LTER network Toolik Field Station MBLhome page

Sun and Moon

Toolik Weather Graphs

Arctic LTER Weather Stations

Toolik Webcam

Animated Gif of yesterday's Webcam

Arctic LTER Inhouse login

Arctic LTER Database

Arctic LTER Database

Conditions of Use

The re-use of scientific data has the potential to greatly increase communication, collaboration and synthesis within and among disciplines, and thus is fostered, supported and encouraged. Permission to use this dataset is granted to the Data User free of charge subject to the following terms:

1) Acceptable use. Use of the dataset will be restricted to academic, research, educational, government, recreational, or other not-for-profit professional purposes. The Data User is permitted to produce and distribute derived works from this dataset provided that they are released under the same license terms as those accompanying this Data Set. Any other uses for the Data Set or its derived products will require explicit permission from the dataset owner.
2 ) Redistribution. The data are provided for use by the Data User. The metadata and this license must accompany all copies made and be available to all users of this Data Set. The Data User will not redistribute the original Data Set beyond this collaboration sphere.
3 ) Citation. It is considered a matter of professional ethics to acknowledge the work of other scientists. Thus, the Data User will properly cite the Data Set in any publications or in the metadata of any derived data products that were produced using the Data Set. Citation should take the following general form: Creator, Year of Data Publication, Title of Dataset, Publisher, Dataset identifier. For example:

Shaver, G. 1989. Above ground biomass in acidic tussock tundra experimental site, 1989, Arctic LTER, Toolik, Alaska. Arctic LTER, Marine Biological Lab, Woods Hole, Ma 02543. 1989gsttbm http://ecosystems.mbl.edu/arc/terrest/biomass/index.shtml 

4 ) Acknowledgement. The Data User should acknowledge any institutional support or specific funding awards referenced in the metadata accompanying this dataset in any publications where the Data Set contributed significantly to its content. Acknowledgements should identify the supporting party, the party that received the support, and any identifying information such as grant numbers. For example:

Data sets were provided by the Arctic LTER. This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants #DEB-981022, 9211775, 8702328; #OPP-9911278, 9911681, 9732281, 9615411, 9615563, 9615942, 9615949, 9400722, 9415411, 9318529; #BSR 9019055, 8806635, 8507493.

5 ) Notification. The Data User will notify the Data Set Contact when any derivative work or publication based on or derived from the Data Set is distributed. The Data User will provide the data contact with two reprints of any publications resulting from use of the Data Set and will provide copies, or on-line access to, any derived digital products. Notification will include an explanation of how the Data Set was used to produce the derived work.
6 ) Collaboration. The Data Set has been released in the spirit of open scientific collaboration. Data Users are thus strongly encouraged to consider consultation, collaboration and/or co-authorship with the Data Set Creator.

By accepting this Data Set, the Data User agrees to abide by the terms of this agreement. The Data Owner shall have the right to terminate this agreement immediately by written notice upon the Data User's breach of, or non-compliance with, any of its terms. The Data User may be held responsible for any misuse that is caused or encouraged by the Data User's failure to abide by the terms of this agreement.

Disclaimer

While substantial efforts are made to ensure the accuracy of data and documentation contained in this Data Set, complete accuracy of data and metadata cannot be guaranteed. All data and metadata are made available "as is". The Data User holds all parties involved in the production or distribution of the Data Set harmless for damages resulting from its use or interpretation.

