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Top-view and cross-section photographs from analogue experiments of strain partitioning around a rigid indenter performed in the Tectonic modelling laboratory (TecLab) at Utrecht University

Nemanja Krstekanić & Ernst Willingshofer
This dataset contains original top-view and cross-section photographs of 12 crustal-scale analogue models. Top-view photographs were taken in regular time intervals from the beginning until the end of each experiment (for details see below). Cross-section photographs were taken at the end of each experiment. Therefore, top-view photographs provide means to track and analyse surface deformation through time and space and cross-sections allow to demonstrate overall vertical deformation of each model. The data are grouped in...

Supporting data set for manuscript \"Remediation of annular gas migration along cemented wellbores using reactive mineral fluids: experimental assessment of sodium bicarbonate and sodium silicate-based solutions\"

Timotheus K.T. Wolterbeek
Brief description of the Data: This folder contains data for a study on reactive sealing of microannuli along wellbore casing-cement interfaces. The data set consists of four Microsoft Excel Worksheets, containing volume, flow rate, and pressure data with time for reference and reactive flow measurements on two samples, denoted BC-1 and SIL-1 in the aforementioned study. This document provides basic descriptions of the samples, experimental procedures and data processing. For more detailed information, the reader...

Attribution of River-Sourced Floating Plastic in the South Atlantic Ocean Using Bayesian Inference

Claudio Pierard
Data from "Attribution of River-Sourced Floating Plastic in the South Atlantic Ocean Using Bayesian Inference". The data consists of: - Lagrangian simulation used for analysis. - Prior probability file for the sources. The repository with the code to run the analysis can be found at https://github.com/OceanParcels/BayesianAnalysis_SouthAtlantic.

Data from seismic slip-pulse experiments simulating induced earthquake rupture in the Groningen gas field

Luuk Bernd Hunfeld
Rock materials show dramatic dynamic weakening in large-displacement (m), high-velocity (~1 m/s) friction experiments, providing a mechanism for the generation of large, natural earthquakes. However, whether such weakening occurs during induced M3-4 earthquakes (dm displacements) is unknown. We performed rotary-shear experiments on simulated fault gouges prepared from the source-, reservoir- and caprock formations present in the seismogenic Groningen gas field (Netherlands). Water-saturated gouges were subjected to a slip pulse reaching a peak circumferential velocity of...

Data supplement to \"Salt marsh and tidal flat area distributions along three estuaries\"

Harke Douma
Data was generated for three estuaries by automated classification of false-colour aerial imagery. The estuaries are the Western Scheldt, the Eastern Scheldt and the Ems-Dollard in the Netherlands. The vector data of land cover classes are for the intertidal zones of the three estuaries. The original aerial imagery is available from Rijkswaterstaat. The automated method can be applied in other estuaries and tidal basins, such as the Wadden Sea, provided that high-quality areal imagery is...

GVP2010

Iris Mulders
Stimulus set, data, and analysis scripts for the experiment reported in Mulders (2021), 'Are Dutch posture verbs lexical or functional elements?' Linguistics in the Netherlands 2021, ed. by M. Dingemanse, E. van Lier, & J. Vogels. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Rater agreement for assessment of equine back mobility at walk and trot compared to quantitative gait analysis.

T.J.P. Spoormakers
Background: Lameness assessment in horses is still predominantly performed using subjective methods. Visual assessment is known to have moderate to good intra-rater agreement but relatively poor inter-rater agreement. Little is known about inter- and intra-rater agreement on the evaluation of back motion, for which no objective measurement technique in a clinical setting is available thus far. Objectives: To describe inter- and intra-rater agreement of visual evaluation of equine back mobility. Study design: Rater reliability study...

Reflexive and Reciprocals in Spanish and Catalan

Júlia Nieto Bou
This dataset is the result of the research master thesis in which we studied reflexivity and reciprocity in Spanish and Catalan. The first part of this thesis focus on the identification of lexical reflexivity and lexical reciprocity. The second part of the thesis aims to investigate the overlap found in Spanish and Catalan between plural reflexive and reciprocal interpretations. More about the research can be found in an article: DOI REQUIRED The data are structured...

Frictional properties of simulated shale-coal fault gouges: Implications for induced seismicity in source rocks below Europe’s largest gas field

Jinfeng Liu, Luuk Bernd Hunfeld, André Rik Niemeijer & Christopher James Spiers
We report 21 frictional sliding experiments performed on simulated fault gouges prepared from shale-coal mixtures. Our aim was to investigate the effects of local coal seam smearing on the frictional properties and induced seismogenic potential of faults cutting the Upper Carboniferous source rocks underlying the Groningen gas reservoir (Netherlands). We used shale/siltstone core recovered from beneath the Groningen reservoir plus Polish bituminous coal of similar age and origin to coals locally present in the Groningen...

