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Parkes observations for project P1016 semester 2019APRS_02

Jane Kaczmarek, Simon Johnston, George Hobbs, Stefan Oslowski & Shi Dai
Understanding rotating radio transients (RRATs) has the potential to uproot our understanding of core-collapse supernovae and the overall evolution of neutron stars. Despite this, RRATs remain an enigma and has numerous potential and conflicting explanations in the literature. These observations will observe a sample of RRATs with the UWL receiver, in tandem with the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST), in order to directly test many of the competing theories that exist around RRATs and answer...

9-second gridded continental Australia novel ecological environments for Amphibians 1990:2050 CanESM2 RCP 8.5 (CMIP5) (GDM: AMP_r2_PTS1)

Tom Harwood, Kristen Williams, Simon Ferrier, Noboru Ota & Justin Perry
Novel ecological environments for Amphibians as a function of change in long term (30 year average) climates between the present (1990 centred) and projected future (2050 centred) under the CanESM2 model (RCP 8.5) based on Generalised Dissimilarity Modelling (GDM) of compositional turnover. This metric describes the nature of the projected 2050 centred future environmental conditions for each 9s grid square. Using a Generalised Dissimilarity Model of compositional turnover (the effects of changing environment on changing...

9-second gridded continental Australia potential degree of ecological change for Reptiles 1990:2050 MIROC5 RCP 8.5 (CMIP5) (GDM: REP_r3_v2)

Tom Harwood, Kristen Williams, Simon Ferrier, Noboru Ota & Justin Perry
Potential degree of ecological change in Reptiles as a function of change in long term (30 year average) climates between the present (1990 centred) and projected future (2050 centred) under the MIROC5 model (RCP 8.5) based on Generalised Dissimilarity Modelling (GDM) of compositional turnover. This metric describes the change in long term average environmental conditions at a single location (9s grid square) from the present (1990 centred) to a 2050 centred future, scaled in terms...

9-second gridded continental Australia potential degree of ecological change for Amphibians 1990:2050 CanESM2 RCP 8.5 (CMIP5) (GDM: AMP_r2_PTS1)

Tom Harwood, Kristen Williams, Simon Ferrier, Noboru Ota & Justin Perry
Potential degree of ecological change in Amphibians as a function of change in long term (30 year average) climates between the present (1990 centred) and projected future (2050 centred) under the CanESM2 model (RCP 8.5) based on Generalised Dissimilarity Modelling (GDM) of compositional turnover. This metric describes the change in long term average environmental conditions at a single location (9s grid square) from the present (1990 centred) to a 2050 centred future, scaled in terms...

DCM - A Software Platform for Advanced 3D Materials Modelling, Characterisation and Visualization

Sam Yang, Clement Chu, Andrew Tulloh & John Taylor
The DCM software is a Microsoft Windows™-based application for 3D microstructure characterization, modelling and visualization. It include the following functionalities: • Generate digital 3D representation of material compositional phases in a sample using the data-constrained modelling methodology and X-ray CT data, even for the cases that there are partial volumes of multiple phases in the same image voxel; • Visual presentation of 3D volumetric data. The visualization is compatible with various display devices, including stereo...

A carbonate rock X-ray CT data set for DCM tutorial training

Sam Yang, Sherry Mayo, Clement Chu, Ben Clennell, Adrian Trinchi & John Taylor
This data set is a sub-set of “Carbonate rock X-ray CT and DCM microstructure data” at http://dx.doi.org/10.4225/08/5476787E08766, for new users of the DCM software (http://research.csiro.au/dcm and https://data.csiro.au/dap/landingpage?pid=csiro:9448) as a tutorial training data.

An anthracite coal X-ray CT and DCM microstructure data

Haipeng Wang, Sam Yang, Ruru Li & Junfang Zhang
This data set is a collection of multi-energy X-ray CT data and DCM generated 3D compositional microstructural data for an anthracite coal sample which are comprised with void, coal matrix, minerals.

