subject: Forestry and Natural Resources date: 2018

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Key ecological research concepts between 1980 and 2016


Songlin Fei, 0000-0003-2772-0166


Occurrence and co-occurrence frequency of major concepts in ecological research between 1980 and 2016.

Big Literature Content Analysis Ecological concepts Forestry and Natural Resources

Trophic indicator data for fishes collected from nearshore Lake Michigan in 2010


Carolyn Foley, Sergiusz Czesny, Tomas Hook, 0000-0001-9185-6741, Zachary S Feiner


Raw data for: Feiner, Z.S., C.J. Foley, et al. Species identity matters when interpreting trophic markers in aquatic food webs. PLOS ONE. Diet content, stable isotope, and fatty acid data for individual fishes collected from nearshore Lake Michigan.

Diet Fatty Acid Forestry and Natural Resources Lake Michigan Round Goby Spottail Shiner Stable Isotope Yellow Perch

Forest biodiversity, productivity, and associated biotic and abiotic factors in USA


Insu Jo, Songlin Fei, 0000-0003-2772-0166


This publication includes plot level information from USA forests, which has the following variables: Plot ID, Ecoregion, MAT, TAP, Aridity index, Stem density, Stand age, C:N ratio, Richness, and Productivity.

Biodiversity Climate Forest Forestry and Natural Resources Productivity

Data on native tree diversity (species richness and phylogenetic), biomass, relative density, tree height, and invasive plants in forests of the eastern USA


Basil Iannone, Christopher Oswalt, Insu Jo, Kevin Potter, Qinfeng Guo, Songlin Fei, 0000-0003-2772-0166


The data published here are used to investigate the drivers of this heterogeneity in the context of known contributions of native trees to the resistance of forests in the eastern United States of America to plant invasions.

Biodiversity Biotic Resistance Forestry and Natural Resources Invasive Species Phylogenetic Diversity

Shifts in forest composition in the eastern United States


Jonathan A Knott, Songlin Fei, 0000-0003-2772-0166


Aim Forest ecosystems in the United States (US) are facing major challenges such as climate change, exotic invasion, and fragmentation. It is widely believed that forest composition in the eastern US are transitioning from shade-intolerant,...

Fire Tolerance Forest Ecology Forestry and Natural Resources Mesophication Shade Tolerance

The influence of landscape and environmental factors on ranavirus epidemiology in a California amphibian assemblage


Brian James Tornabene, Jason T. Hoverman, 0000-0002-4002-2728


These data correspond to a paper entitled "The influence of landscape and environmental factors on ranavirus epidemiology in a California amphibian assemblage" by Tornabene et al. published in Freshwater Biology.

Amphibian Dilution Effect Disease Ecology Emerging Infectious Diseases Forestry and Natural Resources Iridovirus Multimodel Inference Ranavirus Reservoir Species

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