GLBRC Data Sets
Highlighted below are a variety of published studies that include data sets that might be of interest to the scientific community and have been deposited in online data repositories. Only data sets published in GLBRC-approved repositories following the FAIR Guiding Principles are highlighted. More information can be found on our guidelines page.
This Data Catalog is a collection of data from GLBRC's Sustainability research carried out in Michigan and Wisconsin. The Data Catalog summarizes each data table in order to allow the GLBRC community to better understand the data that have been collected and encourage collaboration.
The sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) brown midrib 30 gene encodes a chalcone isomerase required for cell wall lignification
A new open-path eddy covariance method for nitrous oxide and other trace gases that minimizes temperature corrections
Mapping annual irrigation from Landsat imagery and environmental variables across the conterminous United States
Landsat-based Irrigation Dataset (LANID): 30 m resolution maps of irrigation distribution, frequency, and change for the US, 1997–2017
A structural and kinetic survey of GH5_4 endoglucanases reveals determinants of broad substrate specificity and opportunities for biomass hydrolysis
Geographic variation in the genetic basis of resistance to leaf rust between locally adapted ecotypes of the biofuel crop switchgrass (Panicum virgatum)
Nitrification is a minor source of nitrous oxide in an agricultural landscape and declines with increasing management intensity
Modeled surface-atmosphere fluxes from paired sites in the Upper Great Lakes Region using neural networks
Metabolic differentiation of co-occurring Accumulibacter clades revealed through genome-resolved metatranscriptomics
Hanseniaspora smithiae sp. nov., a novel apiculate yeast species from Patagonian forests that lacks the typical genomic domestication signatures for fermentative environments
During a survey of Nothofagus trees and their parasitic fungi in Andean Patagonia (Argentina), genetically distinct strains of Hanseniaspora were obtained from the sugar-containing stromata of parasitic Cyttaria spp.