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Description
Survey data from 1999-2018 which denotes peak spawning occurrences by day and lunar period, proportion of spawning in May (coinciding with shorebird stopovers), average water temperature, index values for female and male crabs per square meter by beach and baywide, the annual sex ratio, and index of abundance per beach.
Category
Energy and Environment
Tags
horeshoe crab, spawning, beach, survey, volunteer, dnrec
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Data Provided By
Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, Division of Fish and Wildlife, Fisheries Section
Source Link
http://dnrec.alpha.delaware.gov/coastal-programs/education-outreach/horseshoe-crab-survey/
License
Public Domain
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Year
year
DE % Female Spawning in May
de_female_spawning_in_may
NJ % Female Spawning in May
nj_female_spawning_in_may
Avg. Daily Water Temp. in May (°C)
avg_daily_water_temp_in_may_c
Baywide Spawning Activity Lunar Period 1
baywide_spawning_activity_lunar_period_1
Baywide Spawning ActivityLunar Period 2
baywide_spawning_activitylunar_period_2
Baywide Spawning ActivityLunar Period 3
baywide_spawning_activitylunar_period_3
Baywide Spawning ActivityLunar Period 4
baywide_spawning_activitylunar_period_4
Number of Males per Female
numbermalesperfemale
Total Beaches Surveyed
total_beaches_surveyed
Baywide Male Spawning Activity
baywide_male_spawning_activity
Baywide Male 90% CI Lower Limit
baywide_male_90_ci_lower_limit
Baywide Male 90% CI Upper Limit
baywide_male_90_ci_upper_limit
Baywide Male SD
baywide_male_sd
Baywide Male CV
baywide_male_cv
Baywide Female Spawning Activity
baywide_female_spawning_activity
Baywide Female 90% CI Lower Limit
baywide_female_90_ci_lower_limit
Baywide Female 90% CI Upper Limit
baywide_female_90_ci_upper_limit
Baywide Female SD
baywide_female_sd
Baywide Female CV
baywide_female_cv
DE Beaches Surveyed
de_beaches_surveyed
DE Male Spawning Activity
de_male_spawning_activity
DE Male 90% CI Lower Limit
de_male_90_ci_lower_limit
DE Male 90% CI Upper Limit
de_male_90_ci_upper_limit
DE Female Spawning Activity
de_female_spawning_activity
DE Female 90% CI Lower Limit
de_female_90_ci_lower_limit
DE Female 90% CI Upper Limit
de_female_90_ci_upper_limit
NJ Beaches Surveyed
nj_beaches_surveyed
NJ Male Spawning Activity
nj_male_spawning_activity
NJ Male 90% CI Lower Limit
nj_male_90_ci_lower_limit
NJ Male 90% CI Upper Limit
nj_male_90_ci_upper_limit
NJ Female Spawning Activity
nj_female_spawning_activity
NJ Female 90% CI Lower Limit
nj_female_90_ci_lower_limit
NJ Female 90% CI Upper Limit
nj_female_90_ci_upper_limit

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