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BIM_Îles.cpg

Christian DEPRAETERE
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Christian DEPRAETERE
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Christian DEPRAETERE
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Examination and description of soil profiles collected in Adjumani refugee area in northern Uganda in 2001

R. Zaiss, A. Beaudou, L. Cambrézy & R. Kenyi
The soil samples were taken in collaboration with the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) at different soil depths in the refugee area Adjumani in northern Uganda in 2001. This dataset holds some general soil properties: soil texture, soil pH, total organic carbon concentration (TOC), total nitrogen concentration (TN), and cation exchange capacity (CEC). Soil analyses were carried out at the soil laboratory of the centre de coopération internationale en recherche...

Contours du bassin et des cours d'eau du Ba-Tha, Tchad : couches SIG

Nathalie ROUCHE
Jeux de données SIG par bassins versants d'Afrique de l'Ouest et Centrale. Les fichiers d'entrée des modèles fournis sont des : Couches SIG des bassins versants constituées à partir des données cartographiques des 356 bassins référencés sous SIEREM. http://www.hydrosciences.fr/sierem/produits/produits/livret.pdf

Soil macrofauna diversity in Nan province, Northern Thailand, 2018

P Jouquet, J-L Janeau, W Pansak, S Intanon & S Grellier
Soil macrofauna diversity (ind. TSBF-1) in a sloping land cultivated in maize in Na Noi District, Nan province, Thailand, during SeaWeed Project (PHC, French Embassy funding). Treatments are: the position along the slope (down, middle, up, top) in presence or abscence of biochar (yes vs. no).

Photo bank for: WCSdb: A database of Wild Coffea Species

Romain Guyot, Perla Hamon, Emmanuel Couturon, Nathalie Raharimalala & Jean-Jacques Rakotomalala
Coffee is a beverage enjoyed by millions of people worldwide and an important commodity for millions of people. Beside the two cultivated species (Coffea arabica and Coffea canephora), the 139 wild coffee species belong to the Coffea genus are largely unknown to coffee scientists and breeders although these species may be crucial for future coffee crop development to face climate changes. Here we present the Wild Coffee Species database hosted by PlantNet platform (http://publish.plantnet-project.org/project/wildcofdb_en), providing...

Termite mound distribution and size within the Mule Hole long term observatory, Karnataka, India

P. Jouquet, A. Harit, N. Guilleux, J. Riotte & S. Cheik
Termite mound distribution (cathedral mounds built by Odontotermes obesus vs. lenticular mounds occupied by a large diversity of organisms) and size within the Mule Hole watershed from the M-Tropics observatory network (https://mtropics.obs-mip.fr/). Data collected in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.

Analysis of soils collected over Dong Cao catchment in Northern Vietnam in 2015

P. Jouquet, N. Bottinelli, J-L. Maeght, H. Aroui, M. Mendez & T. Tran Minh
The soil samples were taken in collaboration with the Soils and Fertilizers Research Institute (SFRI) at different soil depths and under different vegetation covers at the long term observatory catchment Dong Cao from the M-Tropics observatory network (https://mtropics.obs-mip.fr/) in Northern Vietnam in 2015. This dataset holds some general soil properties: total organic carbon concentration (TOC), total nitrogen concentration (TN) as well as 13C/12C and 15N/14N isotope ratios determined by EA-IRMS (dry combustion). The infrared spectrum...

Sedimentological and biogeochemical data of a sediment core sampled in 2016 in the Saigon River, crossing Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Brice MOURIER, Marc DESMET, Marc BABUT, Emilie STRADY, Julien NEMERY, T.N. Tuyet NGUYEN, Joanne AIME, Anh Tu TRAN & Nicolas GRATIOT
A 70 cm long sediment core was sampled using a UWITEC® corer (Uwitec, Mondsee, Austria) fitted with a 2.0-m-long, 90-mm-diameter plastic liner in the left bank of a convex meander of the Saigon River (Lat 10.762376; Long 106.730960), downstream Ho Chi Minh City, in the intertidal zone. Analyses of grain size distribution, organic matter content, nitrogen content, phosphorus content (TPP, PIP, POP), carbon content (TC, POC, PIC) and major elements and trace metals (Mg, K,...

