The population count of Otero County, NM was 65,333 in 2016.

Population

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Demographics and Population Datasets Involving Otero County, NM

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    Population-Weighted Ultraviolet Irradiance, 2004-2015

    data.cdc.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-01T17:39:47.000Z

    This dataset provides data at the county level for the contiguous United States. It includes daily Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) Population-Weighted Ultraviolet (UV) irradiance data from October 2004-2015 provided by the Environmental Remote Sensing group at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. Please refer to the metadata attachment for more information. These data are used by the CDC's National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network to generate sunlight and UV measures. Learn more about sunlight and UV on the Tracking Network's website: https://ephtracking.cdc.gov/showUVLanding. By using these data, you signify your agreement to comply with the following requirements: 1. Use the data for statistical reporting and analysis only. 2. Do not attempt to learn the identity of any person included in the data and do not combine these data with other data for the purpose of matching records to identify individuals. 3. Do not disclose of or make use of the identity of any person or establishment discovered inadvertently and report the discovery to: trackingsupport@cdc.gov. 4. Do not imply or state, either in written or oral form, that interpretations based on the data are those of the original data sources and CDC unless the data user and data source are formally collaborating. 5. Acknowledge, in all reports or presentations based on these data, the original source of the data and CDC. 6. Suggested citation: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network. Web. Accessed: insert date. www.cdc.gov/ephtracking. Problems or Questions? Email trackingsupport@cdc.gov.

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    Disease Severity Rating of Chile Pepper Plants Inoculated with Phytophthora Capsici Collected in Taiwan

    data.usaid.gov | Last Updated 2018-11-12T03:01:17.000Z

    The data are the phenotypic host reactions of a recombinant inbred line population of Capsicum annuum developed to differentiate races of Phytophthora capsici. The New Mexico Recombinant Inbred Line (NMRIL) is an F8 population derived from a hybridization between ?Early Jalapeno? (susceptible parent) and Criollo de Morelos 334 (CM334) (resistant parent). The controls include CM334 (negative control) and New Mexico Capsicum Accession 10399 (NMCA10399) (positive control). Also included are the World Vegetable Center host differentials including ?Early Calwonder? (EC), PI 201234, PBC137, and PBC602. The host differentials were screened with isolates of P. capsici that were collected from chile pepper production regions of Taiwan (Republic of China) in 2016 as well as Race 1, 2, and 3 of P. capsici from the World Vegetable Center collection at a concentration of 10,000 zoospores per plant. The plants were scored at ~2 weeks after inoculation and only those with an average score of = 1 were considered resistant. The experiment included 6 plants per replication with two replications and each test was repeated twice. The data would be best used by individuals interested in population structure, virulence, or sources of resistance to the oomycetes plant pathogen Phytophthora capsici.