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Online data from Migratory flight on the Pacific Flyway: strategies and tendencies of wind drift compensation
datasetposted on 06.09.2019 by Patrick B. Newcombe, Cecilia Nilsson, Tsung-Yu Lin, Kevin Winner, Garrett Bernstein, Subhransu Maji, Daniel Sheldon, Andrew Farnsworth, Kyle G. Horton
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Data from 19 Pacific Flyway weather surveillance radar stations measuring migrant intensity, speed, and direction. Nocturnal measures were extracted during spring (March 1st to June 15th) and fall (August 1st to November 15th) from spring 1995 to spring 2018. Measures are weighted averages from 3km vertical profiles, collected every 30-minutes.