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Microplastic concentrations in river and reservoir environments of Dong Nai, Ho Chi Minh City and Tay Ninh provinces, Southern Vietnam: COMPOSE project, 2019-2021

Thuy Chung Kieu Le, Tran Nguyen Sang Truong, Quoc Viet Tran & Emilie Strady
Microplastic (300-5000µm) concentrations were measured in the Tri An reservoir and Dong Nai River of Dong Nai province, Saigon River of Ho Chi Minh City and Dau Tien reservoir of Tay Ninh province, Southern Vietnam, under the COMPOSE project (2019-2021). Microplastic were sampled using a 80µm mesh size net from a local boat. The samples were extracted in the laboratory using enzymatic digestion, NaCl density separation and were filtrated on GF-A filter. Then microplastic were...

ADHI: African Database of Hydrometric Indices

Yves Tramblay & Nathalie Rouché
This database contains different hydrometric indices, describing runoff characteristics, seasonality, floods and low flows, for about 1500 rivers covering all regions of Africa between 1950 and 2018.

Sedimentological and biogeochemical data of bed sediments from the Can Gio Mangrove, Vietnam, 2014

Emilie STRADY, Julien NEMERY, Thanh Nho NGUYEN & Hervé DENIS
Bed sediments were sampled in october 2014 downstream Ho Chi Minh City, a developping megacity, in the Can Gio Mangrove biosphere. Analyses of grain size distribution, organic matter content, nitrogen content, phosphorus content (TPP, PIP, POP), carbon content (TC, POC, PIC) and trace metals (V; Cr; Co; Ni; Cu; Zn; As; Mo; Cd; Pb; U; Fe; Al) performed.

Sedimentological, biogeochemical and chemical data in bed sediments from the Saigon River and Can Gio Mangrove, Vietnam, 2016

Emilie STRADY, Marc BABUT, Julien NEMERY, Brice MOURIER, David NONCENT, Marc DESMET, T.N. Tuyet NGUYEN, Anh Tu TRAN, Truong An NGUYEN, Joanne AIME, Nicolas GRATIOT & Hervé DENIS
In January 2016, 17 bed sediments were sampled in the Saigon River and its urban canals. Analyses of grain size distribution, organic matter content, nitrogen content, phosphorus content (TPP, PIP, POP), carbon content (TC, POC, PIC), major elements and trace metals (Mg, K, Ca, V, Cr, Mn, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, As, Mo, Ag, Cd, Pb, U, Fe, Al) and organic coumpounds including polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), some insecticides, as well as...

Geographical mapping of food outlets and foods and beverages advertised in Ghana

Mark GREEN, Rebecca PRADEILLES, Amos LAAR, Francis ZOTOR, Hibbah OSEI-KWASI, Senam KLOMEGAH, Akua TANDOH, Nicolas BRICAS, Robert AKPARIBO, Richmond ARYEETEY, Paula GRIFFITHS, Kobby MENSAH & Michelle HOLDSWORTH
The aim of this study was to characterise the local foods and beverages sold and advertised in two deprived urban Ghanaian neighbourhoods. A cross-sectional observational study design was used to audit all food outlets (outlet type and food type sold) and food advertisements. Two deprived neighbourhoods in two cities in Ghana: Accra and Ho. Data available on: Types of foods and beverages sold and/or advertised in food outlets. A total of 413 food outlets or...

Growth and biomass allocation of West African savanna and forest tree seedlings in response to fire and shading. A dataset of a field experiment conducted at Lamto, Côte d'Ivoire, 2001-2002.

J. Gignoux, X. Le Roux, G. Lahoreau, S. Konaté & G. Simioni
This dataset contains all the measurements on which the Gignoux et al. (2016) associated artilce is based. It describes the results of a 15-months growth experiment testing the response of 2 species of savanna tree seedlings and 2 species of forest tree species, all growing in the Lamto reserve, Côte d'Ivoire (6°13′​N, 5°02′​W), to fire and shading treatments. 432 seedlings of Ceiba pentandra, Cynometra megalophylla (rainforest species), Bridelia ferruginea and Piliostigma thonningii (humid savanna species)...

Microplastic deposition flux and morphology in atmospheric fallouts of Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) sampled from June 2018 until June 2019

Tran Nguyen Sang Truong, Emilie Strady, Thuy Chung Kieu-Le, Quoc Viet Tran, Thi Minh Tam Le & Quoc Thinh Thuong
Microplastic, i.e. size 300µm-5000µm, deposition flux and morphology, i.e. type (line, fragment), size (length and area) and colour, were measured in dry and wet atmospheric fallouts sampled at Ho Chi Minh City at three sites (CC: Cu Chi; D10 district 10; PH Phuoc Hiep), two times a month, from June 2018 until June 2019. Dry and wet atmospheric fallouts were analysed in the lab for microplastic extraction following the steps: sieving, enzygmatic digestion, naCl density...

