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Third Lockdown Crime Effects in England and Wales

Anthony Dixon, Graham Farrell & Shane Johnson
The third national lockdown began early January 2021 and started to ease on 8th March when schools and limited outdoor social contact resumed. Police-recorded crime rates per 10,000 population (in orange) are here compared to expected rates (black lines, with confidence intervals in grey). Crime effects in January and February 2021 were similar to first lockdown (Apr-Jun 2020) but with notable differences. Acquisitive crime except bike theft fell sharply but began to increase in March....

‘UBI NEC PELOPIDARUM’ (TrRF ADESP. F 83): DO CICERO’S QUOTATIONS DERIVE FROM POMPONIUS’ ATELLAN FARCE?

Maria Haley
A Journal of Ancient Theatre

Dataset to accompany \"Shocking interactions of supernova remnants with atomic and molecular clouds - the interplay between shocks, thermal instability and gravity in the large cloud regime\"

Marcin Kupilas, Julian Pittard, Christopher Wareing & Sam Falle
This is the dataset to accompany the publication titled "Shocking interactions of supernova remnants with atomic and molecular clouds - the interplay between shocks, thermal instability and gravity in the large cloud regime". The data is given for each figure and each panel

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~40 short period sensors targeting the Murray Basin in SW Australia. Part of the MALT experiment, a trio of one year temporary networks.

Editor’s Introduction

Graham Smith
Over the past three decades interest in the study of friendship has been steadily growing. This growth has been in all directions. Temporally studies can be found focusing on friendship from the earliest societies to contemporary times (perhaps there is even room for imaging friendship in the future). Geographically studies have focused on friendship in numerous locations across the globe, spanning not only geography but also culture. In terms of the location of friendship, studies...

Conducting Qualitative Longitudinal Research: Fieldwork Experiences

Joanna Bornat, Bill Bytheway, Lucy Hadfield, Louise Hemmerman, Fiona Shirani & Susie Weller
This collection draws on the fieldwork experiences of some of the researchers involved in the ESRC 'Timescapes: Changing Relationships and Identities throughthe Life Course‘ programme. Timescapes, the first major Qualitative Longitudinal (QLL) study to be funded in the UK, aims to build a picture of life in 21st century Britain by gathering, archiving and analysing interviews from over 400 people living in a variety of circumstances across the UK. Temporal understanding is central to the...

Debates in Qualitative Secondary Analysis: Critical Reflections

Sarah Irwin & Mandy Winterton
Timescapes Working Paper Series, 4

Bio-Inspired Preparation of Clay-Hexacyanoferrate Composite Hydrogels as Super Adsorbents for Cs+ : dataset

Huagui Zhang, Chris Hodges, Prashant Mishra, Ji Young Yoon, Timothy Hunter, Jae W & David Harbottle
Data associated with the paper Bio-Inspired Preparation of Clay–Hexacyanoferrate Composite Hydrogels as Super Adsorbents for Cs+, published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.

Estimating tissue-level properties of porcine talar subchondral bone - dataset

Lekha Koria, Marlène Mengoni & Claire Brockett
This dataset contains an excel sheet with the raw data associated with the study "Estimating tissue-level properties of porcine talar subchondral bone", as well as the Abaqus input files for both continuum and micro finite element models, the mechanical data in .csv format and the micro-CT image files in .tiff format.

GOLNY archive - Frasquita

Derek B. Scott
Scans of original score: Frasquita - Franz Lehar This is part of an archive of German Operetta digitised as part of a project funded by an Advanced Grant from the European Research Council. The originals are held in Special Collections at the University of Leeds (link pending) The full archive comprises 49 scores which can be accessed from the relevant link above ('GOLNY archive') or file ('GOLNY_Score_Database') at https://doi.org/10.5518/486

Exploring ecosystem markets for the delivery of public goods in the UK

Arjan Gosal, Helen Kendall, Gordon Mitchell, Mark Reed, Gordon Mitchell, Chris Rodgers & Guy Ziv
Environmental restoration and conservation challenges go beyond what can be financed publicly. There are significant opportunities for private investment in the delivery of public goods, benefitting both commercial organisations whose business relies on ecosystem services, as well as landowners, land managers and the general public. Thus, public-private financing of natural capital improvement presents an opportunity to increase the availability of funding for payments for ecosystem services that provide environmental and societal benefits. Though public-private partnerships...

Data for 'Pollutant emission reductions deliver decreased PM2.5-caused mortality across China during 2015–2017'

Ben Silver, Luke Conibear, Carly Reddington, Christoph Knote, Steve Arnold & Dominick Spracklen
This dataset accompanies the paper 'Pollutant emission reductions deliver decreased PM2.5-caused mortality across China during 2015–2017.' This paper used the WRF-Chem model to simulate air quality over China during 2015-2017. Two model runs are performed, one with changing emissions, and the other with fixed emissions. The data for PM2.5, Ozone, NO2 and SO2 are analysed. The model data generated was compared with a comprehensive set of measurements collected by the China National Environmental Monitoring Centre...

