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Additional file 1 of The need for larval source management accompanying urban development projects in malaria endemic areas: a case study on Bioko Island

Guillermo A. García, Godwin Fuseini, Olivier Tresor Donfack, Rachel N. Wofford, Jose Antonio Mba Nlang, Prudencio Bibang Efiri, Valeriano Oluy Nsue Maye, Thomas A. Weppelmann, David Galick, Wonder Philip Phiri, Kylie DeBoer, Jordan M. Smith, Jeremias Nzamio Mba Eyono, Matilde Riloha Rivas, Carlos A. Guerra & Michael E. von Fricken
Additional file 1: Fig. S1. LSM team working at an active construction site.

The need for larval source management accompanying urban development projects in malaria endemic areas: a case study on Bioko Island

Guillermo A. García, Godwin Fuseini, Olivier Tresor Donfack, Rachel N. Wofford, Jose Antonio Mba Nlang, Prudencio Bibang Efiri, Valeriano Oluy Nsue Maye, Thomas A. Weppelmann, David Galick, Wonder Philip Phiri, Kylie DeBoer, Jordan M. Smith, Jeremias Nzamio Mba Eyono, Matilde Riloha Rivas, Carlos A. Guerra & Michael E. von Fricken
Abstract Background In 2017, several new housing districts were constructed on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. This case study assessed the impact construction projects had on mosquito larval habitats and the effectiveness of larval source management in reducing malaria vector density within the surrounding area. Methods Anopheline larval presence was assessed at 11 new construction sites by the proportion of larval habitats containing Anopheline pupae and late instar larval stages. Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti) larvicide was...

Territoriality varies across elevation in a Hawaiian songbird

Gabrielle R. Names, Thomas P. Hahn, John C. Wingfield & Kathleen E. Hunt
Reproductive territoriality can be influenced by external and internal variables. Trade-offs between reproductive behaviors and other costly biological processes, such as immunity, exist across taxa, but the effects of novel diseases on these trade-offs remain poorly understood. Since the introduction of avian malaria to Hawaii in the early 1900s, low elevation Hawaii Amakihi (Chlorodrepanis virens) populations, which have undergone strong selection by the disease, have evolved increased malaria resilience. However, the effects of malaria selection...

The role of consciously timed movements in shaping and improving auditory timing

Rose De Kock, Weiwei Zhou, Poorvi Datta, Wilsaan Joiner & Martin Wiener
Our subjective sense of time is intertwined with a plethora of perceptual, cognitive, and motor functions, and likewise, the brain is equipped to expertly filter, weight, and combine these signals for seamless interactions with a dynamic world. Until relatively recently, the literature on time perception has excluded the influence of motor activity, yet, it has been found that motor circuits in the brain are at the core of most timing functions. Several studies have now...

Data from: Incubation time as an important influence on egg production and distribution into clutches for sauropod dinosaurs

Graeme D. Ruxton, Geoffrey F. Birchard & D. Charles Deeming
Individual egg size and clutch size of the largest of the dinosaurs (the sauropods) are both smaller than might be expected for such large oviparous organisms. We suggest that these effects can be understood in the light of likely incubation times of sauropod eggs. Using allometric relationships from extant birds and crocodilians, we estimate that time from laying to hatching was likely to have been 65–82 days. If total predation risk varies with length of...

Data from: A new specimen of Agorophius pygmaeus (Agorophiidae, Odontoceti, Cetacea) from the Early Oligocene Ashley Formation of South Carolina, USA

Stephen J. Godfrey, Mark D. Uhen, Jason E. Osborne & Lucy E. Edwards
The holotype partial skull of Agorophius pygmaeus (the monotypic form for both the genus Agorophius and the Family Agorophiidae) has been missing for approximately 140 years. Since the discovery of Agorophius pygmaeus, many additional taxa and specimens have been placed in the Family Agorophiidae, only to be reclassified and removed later. This has created confusion as to what is and what is not an agorophiid and a lack of clarity as to what characteristics delimit...

