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Norway

542 Works

A Comparison between Simulated and Observed Surface Energy Balance at the Svalbard Archipelago

Kjetil Schanke Aas
This dataset contains result from WRF3.4.1 covering Svalbard at 9km, 3km and 1km (only Kongsfjorden) from March 2008 to March 2009. Two sensitivity simulations with improved surface hydrology for cold regions are included for the snow free months (July and August). Details can be found in published paper (DOI:10.1175/JAMC-D-14-0080.1) as well as in the README file included in the dataset.

The climatic mass balance of Svalbard glaciers: a 10-year simulation with a coupled atmosphere–glacier mass balance model

Kjetil Schanke Aas
This dataset contains results from a high-resolution simulation with a coupled atmosphere-glacier mass balance model. The modelling system consists of the fully dynamical WRF (v.3.6.1) coupled to the Climatic Mass Balance model (CMB). Hourly output of all surface mass balance and surface energy balance fluxes, as well as a large set of other surface variables, are included at 3 km resolution, from September 2003 to November 2013. The results compare well with a large set...

Municipal Youth Surveys, 2010-2016

Norwegian Social Research
Ungdata is a cross-national data collection scheme, designed to conduct youth surveys at the municipal level in Norway. The surveys are adjusted for students in comprehensive school. The questionnaire has a fixed part which is similar in all surveys, in addition to a number of elective questions that municipalities can choose from based on interest and need. Ungdata cover various aspects of young people's lives, e.g. relationship with parents and friends, leisure activities, health issues,...

A Tiling Approach to Represent Subgrid Snow Variability in Coupled Land Surface–Atmosphere Models

Kjetil Schanke Aas
This dataset contains results from WRF3.6.1 with and without sub-grid snow tiling, described in paper: 10.1175/JHM-D-16-0026.1. The simulations cover southern Norway with a resolution of 3 km from September 2011 to September 2012. Only surface variables are included from the full year, whereas the full atmosphere is included from spring and summer. See README file included in the dataset for more details.

Effects of shrub cover increase on the near surface atmosphere in northern Fennoscandia

Johanne H. Rydsaa
The dataset is produced using the WRF model with the NOAH lad suface model to investigate the effects of shrub expansion on the near surface atmosphere in northern Fennoscandia. The data consist of a reference simulation and two simulations where the shrub cover has been perturbed/expanded. The simulations are further described in the paper (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5194/bg-2016-373). The data consists of the WRF output used for analysis int he paper.

Replication Data for: Estimates of the size distribution of meteoric smoke particles from rocket-borne impact probes

Tarjei Antonsen, Ove Havnes & Ingrid Mann
Contains raw PCM data streams for the MAXIDUSTY rocket launches, as well as specific files for the MUDD and DUSTY instruments used to produce the resuts in the paper "Estimates of the size distribution of meteoric smoke particles from rocket-borne impact probes". Naming and formatting of MATLAB-files (.mat): For MXD-1, MUDD files are separated into .mat files in the format: "M3G1_straightened" - Where 'M3' denotes "MUDD 3" and 'G1' denotes 'Grid 1'. Grid 2 is...

What Buildings Do: The Effect of the Physical Environment on Quality of Life of Asylum Seekers, 2013

Eli Støa
This study investigates the effect physical environments may have for the well-being of asylum seekers and their relationship with the local community. The attitudes towards housing for asylum seekers in Europe are based on ethical dilemmas that need to be illuminated. Asylum seekers are in risk of developing psychological problems, and research shows that housing quality may be used as a strategy to af fect the mental health of the residents, their activity level, and...

Argos tracking data for Svalbard rock ptarmigans

Eva Fuglei & Åshild Ønvik Pedersen
[Argos](http://www.argos-system.org/) positions and sensor data for 21 Svalbard rock ptarmigans fitted with transmitter platforms in 2009, 2010, and 2011.