Methodological brief for performing random forest analysis and cross validation of boat tracking data with R

Marie-Pierre ETIENNE
Ce document PDF retrace succinctement la procédure d'analyse par forêts aléatoires et validation croisée utilisée pour analyser un jeu de données de trajectoires GPS de pirogues traditionnelles d'une pêcherie récifale dans le sud-ouest de Madagascar.

Community readiness to address unhealthy food and beverage consumption in Ghana: in-depth interview transcripts of local stakeholders

Rebecca PRADEILLES, Colette KEARNEY, Amos LAAR, Michelle HOLDSWORTH, Francis ZOTOR, Akua TANDOH, Senam KLOMEGAH, Nat COLEMAN, Kristin BASH, Mark GREEN & Paula GRIFFITHS
This study assessed community readiness to address unhealthy food and beverage consumption in women of reproductive age in urban Ghana. The Community Readiness Model (CRM) assessed the stage of readiness of communities within Accra and Ho to address the consumption of unhealthy foods and beverages. In-depth individual interviews were conducted in 2018 with 24 key informants from various sectors across the two cities. The CRM survey consists of 36 open questions addressing five readiness dimensions:...

Participatory photography (photovoice) to explore food environments in Ghana: interview transcripts

Rebecca PRADEILLES, Amos LAAR, Francis ZOTOR, Michelle HOLDSWORTH, Akua TANDOH, Senam KLOMEGAH, Marcus BOHR, Robert AKPARIBO, Hibbah OSEI-KWASI, Mark GREEN, Fiona GRAHAM, Nicolas BRICAS & Paula GRIFFITHS
The aim of this study was to identify social and physical factors that influence food choices in women and adolescent girls living in urban Ghana. In 2017, a qualitative study was conducted amongst women and adolescent girls aged 13-49 years living in socio-economically deprived urban neighbourhoods in Accra (n=32) and Ho (n=32). Participants used photography to identify characteristics in their social and physical environment that drive their dietary behaviours. Specifically, participants were asked to take...

Base d'Information Géographique du droit de l'environnement marin et côtier au Sénégal

Matthieu Le Tixerant & Marie Bonnin
La Base d’Information Géographique (BIG), élaborée dans le cadre du projet européen PADDLE Planning in a liquid world with tropical stakes, présente un ensemble cohérent de couches d’information construites à partir des textes juridiques applicables à l’environnement marin au Sénégal. Les couches sont relatives au droit international et au droit national du Sénégal. Elles concernent l’ensemble des thématiques relatives à l’environnement côtier et marin (Droit de la mer, sécurité maritime, conservation de la nature, droit...

Guide d'annotation du projet MeDo

Nanée Chahinian, Thierry Bonnabaud La Bruyère, Carole Delenne, Francesca Frontini, Rachel Panckhurst, Mathieu Roche, Lucile Sautot & Maguelonne Teisseire
Ce document a été créé pour clarifier les règles d'annotation utilisées dans le cadre du projet MeDo. Il a pour objectif de guider les annotateurs dans le choix des bonnes «étiquettes» pour annoter les textes. This document has been created to clarify the annotation rules used within the framework of the MeDo project. It aims to help annotators in choosing the right "labels" when manually annotating text documents.

Dataset from an in-field experimental rainfall simulation and aquatic mesocosm - Vietnam, Hanoi Province, Dong Cao and Cua Khau Lake, 2012

Huong T. Le, Cuong T. Ho, Quan H. Trinh, Duc A. Trinh, Minh T. N. Luu, Hai S. Tran, D. Orange, J.-L. Janeau, A. Merroune, E. Rochelle-Newall & T. Pommier
In North Vietnam, we focused on understanding the effects of DOC runoff from soils amended with compost, vermicompost, or biochar on the aquatic microbial community of a tropical reservoir. Runoff collected from a series of rainfall simulations on soils amended with different organic fertilizers was incubated for 16 days in a series of 200 L mesocosms filled with water from a downstream reservoir.

