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Evolutionary genetics of personality in the Trinidadian guppy I: Maternal and additive genetic effects across ontogeny (dataset)

S White & A Wilson
This is the dataset used for the S.J. White & A.J. Wilson (2018) article "Evolutionary genetics of personality in the Trinidadian guppy I: Maternal and additive genetic effects across ontogeny" published in Heredity. Available at http://hdl.handle.net/10871/32586 via the link in this record

Power of Criminal Attractors: Modeling the Pull of Activity Nodes

R Frank, V Dabbaghian, AA Reid, SK Singh, J Cinnamon & PL Brantingham
The spatial distribution of crime has been a long-standing interest in the field of criminology. Research in this area has shown that activity nodes and travel paths are key components that help to define patterns of offending. Little research, however, has considered the influence of activity nodes on the spatial distribution of crimes in crime neutral areas - those where crimes are more haphazardly dispersed. Further, a review of the literature has revealed a lack...

On the diversity and statistical properties of protostellar discs (dataset)

Matthew R. Bate
This is the dataset that was used to produce Appendix B for the published MNRAS paper: Bate (2018, DOI:10.1093/mnras/sty169). It contains the output from the SPH simulations discussed in the appendix, including dump files.

Bombus terrestris in a mass-flowering pollinator-dependent crop: A mutualistic relationship? (dataset)

Jessica Knapp, Matthias Becher, Charlotte Rankin, Grace Twiston-Davies & Juliet Osborne
This is the dataset used for the Knapp et al. (2018) article "Bombus terrestris in a mass-flowering pollinator-dependent crop: A mutualistic relationship?" published in Ecology and Evolution.

Talking grammatically: L1 adolescent metalinguistic reflection on writing

AM Watson & RMC Newman
This study investigated the metalinguistic reflections of 12 students, aged 14–15 years, undertaking a unit of work focused on reading and writing non-fiction. The unit embedded contextualised grammar teaching into preparation for English Language examinations. Students were interviewed twice, with prompts to discuss a sample of argument text in interview one, and a sample of their own writing in interview two. The interviews and subsequent analysis drew on Gombert's taxonomy of metalinguistic understanding, focusing on...

The 3D thermal, dynamical and chemical structure of the atmosphere of HD 189733b: implications of wind-driven chemistry for the emission phase curve (dataset)

Benjamin Drummond, Nathan Mayne, James Manners, Isabelle Baraffe, Jayesh Goyal, Pascal Tremblin, David Sing & Krisztian Kohary
In this paper we present three-dimensional atmospheric simulations of the hot Jupiter HD~189733b under two different scenarios: local chemical equilibrium and including advection of the chemistry by the resolved wind. Our model consistently couples the treatment of dynamics, radiative transfer and chemistry, completing the feedback cycle between these three important processes. The effect of wind--driven advection on the chemical composition is qualitatively similar to our previous results for the warmer atmosphere of HD~209458b, found using...

Investigation of the coupling between tunable split-ring resonators (dataset)

M Baraclough, IR Hooper & WL Barnes
This is the dataset used for the Baraclough et al. (2018) article "Investigation of the coupling between tunable split-ring resonators" published in Physical Review B: condensed matter and materials physics.

An experimental investigation of a novel iron chelating protoporphyrin IX prodrug for the enhancement of photodynamic therapy (dataset)

Lizette Anayo, Anette Magnussen, Alexis Perry, Mark Wood & Alison Curnow
Objectives: Non-melanoma skin cancers are the most frequently occurring type of cancer worldwide. They can be effectively treated using topical dermatological photodynamic therapy (PDT) employing protoporphyrin IX (PpIX) as the active photosensitising agent as long as the disease remains superficial. Novel iron chelating agents are being investigated to enhance the effectiveness and extend the applications of this treatment modality, as limiting free iron increases the accumulation of PpIX available for light activation and thus cell...

