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Zemax lens file of the wide-field emmetropic human eye model

Muhammad Nadeem Akram, Rigmor C. Baraas & Karthikeyan Baskaran
Zemax lens file of the wide field emmetropic human eye model

Air temperatures, Lesja, 2011-2012

Shea Allison Sundstøl
Air temperatures recorded from 2011-2012 at Lesja, Oppland County. Further details are in the attached readme file.

Imingfjell, soil temperatures, 5 cm

Shea Allison Sundstøl
Soil temperatures recorded at 5 cm depth between October 2011 and July 2014 at Imingfjell, Buskerud County, Norway. Detailed information is in the attached readme file.

Data for Catena submission

Shea Allison Sundstøl
This collection is an assembly of the data sets reported in the article submitted to the journal Catena.

Island biogeography theory explains the genetic diversity of a fragmented rock ptarmigan (Lagopus muta) population

Jean-Marc Costanzi & Øyvind Steifetten
The island biogeography theory is one of the major theories in ecology, and its applicability to natural systems is well documented. The core model of the theory, the equilibrium model of island biogeography, predicts that species diversity on an island is positively related to the size of the island, but negatively related by the island’s distance to the mainland. In recent years, ecologists have begun to apply this model when investigating genetic diversity, arguing that...

Lesja, Soil Temperatures, 30 cm, 2011-2014

Shea Allison Sundstøl
Soil temperatures at 30 cm depth recorded from October 2011 until July 2014 at Lesja, Oppland County, Norway. Detailed information about the plot locations is in the attached readme file.

Data.Journal.EvolutionaryApplications.RData

Andreas Zedrosser
Data set for publication in Journal of Evolutionary Ecology, I.M. Riverud is first author, A. Zedrosser is last author

R-Data for: Heritability of head size in a hunted large carnivore, the brown bear (Ursus arctos)

Andreas Zedrosser
Data set for publication in Evolutionary Applications.

Short abstract: Wild animal populations experience selection pressures from both natural and anthropogenic sources. The availability of extensive pedigrees is increasing along with our ability to quantify the heritability and evolvability of phenotypic traits and thus the speed and potential for evolutionary change in wild populations. The environment may also affect gene expressions in individuals, which may in turn affect the potential of phenotypic traits to respond to...

Imingfjell, soil temperatures, 5 cm

Shea Allison Sundstøl
Soil temperatures recorded at 5 cm depth between October 2011 and July 2014 at Imingfjell, Buskerud County, Norway. Detailed information is in the attached readme file.

Zemax lens file of the wide-field emmetropic human eye model

Muhammad Nadeem Akram, Rigmor C. Baraas & Karthikeyan Baskaran
Zemax lens file of the wide field emmetropic human eye model

Costanzi_Steifetten_genetix.gtx

Jean-Marc Costanzi
Results from genotyping, the file is design to work with the Genetix software.

Wide Field Emmetropic Human Eye Model with Geometry Independent Gradient Index Lens

Muhammad Nadeem Akram, Rigmor Baraas & Karthikeyan Baskaran
Zemax File of Wide Field Emmetropic Human Eye Model with Geometry Independent Gradient Index Lens.
The Glass File is provided as EYE.AGF
The custom developed Dynamic Linked DLL file (and the C Source Code as well) to model the Geometry Independent Gradient Index Lens in Zemax is provided as BehramiGRIN.DLL

Arnesen et al. 2019. Canines (Canis lupus familiaris) as biodetectors for conservation work: can they discriminate the rock ptarmigan (Lagopus muta) from the willow grouse (L. lagopus) in a yes/no task

Charlotte Holmstad Arnesen, Frank Rosell, Christin Beate Johnsen & Jean-Marc Costanzi
Data for Arnesen et al. 2019. Canines (Canis lupus familiaris) as biodetectors for conservation work: can they discriminate the rock ptarmigan (Lagopus muta) from the willow grouse (L. lagopus) in a yes/no task.

