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1. Surface meteorological data from a network of automatic weather stations at a number of Antarctic sites and sub-Antarctic sites. [antarctic_aws]
Surface meteorological data are provided from a network of Automatic Weather Stations (AWS) at 20 sites in remote regions of East Antarctica, and one at sub-Antarctic Heard Island. These stations ...


2. Effects of Military Training and Fire in the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area [usgsbrdfresc0003]
The unique characteristics of the Snake River Canyon and the adjoining upland desert south of Boise, Idaho, have been recognized since the 1940s (Olendorff and Kochert 1977). An area associated with ...


3. Predictive Model of Golden Eagle Distribution in Idaho and Montana [UAF_goldeneagledistributionIDMT]
Because of growing concern in recent years about the status of golden eagle populations in western North America and the need for a more complete understanding of the preferences of this ...


4. Gridded Species Distribution, Version 1: Birds of the Americas Family Richness Grids [CIESIN_SEDAC_SPECIES_BIRD_RICH]
The Birds of the Americas Family Richness Grids of the Gridded Species Distribution, Version 1 are the aggregations of the Presence Grids data at the family level. They are available in 30-arc second ...


5. Gridded Species Distribution, Version 1: Birds of the Americas Original Grids [CIESIN_SEDAC_SPECIES_BIRD_ORIG]
The Original Grids of the Gridded Bird Species Distribution of the Americas are converted 1- kilometer grid cell data in the Geographic Coordinate System (GCS) that cover North America, South America ...


6. Gridded Species Distribution, Version 1: Birds of the Americas Presence Grids [CIESIN_SEDAC_SPECIES_BIRD_PRES]
The Birds of the Americas Family Presence Grids of the Gridded Species Distribution, Version 1 is a reclassified version of the original grids of the bird species distribution maps of North America, ...


7. Toxic Chemicals in Canadian Seabirds [gomc_39]
The Canadian Wildlife Service (CWS) mandate includes, in addition to wildlife legislation, the laws and programs of Canada governing the use and release of toxic chemicals which may harm wildlife ...


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