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Mechanical data from rotary shear experiments on material derived from outcrops felsic and mafic rocks in the East African Rift Zone

Nina Hellebrekers
In all experiments, multiple series of velocity-steps were performed to obtain the velocity dependence of friction. The data can be modeled using rate-and-state friction equations (see Marone, 1998). We used the rate-and-state friction tool included in the XLOOK program to invert the data for all RSF parameters. For more details on the inversions scheme, see e.g. Reinen and Weeks, 1993. The excel-files included give the best fit values for the different parameters and different velocity...

Supplementary data to: Nanoplastics and ultrafine microplastic in the Dutch Wadden Sea – the hidden plastics debris?

Dusan Materic
Dušan Materić 1,*, Rupert Holzinger1, Helge Niemann2,3 1 Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research Utrecht, Utrecht University, Princetonplein 5, 3584CC Utrecht, the Netherlands 2 NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, Landsdiep 4, 1797 SZ 't Horntje (Texel), the Netherlands 3Department of Earth Sciences, Utrecht University, Princetonplein 5, 3584CC Utrecht, the Netherlands *Correspondence: d.materic@uu.nl This is the repository of the supplementary, data and it contains: 1. Raw .h5 data files as the original output of...

Vital@2040 professional and policy makers data

Anne Annink
The aim of Vital@2040 is to increase physical activity among groups of children with lower physical activity rates, by contributing to the development and evaluation of interventions. First, Vital@2040 examined parental, professional and policy maker hindering and supporting influences on facilitating club-organized sports participation for children, including on acquiring financial support for children’s sports participation. The study was completed in April 2022. Second, Vital@2040 build Living Labs with local stakeholders in order to develop and...

Understanding Enhanced Rotational Dynamics of Active Probes in Rod Suspensions

Meike Bos
Data package accompanying the publication with the above title in Soft Matter [10.1039/d2sm00583b]. This package provides all the relevant information for numerically studying Active Brownian particles (APs) exhibiting enhanced rotational diffusion (ERD) in a quasi-two-dimensional suspension of colloidal rods. Activity couples AP-rod contacts to reorientation, with the variance therein leading to ERD. This ERD is captured by a a variant of the coupling used in our previous phenomenological modeling [10.1103/PhysRevLett.125.258002; and associated data package 10.24416/UU01-NXITLI]....

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