A systematic mapping review of drivers of diet in urban African food environments: data synthesis

Hibbah Osei-Kwasi, Aarti Mohindra, Andrew Booth, Amos Laar, Milka Wanjohi, Rebecca Pradeilles, Fiona Graham, Emmanuel Cohen & Michelle Holdsworth
In 2017, we undertook a systematic mapping review to synthesise factors influencing dietary behaviours in urban food environments in Africa and identify areas for future research. We registered our review protocol in the PROSPERO database (CRD42017068931). We include data extracted on factors influencing dietary behaviours of adolescents and adults (11-70 years, male/female). Data included were synthesised from 39 studies undertaken in 15 African countries (28 quantitative; 9 qualitative; 2 mixed methods).

Gold Standard du projet MeDo

Nanée Chahinian, Thierry Bonnabaud La Bruyère, Serge Conrad, Carole Delenne, Francesca Frontini, Rachel Panckhurst, Mathieu Roche, Lucile Sautot, Laurent Deruelle & Maguelonne Teisseire
Cet ensemble de données comporte les documents utilisés pour l’apprentissage des modules NER (Named Entity Recognition) du projet MeDo (http://webmedo.msem.univ-montp2.fr/?page_id=12). Les documents originaux ont été requêtés sur le web, convertis au format texte et nettoyés. Les fichiers ont été anonymisés en remplaçant les caractères ne correspondant pas aux annotations par des X. Les fichiers .txt correspondent aux fichiers anonymisés (encodage UTF-8). L’annotation a été réalisée avec le logiciel Brat (http://brat.nlplab.org/index.html). Les fichiers .ann correspondent aux...

Données anthropométriques des enfants de 0-12 ans recueillies lors de l’enquête MISOES dans la vallée du fleuve Sénégal en 1957-1958

Michel Garenne & Pierre Cantrelle
L'anthropométrie des enfants de moins de 12 ans a été étudiée lors de l'enquête à objectifs multiples de la moyenne vallée du fleuve Sénégal (MISOES), conduite en 1957-1958. Cette enquête nutritionnelle portait sur deux échantillons représentatifs, l'un en milieu urbain (770 enfants) et l'autre en milieu rural (1249 enfants). Plusieurs mesures ont été prises : poids, taille, tour de bras, pli cutané tricipital, pli cutané sous-scapulaire, hauteur sous-crête iliaque, largeur bi-acromiale, largeur bi-iliaque.

Data and scripts for \"Mitochondrial genomics reveals the evolutionary history of the porpoises (Phocoenidae) across the speciation continuum\"

Yacine Ben Chehida, Julie Thumloup, Cassie Schumacher, Timothy Harkins, Alex Aguilar, Asunción Borrell, Marisa Ferreira, Lorenzo Rojas-Bracho, Kelly M. Robertson, Barbara L. Taylor, Gísli A. Víkingsson, Arthur Weyna, Jonathan Romiguier, Philip A. Morin & Michael C. Fontaine
These data and scripts are accompanying the manuscript "Mitochondrial genomics reveals the evolutionary history of the porpoises (Phocoenidae) across the speciation continuum" by Ben Chehida Y., Thumloup J., Schumacher C., Harkins T., Aguilar A., Borrell A., Ferreira M., Rojas-Bracho L., Robertson K.M., Taylor B.L., Vikingsson G.A., Weyna A., Romiguier J., Morin P.A., Fontaine M.C. The manuscript has been posted as a preprint on biorXiv (https://doi.org/10.1101/851469) and is now published in the Scientific Reports (https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-71603-9). The...

Dataset from an in-field experimental rainfall simulation - soil erosion, dissolved organic carbon and nutrient losses - Vietnam, Hanoi Province, Dong Cao, 2011-2013

J.-L. Janeau, L.-C. Giillard, S. Grellier, P. Jouquet, Le Thi Phuong Quynh, , D. Orange, , Tran Duc Toan, Tran Si Hai, Trinh Anh Duc, C. Valentin & E. Rochelle-Newall
The export of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) from agricultural soils can represent an important path-way of soil organic carbon loss. Here we present the data of a series of rain simulation experiments aimed at examining DOC export from sloping lands in North Vietnam. Three regularly used agricultural practices were tested and compared with Bare soils. We also compared the impact of leaf litter in two planted forest sites.

