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Raw birdsong data for \"Middle Age, a Key Time Point for Changes in Birdsong and Human Voice.\"

Julie Elizabeth Miller, Robin A. Samlan, Mark C Borgstrom & Areen Badwal
Raw birdsong data for "Middle Age, a Key Time Point for Changes in Birdsong and Human Voice."

The data are audio wav files of birdsong motifs from young, middle-age and old adult male zebra finches. These wav files were analyzed in the citation below.
See README text file for further information

Preferred citation: Badwal, A., Borgstrom, M., Samlan, R. A., & Miller, J. E. (2020, March 12). Middle Age, a Key Time Point for Changes in Birdsong...

Survey questions and responses for Next-Generation Sonoran Desert researchers Border Survey

Taylor A Edwards, , Myles B. Traphagen, Martha M. Gomez-Sapiens, Carolyn O’Meara, America Lutz-Ley, Héctor Vega Deloya & Benjamin T. Wilder
/data.zip: N-Gen Border Survey data (questions and responses) in .csv and .xls format.

/consent_recruitment.zip: contains consent forms and recruitment materials in English and Spanish.
The U.S.-Mexico border is a region of significant biological and cultural diversity that is of interest to scientists from a wide variety of disciplines. It is also an area of humanitarian crisis and contentious politics. U.S. and Mexican researchers who conduct fieldwork on both sides of the border are faced with...

Recalibrating Strong-Line Metallicity Diagnostics: Chemical Abundances from Composite Galaxy Spectra

& Chun Ly
This talk was presented on 2019 April 13 at the 2018-19 NASA Arizona Space Grant Symposium. The event was located at the Doubletree by Hilton in Tempe, Arizona (USA).
Submitted abstract:Galaxy evolution is driven by gas accretion, star formation, and gas outflows from dying stars. We can understand the physics of galaxy evolution by constraining their heavy element abundances. Current studies of distant galaxies utilize “strong-line diagnostics” to determine these abundances. These measurements are not accurate...

University of Arizona Libraries 2020 Data Visualization Challenge

Chun Ly, Jeffrey C Oliver, Kiriann Carini, Christine E Kollen & Fernando Rios
The Office of Digital Innovation & Stewardship at the University of Arizona Libraries held a Data Visualization Challenge to highlight how University of Arizona undergraduate and graduate students use visual displays of data to tell stories. This collection contains the visualization submitted by our first, second, and third place winners in both undergraduate and graduate classifications.
Winners were announced through the University of Arizona Libraries website and through social media.

Stacking of Galaxy Spectra

This visualization, titled "Stacking of Galaxy Spectra" was submitted by Reagen Leimbach to the University of Arizona Libraries 2020 Data Visualization Challenge. It received the first place win within the undergraduate classification.
Submitted abstract:This visualization demonstrates a critical step in my analysis using spectral data from a galaxy survey called “DEEP2”. In order to detect the [OIII]λ4363 weak emission line to diagnose gas properties in galaxies, spectra are combined together for average measurements. This technique called...

Mapping of Crustal Magnetic Fields on the Moon

& Lon Hood
This talk was presented on 2020 April 18 at the 2019-20 NASA Arizona Space Grant Symposium. The event was virtually available via Zoom.
Mapping of Crustal Magnetic Fields on the Moon (Cecilyn Bustamante Torres, Dr. Lon Hood) Orbital magnetometer data from two missions (the NASA Lunar Prospector mission and the Japanese Kaguya mission) were used to map magnetic anomalies on the Moon. These magnetic field anomalies are produced by magnetized material in the lunar crust. It...

Stacking of Galaxy Spectra

This visualization, titled "Stacking of Galaxy Spectra" was submitted by Reagen Leimbach to the University of Arizona Libraries 2020 Data Visualization Challenge. It received the first place win within the undergraduate classification.
Submitted abstract:This visualization demonstrates a critical step in my analysis using spectral data from a galaxy survey called “DEEP2”. In order to detect the [OIII]λ4363 weak emission line to diagnose gas properties in galaxies, spectra are combined together for average measurements. This technique called...

How has human mobility changed under the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Kelsey Gonzalez
This visualization, titled "How has human mobility changed under the COVID-19 Pandemic?" was submitted by Kelsey Gonzalez to the University of Arizona Libraries 2020 Data Visualization Challenge. It received the first place win within the graduate classification.
Submitted Abstract:This visualization aims to understand population behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic. I use aggregated human mobility data (how far people move each day) from Cuebiq, an offline intelligence and measurement marketing company, which partners with 86 apps to...

2020 NASA Arizona Space Grant Symposium presentations

Theresa E Hentz
This is a collection of research presented at the Arizona NASA Space Grant Consortium 2020 Symposium.

UniverseMachine Data Release 1

Peter Behroozi, Risa Wechsler, Andrew Hearin & Charlie Conroy
The UniverseMachine is a self-consistent empirical model of galaxy formation in dark matter halos. It is constrained via observed galaxy stellar mass functions, star formation rates, clustering, luminosity functions, and quenched fractions. This dataset includes derived constraints on galaxy-halo relationships, star formation histories, merger histories, and predicted observables.

