Data for: Viability of multiple populations across the range of a species at risk: the case of Pitcher's Thistle, Cirsium pitcheri, in Canada
Contributors: Patrick Nantel, Christine Drake, Judith Jones
... Three populations at Pukaskwa National Park (Ontario, Canada) were surveyed annually between 1982 and 2015, and an additional 33 populations on Lake Huron were monitored annually between 2000 and 2017, with methods standardized in 2004. Monitoring at each location consisted in recording the total number of plants by life stage (i.e., seedling, rosette, or mature/flowering). The data here are for number of rosettes only. One sheet contains the survey data for each population, another sheet contains information on the population locations and the area surveyed in each.
Data for: Ecological stoichiometry and environmental influencing factors of soil nutrients in the karst rocky desertification ecosystem, Southwest China
Contributors: sheng mao-yin, Pan Wan, Jing Tian, Linjiao Wang
... Supplementary table S1, S2, and S3.
Data for: Understanding the Nursery Habitat and Provision Service of NTFP in a Colombia Oak Forest: A Case of a Nomadic Vine
Contributors: RENE LOPEZ CAMACHO, nelly Rodriguez eraso, Blanca Luz Caleño Ruíz
Contributors: Monica Virginia Biondo
... Trade data of marine ornamental fishes to Switzerland, diversity, volume and origin.
Contributors: C. Antonio Ríos-Saldaña, Miguel Delibes-Mateos, Catarina C. Ferreira
... This dataset has been used for the analysis presented in the paper C.A. Ríos-Saldaña, M. Delibes-Mateos, C. Ferreira, Are fieldwork studies being relegated to second place in conservation science?, Glob. Ecol. Conserv. 14 (2018) e00389. Those data results from searching, in Thomson Scientific’s Web of Knowledge database, the “Biodiversity and Conservation” subject heading line and restrict the search to results since 1980. Using these search term, we downloaded the publication information, i.e., title, abstract, author, publication year, source, volume, issue, pages, as a tab-delimited text file, suitable for further processing. They have been enriched with values coming from Scholar Google (cites), Journal Citation Reports (Impact factor, quartile), and the own analysis, that consisted of reading and screening each article to determine it was based on fieldwork (i.e. papers that reported new observational and/orfield investigations) or not (for more details see Ríos-Saldaña et al. 2018).
Contributors: Jennifer Kelly
... Interview Instrument
Contributors: Chris Smith, Peter Njoroge, Matthew D. Johnson, Megan Milligan
... Separate data sets, including all independent variables used to analyze the bird community with regards to landscape and arthropod related questions.
Data for: A novel Multilevel Biodiversity Index (MBI) for combined field and satellite imagery surveys
Contributors: Roberto Cazzolla Gatti, Notarnicola Claudia
... Species list of South-East Murgia (Apulia, Italy)
Data for: Age, sex, and climate factors show different effects on survival of three different bat species in a woodland bat community
Contributors: Antica Culina, David MacDonald, Danielle Linton
... Description of the Capture hisotries for 3 species of bats: Myotis daubentonii, M. nattereri, and Plecotus auritus These datasets have been implemented in the program E-SURGE (Choquet et al. 2009) Capture histories were consturcted using data on captures of roosing bats, between April and October of 2007 to 2014. Time-span:2007-2014 Location: Wytham Woods (51o 77’ N, 1o 33’ W) Data Creator: Antica Culina, email@example.com; ORCID: 0000-0003-2910-8085 Species: Myotis daubentonii, M. nattereri, and Plecotus auritus Related publication: Age, sex, and climate factors show different effects on survival of three different bat species in a woodland bat community (Antica Culina, Danielle M. Linton, and David W. Macdonald) H: = a caputre hisotry for each bat in 8 subsequent years, 0 means the bat was not captured in relevant spring, and 1 that is was S: = number of times the capture history appears in the dataset $COV:Sex = sex of the individual (F=female; M=male) $COV:Age = age of the individual at the time of the first capture (a = juvenile; b= adult) $COV:social = a social group a bat belogns to