The statistical properties of stars and their dependence on metallicity (dataset)

Matthew R. Bate
This is the dataset that was used to produce the Bate (2019) article "The statistical properties of stars and their dependence on metallicity" published in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. It contains the output from each of the SPH simulations. It also includes some of the data produced during the analysis of the calculations, and images of the calculations that were used to make animations.

The effect of extreme ionization rates during the initial collapse of a molecular cloud core (dataset)

James Wurster, Matthew Bate & Daniel J Price
What cosmic ray ionization rate is required such that a non-ideal magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) simulation of a collapsing molecular cloud will follow the same evolutionary path as an ideal MHD simulation or as a purely hydrodynamics simulation? To investigate this question, we perform three-dimensional smoothed particle non-ideal MHD simulations of the gravitational collapse of rotating, one solar mass, magnetized molecular cloud cores, which include Ohmic resistivity, ambipolar diffusion, and the Hall effect. We assume a uniform...

Is preparing for a language switch like preparing for a task switch? (dataset)

A Lavric, A Clapp, A East, H Elchlepp & S Monsell
This is the dataset used for the Lavric et al. (2018) article "Is preparing for a language switch like preparing for a task switch?" published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition.

Microscope calibration using laser written fluorescence (dataset)

AD Corbett, M Shaw, A Yacoot, A Jefferson, L Schermelleh, T Wilson, M Booth & PS Salter
This is the dataset used for the Corbett et al. (2018) article "Microscope calibration using laser written fluorescence" published in Optics Express.

Ideal Weyl points and helicoid surface states in artificial photonic crystal structures

B Yang, Q Guo, B Tremain, R Liu, L Barr, Q Yan, W Gao, H Liu, Y Xiang, J Chen, C Fang, A Hibbins, L Lu & S Zhang
Experimental Data - Electric field maps from xyz scanner

The collapse of a molecular cloud core to stellar densities using radiation non-ideal magnetohydrodynamics (dataset)

James Wurster, Matthew Bate & Daniel J Price
We present results from radiation non-ideal magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) calculations that follow the collapse of rotating, magnetized, molecular cloud cores to stellar densities. These are the first such calculations to include all three non-ideal effects: ambipolar diffusion, Ohmic resistivity, and the Hall effect. We employ an ionization model in which cosmic ray ionization dominates at low temperatures and thermal ionization takes over at high temperatures. We explore the effects of varying the cosmic ray ionization rate...

Molecular dynamics simulations disclose early stages of the photo-activation of cryptochrome 4 (dataset)

Daniel R. Kattnig, Claus Nielsen & Ilia A. Solov'yov
Birds appear to be equipped with a light-dependent, radical-pair-based magnetic compass that relies on truly quantum processes. While the identity of the sensory protein has remained speculative, cryptochrome 4 has recently been identified as the most auspicious candidate. Here, we re-port on all-atom molecular dynamics (MD) simulations addressing the structural reorganisations that accompany the photoreduction of the flavin cofactor in a model of the European robin crypto-chrome 4 (ErCry4). Extensive MD simulations reveal that the...

Habituation and individual variation in the endocrine stress response in the Trinidadian guppy (Poecilia reticulata) (dataset)

T Houslay, R Earley, A Young & A Wilson
This is the dataset used for the Houslay et al. (2018) article "Habituation and individual variation in the endocrine stress response in the Trinidadian guppy (Poecilia reticulata)" published in General and Comparative Endocrinology.

Design and fabrication of plasmonic cavities for magneto-optical sensing (dataset)

THJ Loughran, J Roth, PS Keatley, E Hendry, WL Barnes, RJ Hicken, JF Einsle, A Amy, W Hendren, RM Bowman & P Dawson
This is the dataset used for the Loughran et al. (2018) article "Design and fabrication of plasmonic cavities for magneto-optical sensing" published in AIP Advances.