Workspace: Scientific Workflow Platform

CSIRO, Matt Bolger, Paul Cleary, Lachlan Hetherton, Chris Rucinski, Nirupama Sankaranarayanan, David Thomas, Damien Watkins & Zikai Zhang
Workspace is a powerful software platform designed to address two specific user scenarios: 1) Scientists who want to create and share scientific workflows in one coherent, simple environment where much of the “heavy lifting” has already been developed and proven over a number of years 2) Developers who want to make their software available as commercial products, plugins or components that can be freely mixed with capabilities from collaborators

AEC 14/01 Palatability and Pharmacokinetics of flunixin

Danila Marini, Joe Pippia, Ian Colditz, Geoff Hinch, Carol Petherick & Caroline Lee
Palatability and pharmacokinetic data from AEC 14/09. Contains feed intake data of 8 sheep in a short feed trail and feed intake and flunixin concentration of 8 sheep in a palatability trial.

AEC 14/01 Palatability and Pharmacokinetics of flunixin

Danila Marini, Joe Pippia, Ian Colditz, Geoff Hinch, Carol Petherick & Caroline Lee
Palatability and pharmacokinetic data from AEC 14/09. Contains feed intake data of 8 sheep in a short feed trail and feed intake and flunixin concentration of 8 sheep in a palatability trial.

Critical knowledge gaps for pests and beneficials in Australian grain production systems

Mona Moradi Vajargah, Sarina Macfadyen, Paul Umina, Ary Hoffmann, Michael Nash, Joanne Holloway & Dustin Severtson
We are currently limited in our ability to predict when and where invertebrate pest densities will reach high levels and cause yield loss in grain crops across Australia. This is partly due to a lack of fundamental knowledge around pest and beneficial species distribution and the factors that influence population abundance. This collection will generate new knowledge about the life-cycle and biology of a range of pest and beneficial species across southern and western regions,...

TCInvestigator

Mark Pearce, Alistair White & Michael Gazley
TCInvestigator is a utility for the automated contouring of variations in mineral mode and composition as a function of pressure and temperature based on THERMOCALC pseudosections. This collection contains the software installers for 32-bit and 64-bit windows, and Mac installations of the software as well as an exemplar dataset.

Interesting pulsar data used in the Amazon Cloud Prototype

Jessica Chapman, George Hobbs, Lawrence Toomey, James Dempsey, Shi Dai, John Zic, David Benn & Chen Wang
This collection contains a number of 'special' pulsar data sets. In 2015, these have been collated from Parkes pulsar observations for a range of semesters. The main goals of this project proposal is to provide a subset of pulsar data of special interest, to the Amazon Cloud together with software and tools to facilitate data processing. This is part of a larger project to develop and try out Amazon computing resources.

Mossbauer Spectra Fitting Program: iMoss

Ferry Susanto & Paulo De Souza Junior
Software for least-square fitting Mossbauer spectra. The optimisation routine is implemented using evolutionary algorithms, hill climbing, basin hopping, or any combination of those. The algorithm was implemented in Python and requires the following libraries: SciPy, NumPy, PyQtGraph. Sample Mossbauer spectra is provided. Those contain a single singlet, a single doublet, a single sextet and combination of one or more of these lines. This spectrum data is already folded. No folding is provided with this software.

Projected vegetation redistribution: Australia - 9second gridded projection to 2050, pre-clearing extents of 77 Major Vegetation Sub-groups using kernel regression with GDM-scaled environments for Vascular Plants (GDM: VAS_v5_r11; CMIP5: CanESM2 RCP 8.5)

Kristen Williams, Glenn Manion, Simon Ferrier, Suzanne Prober, Tom Harwood, Justin Perry & Noboru Ota
Updated to include UNCON079 This collection contains 9-second gridded datasets (ESRI binary float format in GDA94) showing the projected future (2050-centred) potential vegetation redistribution of 77 Major Vegetation Sub-groups (MVS classes) for continental Australia based on their pre-clearing distribution patterns and correlation with baseline ecological environments (c.1990 climates, substrate and landform). The pre-clearing vegetation patterns and classification derive from version 4.1 of “Australia - Estimated Pre1750 Major Vegetation Groups - NVIS Version 4.1 (Albers 100m...

Potential vegetation distribution: Australia - 9second gridded 1990-centred baseline predictions of the pre-clearing extents of 77 Major Vegetation Sub-groups using kernel regression with GDM-scaled environments for Vascular Plants (GDM: VAS_v5_r11)

Kristen Williams, Glenn Manion, Simon Ferrier, Suzanne Prober, Tom Harwood, Justin Perry & Noboru Ota
Updated to include missing UNCON079 This collection contains 9-second gridded datasets (ESRI binary float format in GDA94) showing the baseline (1990-centred) predicted potential distribution of 77 Major Vegetation Sub-groups (MVS classes) for continental Australia based on their pre-clearing distribution patterns and correlation with baseline ecological environments (c.1990 climates, substrate and landform). The pre-clearing vegetation patterns and classification derive from version 4.1 of “Australia - Estimated Pre1750 Major Vegetation Groups - NVIS Version 4.1 (Albers 100m...