Dataset URLs:METADATA: HTML, Rich Text, XML(EML compliant)
DATA: Comma Delimited, Excel file with Metadata and data, Dataset via LTER Data Poral
Dataset ID:LTEROksGraylingTAGS.06
Dataset Title:Long-term tagging file for arctic grayling on the Oksrukuyik Creek, Arctic LTER 1989-2011
Investigator 1: 
First Name:Breck
Last Name:Bowden
Organization:University of Vermont
Address line 2:303D Aiken Center
Address line 3:Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources
City:Burlington
State:Vermont
Zip Code:05405
Country:USA
Investigator 2: 
First Name:Linda
Last Name:Deegan
Organization:Marine Biological Laboratory
Address line 2:7 MBL St.
Address line 3:The Ecosystems Center
City:Woods Hole
State:MA
Zip Code:02543
Country:USA
Investigator 3: 
First Name:Elissa
Last Name:Schuett
Organization:University of Vermont
Address line 2:3 College St.
Address line 3:RESL
City:Burlington
State:Vermont
Zip Code:05401
Country:USA
Investigator 4: 
First Name:Cameron
Last Name:MacKenzie
Organization:
Address line 2:
Address line 3:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Country:
Associate Investigators:
Keywords:Oksrukuyik Creek, arctic grayling, Thymallus arcticus, mark-recapture, populations, arctic streams, fishes
Abstract:1989 to 2002; 2005; 2010-2011 long-term tagging file for Arctic Grayling (Thymallus arcticus) on the Oksrukuyik. All grayling adults and juveniles captured during the field season are measured, weighed, tagged and released. Grayling were tagged with a colored tag with a number. . In 1993, researchers started pit tagging the grayling. These pit tags can be read with an antenna to track the migration of the grayling throughout the Kuparuk River system
For questions about the Metadata and data contact the Investigators.
For information about this web site contact:
Arctic LTER Information Manager
The Ecosystems Center
Marine Biological Lab
7 MBL St
Woods Hole, MA 02543
Phone (508) 289 7496
Email: arc_im@mbl.edu
Online URL: http://ecosystems.mbl.edu/ARC/
DATA FILE INFORMATION:
Data File URL http://metacat.lternet.edu/das/dataAccessServlet?docid=knb-lter-arc.10329&urlTail=streams/fish/data/1989-2011_Oksrukuyik_Grayling_Tags.csv
Data File Name 1989-2011_Oksrukuyik_Grayling_Tags
Beginning Date 6/26/1989
End Date 9/3/2011
Number of Data Records 1455
Other Files to Reference
Availability Status
Quality Control Information
Maintenance Description
Log of Changes: Version 1: compiled data from all years; filled in metadata; 21Jan10 EBS
Version 3: Upadte LTERNET Data Access server proxy link for Excel and comma delimited data files. Changed from knb to das in url.
Version 4: JPB moved to new spreadsheet, organized data for consistency, and updated Research Locations.
Version 5: Added 2010-2011 data from Cam. JimL 14Nov13
Version 6: Updated keywords and metadata to reflect that there is also data from 2005 (27Jan14-JD)
 
RESEARCH LOCATION:            
Location Name Oksrukuyik -0.1k Oksrukuyik -0.3k Oksrukuyik -0.7k Oksrukuyik 0.8k Oksrukuyik 1.37k  
Geographic Description Oksrukuyik Creek, North Slope of Alaska, reference reach, upstream of the formerly fertilized reach. Oksrukuyik Creek, North Slope of Alaska, reference reach, upstream of the formerly fertilized reach. Oksrukuyik Creek, North Slope of Alaska, reference reach, upstream of the formerly fertilized reach. Oksrukuyik Creek, North Slope of Alaska, recovery reach, formerly fertilized reach. Oksrukuyik Creek, North Slope of Alaska, recovery reach, formerly fertilized reach.  
Location Bounding Box            
West Bounding Coordinate            
East Bounding Coordinate            
North Bounding Coordinate            
South Bounding Coordinate            
OR if single point location            
Latitude 68.671486222 68.671371694 68.67101801 68.67719327 68.679780992  
Longitude -149.1281271 -149.131155484 -149.137892686 -149.121792258 -149.114206438  
Elevation 761.756 763.881 764.537 763.743 762.678  
Link to Google Map View on Google Map View on Google Map View on Google Map View on Google Map View on Google Map  
             
 
TAXONOMIC COVERAGE:
Organisms studied Thymallus arcticus
 
Methods:Adult and juvenile grayling were tagged with floy tags during the summer seasons 1989-2002, 2005 and 2010-2011. Red floy tags were used for all fish caught in Oksrukuyik Creek. Total length, weight, and location caught were recorderd with each tagged fish. . In 1993, researchers started pit tagging the grayling. These pit tags can be read with an antenna to track the migration of the grayling throughout the Kuparuk River system.

Data Table

Variable Name Variable Description Data Type Units DateTime Format Code Information Missing Value Code
Site Code LTER site code text        
River site of measurement (named) text        
Date Date datetime   dd-mmm-yyyy    
Station (km) Distance from original N and P dripper, in kilometers. Negative numbers indicate sites upstream from fertilization, postive numbers are downstream. text kilometer      
Reach Reference, recovery, or fertilized reach based on the location of the phosphorus and nitrogen addition. Additions occurred 1991-1996. text        
Tag Date Date dd-mm-yyyy text        
Tag Color Tag Color text        
Tag Number Pit Tag Number text        
PIT Tag Number Tag Number text        
Total Length Total length of fish number centimeter      
Weight Weight of fish number gram     '-1111=no data
Comments Notes about the data text        
Please contact arc_im@mbl.edu with questions, comments, or for technical assistance regarding this web site.