Microplastic concentrations in urban lake environments of Hanoi, Northern Vietnam: COMPOSE project, 2019-2021

Huong Mai, Van Hoi Bui, Thanh Duong Dao, Cam Tu Vu, Thanh Hien Nguyen, Duy Khanh Luu, Thanh Duong Nguyen, Manh Quan Tran, Toan Khanh Vu, Nguyen Hoang Anh Chu & Emilie Strady
Microplastic (300-5000µm) concentrations were measured in Ho Tay lake, Yen So lake and Bay Mau lake of Hanoi, Northern Vietnam, under the COMPOSE project (2019-2021). Microplastic were sampled using a 80µm mesh size net from a local boat. The samples were extracted in the laboratory using enzymatic digestion, NaCl density separation and were filtrated on GF-A filter. Then microplastic were observed on stereomicroscope and length, area, color were measured for fragments, line and circle. Concentrations...

Microplastic concentrations in bay environments of Quang Ninh and Hai Phong provinces, Northern Vietnam: COMPOSE project, 2019-2021

Thanh Nghi Duong, Hai Ngoc Dinh, Duc Cuong Le & Emilie Strady
Microplastic (300-5000µm) concentrations were measured in the Do Son Bay, Cua Luc Bay and Ha Long Bay of Quang Ninh and Hai Phong provinces, Northern Vietnam, under the COMPOSE project (2019-2021). Microplastic were sampled using a 80µm mesh size net from a local boat. The samples were extracted in the laboratory using enzymatic digestion, NaCl density separation and were filtrated on GF-A filter. Then microplastic were observed on stereomicroscope and length, area, color were measured...

The Eco2Dev Nexus project, Development Knowledge Fabric, Eco Ecology Change and Local Biodiversity and Sustainability Ivory Coast Nexus

Dominique COURET, Ousmane DEMBELE & Marie PIRON
Le programme "Intelligences du savoir-faire le développement et capacités à l'intégration des nouveaux modèles éco-écologiques" s'inscrit dans les courants croisés des Sustainability sciences et de l'écologie politique. Dans le cadre du renouvellement des approches scientifiques du développement durable dont le CEMOTEV et l'UMI Résiliences se font les porteurs, nous proposons d’étudier les expériences des projets en éco-écologie du développement durable qui ont cours en Côte d'Ivoire. Ces projets innovants portent l’ambition de modifier les rapports...

Wood density data of central African rainforest trees

Pierre PLOTON, Stéphane MOMO TAKOUDJOU, Bonaventure SONKE, Faustin BOYEMBA, Joel LOUMETO, Vincent MEDJIBE, Alfred NGOMANDA, Diosdado OBIANG & Olga YONGO
The dataset contains wood density measures (n=3820) from 822 trees (55 species, 16 families) destructively sampled in six countries of central Africa. Wood density estimations are reported for six tree compartments along tree vertical profile, from the stump to the smallest branches. Field and laboratory protocols are described in publications associated to these data, notably Fayolle et al. (2018, Forest ecology and management) and Momo Ploton et al. (2020, Scientific Reports).

Replication Data for: Complex evolutionary history of coffees including Coffea canephora (Robusta coffee) revealed by full plastid genomes and 28,800 nuclear SNPs analyses

Romain Guyot, Jean-Claude Charr, Andrea Garavito, Christophe Guyeux, Dominique Crouzillat, Patrick Descombes, Serigne Ly, Eva Raharimalala, Jean-Jacques Rakotomalala, Piet Stoffelen, Steven Janssen & Perla Hamon
The dataset concerns all chloroplast complete sequences for Coffea genus. Sequences were annotated with the Genbank format (*.gb).

Analysis of soil samples collected over Huay Ma Nai catchment in Northern Thailand in 2017

J-L. Janeau, P. Podwojewski & A. Boonsaner
The soil samples were taken in collaboration with the National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department (DNP) under different vegetation cover at the long term observatory catchment Huay Ma Nai in northern Thailand in 2017. This dataset holds some chemical and physical soils properties. Dry combustion analysis (CHN) was used to assess Carbon (C) and Nitrogen (N) concentrations. Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy was used to measure the signature of the samples in the medium infrared...

Geographical mapping of food outlets and foods and beverages advertised in Kenya

Mark GREEN, Rebecca PRADEILLES, Milka WANJOHI, Elizabeth Kimani-Murage, Stella MUTHURI, Paula GRIFFITHS & Michelle HOLDSWORTH
The aim of this study was to characterise the local foods and beverages sold and advertised in a deprived urban neighbourhood in Nairobi, Kenya. In 2017, a cross-sectional observational study design was used to audit all food outlets (outlet type and food type sold) and food advertisements. Data available on: types of foods and beverages sold and/or advertised in food outlets. A total of 499 food outlets or adverts were identified and assessed in Nairobi.