Full mock catalogs with galaxy properties are available here.

For inquiries regarding the contents of this dataset, please contact the Corresponding Author listed in the README.txt file. Administrative inquiries...

2020 NASA Arizona Space Grant Symposium presentations

Theresa E Hentz
This is a collection of research presented at the Arizona NASA Space Grant Consortium 2020 Symposium.

Data for \"Diffraction-limited integral-field spectroscopy for extreme adaptive-optics systems with the Multi-Core fiber-fed Integral-Field Unit\"

Sebastiaan Haffert, Robert J. Harris, Alessio Zanutta, Fraser A. Pike, Andrea Bianco, Eduardo Redaelli, Aurélien Benoît, David G. MacLachlan, Calum A. Rosse, Itandehui Gris-Sánchez, Mareike D. Trappen, Yilin Xu, Matthias Blaicher, Pascal Maier, Giulio Riva, Baptiste Sinquin, Caroline Kulcsár, Nazim Ali Bharmal, Eric Gendron, Lazar Staykov, Tim J. Morris, Santiago Barboza, Norbert Muench, Lisa Bardou, Léonard Prengère … & Christoph U. Keller
Direct imaging instruments have the spatial resolution to resolve exoplanets from their host star. This enables direct characterization of the exoplanet’s atmosphere, but most direct imaging instruments do not have spectrographs with high enough spectral resolving power for detailed atmospheric characterization. We used recent advances in photonic manufacturing to create the Multi-Core fiber-fed Integral-Field Unit (MCIFU), a novel integral-field spectrograph for telescopes that have adaptive optics systems. The data set is a collection of data...

Supplementary data for \"The north polar basal unit of Mars: An Amazonian record of surface processes and climate events\"

Stefano Nerozzi
This repository contains the geologic and radar mapping vector and raster products resulting from the analysis of radar profiles and visible imagery data of the basal unit (BU) in the Planum Boreum of Mars.
The radar profiles and imagery data are publicly available on the Planetary Data System (https://pds.nasa.gov/). Please refer to the Data and Methods section of the manuscript for details on the analysis and processing procedures.
The final products contained in this repository are in...

Metropolitan Geographic Definitions and Code for \"Geographies of Insecure Water Access and the Housing-Water Nexus in U.S. Cities.\"

Katie Meehan, Jason R Jurjevich, Nicholas Chun & Justin Sherrill
Safe, reliable, and equitable water access is critical to human health and livelihoods. In this study, we undertake the first systematic and comprehensive analysis of household piped water access in the United States, with the aim of explaining drivers of infrastructural inequality in the 50 largest metropolitan areas. Drawing on statistical analysis and regression modeling of U.S. census microdata at the household scale, our analysis reveals spatial and sociodemographic patterns of racialized, class-based, and housing...

Data and Code for Enabling Authors to Produce Computable Phenotype Measurements Usability Studies on the Software Prototype \"Measurement Recorder\"

& Hong Cui
The dataset contains the data and codes for the study called "Enabling Authors to Produce Computable Phenotype Measurements: Usability Studies on the Software Prototype “Measurement Recorder"". The data include user logs of participants interactions with the software and their responses to questionnaires.

For inquiries regarding the contents of this dataset, please contact the Corresponding Author listed in the README.txt file. Administrative inquiries (e.g., removal requests, trouble downloading, etc.) can be directed to data-management@arizona.edu

Data and Code for Enabling Authors to Produce Computable Phenotype Measurements Usability Studies on the Software Prototype \"Measurement Recorder\"

& Hong Cui
The dataset contains the data and codes for the study called "Enabling Authors to Produce Computable Phenotype Measurements: Usability Studies on the Software Prototype “Measurement Recorder"". The data include user logs of participants interactions with the software and their responses to questionnaires.

For inquiries regarding the contents of this dataset, please contact the Corresponding Author listed in the README.txt file. Administrative inquiries (e.g., removal requests, trouble downloading, etc.) can be directed to data-management@arizona.edu

Geomorphological Facies Map for the 2014–2015 Holuhraun Lava Flow-Field in Iceland

Joana Ruth Charlotte Voigt & Christopher W. Hamilton
The materials uploaded here contain the geodatabase (gdb), layer files for the features classes, and a readme file for an ArcGIS-based geomorphological (i.e., facies) map of the 2014–2015 Holuhraun Lava Flow-Field. The gdb includes the feature classes shown in the facies map by Voigt et al. (2021), which was digitized at 1:800-scale using a basemap of Loftmyndir and UltraCam-Xp orthomosaics (see methods section in Voigt et al. (2021)). The gdb contains the following feature classes:...

Sample data for \"Design and Collection Challenges of Building an Academic Email Corpus for Linguistics and Computational Research\"

Damian Yukio Romero Diaz, , Wei Xu & Hui Wang
This dataset contains anonymized email chains between students and instructors in an active learning-teaching relationship. The data was collected from several departments at the University of Arizona.