Data from: The relative response of songbirds to shifts in song amplitude and song minimum frequency

David A. Luther, Ray Danner, Julie Danner, Katherine Gentry & Elizabeth P. Derryberry
Anthropogenic noise presents a problem for acoustic communication in animal taxa around the world. Many animals respond by modifying their acoustic signals, sometimes along multiple axes, such as song structure, redundancy, or amplitude. To date, no study has assayed the relative response of animals to multiple axes of signal variation, such as song structure and song amplitude, associated with anthropogenic noise levels. To investigate the impact of multiple potential adaptations to anthropogenic noise on targeted...

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Eric Olson & Kevin Schroeder

Optimizing Research Collaboration for Remote Teams

Nici Pfeiffer, Eric Olson, Yuen Ho, Claire Riss & Nici Test

Collaborations Across Open Science (Community Series, Summer 2020)

Eric Olson, Marcy Reedy, Sandra Gesing, Noel Recla, Richard Johnson, Adrien Rigobello, Natalie Meyers, Gretchen Gueguen & Daniel Steger
Featuring the PresQT Project, the Open Scholarship Knowledge Base, and the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture

Informal Science Education on the NASA Climate Change Website: Addressing the Challenge of Educating Diverse Audiences.

Connie Roser-Renouf, Teresa Myers & Edward Maibach

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Eric Olson
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Relationship Between Cortical Thickness and Developing Language Skill

Kelly Vaughn & My Nguyen

Biological Dynamics of Forest Fragments Project Bibliography

Tovah Siegel, Jesse Wong, Wendy Mann, José Luis Camargo, Thomas E. Lovejoy & David Luther

JROST 2020 - COS Presentations

Eric Olson

Managing, Registering, and Sharing Data with OSF

Eric Olson

A Systematic Literature Review of School-Counsellor-Led Group Counselling Interventions Targeting Academic Achievement: Implications for Research and Practice

Sam Steen, Qi Shi & Jennifer Melfie

protocols.io

Eric Olson, Daniel Steger, Mark Call, Nicole Pfeiffer, Amanda Staller & Alexis Rice
Protocols.io users can now bilaterally share up-to-date methods and protocols to OSF directly from their protocols.io workspace. The new integration allows researchers to include, view, and track key data without leaving the OSF project interface. Learn how to connect your protocols.io workspace with OSF in this demo.

Weighing Accentedness in Foreign Accented Speech

Zhiyan Gao
The current study aims to help language teachers set priorities for their instruction by identifying the segmental and structural aspects of pronunciation that are most foreign-accented to native speakers of American English. The current study employed a perception experiment. 100 speech samples selected from the Speech Accent Archive (Weinberger 2016) were presented to 110 native American English listeners who listened to and rated the foreign accentedness of each sample on a 9-point rating scale. 20...

Strolling through a century: replicating historical bird surveys to explore 100 years of change in an urban bird community

Mason Fidino, Kelvin Limbrick, John Bender, Travis Gallo & Seth Magle
In 1898, Herbert and Alice Walter started a 5-year survey of birds in Lincoln Park, – the largest park in Chicago, IL – and summarized their data in an urban birding field guide, ‘Wild Birds in City Parks’. Twenty-nine years later, William Dreuth compared the relative frequency of species between the Walter’s study to their own 5-year Lincoln Park survey. Between 2012 and 2015, we replicated these surveys to investigate a century of bird diversity...

Modern moral judgments show traces of both ancient and culturally recent sanctioning systems

Boyoung Kim, John Voiklis & Bertram Malle

Age and Political Identification

Olivia Miske, Zachary Loomas, Nicole Pfeiffer & Eric Olson
A study on age and political identification

CaRCC Presentation - OSF Integrations

Eric Olson
Enabling interoperability throughout the research lifecycle often aligns with or is a key component of the missions of open source tool providers. Even before the introduction of the FAIR framework, open source tools and infrastructure have emphasized opportunities to connect the systems and workflows that researchers rely on so that research communication can be faster, more efficient, and more secure. OSF, like many of our friends in the open science infrastructure space, is strengthened both...

Lightning Talk Session I

Peter Andre, Alfonso Pérez-Escudero, Alexander Herwix, Meng Liu, Ruben Lopez-Nicolas, Alejandra Manco Vega & James Smith

Active and passive leisure

Xue Lei, Lauren Kuykendall & Ze Zhu

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