORE