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Magnetotelluric data for the Halloween 2003 magnetic storm in the vicinity of Uppsala and Eskdalemuir geomagnetic observatories (synthesized using geomagnetic observatory data from INTERMAGNET)

Fiona Simpson & Karsten Bahr
Magnetotelluric data for the Halloween 2003 magnetic storm in the vicinity of Uppsala (UPS), Sweden and Eskdalemuir (ESK), Scotland geomagnetic observatories synthesized from geomagnetic observatory data from INTERMAGNET. The data were generated to facilitate comparison of the ground effects of the Halloween 2003 magnetic storm in Sweden and Scotland. The data demonstrate the greater risk of hazardous storm-time electric fields being generated in southern Sweden compared to central Scotland and are further described in the...

Young Lives and Imagined Futures: Insights from Archived Data

Graham Crow, Sarah Irwin, Dawn Lyon, Bethany Morgan Brett & Mandy Winterton
Timescapes Working Paper Series, 6

Global 1km Age/Sex Structures

WorldPop
Aggregated (from 100m) gridded age and sex count datasets produced in the framework of the Global Project - Funded by The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (OPP1134076)

Global 100m Population total adjusted to match the corresponding UNPD estimate

WorldPop
RF-based gridded population distribution datasets produced in the framework of the Global Project adjusted to match UNPD totals (from the 2019 Revision of World Population Prospects)

Global 1km Population Individual countries

WorldPop
RF-based aggregated (from 100m) gridded population distribution datasets produced in the framework of the Global Project

Dataset for \"Continuous beam steering by coherent light-by-light control of dielectric metasurface phase gradient\"

Xu Fang
This dataset contains all the data in manuscript "Continuous beam steering by coherent light-by-light control of dielectric metasurface phase gradient" by Fei He, Kevin F MacDonald and Xu Fang, which is accepted for publication on Optics Express on 8 September 2020.

Gridded maps of building patterns throughout sub-Saharan Africa, version 1.0

Claire Dooley, Andrew Tatem & WorldPop
Gridded maps of building patterns throughout sub-Saharan Africa, version 1.0. Source of building footprints "Ecopia Vector Maps Powered by Maxar Satellite Imagery" © 2020.

wopr: An R package to query the WorldPop Open Population Repository, version 0.3.4

Douglas Leasure, Maksym Bondarenko, Andrew Tatem & WorldPop
wopr is an R package that provides API access to the WorldPop Open Population Repository so users can download population data, query specific locations and demographic groups, get robust statistical estimates of uncertainty, and run the woprVision Shiny application from the R console.

Bayesian gridded population estimates for Ghana 2018, version 1.0

Douglas Leasure, Andrew Tatem, Maksym Bondarenko & WorldPop
This data release includes gridded estimates of population sizes at approximately 100 m resolution with national coverage across Ghana. This includes estimates of total population sizes, populations in 36 different age-sex groups, people per household, people per building, households per building, and statistical measures of uncertainty. These results were produced using census microdata from IPUMS and building footprints from Maxar/Ecopia.

wopr: An R package to query the WorldPop Open Population Repository, version 0.4.0

Douglas Leasure, Maksym Bondarenko, Edith Darin & Andrew Tatem
wopr is an R package that provides API access to the WorldPop Open Population Repository so users can download population data, query specific locations and demographic groups, get robust statistical estimates of uncertainty, and run the woprVision Shiny application from the R console.

Assessing the choice of sources of information on sexual and reproductive health issues among adolescents

Olufunmilayo Banjo, Heini Väisänen & Akinrinola Bankole
Background: Access to the right information from credible sources on sexual and reproductive health (SRH) issues is germane to smooth and healthy transition from childhood to adulthood among adolescents with or without disabilities. Despite the large amount of research focused on adolescents aged 15-19 years, adolescents with disabilities, particularly those with visual impairment have received little attention. This study aims to assess the sources of information on SRH issues among adolescents with visually impairment (AVI)...

