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Submissions from 2022
Loggerhead Sea Turtle Hatching Success Study Data, John Carroll
Size Assortative Mating in the Clown Weevil, Denson K. McLain
Submissions from 2020
Dataset for Rainfall interception and redistribution by a common North American understory and pasture forb, Eupatorium capillifolium (Lam. dogfennel), D Alex Gordon, Miriam Coenders-Gerrits, Brent A. Sellers, S. M. Moein Sadeghi, and John T. Van Stan II
Dataset for Grand Theft Hydro? Stemflow Interception and Redirection by Neighboring Tradescantia Ohiensis Raf. (Spiderwort) Plants, Daliza Rivera-Matos and John T. Van Stan II
Dataset for Wrack and Ruin: Legacy Hydrologic Effects of Hurricane-Deposited Wrack on Hardwood-Hammock Coastal Islands, John T. Van Stan II, Scott Thomas Allen, Travis Swanson, Melissa Skinner, and D Alex Gordon
Submissions from 2018
Terrestrial Lidar Raw Dataset for: Stemflow Dynamics in Relation to Individual Tree Canopy Structure, Neighborhood Conditions, and Meteorological Factors, Sandra A. Yankine, John T. Van Stan II, Jean-Francois Cote, Anke Hildebrandt, Dylan C. Mesta, Gustavo O. Maldonado, and Jan Friesen