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Human Magnetoreception Dataset 2

Joseph Kirschvink
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Human Magnetoreception Dataset 1

Joseph Kirschvink
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Computer readable format of Figure 1 from Popgeorgiev, et al., 2018: Classification of Bcl-2 family of proteins in respect to their subcellular localizations

Shyam Saladi
This is a computer readable format of the table from Figure 1 of Popgeorgiev, Jabbour, and Gillet (Front Cell Dev Biol., 2018) that summarizes the current understanding of the cellular localizations of members of the Bcl-2 family.

Parcionera section: Supplement 13 from "The Manto Type Limestone Replacement Deposits of Northern Mexico" (Thesis)

John Wilfred Patterson
A study has been made of the principal manto type limestone replacement deposits of northern Mexico. Three of the districts, Los Lamentos and Santa Eulalia in Chihuahua, and Mapimi in Durango, are described in detail. The sedimentary rocks are correlated with the Texas Comanchean formations. The ore deposits are confined to certain beds of Upper Trinity and Lower Fredericksburg age. Data show that it is the physical and not the chemical properties of the limestone...

smsaladi/em_data_requirements: Estimating hardware/data requirements for EM

Shyam M. Saladi
Big microscopes are on the rise, and with them comes a deluge of data! How will to deal with it? Try this customizable 'back of the envelope' calculation to estimate where your hardware bottlenecks might be!

Structure sections across parts of the Sand Canyon area, Los Angeles County, California: Supplement 2 from "The geology of portions of the Humphreys, Sylmar, Newhall, and Saugus quadrangles, Los Angeles County, California" (Thesis)

Charlton Dows Cooksey
The area investigated is located in the southeastern corner of the Santa Clara River Basin in Los Angeles County, California, near the towns of Saugus and Newhall. Five formations of Tertiary age, bounded on the south and east by the basement complex of the San Gabriel Range, are found in the area. The oldest formation, the Mint Canyon of upper Miocene age is successively overlain by upper Miocene Model, Pliocene Pico, Pliocene-Pleistocene Saugus and Pleistocene...

Geologic map of the Las Tablas Quadrangle, New Mexico: Supplement 1 from "Pre-Cambrian and Tertiary geology of the Las Tablas Quadrangle, New Mexico" (Thesis)

Fred Barker
NOTE: Text or symbols not renderable in plain ASCII are indicated by [...]. Abstract is included in .pdf document. The Las Tablas quadrangle is in Rio Arriba County, northern New Mexico, and lies between north latitudes 36[degrees] 30' and 36[degrees] 45' and west longitudes 106[degrees] 00' and 106[degrees] 15'. Its center is about 33 miles west-northwest of Taos and about 65 miles north and slightly west of Santa Fe. Its principal geographic features include the...

Geologic map of the northwestern Spring Mountains, Nevada: Supplement 3 from "I. Stratigraphic constraints on the number of discrete neoproterozoic glaciations and the relationship between glaciation and ediacaran evolution. II. The Kwichup Spring thrust in the northwestern Spring Mountains, Nevada : implications for large-magnitude extension and the structure of the Cordilleran thrust belt" (Thesis)

Mark Joseph Abolins
Part I: Stratigraphic constraints on the number of discrete neoproterozoic glaciations and the relationship between glaciation and ediacaran evolution. Stratigraphic and structural observations in the Death Valley region provide new insights into two topical problems. First, stratigraphic observations provide a better understanding of the number of discrete Neoproterozoic glaciations and the relationship between glaciation and the diversification of the first animals. Detailed stratigraphic investigations reveal incised valleys within the Neoproterozoic Johnnie Formation. The size (>150...

Santa Ana Quadrangle: Supplement 5 from "Fauna of the Merychippus Zone, North Coalinga District, California. The Structural Geology of the San Joaquin Hills, Orange County, California" (Thesis)

Francis Dashwood Bode
Fauna of the Merychippus zone, north Coalinga district, California: The Merychippus zone occurs at the top of the Temblor sandstones on Domengine Creek, twelve miles north of Coalinga, California. The fauna includes a significant representation of ungulates and carnivores, with the Equidae far outnumbering all other forms. The stratigraphic position of the Merychippus zone in the Tertiary marine series, exposed on the west side of the San Joaquin Valley, lies within a zone whose assignment...

caltechlibrary/sidewall: Version 1.0.1

Michael Hucka
This is a significant bug-fix release. Users should update to 1.0.1 as soon as possible. * Fixed serious bugs in creating `Researcher` objects from `Author` objects. * Fixed bugs in setting `current_organization` on `Person`, `Author` and `Researcher` objects * Fixed bugs setting `affiliations` on `Researcher` when derived from `Author` objects * Updated examples in the top-level [README](README.md) file * Started a [CHANGES](CHANGES.md) file

Geologic Map of part of Adelanto Hills: Supplement 1 from "Geology of part of the Adelanto Hills. Report on the Geology of the Puente Hills" (Thesis)