Data of non-volcanic, polygenic, andic soils in the southern central Ecuadorian highlands as the result of long-lasting pedogenesis and geodynamic processes

P. Podwojewski, J. Poulenard & T. Toulkeridis
In the high altitude (>3000 m asl) grasslands of Ecuador, the Páramo ecosystem, soils generally formed on recent volcanic ashes being 10 000 years old in the northern and central part of the cordilleras. With time these soils evolved in to non-allophanic Andisols with hydric properties such as evidenced in profiles from the CAJAS massif located in the western central Cordillera. However soils at the Fierro Urcu massif and at the Oña plateau at the...

A systematic review meta-analysis of dietary behaviours in two African countries: data synthesis

Emily Rousham, Rebecca Pradeilles, Robert Akparibo, Richmond Aryeetey, Kristin Bash, Andrew Booth, Stella Muthuri, Hibbah Osei-Kwasi, Colette Marr, Tom Norris & Michelle Holdsworth
We undertook a systematic review and meta-analyses to synthesise evidence of urban dietary behaviours (macronutrients, types of foods consumed, dietary diversity and dietary practices) in two African countries (Ghana and Kenya) in relation to postulated changes in the context of nutrition transition. The study protocol is registered at PROSPERO CRD42017067718. We include data on dietary behaviours extracted from the 47 included studies that encompass 20,726 individuals and 6,526 households.

Dataset from an in-field experimental rainfall simulation - Influence of macrofauna on runoff and erosion - Vietnam, Hanoi Province, Dong Cao, March 2011

J.-L. Janeau, P. Jouquet, A. Pisano, Tran Si Hai, D. Orange, Luu Thi Nguyet Minh & C. Valentin
We assessed the effect of the micro-relief generated by earthworms and termites on soil hydrodynamic properties, and soil and nutrient losses. Eighteen 1 m×1 m plots were established for rainfall simulation experiments (2 runs of 40 min rain, intensity 90 mm h−1) in a steep slope fallow in Northern Vietnam. The soil surface of the micro-plots differed in the proportions of earthworm casts and termite sheetings. The results confirmed the importance of soil biostructures in...

Dataset from an in-field experimental rainfall simulation – Thailand, Nan Province, 2019

J.-L. Janeau, R. Chanisara, S. Grellier, C. Hammecker, S. Intanon, A. Khwanrawee & W. Pansak
In North Thailand land use/-cover change quickly especially in steep agrosystem land. Under rainfall simulation, we are looking at the effect of the topographic situation along the slope and catena using 24 microplots of 1m2 each located down, middle, up and top of the slope. We quantified seed dispersion, soil detachment, soil losses and runoff processes for two soil treatment: tradition cropping and with biochar amendments.

Informal waste collectors and aggregators space and activities in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, COMPOSE project (2019-2021)

Thai Huyen Nguyen, Thi Thao Trang Le, Thai Hoa Nguyen, Thi Hai Yen Nguyen, Thien An Dinh, Ngoc Anh Dinh, Viet Anh Le, Van Chien Hoang, Ngoc Tan Pham, Tuan Minh Le, Cong Hung Phan, Tien Quoc Anh Nguyen, Khac Hoai Son Do, Duc Loc Nguyen & Tien Tam Nguyen
The system of informal waste collectors and aggregators in Ho Chi Minh city (Vietnam) was surveyed in the framework of the COMPOSE project (2019-2021). The social survey based on questionnaire was carried out in the entire area of Ho Chi Minh city to identify the location of the aggregator warehouse participating to the informal waste collection and recycling in the city. Then, the collectors and aggregators were interviewed individually to collect information on the space,...

Microplastic concentrations in river and lake environments of Da Nang province, Central Vietnam: COMPOSE project, 2019-2021

Tran Nguyen Quynh Anh, Trinh Dang Mau, & Emilie Strady
Microplastic (300-5000µm) concentrations were measured in the Central Park Lake, Hoa Phu lake and Han river environments of Da Nang city, Central Vietnam, under the COMPOSE project (2019-2021). Microplastic were sampled using a 80µm mesh size net from a local boat. The samples were extracted in the laboratory using enzymatic digestion, NaCl density separation and were filtrated on GF-A filter. Then microplastic were observed on stereomicroscope and length, area, color were measured for fragments, line...

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