eCommons

 

Surveillance Optimization Project for Chronic Wasting Disease dataset for Wisconsin, US, 1999-2021

Other Titles

Abstract

This dataset contains five files containing data from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources shared with the Cornell Wildlife Health Lab (CWHL) at Cornell University for the purpose of the Surveillance Optimization Project for Chronic Wasting Disease (SOP4CWD). Professionals at the source facility have provided written permission for professionals at the CWHL to post this open data to this persistent eCommons repository. WIDNR_WTD_surveillance_2021.csv: This datafile constitutes records in standardized form depicting the results of chronic wasting disease (CWD) testing of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in Wisconsin, US for hunting seasons from 1999-2000 to 2020-21, as completed by wildlife health diagnosticians at (or in partnership with) the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. WIDNR_WTD_harvest_2020.csv: This datafile constitutes the total number of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) legally harvested by hunters by county in Wisconsin, US for hunting seasons from 2014-15 to 2019-20, as recorded by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. WIDNR_WTD_density_2020.csv: This datafile constitutes the density of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) by county in Wisconsin, US at the beginning of the 2019-20 hunting season, as recorded by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. WIDNR_processors_2021.csv: This datafile constitutes the total number wild cervid meat processors and taxidermists by county in Wisconsin, US for the year 2021, as recorded by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. WIDNR_cervid_facilities_2021.csv: This datafile constitutes the total number of captive cervid facilities by county in Wisconsin, US for the year 2021, as recorded by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

Journal / Series

Volume & Issue

Description

Sponsorship

Data collection was funded by the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Program. The SOP4CWD project was funded by Multistate Conservation Grant Program # F21AP00722-01; Michigan Disease Initiative # RC109358; Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources; Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission; Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency; New York State Department of Environmental Conservation; and Virginia Department of Natural Resources.

Date Issued

2023-03-28

Publisher

Keywords

chronic wasting disease; SOP4CWD; surveillance; white-tailed deer; wildlife health

Location

Effective Date

Expiration Date

Sector

Employer

Union

Union Local

NAICS

Number of Workers

Committee Chair

Committee Co-Chair

Committee Member

Degree Discipline

Degree Name

Degree Level

Related Version

Related DOI

Related To

Related Part

Based on Related Item

Has Other Format(s)

Part of Related Item

Related To

Related Publication(s)

Guinness J, Booth JG, Hanley BJ, Them CE, Mitchell CI, Abbott RC, Hollingshead NA, Ahmed MS, Walsh DP, Walter WD, Jennelle CS, Hodel FH, Christensen SA, Ballard JR, Riggs AJ, Middaugh CR, Cunningham M, Clemons B, Sayler K, Killmaster CH, Harms TM, Ruden RM, Caudell J, Westrich MB, McCallen E, Casey C, O’Brien LM, Trudeau JK, Straka K, Stewart C, Carstensen M, McKinley WT, Hynes KP, Ableman A, Miller LA, Cook M, Meyers R, Shaw J, Tonkovich MJ, Nituch L, DiSalvo AR, Fleegle JT, Rosenberry CS, Kelly JD, Grove DM, Kirchgessner MS, Storm DJ, & Schuler KL. Risk factors for chronic wasting disease in white-tailed deer using surveillance data from eastern North America. In preparation.

Them CE, CI Mitchell, NA Hollingshead, RC Abbott, BJ Hanley, MS Ahmed, JG Booth, CS Jennelle, FH Hodel, J Guinness, JR Ballard, AJ Riggs, CR Middaugh, M Cunningham, B Clemons, K Sayler, CH Killmaster, TM Harms, RM Ruden, J Caudell, MB Westrich, E McCallen, C Casey, LM O’Brien, JK Trudeau, K Straka, C Stewart, M Carstensen, WT McKinley, KP Hynes, A Ableman, LA Miller, M Cook, R Meyers, J Shaw, MJ Tonkovich, L Nituch, JD Kelly, DM Grove, DJ Storm, & KL Schuler. 2023. Surveillance benefit components for chronic wasting disease in white-tailed deer [Dataset]. Cornell University Library eCommons Repository. https://doi.org/10.7298/7txw-2681

Link(s) to Related Publication(s)

References

Link(s) to Reference(s)

Previously Published As

Government Document

ISBN

ISMN

ISSN

Other Identifiers

Rights

Attribution 4.0 International

Types

dataset

Accessibility Feature

Accessibility Hazard

none

Accessibility Summary

Link(s) to Catalog Record