The data is comprised of seven email chains (conversations) containing a total of 27 email texts. All data is presented in JSON text files. Some of the emails contain a few words in languages other than English, which is why we have encoded all files using UTF-8. We have...

2016 Unmanned aerial system (UAS)-derived orthoimage mosaics and digital terrain models of the SE margin and NE distal lava flow margin, Holuhraun lava flow-field, Vatnajökull National Park, Iceland

Stephen P. Scheidt & Christopher W. Hamilton
Using the UX5-HP imaging system, aerial images were acquired over the SE and NE Holuhraun lava flow margin, adjacent interior and adjacent river systems. The images were captured in JPEG format using a Sony A7R digital camera with a 36 megapixel high-sensitivity CMOS sensor and a 15 mm focal length lens. Images were geocoded after postprocessing of the device's onboard GNSS GPS receiver and a Trimble R10 Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) base station. The...

Supplementary material for \"Mars: Abundant Recurring Slope Lineae (RSL) Following the Planet-Encircling Dust Event (PEDE) of 2018\"

Alfred McEwen, Ethan Schaefer, Colin M. Dundas, Sarah S Sutton, Leslie K Tamppari & Matthew Chojnacki
Supplementary data and figures provided for "Mars: Abundant Recurring Slope Lineae (RSL) Following the Planet-Encircling Dust Event (PEDE) of 2018" submitted to Journal of Geophysical Research - Planets https://doi.org/10.1029/2020JE006575


For inquiries regarding the contents of this dataset, please contact the Corresponding Author listed in the README.txt file. Administrative inquiries (e.g., removal requests, trouble downloading, etc.) can be directed to data-management@arizona.edu

Poster Presentation for \"Reduplicative Morphemes and their Non-Reduplicative Allomorphs in Stratal OT: Stem-Level and Word-Level Reduplication in Hul’q’umi’num’\"

Gloria Mellesmoen
This poster was presented on 2021 April 8 - 11 at the 39th meeting of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics.
Provided abstract:This poster explores (1) whether Stratal Phonology is an appropriate framework for the analysis of verbal (pluractional and imperfective) reduplication in Hul’q’umi’num’, (2) whether Hul’q’umi’num’ verbal reduplication supports predictions informed by Stratal Phonology, and (3) implications Stratal Phonology has for language revitalization.


For inquiries regarding the contents of this dataset, please contact the Corresponding...

Dolichoderinae sensory systems and behavior data

Wulfila Gronenberg, Rebekah Keating & Jill T. Oberski
Data analyzed and presented in the manuscript: "Olfactory system morphology suggests colony size drives trait evolution in odorous ants (Formicidae: Dolichoderinae)".
Data files are named according to the figure in which the data appears in publication. Column names for each file are described in the README.txt file.

For inquiries regarding the contents of this dataset, please contact the Corresponding Author listed in the README.txt file. Administrative inquiries (e.g., removal requests, trouble downloading, etc.) can be directed to...

Arctic Amplification Feedbacks in Siberia: case study of the Yenisei River Basin

Irina P Panyushkina & David Meko
The submission includes 1) tree-ring data and hydrological gauge data used in river discharge and water balance modeling, 2) Environmental Research Letters accepted manuscript and supplemental materials explaining and discussing the data.Abstract
The Yenisei River is the largest contributor of freshwater and energy fluxes among all rivers draining to the Arctic Ocean. Modeling long-term variability of Eurasian runoff to the Arctic Ocean is complicated by the considerable variability of river discharge in time and space, and...

University of Arizona Test-Trace-Treat COVID-19 testing results

Nirav C Merchant, Jim Davis, George H Franks, Chun Ly, Fernando Rios, Todd Wickizer, Gary D Windham & Michelle Yung
The University of Arizona as part of the Test, Trace, Treat (T3) efforts offers two clinical diagnostic tests (Antigen, RT-PCR) to determine whether an individual is currently infected with the COVID-19 virus. These tests are offered on a voluntary basis to all campus community members, symptomatic community members are encouraged to get directly tested at the Campus Health facility.
The Antigen test samples are processed at the CLIA facilities of Harris lab and the RT-PCR samples...

The exhumation history of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt reveals preserved paleotopography since ~160 Ma

Gilby Jepson
Attached is the single-grain apatite and zircon data obtained for the Karatau-Talas Terrane, Kazakhstan-Kyrgyzstan. In addition to modelling parameters used and raw outputs for transparency.

Figure S1. Radial plots for apatite fission-track calculating central ages.
Figure S2. Observed vs Predicted mean track length Distribution and Observed Ages vs Predicted Ages for thermal modelling using QTQt 5.7.0.
Figure S3. Tera-Wasserburg (T-W) concordia diagrams of apatite U-Pb data from samples A16-34, B15204, and 06-TN-12. Ellipses are plotted at 2 sigma...

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