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Dataset - Complicated Grief following Job Loss - Risk factors for its development and maintenance

J.H.W. Van Eersel
Abstract Increasing evidence shows that job loss can lead to symptoms of complicated grief (CG). However, little is known about which factors relate to the development and maintenance of CG symptoms following job loss. This study aimed to examine risk factors for the development and maintenance of job loss-related CG symptoms. For this study 485 Dutch workers who had lost their job were recruited (239 men and 246 women), with an average age of 50.2...

University policy framework for research data Utrecht University

Esther Stiekema
RDM Policy Framework of the Utrecht University.

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...

Data supplement to \"A Study in Blue: Secondary Copper-rich Minerals and their Associated Bacterial Diversity in Icelandic Lava Tubes\"

Nina Kopacz
Lava tubes on Earth represent some of the most enticing Martian analogue environments when investigating the possibility of past or present life on Mars. Lava tubes provide stable, sheltered environments, isolated and protected from the radiation on the surface. The microbial mats in these caves further regulate the environment for life, allowing various microbial communities with different metabolisms to coexist. This adaptation is so successful, one could imagine such a microbe-mineral continuum might occur on...

The European methane isotope database coupled with a global inventory of fossil and non-fossil δ13C- and δ2H-CH4 source signature measurements

Malika Menoud
Stable isotopic composition (13C and 2H) of methane (CH4) emission sources. European Methane Isotope Database, based on measurements carried out during the MEMO2 project (https://h2020-memo2.eu) Methane Isotopic signatures from previous literature, reported by Sherwood et al. (2017, 2021), and in other literature sources. Sherwood, O.A., Schwietzke, S., Arling, V.A., Etiope, G., 2017. Global Inventory of Gas Geochemistry Data from Fossil Fuel, Microbial and Burning Sources, version 2017. Earth Syst. Sci. Data 9, 639–656. https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-9-639-2017 Sherwood,...

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.

Bicarbonate-stimulated membrane reorganization in stallion spermatozoa

Chris H.A. van de Lest
"Bicarbonate-stimulated membrane reorganization in stallion spermatozoa", published in: Frontiers Cell and Developmental Biology https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fcell.2021.772254 This study aimed to investigate and clarify several aspects of stallion sperm capacitation occurring in the presence of bicarbonate, calcium and albumin. Specifically, re-organization of the plasma membrane after the initiation of sperm capacitation was investigated using lipidomics, cryo-electron microscopy, flow cytometry and complementary biochemical strategies. To this end, phosphatidylserine (PS) and phosphatidylethanolamine exposure in viable sperm was monitored with flow...

Gezond thuiswerken (working from home healthily)

Anne van der Put
The research project Gezond thuiswerken (working from home healthily) of Utrecht University aimed to study the health and well-being of Dutch employees that worked from home during the covid-19 pandemic. To stop the spread of infections, the Dutch government advised employees to work from home as much as possible during the data collection period (March-July 2021). As a result, many employees worked from home for the majority of their working hours, while before March 2020...

European Sustainable Workforce Survey - Full

Tanja Van der Lippe
A sustainable European workforce has become increasingly relevant in our present day and age. Flexibility and job insecurity are omnipresent; organizational workforces are displaying growing diversity with respect to age, gender, ethnicity and family status; and Europe’s welfare states are delegating more and more responsibility for the well-being of workers to employers. Now more so than ever, organizations need to consider investing in workers to improve their performance and level of satisfaction. These investments can...

History Database of the Global Environment 2.0

Kees G.M. Klein Goldewijk
This HYDE 2.0 version is an updated version from 'The IMAGE 2 Hundred Year (1890 1990) Data Base of the Global Environment (HYDE) (1.0) called, and the 'A Hundred Year (1890 1990) Database for Integrated Environmental Assessments (HYDE, version 1.1). Testing against historical data is an important step for validating integrated models of global environmental change. Owing to long time lags in the climate system, these models should aim the simulation of the land use...

History Database of the Global Environment 3.1

Kees G.M. Klein Goldewijk
This database presents an update and expansion of the History Database of the Global Environment (HYDE, v 3.1). HYDE is and internally consistent combination of updated historical population estimates and land use. Categories include cropland and grazing land. Population is represented by maps of total, urban, rural population and population density as well as built-up area. The period covered is 10 000 BCE to 2015 CE. Spatial resolution is 5 arc minutes (approx. 85 km2...

Attribution of Plastic Sources Using Bayesian Inference: Application to River-Sourced Floating Plastic in the South Atlantic Ocean

Claudio Pierard
Data from "Attribution of Plastic Sources Using Bayesian Inference: Application to River-Sourced Floating Plastic in the South Atlantic Ocean." 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.

