Wind River Interior full dataset
datasetposted on 25.04.2019 by Ellen Currano, Esther Pinheiro, Robert Buchwaldt, William Clyde, Ian Miller
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
This .csv is the full insect damage census for the Wind River Interior site. For each leaf, the DMNH locality number, DMNH specimen number, collector's locality number, collector's specimen number, plant species, and damage types observed are reported. Specimens with "C" in the collector's locality number column were censused in the field. All other specimens are curated at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Damage type data is recorded as "damage type observed (number of occurrences of that damage type)"- for example, 3(2) would mean that there are 2 occurrences of DT3 on a specimen. Damage types follow Labandeira et al. 2007. If more than one damage type is present on a specimen, a semicolon is used to separate the damage types.