Replication data for: Rangifer management controls a climate-sensitive tundra state transition

Kari Anne Bråthen, Virve T. Ravolainen, Audun Stien, Torkild Tveraa & Rolf Anker Ims
Data and script for the results presented in Bråthen, K. A., V. T. Ravolainen, A. Stien, T. Tveraa and R. A. Ims Rangifer management controls a climate-sensitive tundra state transition. Ecological Application in press

Interplay of Twist Angle and Solvents With Two-Photon Optical Channel Interference in Aryl-Substituted BODIPY Dyes

Md Mehboob Alam, Ramprasad Misra & Kenneth Ruud
Supporting information for "Interplay of Twist Angle and Solvents With Two-Photon Optical Channel Interference in Aryl-Substituted BODIPY Dyes"

WIFAR/UNDER-ICE acoustic recording in the Marginal Ice Zone

Florian Geyer, Nansen Environmental And Remote Sensing Center, Hanne Sagen & Peter F. Worcester
WIFAR/UNDER-ICE acoustic recording from an integrated ice station in the Fram Strait marginal ice zone in 2012.

N-ICE2015 atmospheric turbulent fluxes

Von P. Walden, Sarah Murphy, Stephen R. Hudson & Lana Cohen
Sensible & latent heat fluxes, momentum flux, roughness length and boundary layer height from eddy-covariance system deployed on the ice floe, nearby surface meteorology and radiation observations.

Seaglider missions in the Lofoten Basin of the Norwegian Sea, 2012-2015.

Ilker Fer & Anthony Bosse
The data set includes quality-controlled, 1-decibar vertically interpolated Seaglider observations of water column temperature and salinity profiles in the upper 1000 m, and depth averaged currents in the Lofoten Basin of the Norwegian Sea. The data set is presented in Yu et al. (2017, doi:10.1002/2017JC012982, The Lofoten Basin Eddy: Three years of evolution as observed by Seagliders. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans).The observations were provided by the Norwegian Atlantic Current Observatory (NACO) and the data set...

The Teacher Survey, Pilot 2016

Norwegian Agency For Quality Assurance In Education
NOKUT's Teacher Survey aims to get increased knowledge of quality in higher education in general, and more specifically: increased knowledge of how the teachers experience the quality of the study program they teach. The Teacher Survey was conducted as a pilot project during the spring of 2016. The survey was sent to 25 universities and colleges and 8 education types participated. From 2017 the study will be conducted as a full scale survey, including the...

The Complement System and the CD14/TLR4/MD2 Complex as Targets for Therapy in Sepsis, 2016

Tom Eirik Mollnes
The aim of this project was to develop a new therapeutic regime in conditions where the congenital immune system is over-activated and causes serious disease, as seen by sepsis (blood poisoning). Previous studies showed that inhibition of two important branches of the immune system, the complement system and the TRL system, inhibits the activation triggered by bacteria and other foreign substances in the test tube. In particular, combined inhibition of these systems gives a good...

Ideological Transformations, Organizational Development and Mainstream Reactions. A Comparison of Populist Parties in Four Nordic Countries, 2015

Anders Hellström
This project offers comparative knowledge on how, why and when popular attitudes towards the out-group population translate into party political preferences in countries that share very similar socio-political attributes; hence, the Nordic countries. The Nordic countries seem to constitute a fruitful design so as to move beyond demand side explanations and to acknowledge supply-oriented explanations for the varying electoral fortunes of the four nationalist-populist parties. This project involved contextualized comparisons over time. The study called...

Level of Living - Working Conditions 2016

Statistics Norway
Statistics Norway has conducted living conditions surveys since 1973, and since 1996, surveys have been conducted annually. The living conditions survey on the working environment has been completed 6 times earlier, in 1996, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2009 and 2013. In 1989 and 2003, the collection was linked to the topic in the Work and Business Survey. The living conditions survey on the working environment aims at mapping different working environment conditions among employed persons in...

Randomised Controlled Trial of Improvisational Music Therapy's Effectiveness for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (TIME-A), 2016

Christian Gold
“Randomised Controlled Trial of Improvisational Music Therapy's Effectiveness for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (TIME-A), 2016” was part of TIME-A, an international project hosted by GAMUT - The Grieg Academy Music Therapy Research Centre, Uni Research Health, and builds upon a collaboration of nine countries worldwide (Australia, Austria, Brazil, Israel, Italy, Korea, Norway, UK, and USA). The project researches how music therapy affects children with autism. Previous research has suggested that music therapy may facilitate...