Datapackages PhD research Lisa Ansems

Lisa Ansems
These datapackages (1 for each of the 3 empirical studies) belong to the doctoral research conducted by Lisa Ansems during December 2016 and January 2021 on perceived procedural justice from the perspective of criminal defendants.

Verbal Diminutives - Appendix

Sterre Leufkens & Jenny Audring
Excel file with information on language sample used for paper 'Mall events. Verbal diminutives in the language of the world' (Audring, Leufkens, Van Lier, to appear) + rtf-file describing the excel file.

Kees Smit, Brieven van en aan Arnoldus Buchelius: complete verzameling met transcripties en annotaties

Bart Jaski
Geannoteerde editie van alle bekende brieven van en aan Arnoldus Buchelius (Aernout van Buchell) (1565-1641) in handschrift en druk. Het gaat om 414 brieven van/aan 76 personen, bewaard in verschillende bibliotheken binnen en buiten Nederland. Annotated edition of all the known letters from and to Arnoldus Buchelius (Aernout van Buchell) (1565-1641) in manuscript or printed. It concerns 414 letters from/to 76 persons, kept in various libraries in and outside the Netherlands.

Contact model and numerical modelling results: “Compaction of the Groningen Gas Reservoir Sandstone: Discrete Element Modelling Using Microphysically Based Grain-Scale Interaction Laws”

Mohammad Hadi Mehranpour
Reservoir compaction, surface subsidence and induced seismicity are often associated with prolonged hydrocarbon production. Recent experiments conducted on the Groningen gas field’s Slochteren sandstone reservoir rock, at in-situ conditions, have shown that compaction involves both poro-elastic strain and time-independent, permanent strain caused by consolidation and shear of clay films coating the sandstone grains, with grain failure occurring at higher stresses. To model compaction of the reservoir in space and time, numerical approaches, such as the...

Continuous versus discrete data analysis for gait evaluation of horses with induced bilateral hindlimb lameness

Ineke Smit
Background: Gait kinematics measured during equine gait analysis are typically evaluated by analysing (asymmetry-based) discrete variables (e.g. peak values) obtained from continuous kinematic signals (e.g. timeseries of datapoints). However, when used for the assessment of complex cases of lameness, such as bilateral lameness, discrete variable analysis might overlook relevant functional adaptations. Objectives: The overall aim of this paper is to compare continuous and discrete data analysis techniques to evaluate kinematic gait adaptations to lameness. Study...

Model files for the benthic species model

Muriel Z.M. Brückner
This repository includes the model files used in the publication of Brückner et al. 2021 - "Benthic species as mud patrol‐modelled effects of bioturbators and biofilms on large‐scale estuarine mud and morphology" doi: https://doi.org/10.1002/esp.5080. The files contain the initial model domain used in the Delft3D model and the associated Delft3D files. More information about the data and its content can be found in readme.txt. Contact person is Muriel Brückner - Researcher - M.Bruckner@exeter.ac.uk. Abstract study:...

Surface DEM’s data and cross-sections from analogue experiments of subduction initiation performed in the Tectonic Laboratory (TecLab) at Utrecht University

Antoine Auzemery & Ernst Willingshofer
In order to show the spatial and temporal evolution of deformation and associated surface topography, we present our results in terms of surface scans and final cross sections. The latter are pictures recorded at the end of the experiment. They are obtained at two-third of their width. Experiments are monitored using digital photography and laser scans of the top surface. Digital elevation models, DEM's, are used to retrieve the surface data (grid xyz) and evaluate...

Data accompanying \"Dynamics of Africa 75 Ma: from plate kinematic reconstructions to intraplate paleo-stresses\"

Marius Christiaan Wouters
Plate reconstruction studies show that the Neotethys Ocean was closing due to convergence of Africa and Eurasia towards the end of the Cretaceous. The period around 75 Ma reflects the onset of continental collision between the two plates, although convergence was still mainly accommodated by subduction, with the Neotethys slab subducting beneath Eurasia. Africa was separated from the rapidly north moving Indian plate by the Owen oceanic transform in the northeast. The rest of the...

Gezangen, schapen en pausen: onderzoek naar de Utrechtse Mariakerkbijbel van 1463

Bart Jaski
Onderzoeksverslag over Utrecht, Universiteitsbibliotheek, Hs. 35 A 3, het tweede deel van een tweedelige bijbel, geschreven door Johannes de Tremonia, rector van de Latijnse school van de Mariakerk in Utrecht in 1463. Research report on Utrecht, University Library, Ms. 35 A 3, the second part of a two-volume bible, written by Johannes de Tremonia, headmaster of the Latin school of St Mary's Church in Utrecht in 1463.

POP data for Nooteboom et al., in prep

Peter Nooteboom
Output of the eddying POP model simulations, using 38Ma paleogeography and 2 and 4 times atmospheric CO2 concentrations.

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