Design of the PI2Puino casing system: STL and SCAD 3d print models

Francois Rebaudo & Titouan Soulard
The PI2Puino is an integrated board that includes a LoRa module (with an embedded antenna), an Arduino-compatible microcontroller and a battery holder. It allows gathering on-site measurements and sending them to a gateway. It was designed specifically for the PI2P project. These are the openSCAD and STL files to print the casing system with a 3D printer. More information can be found here: https://frareb.github.io/pi2p_docu

Map of the proportion of threatened endemic species per country in relation with environmental and socioeconomic drivers

Robin Pouteau, Caroline Brunel, Wayne Dawson, Franz Essl, Holger Kreft, Bernd Lenzner, Carsten Meyer, Jan Pergl, Petr Pysek, Hanno Seebens, Patrick Weigelt, Marten Winter & Mark Van Kleunen
This dataset is a shapefile representing the proportion of threatened endemic species (both plants and animals) in 247 countries along with associated environmental and socioeconomic drivers. The geographic coordinate system is World Geodetic System 1984 (EPSG: 4326). Information on a total of 65,125 endemic species including 27,294 globally threatened endemic species (55% threatened plant species, 45% threatened animal species) was extracted from the IUCN Red List. The categories of threatened species used in the analyses...

Concentrations and size characteristics of anthropogenic fibers measured monthly in the Saigon River, Vietnam (2016-2017)

Emilie Strady, Thuy Chung Kieu Le & Van Thoai Nguyen
Anthropogenic fibers, gathering synthetic fibers (including fibers of plastic origin), artificial fibers (including fibers of plastic origin) and natural fibers were measured in the surface water of the Saigon River, crossing the developing megacity Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. Bulk samples were taken monthly from July 2016 to December 2017. Samples were analyzed in the laboratory following a three steps digestion and a filtration. The filters, retaining the anthropogenic fibers, were observed by stereomicroscope...

Fasta files for InpactorDB: A Plant classified lineage-level LTR retrotransposon reference library for free-alignment methods based on Machine Learning

Romain Guyot, Simon Orozco-Arias & Gustavo Isaza
Here, we present InpactorDB a semi-curated dataset composed of 130,511 elements from 195 plant genomes belonging to 108 plant species, classified down to the lineage level. This dataset has been used to train two deep neural networks (one fully connected and one convolutional) for fast classification of elements. Used in lineage-level classification approaches, we obtain a score above 98% of F1-score, precision and recall. In order to classify elements of the ‘LTR_STRUC’ and ‘EDTA’ datasets,...

Instantiation example of the user centric metadata model - REPHY network

Valentina BERETTA
This example of the proposed use centric metadata model is constructed using the data of Observation and Monitoring Network for Phytoplankton and Hydrology in coastal waters. The dataset [Cellule d'Administration Quadrige², 2017] contains several files of distinct parameters measured between 2006 and 2016 at the French surveillance sites (called REPHY network). However, to give the proof-of-concept illustration of the proposed model, only observations related to the concentration measurements of Pheopigment (i.e. a pigment which is...

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

Thi Thuy Duong, Thi Phuong Quynh Le, Nhu Da Le, Thi Nhu Huong Nguyen & Emilie Strady
Microplastic (300-5000µm) concentrations were measured in the Red River, the Nhue River and the To Lich River 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....

BIM_Îles.qpj

Christian DEPRAETERE
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Analysis of earthworm casts and soils collected over Dong Cao catchment in Northern Vietnam in 2016

N. Bottinelli, P. Jouquet, H. Aroui, M. Mendez & T. Tran Minh
Earthworm casts and their surrounding topsoil were taken in collaboration with the Soils and Fertilizers Research Institute (SFRI) under different vegetation cover at the long term observatory catchment of Dong Cao in Northern Vietnam in 2016. This dataset holds general chemical parameters of soil samples. Dry combustion analysis (CHN) was used to assess organic Carbon (TOC) and Nitrogen (N) concentrations. Natural isotopes Carbon-13 (13C) and Nitrogen (15N) were analyzed by mass spectrometry. Soil analyses have...

Soil carbon content, bulk densities, allophane and MIRS data on Aquiares Watershed (Costa Rica)

Tiphaine CHEVALLIER, Kenji FUJISAKI, Olivier ROUPSARD, Florian GUIDAT, Rintaro KINOSHITA, Elias DE MELO VIGINIO FIHLO, Peter LEHNER & Alain ALBRECHT
Data set used for a paper published in SOIL (2019) Short-range-order minerals as powerful factors explaining deep soil organic carbon stock distribution: the case of a coffee agroforestry plantation on Andosols in Costa Rica. Data comprised : Sheet 1 geographical coordinates, elevation of 72 soil profiles located in the watershed of the Aquiares Farm (1km2) ; Sheet 2: measured data for C content, C:N ratio, oxalate and sodium-pryphosphate extractable forms of Al, Fe and Si...

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