Data from: Species interactions and environmental context affect intraspecific behavioural trait variation and ecosystem function

Camilla Cassidy, Laura J Grange, Clement Garcia, Stefan Bolam & Jasmin A Godbold
Functional trait-based approaches are increasingly adopted to understand and project ecological responses to environmental change; however, most assume trait expression is constant between conspecifics irrespective of con- text. Using two species of benthic invertebrate (brittlestars Amphiura filiformis and A. chiajei), we demonstrate that trait expression at individual and com- munity levels differs with biotic and abiotic context. We use PERMANOVA to test the effect of species identity, density and local environmental history on individual (righting...

Trade and Economic Policy Uncertainty

Syed S. Hassan, Sarosh Shabi & Taufiq Choudhry
This paper studies the role of economic policy uncertainty (EPU) on US trade. It contributes to the literature by analyzing the asymmetric impact of policy uncertainty on the US trade with Canada, China, Germany, Japan and the United Kingdom from December 1989 to December 2017. Results suggest that there is a negative relationship between the EPU and the US trade flows. Further, US trade responds more sensitively to a rise in uncertainty compared to an...

Data from: Human occupation and ecosystem change on Upolu (Samoa) during the Holocene

William Gosling, David Sear, Jonathan Hassall, Pete Langdon, Mick Bönnen, Tessa Driessen, Zoë Van Kemenada, Kevin Noort, Melanie Leng, Ian Croudace, Anna Bourne & Crystal McMichael
Aim To track the peopling of the South Pacific and assess their impact on terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Location Upolu, Samoa. Taxon Ancient charcoal, pollen, sprores, algae and cyanobacteria types are recorded. Methods A sedimentary record covering the last c. 10,500 years was recovered from the volcanic crater that contains Lake Lanoto'o near the centre of Upolu Island. Information on past ecological change was obtained from microscopic and macroscopic remains extracted from the sediments: charcoal...

Complexity within an oil palm monoculture: the effects of habitat variability and rainfall on adult dragonfly (Odonata) communities.

Sarah H. Luke, Andreas Dwi Advento, Rory A. Dow, Anak Agung Ketut Aryawan, Holly Barclay, Amy E. Eycott, Julie K. Hinsch, Candra Kurniawan, Mohammad Naim, Darren J. Mann, Pujianto Pujianto, Dedi Purnomo, T. Dzulfikar S. Rambe, Eleanor M. Slade, Soeprapto Soeprapto, Sudharto Ps, Suhardi Suhardi, Ribka Sionita Tarigan, Resti Wahyuningsih, Rudy Harto Widodo, Jean-Pierre Caliman, Jake L. Snaddon, William A. Foster & Edgar C. Turner
Recent expansion of oil palm agriculture has resulted in loss of forest habitat and forest-dependent species. However, large numbers of species – particularly insects – can persist within plantations. This study focuses on Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies): a charismatic indicator taxon, and a potentially valuable pest control agent. We surveyed adult Odonata populations biannually over three years within an industrial oil palm plantation in Sumatra, Indonesia. We assessed the effects of rainfall (including an El...

Data from: Evolution and epidemic spread of SARS-CoV-2 in Brazil

Darlan S. Candido, Ingra M. Claro, Jaqueline G. De Jesus, William M. Souza, Filipe R. R. Moreira, Simon Dellicour, Thomas A. Mellan, Louis Du Plessis, Rafael H. M. Pereira, Flavia C. S. Sales, Erika R. Manuli, Julien Thézé, Luiz Almeida, Mariane T. Menezes, Carolina M. Voloch, Marcilio J. Fumagalli, Thaís M. Coletti, Camila A. M. Da Silva, Mariana S. Ramundo, Mariene R. Amorim, Henrique H. Hoeltgebaum, Swapnil Mishra, Mandev S. Gill, Luiz M. Carvalho, Lewis F. Buss … & Nuno R. Faria
Brazil currently has one of the fastest growing SARS-CoV-2 epidemics in the world. Owing to limited available data, assessments of the impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) on virus spread remain challenging. Using a mobility-driven transmission model, we show that NPIs reduced the reproduction number from >3 to 1–1.6 in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Sequencing of 427 new genomes and analysis of a geographically representative genomic dataset identified >100 international virus introductions in Brazil....

