Mohonk Preserve Data Publishing
May 8, 2020
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow
Improving data management and analytics in biological and environmental sciences
My work is highlighted on the ESIP Community Fellows Blog
My dataset on amphibian breeding was highlighted as EDI’s featured data contribution
The data risk assessment framework presented in this paper provides a platform from which risk assessments can begin, and a reference point for discussions of data stewardship resource allocations and priorities.
Vernal pool amphibian breeding ecology monitoring from 1931 to Present: a harmonised historical and ongoing observational ecology dataset
With more than 2,480 individual species sampling dates and more than 151,701 recorded individual occurrences of the nine amphibian species, the described dataset represents the longest and largest time-series of herpetological sampling with paired water quality data
Alexis, Megan Napoli, Natalie Feldsine, Penelope Adler-Colvin, Elizabeth Long
The Mohonk Preserve’s Daniel Smiley Research Center has been monitoring species occupancy, reproductive success, and water quality of 11 vernal pools on the Preserve each spring from April 1931 to present
Mohonk Preserve stream water quality, invasive species, and macroinvertebrate sampling from 2017-present
Using concise stream monitoring protocol designed for volunteer safety and maximum data accuracy, StreamWatch will evaluate water quality using an array of parameters.
Mohonk Preserve and Feldsine, Natalie A and Garretson, Alexis, Jessica J and Long, Elizabeth C and Montoya, Anthony J and Napoli, Megan M and Wander, Heather and Citizen Science Volunteers