Bernhard K. Haffner & Richard Wasem
Geology of Part of the Adelanto Hills: The Adelanto Hills are a low range of folded limestone, situated about five miles northwest of Adelanto, California. The limestone is a dark blue finely crystalline, roughly bedded type, which has been hydrothermally altered in places to a white crystalline limestone, or to a fine grained highly altered brown limestone. The main igneous rock outcrops in the south part of the area and is a light colored, coarse...

caltechlibrary/sidewall: Version 1.0.0

Michael Hucka
Sidewall is a package for interacting with the Dimensions search API. It provides object classes for Dimensions entities, fetches data incrementally, caches results, copes with rate limits, and more, to make working with Dimensions in Python more natural. "Sidewall" is a loose acronym for Simple Dimensions wrapper client library. Version 1.0.0 is fully functional. It lacks support for representing Dimensions policy and patent entities, and only handles simple search queries, but otherwise should work. Please...

Geomorphic map of California and Nevada, showing location and character of major, known faults: Supplement 3 from "Geology of the Adelaida quadrangle, California" (Thesis)

William Layton Stanton
This geological investigation covers an area lying across the southern Santa Lucia Mountains in south central California, immediately west of Paso Robles. The land forms of this region are due to structurally controlled erosion which, in most localities, has now produced late mature physiographic surfaces. There are evidences of a Pliocene peneplain, a Pleistocene late mature surface, and vigorous erosion in the present cycle. The sedimentary series, with an aggregate thickness of over 20,000 feet,...

Exploded isometric block diagram showing a hypothetical interpretation of the structure of the Duke Island ultramafic complex: Supplement 7 from "The ultramafic complex and related rocks of Duke Island, southeastern Alaska" (Thesis)

T. N. Irvine
Duke Island, 59 square miles in area, is at the southern end of southeastern Alaska. Sedimentary and volcanic rocks, possibly Mesozoic in age, are metamorphosed and intruded by gabbroic, ultramafic and granitic plutons, in that order. The granitic rocks may be of Cretaceous age. Primary gabbroic rocks are dominantly two-pyroxene gabbro and norite. Their plagioclase is An50-An70. Ultramafic rocks crop out as two main areas and more than a dozen minor ones. The rocks in...

Thermalized (350K) QM7b, GDB-13, water, and short alkane quantum chemistry dataset including MOB-ML features

Lixue Cheng, Matthew Welborn, Anders S. Christensen & Thomas F. Miller
MOB-ML features, HF energies, pair correlation energies, and geometries. Data are provided for water, a dataset of alkanes, the QM7b dataset, and a subset of GDB13.

Tehachapi North Quadrangle, Kern County, California: Supplement 2 from "U/PB zircon geochronology, petrology, and structural geology of the crystalline rocks of the southernmost Sierra Nevada and Tehachapi Mountains, Kern County, California" (Thesis)

David Bruce Sams
NOTE: Text or symbols not renderable in plain ASCII are indicated by [...]. Abstract is included in .pdf document. Field mapping, petrography, U/Pb zircon geochronology, and Rb/Sr geo-chemistry on the crystalline rocks of the southernmost Sierra Nevada and Tehachapi Mountains north of the Garlock fault have 1) generated a structural, geo-chemical, and geochronological framework; 2) demonstrated a continuation of Sierran plutonic and metasedimentary rocks into the Tehachapi Mountains; 3) indicated that the region, in particular...

Geologic cross-sections from the Jackson Mountains: Supplement 2 from "Geology of the Jackson Mountains, northwest Nevada" (Thesis)

Kevin A. Maher
The Jackson Mountains are located in the western Great Basin in Humboldt County, northwest Nevada. The range contains a late Paleozoic to Mesozoic depositional sequence. This sequence records sedimentation, volcanism and deformation in a back-arc setting. The Mississippian to late Early Permian McGill Canyon Formation was deposited in basinal to slope to distal shelf environments, dominated by hemipelagic and turbiditic facies. In the Permian there was an volcanic arc andesite component, and a nearby contemporaneous...

Quaternary glaciation and tectonism in the southeastern Sierra Nevada, Inyo County, California: Supplement 1 from "Quaternary Glaciation and Tectonism in the Southeastern Sierra Nevada, Inyo County, California" (Thesis)

Alan Reed Gillespie
The southeastern Sierra Nevada consists of three geographic regions. From west to east, they are: an upland region across the crest, a steep east-facing escarpment along which Owens Valley has partly subsided, and foothill blocks intermediate to the Sierra Nevada and Owens Valley. Farther east, Owens Valley is a deep graben separating the Sierra Nevada and the Inyo Range. The main goals of this thesis were the detailed mapping of Quaternary glacial and other deposits...