Influence of Arctic Sea-Ice Loss in Autumn Compared to that in Winter on the Atmospheric Circulation (dataset)

R Blackport & JA Screen
This is the dataset used for the Blackport & Screen (2019) article "Influence of Arctic Sea-Ice Loss in Autumn Compared to that in Winter on the Atmospheric Circulation" published in Geophysical Research Letters.

Collagen reorganization in cartilage under strain probed by polarization sensitive Second Harmonic Generation microscopy (dataset)

Jessica Mansfield, Vipul Mandalia, Andrew Toms, C. Peter Winlove & Sophie Brasselet
Type II collagen fibre diameters in cartilage are beneath the diffraction limit of optical microscopy, which makes the assessment of collagen organization very challenging. In this work we use polarization sensitive second harmonic generation (P-SHG) imaging to map collagen organization in articular cartilage, addressing in particular its behaviour under strain and in osteoarthritic cartilage. P-SHG yields two parameters, molecular order and orientation, which provide measures of the degree of organisation both at the molecular scale...

Is it safe to go back into the water? A systematic review and meta-analysis of the risk of acquiring infections from recreational exposure to seawater (dataset)

Anne Frances Clare Leonard, Andrew Singer, OC Ukoumunne, William Gaze & Ruth Garside
Background: Numerous illnesses are associated with bathing in natural waters, although it is assumed that the risk of illness among bathers exposed to relatively clean waters found in high-income countries is negligible. A systematic review was carried out to quantify the increased risk of experiencing a range of adverse health outcomes among bathers exposed to coastal water compared with non-bathers. Methods: In all 6919 potentially relevant titles and abstracts were screened, and from these 40...

Light in scattering media: active control and the exploration of intensity correlations (dataset)

Alba Maria Paniagua Diaz
Datasets for the Doctoral thesis "Light in scattering media: active control and the exploration of intensity correlations".

Cardiopulmonary responses to maximal aerobic exercise in patients with cystic fibrosis (dataset)

CAP Williams, K Wedgwood, H Mohammadi, K Prouse, O Tomlinson & K Tsaneva
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a debilitating chronic condition, which requires complex and expensive disease management. Exercise has now been recognised as a critical factor in improving health and quality of life in patients with CF. Hence, cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET) is used to determine aerobic fitness of young patients as part of the clinical management of CF. However, at present there is a lack of conclusive evidence for one limiting system of aerobic fitness for...

C/O ratios of exoplanet atmospheres

Benjamin Drummond, Aarynn Carter, Eric Hébrard, Nathan Mayne, David Sing, Thomas Evans & Jayesh Goyal
We present results from one-dimensional atmospheric simulations investigating the effect of varying the carbon-to-oxygen (C/O) ratio on the thermal structure, chemical composition and transmission and emission spectra, for irradiated hydrogen-dominated atmospheres. We find that each of these properties of the atmosphere are strongly dependent on the individual abundances (relative to hydrogen) of carbon and oxygen. We confirm previous findings that different chemical equilibrium compositions result from different sets of element abundances but with the same...

Generic Grid of Transmission Spectra

Jayesh Goyal, Hannah Wakeford, Nathan Mayne, Nikole Lewis, Benjamin Drummond & David Sing
Simulated exoplanet transmission spectra are critical for planning and interpretation of observations and to explore the sensitivity of spectral features to atmospheric thermochemical processes. We present a publicly available generic model grid of planetary transmission spectra, scalable to a wide range of H$_2$/He dominated atmospheres. The grid is computed using the 1D/2D atmosphere model ATMO for two different chemical scenarios, first considering local condensation only, secondly considering global condensation and removal of species from the...

Investigating the nature of chiral near-field interactions (dataset)

Lauren E. Barr, Simon A. R. Horsley, Ian R. Hooper, Jake K. Eager, Cameron P. Gallagher, Samuel M. Hornett, Alastair P. Hibbins & Euan Hendry
This is the dataset used for the Barr et al. (2018) article "Investigating the nature of chiral near-field interactions" published in Physical Review B.

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