Dataset to accompany 'Interactions of a shock with a molecular cloud at various stages of its evolution due to thermal instability and gravity'

Marcin Kupilas, Christopher Wareing, Julian Pittard & Falle, Samuel Falle
This is the dataset to accompany the publication 'Interactions of a shock with a molecular cloud at various stages of its evolution due to thermal instability and gravity' The data is given in a repository for each figure.

Toolkit: Waste Flow Diagram (WFD): A rapid assessment tool for mapping waste flows and quantifying plastic leakage. Version 1.0.

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The Waste Flow Diagram toolkit is an excel-based model allowing users to perform a rapid assessment of municipal solid waste flows within a city or municipality. The tool maps these waste flows using Sankey diagrams and quantifies the plastic waste that is emitted from the solid waste management system and its eventual fate in the environment. The toolkit is specifically designed to integrate with SDG 11.6.1 by informing on the sub-indicators, and can be operated...

User Manual: Waste Flow Diagram (WFD): A rapid assessment tool for mapping waste flows and quantifying plastic leakage. Version 1.0

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The Waste Flow Diagram user manual provides an explanation of the Waste Flow Diagram toolkit and in-depth guidance on how to apply it. This includes information on data collection issues, how to estimate plastic leakages, how to run scenarios, and how to visualise the waste flows.

Six Months In: Pandemic Crime Trends in England and Wales to August 2020

Anthony Dixon & Graham Farrell

Rail Network Crime and Passenger Travel in the Pandemic

Anthony Dixon, Lara Adamson & Nick Tilley

Rail Network Crime Time and Place in the Pandemic

Anthony Dixon, Lara Adamson & Nick Tilley

Data associated with “Asymmetric magnetic relaxation behavior of domains and domain walls observed through the FeRh first-order metamagnetic phase transition”

Jamie Massey, Rowan Temple, Trevor Almeida, Ray Lamb, Nicolas Peters, Richard Campion, Fan Raymond, Damien McGrouther, Stephen McVitie, Paul Steadman & Christopher Marrows
Open access data deposit to accompany the publication “Asymmetric magnetic relaxation behavior of domains and domain walls observed through the FeRh first-order metamagnetic phase transition”

Data to support study of Structural transformations and spin-crossover in [FeL2]2+ salts (L = 4-{tertbutylsulfanyl}-2,6-di{pyrazol-1-yl}pyridine) − the influence of bulky ligand substituents

Malcolm Halcrow, Rafal Kulmaczewski, Faith Bamiduro & Oscar Cespedes
Desolvation of [FeL2][BF4]2·xMeNO2 occurs via an intermediate phase, exhibiting hysteretic spin-crossover (SCO) with a reverse step in its warming branch. Incomplete SCO in the final product phase reflects disorder of an L ligand. [FeL2][BF4]2·yMe2CO contains five complex cations per asymmetric unit, four of which undergo gradual SCO in at least two discrete steps.

Data associated with 'Rheology and tribology of starch + κ-carrageenan mixtures'

Kwan Mo You, brent murray & Anwesha Sarkar
Raw data for all figures in the associated paper 'Rheology and tribology of starch + κ-carrageenan mixtures'

Pavement Crack Extraction Using Combined Pixel-based and Block-Based approach Running on Three Standard Datasets and Comparison with State of Art Methods

Mohamed Abdellatif, Harriet Peel, Anthony Cohn & Raul Fuentes

Supporting decision making for resilient net-zero infrastructure

Katy Roelich & Greg Marsden
In this policy brief, we introduce a suite of technologies which use underground assets to store heat and energy, or provide a low carbon means of energy generation. These present regional authorities with an opportunity for low carbon economic regeneration which is sympathetic to local industrial heritage.

Electronic structure and interface energetics of CuBi2O4 photoelectrodes - data

Freddy E Oropeza, Nelson Y Dzade, Amalia Pons-Marti, Zhenni Yang, Kelvin H L Zhang, Nora H De Leeuw, Emiel J M Hensen & Jan P Hofmann
In this study, the electronic structure of CuBi2O4 has been studied by a combination of hard X-ray photoemission, resonant photoemission and X-ray absorption spectroscopies, and compared with density functional theory (DFT) calculations. The photoemission study indicates that there is a strong Bi 6s-O 2p hybrid electronic state at 2.3 eV below the Fermi level, whereas the valence band maximum (VBM) has a predominant Cu 3d – O 2p hybrid character. XAS at the O K-edge...

Data for Time-temperature superposition of the dissolution of silk fibres in the ionic liquid 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium acetate

Michael Ries
This study investigated the dissolution of silk multifilament fibres in the ionic liquid 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium acetate. The dissolution process was found to create a silk composite fibre, comprising undissolved silk multi-filaments surrounded by a coagulated silk matrix. The dissolution procedure was carried out for a range of temperatures and times. The resulting composite fibres were studied using a combination of optical microscopy, wide angle X-ray diffraction (XRD) and tensile testing. An azimuthal (alpha) XRD scan enabled...

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