Supplementary Material for: Hagen et al. Prevalence and Possible Factors of Myopia in Norwegian Adolescents. Scientific Reports 2018.

Lene Aarvelta Hagen, Rigmor C. Baraas, Hilde Røgeberg Pedersen, Stuart Gilson, Jon V.B. Gjelle & Solveig Arnegard
(i) Community profile and demographics.(ii) Proportions of spherical equivalent refraction (SER) in smaller steps.
(iii) Mean SER and proportions of refractive error in participants of Norwegian, Asian, African, other European, South American, and mixed origin.
(iv) Mean self-reported hours per day spent on indoor and outdoor activities.

Reference:Hagen LA, Gjelle JVB, Arnegard S, Pedersen HR, Gilson SJ, Baraas RC. (2018) Prevalence and Possible Factors of Myopia in Norwegian Adolescents. Nature Scientific Reports, in press.

Air temperatures, Imingfjell, 2011-2012

Shea Allison Sundstøl
Air temperatures recorded at Imingfjell from 2011-2012. Detailed information is in the attached readme file.

Lesja, Soil Temperatures, 5 cm, 2011-2014

Shea Allison Sundstøl
Soil temperatures recorded between October 2011 and July 2014 at Lesja, Oppland County, Norway. Recorded at 5 cm depth. For more information on the locations of the study plots check the attached readme file.

Zemax file of wide-field emmetropic human eye model with Gradient Index lens

Muhammad Nadeem Akram, Rigmor C. Baraas & Karthikeyan Baskaran
Zemax file of an accurate wide-field emmetropic human eye model with Gradient Index (GRIN) lens.The Glass File is provided as Eye.AGFGradient Index profile is provided in the file SGRIN.DAT according to the Zemax format.

Zemax file of wide-field emmetropic human eye model with Gradient Index lens

Muhammad Nadeem Akram, Rigmor C. Baraas & Karthikeyan Baskaran
Zemax file of an accurate wide-field emmetropic human eye model with Gradient Index (GRIN) lens.The Glass File is provided as Eye.AGFGradient Index profile is provided in the file SGRIN.DAT according to the Zemax format.

Air Temperatures, Lesja, 2012-2013

Shea Allison Sundstøl
Air temperature recordings taken at Lesja between 2012 and 2013. More information is in the attached readme file.

The behavior of pressurized liquefied CO2 in a vertical tube after venting through the top

Per Morten Hansen, Andre Vagner Gaathaug, Knut Vaagsaether & Dag Bjerketvedt
This study presents results from small-scale experiments on the rapid phase transition of pressurized liquefied carbon dioxide in a vertical tube. The main motivation for the study was to provide reference data for the source terms in 1-D phase transition models. In addition a phase transition rate estimate and an energy estimate is presented. To initiate the test runs, a diaphragm was ruptured which led to the expansion towards atmospheric pressure and rapid boiling of...

Air temperatures, Haukeli, 2013-2014

Shea Allison Sundstøl
Air temperatures measured at 2 meters about the ground at Haukeli, Vinje Township, Norway, from 2013-2014. Further details are in the attached readme file.

Haukeli, soil temperatures, 30 cm

Shea Allison Sundstøl
Soil temperature measurements from October 2011 until July 2014 recorded at 30 cm depth. Detailed information is in the attached readme file.

Soils at Haukeli, Imingfjell, and Lesja

Shea Allison Sundstøl
This dataset consist of two types of information. The first is a series of photographs of soil profiles at Haukeli, Imingfjell, and Lesja, all in southern Norway. The second is a set of spreadsheets with results of soil analyses of these profiles and of study plots at all three areas.
The photographs can be re-used on the condition that I am listed as the photographer.

Data for Catena submission

Shea Allison Sundstøl
This collection is an assembly of the data sets reported in the article submitted to the journal Catena.

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