Creating a tri-trophic mesocosm

Figure 17. Visual guide on how to create a tri-trophic mesocosm containing phytoplankton, zooplankton, and freshwater fish.


myDiatoms

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Figure 16. Promotional video for myDiatoms - an online repository of diatom diversity by and for students, educators, and citizen scientists. This outreach program was created by the Alverson Lab at the University of Arkansas. For more information, visit www.mydiatoms.com


Melanization of damselfly larvae

Figure 15. Melanization of damselfly larvae (Enallagma vesperum) in response to stimulated ectoparasitism. Treatments include control (A), penetration of exoskeleton (B), and implantation of microfilament (C).


Refugee populations

Figure 14. Refugee population by country (1990-2017). Based on data from the World Bank.


Oldest Humans

Figure 13. Age of the oldest recorded humans (109-122 years old) from 1842 to 2018. Entry for DataViz Battle on Reddit. January 2018.

Figure 12. Country of birth and death of the oldest recorded humans (109-122 years old) from 1842 to 2018. Entry for DataViz Battle on Reddit. January 2018.


Homeless Shelters in Manhattan,
New York City (1930-1960)

Figure 11. Interactive map of homeless shelters in Manhattan, New York (1930-1960). Information includes the name, address, director, capacity, prioritized patrons, and types of aid provided at each shelter. Background map provided by the New York Public Library. Based upon data acquired by Nathan Tye, a PhD candidate at the University of Illinois.


Travels of Carl Sandburg

Figure 10. Carl' Sandburg’s route as a hobo across the Great Plains, USA, from July 2nd - October 15th, 1897. Based upon data acquired by Nathan Tye, a PhD candidate at the University of Illinois.


Lake Mendota, Wisconsin

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Figure 9. Freeze-thaw cycle of Lake Mendota, Wisconsin (1855-2017).Entry for DataViz Battle on Reddit. December 2018.


Natural flow regime of the Gila River

Figures 6, 7, and 8. Active river channels of the Gila River, New Mexico (1935-2016). Imagery acquired from the New Mexico Environmental Department, the Soil Conservation Service, the United States Geological Survey, and the United States Department of Agriculture. Funding provided by the Rural Futures Institute. Funding provided by the Rural Futures Institute.

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Figure 5. Active river channels of the Gila River, New Mexico (1974-2016). Imagery acquired from the New Mexico Environmental Department, the Soil Conservation Service, the United States Geological Survey, and the United States Department of Agriculture. Funding provided by the Rural Futures Institute.


Sopris, Colorado

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Figure 4. Aerial imagery (1971) of Sopris, Colorado before Trinidad Reservoir was constructed and satellite imagery (2015) of the completed Trinidad Reservoir were Sopris once stood. Imagery acquired from the United States Geological Survey.


 North American beaver lodge

Figure 3. Type and placement of materials on a North American beaver (Castor canadensis) lodge in south-central Nebraska from November 2015 to June 2016.

 

Figure 2. Daily and annual activity patterns of organisms observed on a North American beaver (Castor canadensis) lodge in south-central Nebraska.

 

Figure 1. Examples of organisms observed on a North American beaver (Castor canadensis) lodge in south-central Nebraska. Daily and annual activity patterns of organisms are shown on the right side of each facet. Images property of Michael Forsberg and the Platte Basin Timelapse Project.