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NON-ERGODIC PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD METHODOLOGY USING PHYSICS-BASED GROUND MOTION PREDICTION: THE CASE OF L’AQUILA, ITALY - PART I THEORETICAL BACKGROUND

JEDIDIAH JOEL AGUIRRE, BRUNO RUBINO, MAURIZIO VASSALLO, GIUSEPPE DI GIULIO & FRANCESCO VISINI

Dataframe from: Diversity of European habitat types is correlated with geography more than climate and human pressure

Marco Cervellini, Michele Di Musciano, Piero Zannini, Simone Fattorini, Borja Jiménez-Alfaro, Emiliano Agrillo, Fabio Attorre, Pierangela Angelini, Carl Beierkuhnlein, Laura Casella, Richard Field, Jan-Christopher Fischer, Piero Genovesi, Samuel Hoffmann, Severin D.H. Irl, Juri Nascimbene, Duccio Rocchini, Manuel Steinbauer, Ole R. Vetaas & Alessandro Chiarucci
We generated this dataframe to model EU habitat richness at continental scale as a function of geographical, climate and anthropogenic variables (please, see Material and Method section in the published paper version for all the details). We found geographical variables were by far the most strongly correlated with habitat richness, followed by climate. However, anthropogenic variables gained importance when consindering their interactions, with important implications for conservation planning.

NON-ERGODIC PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD METHODOLOGY USING PHYSICS-BASED GROUND MOTION PREDICTION: THE CASE OF L’AQUILA, ITALY - PART II METHODOLOGY

EDIDIAH JOEL AGUIRRE, BRUNO RUBINO, MAURIZIO VASSALLO, Giuseppe Di Giulio & Francesco Visini

Genetic divergence across glacial refugia despite interglacial gene flow in a crested newt

Ben Wielstra, Daniele Salvi & Daniele Canestrelli
MtDNA-based phylogeography has illuminated the impact of the Pleistocene Ice Age on species distribution dynamics and the build-up of genetic divergence. The well-known shortcomings of mtDNA in biogeographical inference can be compensated by integrating multilocus data and species distribution modelling into phylogeography. We re-visit the phylogeography of the Italian crested newt (Triturus carnifex), a species distributed in two of Europe’s main glacial refugia, the Balkan and Italian Peninsulas. While a new 51 nuclear DNA marker...

Pantographic metamaterials: a view towards applications

Francesco dell'Isola, Ivan Giorgio, Luca Placidi, Mario Spagnuolo, Patrice Peyre, Corinne Dupuy, Justin Dirrenberger, Marek Pawlikowski & Leonid Igumnov
The purpose of this article is to show the basic characteristics of the so-called pantographic metamaterial. Here we underline how the microstructure provides some exotic properties and, in principle, implies the second gradient nature of this type of metamaterial. Thanks to the development of additive manufacturing technology (especially in the field of metallurgy) we are now able to produce real samples and carry out experimental measurements to validate the proposed models. In this article we...

Data from: Climate shapes the geographic distribution and introgressive spread of colour ornamentation in common wall lizards

Maravillas Ruiz Minano, Geoffrey While, Weizhao Yang, Christopher Burridge, Roberto Sacchi, Marco Zuffi, Stefano Scali, Daniele Salvi & Tobias Uller
Climate can exert an effect on the strength of sexual selection, but empirical evidence is limited. Here, we tested if climate predicts the geographic distribution and introgressive spread of sexually selected male colour ornamentation across 114 populations of the common wall lizard, Podarcis muralis. Colouration was highly structured across the landscape, and did not reflect genetic differentiation. Instead, colour ornamentation was consistently exaggerated in hot and dry environments, suggesting that climate-driven selection maintains geographic variation...

NON-ERGODIC PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD METHODOLOGY USING PHYSICS-BASED GROUND MOTION PREDICTION: THE CASE OF L’AQUILA, ITALY - PART III RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

JEDIDIAH JOEL AGUIRRE, Bruno RUBINO, Maurizio Vassallo, Giuseppe Di Giulio & Francesco Visini

NON-ERGODIC PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD METHODOLOGY USING PHYSICS-BASED GROUND MOTION PREDICTION: THE CASE OF L’AQUILA, ITALY - APPENDICES

JEDIDIAH JOEL AGUIRRE, Bruno RUBINO, Maurizio Vassallo, Giuseppe Di Giulio & Francesco Visini

5/ Writing and filming queer deaths

Joshua G. Adair, Stacey Berry, Giulia Bigongiari, Mél Hogan & Anna Chiara Corradino
This is part 5 of 6 of the dossier What do we talk about when we talk about queer death?, edited by M. Petricola. The contributions collected in this article sit at the crossroads between thanatology, critical animal studies, and the posthumanities and tackle questions such as: how can we re-interpret literature, film, and media products through the lens of queer death studies? And how can we rethink death, dying, and disposal through literature, film,...

