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Monarch Threats Analysis

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Publication Date
Start Date
1993-01-01
End Date
2014-12-30

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Wayne E Thogmartin, 2017, Monarch Threats Analysis:data: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F7P55M8G.

Summary

Data are population size estimates for monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico as well as 76 potential stressors and 3 correlates. These stressors include disease, pesticide, herbicide, temperature, precipitation, and habitat loss measured for Mexican overwintering area and Southern, North Central, and Northeastern breeding areas.

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Wayne E Thogmartin
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Wayne E Thogmartin
Metadata Contact :
Wayne E Thogmartin
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FullThreatsData.csv 12.29 KB
FullThreatsData.xlsx 35.13 KB
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Purpose

Data were collected to understand the broad array of potential stressors affecting monarch butterfly population dynamics.

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  • Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center (UMESC)

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