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Data from: Alongshore variation in barnacle populations is determined by surfzone hydrodynamics

Alan L. Shanks, Steven G. Morgan, Jamie MacMahan, Ad J.H.M. Reniers & Ad J. H. M. Reniers
Larvae in the coastal ocean are transported toward shore by a variety of mechanisms. Crossing the surf zone is the last step in a shoreward migration and surf zones may act as semipermeable barriers altering delivery of larvae to the shore. We related variation in the structure of intertidal barnacle populations to surfzone width (surfzone hydrodynamics proxy), wave height, alongshore wind stress (upwelling proxy), solar radiation, and latitude at 40 rocky intertidal sites from San...

Data from: High throughput techniques to reveal the molecular physiology and evolution of digestion in spiders

Felipe J. Fuzita, Martijn W.H. Pinkse, José S.L. Patané, Peter D.E.M. Verhaert & Adriana R. Lopes
Background: Spiders are known for their predatory efficiency and for their high capacity of digesting relatively large prey. They do this by combining both extracorporeal and intracellular digestion. Whereas many high throughput (“-omics”) techniques focus on biomolecules in spider venom, so far this approach has not yet been applied to investigate the protein composition of spider midgut diverticula (MD) and digestive fluid (DF). Results: We here report on our investigations of both MD and DF...

Data from: Rapid multiple-level coevolution in experimental populations of yeast killer and non-killer strains

Magdalena Pieczynska, Dominika Wloch-Salamon, Ryszard Korona, J. Arjan G.M. De Visser, Magdalena D. Pieczynska & J. Arjan G. M. De Visser
Coevolution between different biological entities is considered an important evolutionary mechanism at all levels of biological organization. Here we provide evidence for coevolution of a yeast killer strain (K) carrying cytoplasmic dsRNA viruses coding for anti-competitor toxins and an isogenic toxin-sensitive strain (S) during 500 generations of laboratory propagation. Signatures of coevolution developed at two levels. One of them was coadaptation of K and S. Killing ability of K first increased quickly and was followed...

Feedback is a gift: Do Video-enhanced rubrics result in providing better peer feedback than textual rubrics?

Kevin Ackermans, Ellen Rusman, Rob Nadolski, Saskia Brand-Gruwel & Marcus Specht
High-quality elaborative peer feedback is a blessing for both learners and teachers. However, learners can experience difficulties in giving high-quality feedback on complex skills using textual analytic rubrics. High-quality elaborative feedback can be strengthened by adding video-modeling examples with embedded self-explanation prompts, turning textual analytic rubrics (TR) into so-called 'video-enhanced analytic rubrics' (VER). This study contrasts two experimental conditions (TR, n = 54; VERs, n = 49) with their version of the anonymized online tool...

Multimodal Molecular Imaging of Human Kidney Tissue From a 58 Year Old White Female Donor

Jeffrey Spraggins, Elizabeth Neumann, Nathan Patterson, David Anderson, Kavya Sharman, Lukasz Migas, Jamie Allen, Maya Brewer, Jennifer Harvey, Haichun Yang, Raymond Harris, Agnes Fogo, Mark deCaestecker, Danielle Gutierrez, Richard Caprioli & Raf Van de Plas
Multimodal molecular imaging data collected from the Right Kidney of a 58 year old White Female donor by the Biomolecular Multimodal Imaging Center (BIOMC) at Vanderbilt University. BIOMIC is a Tissue Mapping Center that is part of the NIH funded Human Biomolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP). Datasets generated by BIOMIC combine MALDI imaging mass spectrometry with various microscopy modalities including autofluorescence and stained microscopy. Support was provided by the NIH Common Fund and National Institute of...

The Horizon 2020 project SURE: Deliverable 7.6 - Report on Optimal Design for Application of RJD

Elisabeth Peters, Olwijn Leeuwenburgh, D. Troost & Thomas Reinsch

Geothermie-Ressourcen unter vulkanischen Seen mit neuen Methoden erkunden

Maren Brehme
Geothermie wird als alternative Energiequelle immer wichtiger. Allerdings sind Erkundungsbohrungen aufwändig und damit teuer. Mit neuen Erkundungsmethoden lässt sich die Treffsicherheit dieser Bohrungen erhöhen und der Betrieb von Geothermie-Anlagen wirtschaftlicher und sicherer gestalten.

Fractures, fluids and hypogenic karsts: key features in carbonate reservoirs and aquifers

Giovanni Bertotti & Stephan de Hoop
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands (1); Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brasil (2)

Karsts have been documented in a large number of hydrocarbon reservoirs but their origin has generally been attributed to meteoric processes. In the last years, however, it has been increasingly recognized that many of them have a hypogenic origin which implies that the CO2 and/or H2S responsible for carbonate dissolution come from deep sources transport being favoured...

DataCite Metadata Schema Documentation for the Publication and Citation of Research Data and Other Research Outputs v4.4

1 Introduction 1.1 The DataCite Consortium 1.2 DataCite Community Participation 1.3 The Metadata Schema 1.4 Version 4.4 Update 2 DataCite Metadata Properties 2.1 Overview 2.2 Citation 2.3 DataCite Properties 3 XML Example 4 XML Schema 5 Other DataCite Services Appendices Appendix 1: Controlled List Definitions Appendix 2: Earlier Version Update Notes Appendix 3: Standard values for unknown information Appendix 4: Version 4.1 Changes in support of software citation Appendix 5: FORCE11 Software Citation Principles Mapping

What's in a name: the release of Metadata Schema 4.4

Madeleine de Smaele & Isabel Bernal
Many things have happened since the DataCite Metadata Working Group last released a new version of its schema in the summer of 2019. Indeed, amongst a long list of transformations brought about by the ongoing global pandemic, the paramount importance...

