Data for sequence comparison of commamox genomes and genes identified
This dataset contains information about all the features extracted from the raw data files, the formulas that were assigned to some of these features, and the candidate compounds that correspond to those formulas. Data sources, bioactivity, exposure estimates, functional uses, and predicted and observed retention times are available for all candidate compounds.
it includes available natural resources for outdoor activities, Physical inactivity and households income
The attached dataset comprises 187 records, summarized by 2010 census tract. There are 40 variable fields including percent landcover type from the 2011 30m National Land Cover Dataset, density of greenway trails from Wake County (NC) gov't, and demographic attributes from the 2014 American Community Survey. Two fields reflect count (during 2013-2015) and rate of sudden death; these fields are blank because these human-health data are protected under IRB agreement through UNC. The EPA/ORD point...
GMAP mobile monitoring data from Charleston study and C-PORT results
ACONC files containing simulated ozone and PM2.5 fields that were used to create the model difference plots shown in the journal article.
Estimating environmental co-benefits of U.S. low-carbon pathways using the GCAM-USA integrated assessment modelChristopher Nolte
There are many technological pathways that can lead to reduced carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. However, these pathways can have substantially different impacts on other environmental endpoints, such as air quality and energy-related water demand. This study uses an integrated assessment model with state-level resolution of the U.S. energy system to compare environmental impacts of alternative low-carbon pathways. One set of pathways emphasizes nuclear energy and carbon capture and storage (NUC/CCS), while another set emphasizes renewable...
This file has two sheets. Data are measurements by Citizen Science Air Monitors (CSAM) and Federal Monitors, which sampled particulate matter (PM), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), relative humidity (RH), and temperature (T). Variables for each sheet are described in more detail below The sheet “Snorkel No-Snorkel Comparison” includes data from two CSAM units, CSAM-2 and CSAM-3. CSAM-2 used a snorkel tube to sample outdoor air, and CSAM-3 did not use a snorkel tube. CSAM-2 and CSAM-3...
Data Dictionary for "Comparison of soil sampling and analytical methods for asbestos at the Sumas Mountain Asbestos Site—Working towards a toolbox for better assessment", Version 1 (8/28/2017); by D.A. Vallero (ORD-NERL) and J. Wroble (Region 10).Daniel Vallero
Definition of terms used in manuscript's technical descriptions, tables and figure.
Ecohydrological Index, Native Fish, and Climate Trends and Relationships in the Kansas River Basin_datasetMuluken Muche
The dataset is an excel file that contain data for the figures in the manuscript.
Using existing habitat datasets and natural-history traits, we created a Habitat Suitability Index (HSI) model in ArcGIS to determine the distribution of suitable habitat for harvested clams in Yaquina Bay. Existing habitat datasets were used to interpolate value estimates throughout the bay for the four input habitat variables used in the model (sediment % fines, bathymetry, salinity, and burrowing shrimp presence). Natural history traits (derived from literature) were then used to assign binary suitability values...
The dataset represents data used to create tables and figures used in in manuscript.
Meteorological and concentration data at the Las Vegas I-15 monitoring site.
A case study on the use of exposure-activity ratios (EARs) to prioritize sites, chemicals, and bioactivities of concern in Great Lakes watersBrett Blackwell
As a case study, chemical occurrence data from a 2012 study in the Great Lakes Basin along with the ToxCast™ effects database were used to calculate exposure-activity ratios (EARs) as a prioritization tool. Technical considerations of data processing and use of the ToxCast™ database are presented and discussed. EAR prioritization identified multiple sites, biological pathways, and chemicals that warrant further investigation. Biological pathways were then linked to adverse outcome pathways to identify potential adverse outcomes...
The EPA’s Water Security Test Bed (WSTB) facility is a full-scale representation of a drinking water distribution system. In collaboration with the Idaho National Laboratory (INL), EPA designed the WSTB facility to support full-scale evaluations of water infrastructure decontamination, real-time sensors, mobile water treatment systems, and decontamination of premise plumbing and appliances. The EPA research focused on decontamination of 1) Bacillus globigii (BG) spores, a non-pathogenic surrogate for Bacillus anthracis and 2) Bakken crude oil....
Measurement of pyrethroids and their environmental degradation products in fresh fruits and vegetables using a modification of the quick easy cheap effective rugged safe (QuEChERS) methodJames Starr
This file presents percent recovery values for pyrethroid insecticides and pyrethroid degradation products spiked into: lettuce, green peppers, onions, carrots, broccoli, apples, grapes, tomatoes, oranges (whole, peel and no peel), bananas (peel, and no peel). And pyrethroid / degradation product concentration measurements from: apples, grapes, tomatoes, lettuce, and banana peels collected from supermarkets in the Raleigh/Durham North Carolina area over a one-month period.
Paper samples, paper extracts (known), paper extracts (unknown)
Water quality measurements, disinfectant decay during experiments, raw data, qPCR data.
Understanding the relationship between flood inundation and floodplains is critical for ecosystem and community health and well-being, as well as targeting floodplain and riparian restoration. Many communities in the United States, particularly those in rural areas, lack inundation maps due to the high cost of flood modeling. Only 60% of the conterminous United States has Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) through the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This EnviroAtlas dataset provides an estimate of...
Data set consists of survey data containing PII, water quality sample test results for fecal indicator bacteria and additional supporting information
data includes human health survey data, linked records of chemical measures and measures of water quality
extensively in Europe, but not in the United States. In a previous study, we adapted AMBI for use in US coastal waters (US AMBI), but saw biases in salinity and score distribution when compared to locally calibrated indices. In this study we modified M-AMBI for US waters and compared its performance to that of US AMBI. Index performance was evaluated in three ways: 1) concordance with local indices presently being used as management tools in...
The attached zip file contains all of the source data, intermediate outputs and R-scripts used to calculate the tipping points reported in the Frank et al manuscript.
The data is on 4 tabs, separated by species (rat, human) and chemical (EH-TBB and BEH_TEBP). The data is by cell (2-4/skin), and includes %dose in receptor fluid over time, % unabsorbed, % absorbed and % penetrated.
Coliphages and gastrointestinal illness in recreational waters: pooled analysis of six coastal beach cohortsTimothy Wade
Data consists of health and survey data from epidemiological studies at beach sites and water quality measurements