Data from : Environmental predictability drives adaptive within- and transgenerational plasticity of heat tolerance across life stages and climatic regions

Fernando Díaz, Bram Kuijper, Rebecca B. Hoyle, Nathaniel Talamantes, Joshua M. Coleman & Luciano M. Matzkin
Although environmental variability and predictability have been proposed as the underlying ecological context in which transgenerational plasticity (TGP) arises, the adaptive significance and interaction with within-generation plasticity (WGP) in such scenarios is still poorly understood. In order to investigate these questions, we considered the tolerance to upper thermal limits of larvae and adults of the desert endemic Drosophila mojavensis adapted to different climatic regions (Desert vs Mediterranean climate). Thermal plasticity was investigated by acclimating parents...

Evaluation of the expanded Southampton pilot study (Phase 2) for use of saliva-based lamp testing in asymptomatic populations: Final report, 16th November 2020

Keith Godfrey, Lisa Bagust, Janis Baird, Mary Barker, James Batchelor, Sian Bryant, Claire Colbain, Helen Everest, Andrew Flockhart, Kate Anne Glyn-Owen, Jessica Gow, Mike Hall, Barbara Halliday, Melanie Haydon, Hazel Inskip, Katharine Kerr, Harry Kutty, Luke Johnson, Ben Johnston, Donna Lovelock, Andrew Mortimore, Joanna Musgrove, Mark Olden, Hayley L. Parker, Richard Pearson … & Nida Ziauddeen
This report serves to describe the Southampton Phase 2 saliva testing programme. Separate to formal reporting requirements of the DHSC-funded service evaluation, the aim is for this report to provide a form of manual as guidance for any group that wishes to undertake similar testing.

The report below begins with a general overview of the programme, but then more detailed sections follow relating to: the overall programme; the work in schools; and the work in the...

Dataset for 'A Room Compensation Method by Modification of Reverberant Audio Objects’

Dylan Menzies
Additional material for: Menzies, D., Coleman, P., and Fazi, F. M. “Room Compensation by Modification of Reverberant Audio Objects”. IEEE Trans. Audio, Speech, Language Processing. Contents: 1. MATLAB code implementing the compensation method. 2. Samples generated by the code, that are used in the listening test.

Daily Time Series of Global Public and School Holidays 2010-2019

Shengjie Lai, Alessandro Sorichetta, WorldPop & Maksym Bondarenko
Daily Time Series of Global Public and School Holidays 2010-2019

Monthly Volume of Airline Passengers in 90 countries 2010-2018

Shengjie Lai, Alessandro Sorichetta, WorldPop & Maksym Bondarenko
Monthly Volume of Airline Passengers in 90 countries 2010-2018

Monthly Time Series of Global Public and School Holidays 2010-2019

Shengjie Lai, Alessandro Sorichetta, WorldPop & Maksym Bondarenko
Monthly Time Series of Global Public and School Holidays 2010-2019

Global School Holidays Data 2010-2019

Shengjie Lai, Alessandro Sorichetta, WorldPop & Maksym Bondarenko
Global School Holidays Data 2010-2019

Estimates of 2020 total number of people per grid square broken down by gender and age groupings using Built-Settlement Growth Model (BSGM) outputs

Maksym Bondarenko, David Kerr, Alessandro Sorichetta, Andrew Tatem & WorldPop
Estimates of 2020 total number of people per grid square broken down by gender and age groupings using Built-Settlement Growth Model (BSGM) outputs.

Estimates of total number of people per grid square broken down by gender and age groupings for 51 countries across sub-Saharan Africa in 2020 using Ecopia.AI and Maxar Technologies building footprints

Maksym Bondarenko, David Kerr, Alessandro Sorichetta, Andrew Tatem & WorldPop
Estimates of total number of people per grid square broken down by gender and age groupings for 51 countries across sub-Saharan Africa in 2020 using Ecopia.AI and Maxar Technologies building footprints.

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  • University of Southampton
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  • British Geological Survey
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  • University of Oxford
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  • National University of Singapore
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  • University of Göttingen
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  • Queen Mary University of London
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  • Nanyang Technological University
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  • University of Exeter
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  • Imperial College London
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  • Estación Biológica de Doñana
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