Worldclim 2.1 versus Worldclim 1.4: climatic niche and grid resolution affect between-version mismatches in habitat suitability models predictions across Europe

Francesco Cerasoli, Paola D'Alessandro & Maurizio Biondi
The influence of climate on the distribution of taxa has been extensively investigated in the last two decades through Habitat Suitability Models (HSMs). In this context, the Worldclim database represents an invaluable data source as it provides worldwide climate surfaces for both historical and future time horizons. Thousands of HSMs-based papers have been published taking advantage of Worldclim 1.4, the first online version of this repository. In 2017, Worldclim 2.1 was released. Here, we evaluated...

Data from: \"Diagnostic SNPs for inferring population structure in American mink (Neovison vison) identified through RAD sequencing\" in Genomic Resources Notes accepted 1 October 2014 to 30 November 2014

Janne Pia Thirstrup, Aritz Ruiz-Gonzalez, Jose Martin Pujolar, Peter Foged Larsen, Rasmus O. Nielsen, Ettore Randi, Andrzej Zalewski, Cino Pertoldi, Mariella Baratti, Tiziana Di Lorenzo, Alessio Iannucci, Diana Maria Paola Galassi, Valentina Iannilli, Just Jensen, Dragos Postolache & Giovanni Giuseppe Vendramin
The article documents the public availability of RAD sequencing data and generated SNPs for the American mink (Neovison vison). 224,095 polymorphic loci were identified from 14 mink from which primers were designed for a subset of 380 SNPs. The panel was tested on 211 mink. Fisher’s F-statistics (Fis, FIT and FST) as well as observed (HO), expected (HE) and unbiased expected (uHE) heterozygosity was calculated for the SNPs and 194 SNPs was validated as being...

Occurrence localities of Vipera ursinii subspecies

Mattia Iannella
Occurrence dataset used for the analyses in "A step toward SDMs: a “couple-and-weigh” framework based on accessible data for biodiversity conservation and landscape planning" - Diversity and Distributions. Coordinates are in WGS84 - EPSG 4326.

Data for: The paradoxical rarity of a parasitic fruit fly fungus attacking a broad range of hosts

Camiel Doorenweerd, Sebastian Sievert, Walter Rossi & Daniel Rubinoff
Understanding the factors that determine the realized and potential distribution of a species requires knowledge of abiotic, physiological, limitations as well as ecological interactions. Entomopathogenic fungi of the order Laboulbeniales specialize on arthropod hosts and are typically thought to be highly specialized on a single host or closely related group of hosts. Because infections are solely transmitted through direct contact of the hosts, the host ecology to a large extent determines the distribution and occurrence...

Vertical heat transport at infinite Prandtl number for micropolar fluid

M. Caggio, P. Kalita, G. Łukaszewicz & K.A. Mizerski
We investigate the upper bound on the vertical heat transport in the fully 3D Rayleigh–Bénard convection problem at the infinite Prandtl number for a micropolar fluid. We obtain a bound, given by the cube root of the Rayleigh number, with a logarithmic correction. The derived bound is compared with the optimal known one for the Newtonian fluid. It follows that the (optimal) upper bound for the micropolar fluid is less than the corresponding bound for...

NON-ERGODIC PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD METHODOLOGY USING PHYSICS-BASED GROUND MOTION PREDICTION: THE CASE OF L’AQUILA, ITALY

JEDIDIAH JOEL AGUIRRE, Bruno RUBINO, Maurizio Vassallo, Giuseppe Di Giulio & Francesco Visini

Data from: An approach to sulfate geoengineering with surface emissions of carbonyl sulfide

Ilaria Quaglia & Daniele Visioni

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  • University of L'Aquila
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  • Polish Academy of Sciences
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