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Multipole Electromagnet Model Cardiomag Synthetic Dataset

Samuel L. Charreyron
This dataset contains data simulating an Electromagnetic Navigation System (eMNS). The data is obtained by generating data with the multipole electromagnet model (MPEM) and models the CardioMag, an eMNS with eight electromagnets. The dataset contains magnetic fields corresponding to 3,787 distinct sets of electromagnet currents. The magnetic fields are calculated on regular grids of size Ng x Ng x Ng covering the workspace of the CardioMag. Data is provided for Ng = 3, 4, 5,...

Microseismicity observed during small-scale hydraulic fracturing experiments at the Grimsel Test Site

Valentin Gischig, Joseph Doetsch, Hansruedi Maurer, Hannes Krietsch, Florian Amann, Keith Frederick Evans, Reza Jalali & Anne Obermann
This is the dataset which is associated with publication " Gischig, V. S., Doetsch, J., Maurer, H., Krietsch, H., Amann, F., Evans, K. F., Nejati, M., Jalali, M., Valley, B., Obermann, A., Wiemer, S., and Giardini, D., 2018: On the link between stress field and small-scale hydraulic fracture growth in anisotropic rock derived from microseismicity, Solid Earth, https://doi.org/10.5194/se-9-39-2018." The measurements were acquired as part of the Grimsel ISC project in the framework of the Swiss...

Employing stable isotopes to determine the residence times of soil water and the temporal origin of water taken up by Fagus sylvatica and Picea abies in a temperate forest

Nadine Brinkmann, Stefan Seeger, Markus Weiler, Nina Buchmann, Werner Eugster & Ansgar Kahmen

Dataset accompanying paper \"Three Bits Suffice: Explicit Support for Passive Measurement of Internet Latency in QUIC and TCP\"

Piet De Vaere, Tobias Bühler, Mirja Kühlewind & Brian Trammel

Drosophila suzukii in Swiss cherry production – Data from a survey on risk management strategies in 2017

Ladina Knapp, Esther Bravin, Manuela Meraner & Robert Finger
The here presented dataset is based on a survey that was conducted with Swiss cherry growers with the specific aim to identify risk management strategies taken in response to Drosophila suzukii as well as to survey perceived infestation levels and harvest losses. The survey was conducted from mid-August 2017 to mid-September 2017 and questions were related to the cherry harvest of 2017 with in total 94 responses. Farm and farmers’ characteristics were collected and risk...

Drosophila suzukii in Swiss grape production – Data from a survey on risk management strategies in 2017

Ladina Knapp, Esther Bravin & Robert Finger
The here presented dataset is based on a survey that was conducted with Swiss grape growers with the specific aim to identify risk management strategies taken in response to Drosophila suzukii as well as to survey perceived infestation levels and harvest losses. The survey was conducted in December 2017 and questions were related to the grape harvest of 2017 with in total 331 responses. Farm and farmers’ characteristics were collected and risk preferences elicited.

Volatile biomarkers of symptomatic and asymptomatic malaria infection in humans

Consuelo M. De Moraes, Caroline Wanjiku, Nina M. Stanczyk, Hannier Pulido, Heike S. Betz, James Sims, Andrew F. Read, Baldwyn Torto & Mark C. Mescher

Research data supporting \"High-Mass MALDI-MS Analysis for the Investigation of Protein Encapsulation within an Engineered Capsid Forming Protein\"

Katharina Root, Donald Hilvert, Renato Zenobi & Raphael Frey

Research Data supporting \"Background free-tropospheric ice nucleating particle concentrations at mixed-phase cloud conditions\"

Larissa Lacher
Clouds containing ice are vital for precipitation formation and play a critical roleare important in determining the Earth’s radiative budget. However, primary formation of ice in clouds is not fully understood. In the presence of ice nucleating particles (INPs), the phase change from water or vapor to ice is promoted, but identification and quantification of INPs in a natural environment remains challenging because of their low numbers. In this workpaper, we quantify the INP number...

Impact of Air Mass Conditions and Aerosol Properties on Ice Nucleating Particle Concentrations at the High Altitude Research Station Jungfraujoch

Larissa Lacher, Martin Steinbacher, Nicolas Bukowiecki, Erik Herrmann, Assaf Zipori & Zamin A Kanji

Rietholzbach catchment data (Hirschi et al. 2017, HESS) corrigendum

Martin Hirschi, Dominik Michel, Irene Lehner & Sonia I. Seneviratne

Physical data for the 54 most voluminous low latitude reservoirs

R. Scott Winton, Elisa Calamita & Bernhard Wehrli

Navigating Behavioral Energy Sufficiency. Results from a Survey in Swiss cities on Potential Behavior Change

Roman Seidl, Corinne Moser & Yann Blumer

Lake overturn as a key driver for methane oxidation

Matthias Zimmermann
Many seasonally stratified lakes accumulate substantial amounts of the greenhouse gas methane in the anoxic zone. Methane oxidizing bacteria in the water column act as a converter, oxidizing methane into carbon dioxide and biomass before it reaches the atmosphere. Current observations and estimates of this methane oxidation efficiency are diverging, especially for the lake overturn period. Here we combine a model of turbulent mixing, gas exchange and microbial growth with a comprehensive data set for...

Biomass data of plant community response to land-use change and species invasion

Gianalberto Losapio

Qua-kit data: Urban Design Submissions: Urban Design submissions produced by students of the Future Cities course series at edX and analysis materials

Artem Chirkin
Quick Urban Analysis Kit (qua-kit) is a web platform for simple urban design editing, sharing and discussion. Qua-kit is integrated into a series of massive open online courses (MOOCs) called Future Cities, which is developed by the chair of Information Architecture (iA) at ETH Zürich. This dataset contains student submissions (design geometry), discussions, and related data in the form of an SQL dump. In addition, the archive contains example data analysis scripts.

Photon-mediated interactions between semiconductor qubits

David J. Van Woerkom, Andreas Wallraff, Pasquale Scarlino, Jonne V. Koski, Jann H. Ungerer, Clemens Müller, Christoph Reichl, Thomas M. Ihn, Klaus Ensslin, Andreas J. Landig & Werner Wegscheider
The realization of a coherent interface between distant charge or spin qubits in semiconductor quantum dots is an open challenge for quantum information processing. Here we demonstrate both resonant and non-resonant photon-mediated coherent interactions between double quantum dot charge qubits separated by several tens of micrometers. We present clear spectroscopic evidence of the collective enhancement of the resonant coupling of two qubits. With both qubits detuned from the resonator, we observe exchange coupling between the...

Neural activity related to volitional regulation of cortical excitability

Kathy Ruddy

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