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Activity Monitoring - Mag and Points.tab

Lisa M Gunter, Rachel J Gilchrist, Emily M Blade, Rebecca T Barber, Erica N Feuerbacher, JoAnna M Platzer & Clive D L Wynne
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Building Resilience in Seattle: An Analysis of City Plans

Sara Meerow, Sierra Woodruff, Bryce Hannibal, Melina Matos, Malini Roy & Philip Gilbertson
This report highlights findings from a joint research project between Arizona State University and Texas A University funded by the National Science Foundation. The central goal of the Resilience Planning Networks project is to assess the degree of coordination of government agencies and stakeholders engaged in resilience planning and to examine the influence of coordination on the integration of flood mitigation across multiple plans. By combining surveys, social network analysis, and the latest techniques in...

Building Resilience in Boston: An Analysis of City Plans

Sierra C. Woodruff, Sara Meerow, Bryce Hannibal, Malini Roy, Melina Matos & Philip Gilbertson
This report highlights findings from a joint research project between Arizona State University and Texas A University funded by the National Science Foundation. The central goal of the Resilience Planning Networks project is to assess the degree of coordination of government agencies and stakeholders engaged in resilience planning and to examine the influence of coordination on the integration of flood mitigation across multiple plans. By combining surveys, social network analysis, and the latest techniques in...

Investigating the Impact of Brief Outings on the Welfare of Dogs Living in US Shelters

Lisa M Gunter, Rachel J Gilchrist, Emily M Blade, Rebecca T Barber, Erica N Feuerbacher, JoAnna M Platzer & Clive D L Wynne
Social isolation likely contributes to reduced welfare for shelter-living dogs. Several studies have established that time out of the kennel with a person can improve dogs’ behavior and reduce physiological measures of stress. This study assessed the effects of two-and-a-half-hour outings on the urinary cortisol levels and activity of dogs as they awaited adoption at four animal shel-ters. Dogs’ urine was collected before and after outings for cortisol:creatinine analysis, and ac-celerometer devices were used to...

RPN Plan Analysis Boston City Summary.pdf

Sierra C. Woodruff, Sara Meerow, Bryce Hannibal, Malini Roy, Melina Matos & Philip Gilbertson
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RPN Plan Analysis Seattle City Summary.pdf

Sara Meerow, Sierra Woodruff, Bryce Hannibal, Melina Matos, Malini Roy & Philip Gilbertson
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Resilience Planning Networks: Plan Analysis Methodology

Sierra Woodruff, Sara Meerow, Bryce Hannibal, Melina Matos & Malini Roy
This document outlines the methodology used in the Resilience Planning Networks project to analyze how the network of plans in four coastal cities are impacting resilience to flooding. This included an assessment of plan quality, plan integration scorecard, and plan cross-referencing.

Supplementary material for Planning for extreme heat: A national survey of U.S. planners

Sara Meerow & Ladd Keith
This is the supplementary material for the study Planning for extreme heat: A national survey of U.S. planners by Sara Meerow and Ladd Keith.

MMM Aggregate Educator 2018 and 2019 Survey Data .tab

Katherine Hinde
For best results, download the Excel file.

HindeKatie_MMM_Aggregate_Figure_Source_Data_Readme.txt

Katherine Hinde
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COVID Future Wave 1 Survey Data v1.0.0

Deborah Salon, Matthew Wigginton Conway, Denise Capasso Da Silva, Rishabh Chauhan, Ali Shamshiripour, Ehsan Rahimi, Laura Mirtich, Sara Khoeini, Kouros Mohammadian, Sybil Derrible & Ram Pendyala
This dataset is the product of the first wave of a nationwide longitudinal survey collecting information about travel-related behaviors and attitudes before, during, and after the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey questions cover a wide range of topics including commuting, daily travel, air travel, working from home, online learning, shopping, and risk perception, along with attitudinal, socioeconomic, and demographic information. Version 1.0 of the survey data contains 8,723 responses that are publicly available. The survey is...

Building Resilience in Baltimore: An Analysis of City Plans

Sierra Woodruff, Sara Meerow, Bryce Hannibal, Malini Roy, Melina Matos & Philip Gilbertson
This report highlights findings from a joint research project between Arizona State University and Texas A University funded by the National Science Foundation. The central goal of the Resilience Planning Networks project is to assess the degree of coordination of government agencies and stakeholders engaged in resilience planning and to examine the influence of coordination on the integration of flood mitigation across multiple plans. By combining surveys, social network analysis, and the latest techniques in...

Arizona Death Statistics

Death data includes over 300 fields describing the decedent’s death event. The data set contains all information on the death certificate including demographics, date and time of death, cause and location of death. In addition, information about the decedent’s work, military status, education, and marital status if the decedent was an adult at the time of death. Facility, funeral home, coroner, physician, and other provider information is also included. To request health data: ASU Request...