Human Bodily Micromotion in Music Perception and Interaction, 2012

Alexander Refsum Jensenius
“Human Bodily Micromotion in Music Perception and Interaction, 2012” sought to investigate the close couplings between musical sound and human bodily micromotion. Micromotion was here used to describe the smallest motion that we are able to produce and experience, typically at a rate smaller than 10 mm/s. The last decades have seen an increased focus on the role of the human body in both the performance and the perception of music. Up to now, however,...

Culture and Mass Media Survey, 2015

Statistics Norway
This dataset is based on "Culture and Mass Media Survey 2015", conducted by Statistics Norway. In addition to the quarterly media surveys that Statistics Norway conducts, this data set also includes as a separate cultural section. Culture and Mass Media surveys have been conducted in 1991, 1994, 1997, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, 2014 and 2015. The purpose of this study is to provide a comprehensive presentation of the Norwegians' use of different types of mass...

Labour Force Survey 2nd quarter 2015 - 1st quarter 2017, panel

Statistics Norway
Labour Force Survey 2nd quarter 2015 - 1st quarter 2017, panel (8 quarters) As of the 1st quarter of 1972, SSB has conducted official quarterly labour force surveys (AKU). These surveys aim to give the labour force authorities (and other people interested) knowledge of the occupational structure of the population and how it develops over time. The surveys are meant to give a foundation and statistical material for occupational prognoses and labour research. In 1996,...

Role of Phosphatases in the Regulation of Mitotic Exit, 2016

Sandra Lopez-Aviles
In “Role of Phosphatases in the Regulation of Mitotic Exit, 2016” we investigated the regulation of cell division. Tight control of this process is essential, and failure to do so can lead to cancer. For many years, the focus of attention has been laid in a group of proteins known as Cyclin-dependent kinases, which work as an engine to drive cell division. These kinases are able to modify other proteins in order to change their...

Labour Force Survey 1st quarter 2015 - 4th quarter 2016, panel

Statistics Norway
Labour Force Survey 1st quarter 2015 - 4th quarter 2016, panel (8 quarters) As of the 1st quarter of 1972, SSB has conducted official quarterly labour force surveys (AKU). These surveys aim to give the labour force authorities (and other people interested) knowledge of the occupational structure of the population and how it develops over time. The surveys are meant to give a foundation and statistical material for occupational prognoses and labour research. In 1996,...

Stimulus Triads for: "English and Chinese children’s motion event similarity judgments"

Yinglin Ji & Jill Hohenstein
This study explores the relationship between language and thought in similarity judgments by testing how monolingual children who speak languages with partial typological differences in motion description (English and Chinese) respond to visual motion stimuli. Participants were, either Chinese- or English-speaking, 3-year-olds, 8-year-olds and adults (32 in each group) who judged the similarity between caused motion scenes in a match-to-sample task. The results suggest, first of all, that the two younger groups of 3-year-olds are...

Replication Data for: English and Chinese children’s motion event similarity judgments

Yinglin Ji & Jill Hohenstein
This study explores the relationship between language and thought in similarity judgments by testing how monolingual children who speak languages with partial typological differences in motion description (English and Chinese) respond to visual motion stimuli. Participants were, either Chinese- or English-speaking, 3-year-olds, 8-year-olds and adults (32 in each group) who judged the similarity between caused motion scenes in a match-to-sample task. The results suggest, first of all, that the two younger groups of 3-year-olds are...

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Publication Year

  • 2018
    6
  • 2017
    131
  • 2016
    147
  • 2015
    173
  • 2014
    55
  • 2013
    11
  • 2012
    6
  • 2011
    1
  • 2010
    1
  • 2009
    2
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    7
  • 1998
    1
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    1

Data Centers

  • NSD – Norsk senter for forskningsdata
    280
  • Norsk Polarinstitutt
    138
  • UNINETT Sigma AS, Norway
    79
  • UiT The Artic University of Norway
    38
  • Norwegian Marine Data Centre
    7