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Partner-specific Behavior in Social Networks: Coordination among Actors with Heterogeneous Preferences

Nikki Van Gerwen
These data were gathered to study coordination games in which individuals have conflicting preferences. We propose the actors’ ability to vary behavior when interacting with different partners (partner-specific behavior) as a mechanism facilitating coordination in situations where actors have different preferences. We assume that actors are connected through a network and play coordination games with their neighbors in the network. Actors may or may not behave partner-specifically and actors’ preferences for outcomes in the game...

Implementing punishment and reward in the public goods game: the effect of individual and collective decision rules

Nynke Van Miltenburg
This data set contains the results of a laboratory experiment within the framework of Public Good Games. Subjects played Public Goods Games with opportunities for punishment or reward that was implemented either by an individual, a majority, or unanimously. A total number of 184 student subjects participated in the experiment (32% male; 34% economics major). Both the majority and unanimity sessions comprised 64 subjects in total, while 56 subjects were in a session which was...

Normative Disagreement and Public Good Provision in (Changing) Groups

Kasper Otten
Prior studies suggest that cooperation in public good games with heterogeneous returns (benefits) is unstable and relatively low because participants disagree on the appropriate way to contribute, but the role of these normative views remains unclear because they are rarely directly measured or manipulated. We measure each participant's view on the appropriate way to contribute to the public good prior to play, and use this information to sort people into groups that either agree or...

Reviewed publications 'The living lab as a methodology for public administration research'

Rianne Dekker
This document provides a full list of 84 publications that were included in a systematic literature review of applications of the living lab methodology in the social sciences. This article is published in the International Journal of Public Administration, DOI:10.1080/01900692.2019.1668410.

CESM data for Baatsen et al. 2020

Michiel Baatsen
Averages and climatologies of primary atmosphere and ocean data from the CESM1.0.5 pre-industrial reference (280ppm CO2 / 671ppb CH4)

Multi-scale Dynamics of Ultrafast Laser Nano-Ablation of Water: Simulation code

D. Van Oosten & J. Hernandez-Rueda
In this work, we present Python code to run the FDTD simulations, as well as the OpenFOAM cases (and the custom OpenFOAM solver code required by that case), that were used to prepare the figures in the manuscript with the title "Multi-scale Dynamics of Ultrafast Laser Nano-Ablation of Water" by J. Hernandez-Rueda and D. van Oosten

CESM data for Baatsen et al. 2020

Michiel Baatsen
Averages and climatologies of primary atmosphere and ocean data from the CESM1.0.5 simulation with 38Ma paleomag reconstruction and 2xPIC (pre-industrial carbon; 560ppm CO2 / 1342ppb CH4)

Bart Jaski, Newton door de ogen van een amateur / Newton through the eyes of an amateur

Bart Jaski
Webpagina over de eerste druk van Newtons Principia, geannoteerd door de Nederlander Adriaan Verwer. Nederlandse tekst en Engelse vertaling. Webpage about the first print of Newton's Principia, annotated by the Dutchman Adriaan Verwer. Dutch text and English translation

Illustration of irrigation patterns for a subset area in the Central Rift Valley Ethiopia

Marjolein Vogels
These files show the output for a subset area located in the Central Rift Valley, Ethiopia (incorporates the city Adama and Koka Lake), following the workflow in the associated paper (Spatio-temporal patterns of smallholder irrigated agriculture in the Horn of Africa using GEOBIA and Sentinel-2 imagery from M.F.A. Vogels, S.M. de Jong, G. Sterk, H. Douma, E.A. Addink; Utrecht University). The studied year is September 2016 to August 2017. It contains: 1) the cropland classification,...

Rotary Shear Experiments on Glass Bead Aggregates

Evangelos Korkolis
Constant sliding velocity (i.e. rate of rotation) friction experiments on mm-thick layers of glass beads, under room temperature and humidity conditions. Stick-slip in sheared granular aggregates is considered to be an analog for the intermittent deformation of the earth’s lithosphere via earthquakes. Stick-slip can be regular, i.e. periodic and of consistent amplitude, or irregular, i.e. aperiodic and of varying amplitude. In the context of seismology, the former behavior resembles the Characteristic Earthquake Model, whereas the...