Arizona State Immunization Information System (Immunization Data) (ASIIS)

The Arizona State Immunization Information System (ASIIS) is an immunization registry which contains immunization data on individuals. Providers are mandated under Arizona state law to report all immunizations administered to children 18 years of age and younger to the state’s health department. To request health data: ASU Request Form

Arizona Birth Statistics

Arizona birth data sets include over 100 fields describing the birth event. Data for identifiable data set include birth attendants, facilities, providers, and parents’ information. Data about the child includes all demographics as well as details and measurements at the time of the birth and during delivery. Further data on the days following the birth include information on breast feeding, and number of siblings. The data set also includes prenatal information regarding the mother’s care...

Lava flow eruption conditions in the Tharsis Volcanic Province on Mars

Sean Peters, Phil Christensen & Amanda Clarke
The data were collected from derived products of instruments on NASA missions orbiting Mars accessed through the Java Mission-planning and Analysis for Remote Sensing (JMARS) GIS platform. Our dataset exists in the form of tables and Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, with a data volume of 2 MB. The dataset generated represents measured flow dimensions (i.e., length, width, and slope) and subsequent calculated flow dimensions (i.e., volume and mass) for 40 lava flows observed in the Tharsis...

MMM Aggregate Figure Source Data

Katherine Hinde
Source data for figures in 2021 manuscript "March Mammal Madness and the Power of Narrative in Science Outreach."

HindeKatie_MMM_Aggregate_Educator_2018_and_2019_Survey_Data_Readme.txt

Katherine Hinde
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MMM Aggregate Educator 2018 and 2019 Survey Data

Katherine Hinde
Raw and imputed data from the 2018 and 2019 surveys of educators who use March Mammal Madness with their learners.

Replication Data for: The implications of barrier ephemerality and generation time in geogenomic research

Greer A. Dolby, Raúl Araya-Donoso, Sarah M. Baty, Pedro Alonso-Alonso, María José Sanín, Benjamin T. Wilder & Adrián Munguía-Vega
CDMetaPop simulations output data in genalex format, and scripts for R and CDMetaPop.

Replication Data for: Western Regional Copyright Education Project

Anali Maughan Perry, Patrick Newell, Lori Weber, Rachel Bridgewater, Karen Grondin, Jordan Jedry, Jaclyn Noble & Max Robinson
The survey was administered using the Qualtrics cloud survey software. Several weeks in late September 2020 were spent collecting information about all known state and regional library email lists in the 13 targeted Western states. In addition, contact information for many individuals was gathered, such as state librarians and library directors. The goal was to reach as many library professionals, from as many kinds of libraries, as possible during our outreach campaign. This contact information...

Focus group transcripts for Western Regional Copyright Education Project

Anali Maughan Perry, Patrick Newell, Christopher Mullins, Rachel Bridgewater, Karen Grondin, Max Robinson, Jordan Jedry, Lori Weber & Jaclyn Noble
Combined, anonymized focus group transcripts from eight different focus groups conducted in March 2021 in support of the Western Regional Copyright Education Project. Report submitted to IMLS with data analysis is available at ASU Library's KEEP Repository. People involved with focus group facilitation, transcription, and preparation for submission are: Rachel Bridgewater, Karen Grondin, Jordan Jedry, Patrick Newell, Christopher Mullins, Anali Maughan Perry, and Max Robinson.

Hospital Discharge Data

ADHS collects hospital discharge records for inpatient and emergency department visits from all Arizona licensed hospitals. These data include deidentified and identified demographics, facilities, discharge diagnoses, and providers. Hospital discharge data is available in two distinct categories: inpatient and emergency department. Both categories contain approximately 200 fields describing the patient demographics, details about the medical condition, hospital or emergency department stay, discharge status, and charges associated with the stay. There are about 4 times the...

Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)

The Arizona Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) telephone survey has been in existence since 1984 and is partially funded by the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This surveillance collects data from Arizona adults aged 18 and over living at home. Although BRFSS data are available for download from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, these data are focused down to the county and zip code for Arizona. Data include answers to...

Replication Data for: Legislative Diversity and the Rise of Women Lobbyists

James Strickland & Katelyn Stauffer
Despite a growing body of literature examining the consequences of women’s inclusion among lobbyists, our understanding of the factors that lead to women’s initial emergence in the profession is limited. In this study, we propose that gender diversity among legislative targets incentivizes organized interests to hire women lobbyists, and thus helps to explain when and how women emerge as lobbyists. Using a comprehensive data set of registered lobbyist-client pairings from all American states in 1989...

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