Appendices A, B, C and D for report EP158718

Ignacio Gonzalez-Alvarez, Walid Salama, Tania Ibrahimi & Monica leGras
Geochemical dispersion of the DeGrussa deposit within its associated palaeodrainage system

Near-Surface Wind Speed

Tim McVicar
Daily near-surface wind speeds (u) grids have been developed over all of Australia at a 0.01° spatial resolution by interpolating terrestrial anemometers measurements from an expanded network for 1975–2006. For these new grids, the Australian-averaged u trend for 1975–2006 was -0.009 m s-1 a-1 (agreeing with earlier site-based studies) with stilling over 88% of the land-surface. This new dataset can be used in numerous environmental applications, including benchmarking general circulation models to improve the representation...

Links to all datasets and downloads for 80 A0/A3 digital image of map posters accompanying AdaptNRM Guide: Helping Biodiversity Adapt: supporting climate adaptation planning using a community-level modelling approach

Kristen Williams, Nat Raisbeck-Brown, Tom Harwood & Suzanne Prober
This dataset is a series of digital map-posters accompanying the AdaptNRM Guide: Helping Biodiversity Adapt: supporting climate adaptation planning using a community-level modelling approach. These represent supporting materials and information about the community-level biodiversity models applied to climate change. Map posters are organised by four biological groups (vascular plants, mammals, reptiles and amphibians), two climate change scenario (1990-2050 MIROC5 and CanESM2 for RCP8.5), and five measures of change in biodiversity. The map-posters present the nationally...

The Keyword Aggregator web service: a tool for managing digital objects' keywords

Nicholas Car, David Benn, Simon Cox & Jonathan Yu
The need to tag digital objects in various repositories such as datasets or scientific papers to allow for thematic classification is a well-known problem. In some cases a free tagging approach is used where contributors can add any keywords they desire while in other cases, selection from a controlled vocabulary is mandated. To enable repository managers to allow both free tagging and the use of controlled vocabularies, we have created the Keyword Aggregator (KWA) system,...

Parkes observations for project P595 semester 2015APRS

George Hobbs, Robert Hollow, Keith Bannister, Vikram Ravi, Matthew Kerr, Ryan Shannon & Emily Petroff
We propose to continue the PULSE@Parkes project in which high school students from Australia and around the World use the Parkes radio telescope in a remote observing model to observe and analyse pulsar data. The data from some PULSE@Parkes observations are used to support the FERMI Gamma ray mission, other observations supplement the P456 Pulsar Timing Array project and the remainder were chosen in order to make a detailed analysis of pulsar timing irregularities and...

Slope derived from 1" SRTM DEM-S

John Gallant & Jenet Austin
Slope measures the inclination of the land surface from the horizontal. The percent slope and degrees slope products represent this inclination as the ratio of change in height to distance. The slope (percentage) and slope (degrees) products were derived from the Smoothed Digital Elevation Model (DEM-S; ANZCW0703014016), which was derived from the 1 second resolution SRTM data acquired by NASA in February 2000. The calculation of slope from DEM-S accounted for the varying spacing between...

Nature of exposure drives transmission of Nipah viruses from Malaysia and Bangladesh in ferrets

Bronwyn Clayton, Deborah Middleton, Rachel Arkinstall, Leah Frazer, Lin-Fa Wang & Glenn Marsh
RT-PCR data of comparative viral loads/ tissue levels in ferrets exposed to either NiV-MY or NiV-BD - data in the form of spreadsheets of calculated NiV copies per sample per animal and outcomes of REML analysis.

DCM - A Software Platform for Advanced 3D Materials Modelling, Characterisation and Visualization

Sam Yang, Clement Chu, Andrew Tulloh & John Taylor
The DCM software is a Microsoft Windows™-based application for 3D microstructure characterization, modelling and visualization. It include the following functionalities: • Generate digital 3D representation of material compositional phases in a sample using the data-constrained modelling methodology and X-ray CT data, even for the cases that there are partial volumes of multiple phases in the same image voxel; • Visual presentation of 3D volumetric data. The visualization is compatible with various display devices, including stereo...

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