Pastoria Creek Quadrangle, Kern County, California: Supplement 3 from "U/PB zircon geochronology, petrology, and structural geology of the crystalline rocks of the southernmost Sierra Nevada and Tehachapi Mountains, Kern County, California" (Thesis)

David Bruce Sams
NOTE: Text or symbols not renderable in plain ASCII are indicated by [...]. Abstract is included in .pdf document. Field mapping, petrography, U/Pb zircon geochronology, and Rb/Sr geo-chemistry on the crystalline rocks of the southernmost Sierra Nevada and Tehachapi Mountains north of the Garlock fault have 1) generated a structural, geo-chemical, and geochronological framework; 2) demonstrated a continuation of Sierran plutonic and metasedimentary rocks into the Tehachapi Mountains; 3) indicated that the region, in particular...

Geologic map of the southernmost Sierra Nevada and Tehachapi Mountains, Kern County, California: Supplement 1 from "U/PB zircon geochronology, petrology, and structural geology of the crystalline rocks of the southernmost Sierra Nevada and Tehachapi Mountains, Kern County, California" (Thesis)

David Bruce Sams
NOTE: Text or symbols not renderable in plain ASCII are indicated by [...]. Abstract is included in .pdf document. Field mapping, petrography, U/Pb zircon geochronology, and Rb/Sr geo-chemistry on the crystalline rocks of the southernmost Sierra Nevada and Tehachapi Mountains north of the Garlock fault have 1) generated a structural, geo-chemical, and geochronological framework; 2) demonstrated a continuation of Sierran plutonic and metasedimentary rocks into the Tehachapi Mountains; 3) indicated that the region, in particular...

Geologic map of the Jackson Mountains, Northwest Nevada: Supplement 1 from "Geology of the Jackson Mountains, northwest Nevada" (Thesis)

Kevin A. Maher
The Jackson Mountains are located in the western Great Basin in Humboldt County, northwest Nevada. The range contains a late Paleozoic to Mesozoic depositional sequence. This sequence records sedimentation, volcanism and deformation in a back-arc setting. The Mississippian to late Early Permian McGill Canyon Formation was deposited in basinal to slope to distal shelf environments, dominated by hemipelagic and turbiditic facies. In the Permian there was an volcanic arc andesite component, and a nearby contemporaneous...

Map of zones of triangular facets on the escarpment of the Sierra Nevada; Profile of the Sierra Nevada: Supplement 2 from "Quaternary Glaciation and Tectonism in the Southeastern Sierra Nevada, Inyo County, California" (Thesis)

Alan Reed Gillespie
The southeastern Sierra Nevada consists of three geographic regions. From west to east, they are: an upland region across the crest, a steep east-facing escarpment along which Owens Valley has partly subsided, and foothill blocks intermediate to the Sierra Nevada and Owens Valley. Farther east, Owens Valley is a deep graben separating the Sierra Nevada and the Inyo Range. The main goals of this thesis were the detailed mapping of Quaternary glacial and other deposits...

Winters Ridge Quadrangle, Kern County, California: Supplement 4 from "U/PB zircon geochronology, petrology, and structural geology of the crystalline rocks of the southernmost Sierra Nevada and Tehachapi Mountains, Kern County, California" (Thesis)

David Bruce Sams
NOTE: Text or symbols not renderable in plain ASCII are indicated by [...]. Abstract is included in .pdf document. Field mapping, petrography, U/Pb zircon geochronology, and Rb/Sr geo-chemistry on the crystalline rocks of the southernmost Sierra Nevada and Tehachapi Mountains north of the Garlock fault have 1) generated a structural, geo-chemical, and geochronological framework; 2) demonstrated a continuation of Sierran plutonic and metasedimentary rocks into the Tehachapi Mountains; 3) indicated that the region, in particular...

Preliminary geologic map of East half of Canyon City belt of ultramafic rocks, Grant County, Oregon: Supplement 1 from "The Origin of Some Chromite Deposits in the Pacific Coast Region [major thesis]. The Biostratigraphy of Glycymeris veatchii in California [minor thesis]" (Thesis)

Clay Taylor Smith
The Origin of Some Chromite Deposits in the Pacific Coast Region: Chromite deposits have long been regarded as products of magmatic segregation. As additional data have become available, other processes have been invoked to account for the observed facts, The writer, in the employ of the U.S. Geological Survey, has visited many of the known chromite localities in the western part of the United States and has collected much field evidence bearing on the problem...

Geologic map and sections of Dry Camp chromite deposit: Supplement 4 from "The Origin of Some Chromite Deposits in the Pacific Coast Region [major thesis]. The Biostratigraphy of Glycymeris veatchii in California [minor thesis]" (Thesis)

Clay Taylor Smith
The Origin of Some Chromite Deposits in the Pacific Coast Region: Chromite deposits have long been regarded as products of magmatic segregation. As additional data have become available, other processes have been invoked to account for the observed facts, The writer, in the employ of the U.S. Geological Survey, has visited many of the known chromite localities in the western part of the United States and has collected much field evidence bearing on the problem...

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