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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
This web site hosts data from the Konza Prairie Long Term Ecological Research Network from a central US grassland. Dataset Location: http://www.konza.ksu.edu/KNZ/pages/data/knzdata.aspx Site Location: Flint Hills Region, northeastern Kansas (39 o 05'N, 96 o 35' W) Datasets Available: THEMES - physical environment; net primary productivity; plant populations and communities; terrestrial...MORE
This web site hosts data from the Luquillo Long Term Ecological Research Network from both tropical forest and metropolis ecosystems of Puerto Rico. Dataset Location: http://luq.lternet.edu/data/ Site Location: Luquillo Mountains (San Juan) of Puerto Rico Datasets Available: THEMES - meteorology; hydrology; disturbance; nutrient and carbon dynamics; vegetation dynamics; animal population...MORE
Data from the Virginia Coast Reserve Long-Term Ecological Research site. Data: http://www1.vcrlter.virginia.edu/home1/?q=dataCatalog or http://metacat.lternet.edu/das/lter/browse.jsp#VCR Research Topics: Holocene barrier island geology; salt marsh ecology, geology, and hydrology; ecology/evolution of insular vertebrates; primary/secondary succession; life-form modeling of succession. The Virginia Coast Reserve (VCR) is an extremely dynamic, heterogeneous coastal barrier landscape comprising...MORE