Stations as Nodes

Manuela Triggianese , Roberto Cavallo , Nacima Baron & Joran Kuijper

Mapping Wuhan

Henco Bekkering, Jiaxiu CAI, Joran Kuijper, Ke ZHANG & Wei CHEN

A Manifesto for the Just City

Roberto Rocco

Data from: Integrated analysis and visualization of group differences in structural and functional brain connectivity: applications in typical ageing and schizophrenia

Carolyn D. Langen, Tonya J. White, M. Arfan Ikram, Meike W. Vernooij & Wiro J. Niessen
Structural and functional brain connectivity are increasingly used to identify and analyze group differences in studies of brain disease. This study presents methods to analyze uni- and bi-modal brain connectivity and evaluate their ability to identify differences. Novel visualizations of significantly different connections comparing multiple metrics are presented. On the global level, “bi-modal comparison plots” show the distribution of uni- and bi-modal group differences and the relationship between structure and function. Differences between brain lobes...

Data from: From welcome culture to welcome limits? Uncovering preference changes over time for sheltering refugees in Germany

Ulf Liebe, Jürgen Meyerhoff, Maarten Kroesen, Caspar Chorus & Klaus Glenk
Europe recently experienced a large influx of refugees, spurring much public debate about the admission and integration of refugees and migrants into society. Previous research based on cross-sectional data found that European citizens generally favour asylum seekers with high employability, severe vulnerabilities, and Christians over Muslims. These preferences and attitudes were found to be homogeneous across countries and socio-demographic groups. Here, we do not study the general acceptance of asylum seekers, but the acceptance of...

Middle Eocene terrestrial paleoweathering and climate evolution in the midlatitude Bohai Bay Basin of Eastern China

Di Chen, Xiongqi Pang, Kun Zhang, Guoyong Liu, Fujie Jiang, Liang Li, Youwei Wang, Min Li & Yang Liu
The middle Eocene is a key time period for understanding Cenozoic cooling of the global climate. In eastern Asia, this time period was marked by deposition of extensive mudstones, shales and interbedded siltstones, especially in the midlatitude Bohai Bay Basin. Still, midlatitude terrestrial records of climate evolution during the middle Eocene are rare. Here, we analyze a continuous, high-resolution record of this period using samples of the shales in the fourth submember of the third...

Multimodal Molecular Imaging of Human Kidney Tissue From a 66 Year Old White Female Donor

Jeffrey Spraggins, Elizabeth Neumann, Nathan Patterson, David Anderson, Kavya Sharman, Lukasz Migas, Jamie Allen, Maya Brewer, Jennifer Harvey, Haichun Yang, Raymond Harris, Agnes Fogo, Mark deCaestecker, Danielle Gutierrez, Richard Caprioli & Raf Van de Plas
Multimodal molecular imaging data collected from the Left Kidney of a 66 year old White Female donor by the Biomolecular Multimodal Imaging Center (BIOMC) at Vanderbilt University. BIOMIC is a Tissue Mapping Center that is part of the NIH funded Human Biomolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP). Datasets generated by BIOMIC combine MALDI imaging mass spectrometry with various microscopy modalities including autofluorescence and stained microscopy. Support was provided by the NIH Common Fund and National Institute of...

Characterization and assessment of the mechanical properties of spruce foundation piles retrieved from bridges in Amsterdam

Giorgio Pagella, Geert Ravenshorst, Wolfgang Gard & Jan Willem van de Kuilen

High temperature aquifer thermal energy storage (HT-ATES) in combination with geothermal heat production on the TU Delft campus: feasibility study and next steps

Stijn Beernink , Martin Bloemendal , Phil Vardon , Auke Barnhoorn & Niels Hartog
One of the most important actions to limit climate change is to decrease worldwide CO2 emissions. A large contributor to worldwide CO2 emissions is the production of heat. Therefore, the recently started transition from fossil based fuels to renewable heat sources is of great importance. Renewable heat sources like geothermal and solar energy often exhibit a temporal mismatch between the availability and demand of heat. Excess heat is available in summer while the heat demand...

Service designing for human relationships to positively enable social systemic change

Mieke van der Bijl-Brouwer

Identify your affiliation with Metadata Schema 4.3

Robin Dasler & Madeleine de Smaele
The DataCite Metadata Schema is the basis for the metadata you submit to DataCite. It tells you the available fields and structure for your metadata records. Many of our members have told us that they’d really like to be able to include affiliation...

Technical Grey Literature at the Delft University of Technology Library

E.F. Gramsbergen
The Delft University of Technology Library (DUTL) plays an important role in the dissemination of GL among industry and research agencies in the Netherlands. Reports are obtained from approx. 150 organizations. Quality criteria have been developed for the further selection of this material. Growing market-awareness recently motivated a survey among major external (outside the Delft University of Technology) clients, regarding their information needs. The clear demand for report literature, which evident from the response, is...

DataCite to Dublin Core Mapping v4.4.

On the occasion of the release of v4.4 of the DataCite Metadata Schema its Metadata Working Group has updated the mapping to Dublin Core. This replaces the mapping in the Appendix of the DataCite-MetadataKernel v2.1. The mapping can be used to convert records described following version 4.4 of the DataCite Metadata Schema into records that comply with the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative Schema.

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