Stress-cycling data uniaxial compaction of quartz sand in various chemical environments

Mariska T.W. Schimmel
Decarbonisation of the energy system requires new uses of porous subsurface reservoirs, where hot porous reservoirs can be utilised as sustainable sources of heat and electricity, while depleted ones can be employed to temporary store energy or permanently store waste. However, fluid injection induces a poro-elastic response of the reservoir rock, as well as a chemical response that is not well understood. We conducted uniaxial stress-cycling experiments on quartz sand aggregates to investigate the effect...

Arnoldus Buchelius, Index librorum in quibus inscriptiones antiquae vel exhibentur vel explicantur

Bart Jaski
Transcriptie en editie van Utrecht, Universiteitsbibliotheek, Hs. 1682, waarin Aernout van Buchell (1565-1641) een lijst geeft van 180 boeken waarin klassieke inscripties worden getoond of verklaard. Het meest recente boek in de lijst werd gedrukt in 1627. Transcription and edition of Utrecht, University Library, Hs. 1682, in which Aernout van Buchell (1565-1641) gives a list of 180 books in which classical inscriptions are reproduced or explained. The most recent book in the list is from...

Transcriptie T’boeck vande vroet-wijfs van Jacob Rueff vertaald uit het Hoogduits in het Nederlands door Martinus Everaerts, Amsterdam 1591

Bart Jaski
Transcriptie van de Nederlandse tekst van Jacob Rueff, T’boeck vande vroet-wijfs, zoals vertaald uit het Hoogduits door Martinus Everaerts, gepubliceerd in Amsterdam in 1591. Transcription of the Dutch text of Jacob Rueff, T’boeck vande vroet-wijfs (The book of the midwife), as translated from the High German by Martinus Everaerts, published in Amsterdam in 1591.

De festo aurei velleris Traiecti celebrato … anno 1546

Bart Jaski
Transcription of Utrecht, University Library, Ms. 796, part 3 (pp. 30-36), about the parade and festivities of the Chapter of the Order of the Golden Fleece in Utrecht, 1546, a text attributed to Nicolaus Mameranus. The manuscript belonged to Gijsbert Lap van Waveren.

Friction and compaction data of simulated fault gouges derived from the Basal Zechstein caprock of the Groningen gas field

Luuk Bernd Hunfeld
We investigated the rate-and-state frictional properties of simulated anhydrite-carbonate fault gouge derived from the Basal Zechstein caprock overlying the seismogenic Groningen gas reservoir in the NE Netherlands. Direct shear experiments were performed at in-situ conditions of 50-150 °C and 40 MPa effective normal stress, using sliding velocities of 0.1-10 µm/s. Reservoir pore fluid compositions were simulated using 4.4 Molar NaCl brine, as well as methane, air and brine/gas mixtures. Brine-saturated samples showed friction coefficients (µ)...

Rotary Shear Experiments on Glass Bead Aggregates

Evangelos Korkolis
Constant sliding velocity (i.e. rate of rotation) friction experiments on mm-thick layers of glass beads, under room temperature and humidity conditions. Stick-slip in sheared granular aggregates is considered to be an analog for the intermittent deformation of the earth’s lithosphere via earthquakes. Stick-slip can be regular, i.e. periodic and of consistent amplitude, or irregular, i.e. aperiodic and of varying amplitude. In the context of seismology, the former behavior resembles the Characteristic Earthquake Model, whereas the...

Micro-XCT images, grain size distributions and mechanical data used in: \"Uniaxial compaction of sand using 4D X-ray tomography: The effect of mineralogy on grain-scale compaction mechanisms.\"

Jeroen. F. Van Stappen & Suzanne J.T. Hangx
The mechanical behaviour of sand aggregates is often studied as a proxy for poorly consolidated sands and highly porous sandstones. Only recently research aimed at understanding sand deformation has started to use techniques that allow for direct observation of the in-situ grain-scale processes. Using state-of-the-art, time-lapse micro X-ray computed tomography (micro-XCT) imaging, the influence of mineralogy on the compaction of sand aggregates has been investigated by performing uniaxial compaction experiments on four different mineral assemblies...