Illgraben topographic datasets 2018 - 2021

Tjalling de Haas
Topographic data of the Illgraben channel from November 2018 to September 2021. The folder contains orthophotos, DTMs, and hillshades DTMs in geotiff format, and point clouds in .laz format. Models have been made through structure-from-motion with aerial drone images. There is a new version (1.2) of this dataset, which can be found here; https://public.yoda.uu.nl/geo/UU01/XXASOM.html

Microstructural data used in “Drill core from seismically active sandstone gas reservoir yields clues to internal deformation mechanisms”

Berend Antonie Verberne, Suzanne J.T. Hangx, Ronald P.J. Pijnenburg, Maartje F. Hamers, Martyn R. Drury & Christopher J. Spiers
Europe’s largest gas field, the Groningen field (the Netherlands), is widely known for induced subsidence and seismicity caused by gas pressure depletion and associated compaction of the sandstone reservoir. Whether compaction is elastic or partly inelastic, as implied by recent experiments, is a key factor in forecasting system behavior and seismic hazard. We sought evidence for inelastic deformation through comparative microstructural analysis of unique drill core recovered from the seismogenic center of the field in...

Model output for the paper \"Reconciling the conflicting extent of overriding plate deformation before and during megathrust earthquakes in South America, Sunda, and northeast Japan\"

Mario D'Acquisto
This repository contains the relevant data (part of numerical model output) used to plot the figures in the main body of the manuscript mentioned in the title, authored by Mario D’Acquisto, Taco Broerse, Celine P. Marsman, and Rob Govers, submitted for publication in Geophysical Journal International. Paper abstract: "We aim to better understand the overriding plate deformation during the megathrust earthquake cycle. We estimate the spatial patterns of interseismic GNSS velocities in South America, Southeast...

Monitoring of Antibiotic Resistance in Veterinary Pathogens by re-use of data? Validation of existing databases

Jobke van Hout, Thijs Derkman, Maaike Gonggrijp, Annet Heuvelink, Jeanine Wiegel, Els Broens, Marloes Van Dijk & Nonke Hopman
The emergence and spread of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is considered a serious public health threat with use of antimicrobials in animals considered as one of the potential risk factors. In the Netherlands, veterinary use of antimicrobials (AMU) has been decreased substantially in the last decade and gradually the focus shifts to ‘prudent use’: reduction and refinement of AMU. To achieve 'prudent use' in practice, among others evidence-based treatment guidelines are required and therefore knowledge on...

Core photographs of the Rotliegend reservoir of the Groningen gas field and surrounding areas

Clemens A. Visser & Karel Bokhorst
The Groningen gas field is the largest gas field in Europe and has been showing seismicity since the 1990s. The ~200 meter deep gas reservoir is situated at ~3 km depth, and comprises Permian (Slochteren) sandstone from the Rotliegend formation. The reservoir has been cored extensively by the field operator, the Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM). This dataset constitutes photographs of core slabs (core-parallel slices) taken from the reservoir intervals of 67 cored wells in the...

Computing Marine Plankton Connectivity under Thermal Constraints

Darshika Manral
Data generated for manuscript 'Computing Marine Plankton Connectivity under Thermal Constraints' submitted to Frontiers in Marine Science, section Marine Ecosystem Ecology on 10 October 2022. The data consists of release locations file and mapping of locations to Lagrangian simulations, connectivity matrices, matrices from bootstrapping results and between sample station connectivities. The repository with the code to run the generate release locations, simulations and analysis is available at https://github.com/OceanParcels/atlanteco_tara_connectivity_plankton.

Grief, depression, and anxiety following job loss: Patterns and correlates

J.H.W. Van Eersel
Abstract Background. Research on grief, depression, and anxiety reactions following job loss is sparse. More insight in this matter could be important for the development of preventive and curative methods addressing the perceived emotional distress following job loss, especially in the case of job loss-related grief reactions. Objective. The aim of this study was to examine job loss-related grief reactions in relation to depression and anxiety symptoms. Method. A sample of 525 Dutch workers (59.8%...

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...

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...


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.

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...

Top-view and cross-section photographs from analogue experiments of strain partitioning during coeval indentation and back-arc extension performed in the Tectonic modelling laboratory (TecLab) at Utrecht University

Nemanja Krstekanić
This dataset contains original unaltered top-view and cross-section photographs of 4 crustal-scale analogue models. Top-view photographs were taken at a regular time interval from the beginning until the end of each experiment (for details see below). Cross-section photographs were taken at the end of each experiment. Top-view photographs were used to analyse surface deformation through time and space, while in cross-sections vertical deformation was studied. The dataset is arranged in 4 folders, each containing the...

Expert teachers teaching sensitive topics in Dutch secondary education

Bjorn Wansink
For our research, we purposefully selected nine teachers that were nominated by university-based teacher educators as expert. Furthermore, teachers needed to meet three criteria to be selected for this study: firstly, they had to be active within Dutch secondary education. We chose to select only in-service teachers, because pre-service teachers are often reserved in discussing controversial topics. Secondly, teachers needed to be willing to develop a lesson along the lines of our instruction. And finally,...

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