Intergranular clay films control inelastic deformation in the Groningen gas reservoir: Evidence from split-cylinder deformation tests

Ronald Pijnenburg, Berend Antonie Verberne, Suzanne Hangx & Christopher James Spiers
Production of oil and gas from sandstone reservoirs leads to small elastic and inelastic strains in the reservoir, which may induce surface subsidence and seismicity. While the elastic component is easily described, the inelastic component, and any rate-sensitivity thereof remain poorly understood in the relevant small strain range (≤ 1.0%). To address this, we performed a sequence of five stress/strain-cycling plus strain-marker-imaging experiments on a single split-cylinder sample (porosity 20.4%) of Slochteren sandstone from the...

Hydrothermal friction data of samples obtained from outcrops of the Mai'iu Fault, Papua New Guinae

Andre Rik Niemeijer
General friction and rate and state friction data of powdered fault gouge samples derived from outcrops of the Mai'iu Fault, Papua New Guinae, which is one of the world's most rapidly slipping low-angle normal faults, The experiments show that gouges from the shallowest portion of the fault zone are predominantly weak and velocity-strengthening, while fault rocks deformed at greater depths are stronger and velocity-weakening. Evaluating the geodetic and friction results together with geophysical and microstructural...

WaveWatch_timeseries

Timeseries of wave data extracted from .grb2 files. Timeseries contain a 30-year wave climatology that has been generated with the NOAA WAVEWATCH III® using the Ardhuin et al (2010) physics package, 15 regular lat-lon grids, and the NCEP Climate Forecast System Reanalysis and Reforecast (CFSRR) homogeneous dataset of hourly high-resolution winds. Model setup: Propagation scheme: Higher-order schemes with Tolman (2002) averaging technique (PR3) Linear input: Cavaleri and Malanotte-Rizzoli with filter (LN1) Nonlinear interactions: Discrete interaction...

Microscopic and spectroscopic data of pseudotachylytes and wall rocks from the Moncuni ophiolite

Oliver Plümper
We investigated the microstructures and geochemistry of pseudotachylytes found within the ophiolitic peridotites and gabbros from the Moncuni area (Lanzo Ultramafic Massif, Western Alps). The pseudotachylytes preserve dry glass and pristine microlites. The presence of garnet and the static development of eclogite-facies assemblages in local hydrated domains indicate that pseudotachylytes experienced subduction conditions of 600 °C and 2.1 GPa. Samples were investigated using optical and scanning electron microscopic imaging as well as electron backscatter diffraction,...

Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) data from metabasaltic fault rocks, Woodlark Rift, Papua New Guinea

Marcel Mizera
Here we provide compositional and crystallographic orientation data on metabasaltic fault rocks exhumed by the Mai’iu fault in the footwall of the Suckling-Dayman Metamorphic Core Complex, SE Papua New Guinea. The present dataset was collected with a SIGMA-VP field emission gun scanning electron microscope (FEG-SEM) equipped with an electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) detector at the University of Otago, using 30 kV acceleration voltage, 50–100 nA beam current, 20–30 mm working distance and 70° sample tilt....

Effect of donor-recipient relatedness on the plasmid conjugation frequency: a meta-analysis

Egil A.J. Fischer
Background: Conjugation plays a major role in the transmission of plasmids encoding antibiotic resistance genes in both clinical and general settings. The conjugation efficiency is influenced by many biotic and abiotic factors, one of which is the taxonomic relatedness between donor and recipient bacteria. A comprehensive overview of the influence of donor-recipient relatedness on conjugation is, however, still lacking, but such an overview is important to quantitatively assess the risk of plasmid transfer and the...

Polarization of a Bose-Einstein Condensate of Photons in a Dye-Filled Microcavity: Code and Data

S. Greveling
In this work, we present the data and analysis that were used to prepare the manuscript with the title "Polarization of a Bose-Einstein Condensate of Photons in a Dye-Filled Microcavity" by S. Greveling, F. van der Laan, H. C. Jagers, and D. van Oosten. The folder 'Analysis' contain all the Python scripts used to determine the polarization of our photon gas for each corresponding dataset. The (relative) paths used in these scripts can be used...

Multi-scale Dynamics of Ultrafast Laser Nano-Ablation of Water: Figure data

D. Van Oosten & J. Hernandez-Rueda
In this work, we present the data that were used to prepare the figures in the manuscript with the title "Multi-scale Dynamics of Ultrafast Laser Nano-Ablation of Water" by J. Hernandez-Rueda and D. van Oosten The data are collected in folder, one for each figure. For reference, the figures are also provided.

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