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UCL CPOM CryoSat2 derived Dynamic Ocean Topography 2011-2021

Harold Heorton
The ocean surface height is constantly varying under the effects of gravity, density and the Earth's rotation. Information on the Ocean surface elevation in polar regions is available from the CryoSat2 Radar instrument. We compare ocean surface elevation to a static geoid product (GOCO03s) to give the part of the ocean surface elevation accountable due to surface currents, the Dynamic Ocean Topography (DOT). This measurement is smoothed over 100 km and gives monthly surface currents....

Construction of an evenly-distributed genetic map using contig-tag-SNPs for quantitative trait loci (QTL) analysis of fiber-related traits in kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.)

Yi Xu, Xuebei Wan, Siyuan Chen, Ting Liu, Jianmin Qi, Jiantang Xu & Liwu Zhang
Kenaf is one of the most important natural fiber crops worldwide, which aims at harvesting bast fiber. Mining QTL loci of fiber yield and quality traits will facilitate fiber improvement and molecular marker-assisted breeding in kenaf. In this study, Fuhong 952 and Zanyin No. 1 were used as parents to construct two mapping populations, F2 and F2:3, and an evenly distributed genetic linkage map was constructed by re-sequencing. The map contains 2512 contig-tag-SNP markers, and...

MeCP2-induced heterochromatin organization is driven by oligomerization-based liquid–liquid phase separation and restricted by DNA methylation

Hui Zhang, Hector Romero, Annika Schmidt, Katalina Gagova, Weihua Qin, Bianca Bertulat, Anne Lehmkuhl, Manuela Milden, Malte Eck, Tobias Meckel, Heinrich Leonhardt & M. Cristina Cardoso
Heterochromatin is the highly compacted form of chromatin with various condensation levels hallmarked by high DNA methylation. MeCP2 is mostly known as a DNA methylation reader but has also been reported as a heterochromatin organizer. Here, we combine liquid–liquid phase separation (LLPS) analysis and single-molecule tracking with quantification of local MeCP2 concentrations in vitro and in vivo to explore the mechanism of MeCP2-driven heterochromatin organization and dynamics. We show that MeCP2 alone forms liquid-like spherical...

Additional material for the paper \"Investigating the Effectiveness of Clustering for Story Point Estimation\"

Vali Tawosi, Afnan Abdulaziz A Alsubaihin & Federica Sarro
This repository contains the data and code used in the paper titled "Investigating the Effectiveness of Clustering for Story Point Estimation" by Vali Tawosi, Afnan Al-Subaihin, and Federica Sarro, accepted at the IEEE International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution and Reengineering (SANER), 2022.

Ku- and Ka-band polarimetric radar backscatter of Arctic sea ice between October 2019 and September 2020 - VERSION 2.0

Julienne Stroeve, Vishnu Nandan, Rasmus Tonboe, Stefan Hendricks, Robert Ricker & Gunnar Spreen
This data set provides processed Ku- and Ka-band fully-polarimetric backscatter and derived polarimetric parameters from hourly scans, acquired using the KuKa radar, during Legs 1, 2, 4 and 5 of the 2019-2020 MOSAiC International Arctic Drift Expedition. Scans were acquired during winter (Legs 1 and 2), advanced melt (Leg 4) and freeze-up (Leg 5) seasons, from various Remote Sensing (RS) sites, located in the MOSAiC ice floe. The first deployment of the KuKa radar was...

Religious celibacy brings inclusive fitness benefits

Alberto J. C. Micheletti, Erhao Ge, Liqiong Zhou, Yuan Chen, Hanzhi Zhang, Juan Du & Ruth Mace
The influence of inclusive fitness interests on the evolution of human institutions remains unclear. Religious celibacy constitutes an especially puzzling institution, often deemed maladaptive. Here, we present sociodemographic data from an agropastoralist Buddhist population in western China, where parents sometimes sent a son to the monastery. We find that men with a monk brother father more children, and grandparents with a monk son have more grandchildren, suggesting that the practice is adaptive. We develop a...

Intermittent bulk release of human cytomegalovirus: associated data

Felix Flomm, Timothy K Soh, Carola Schneider, Linda Wedemann, Hannah M Britt, Konstantinos Thalassinos, Soeren Pfitzner, Rudolph Reimer, Kay Grünewald & Jens Bernhard Bosse
Human Cytomegalovirus (HCMV) can infect a variety of cell types by using virions of varying glycoprotein compositions. It is still unclear how this diversity is generated, but spatio-temporally separated envelopment and egress pathways might play a role. So far, one egress pathway has been described in which HCMV particles are individually enveloped into small vesicles and are subsequently exocytosed continuously. However, some studies have also found enveloped virus particles inside multivesicular structures but could not...

Evaluation of the UK version of the Desire to Avoid Pregnancy scale

Jenny Hall
Data on 994 women recruited from across the UK in 2018. Dataset contains their answers to each item on the Desire to Avoid Pregnancy Scale as well as grouped variables for age, relationship status, ethnicity, education level, UK region and number of children in the household.

Chopping tree

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
A length of wood is cut from a dead tree.

Erecting beehive

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
The beehive is hauled up into a tree and tied securly in place.

Lighting a fire

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
A fire is lit by using a length of hardwood as a drill in order to create friction and heat.

Tying beehive together

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
The beehive is temporality tied together so that it does not split whilst it drys.

What is a researcher? [Full Version]

Julia Truscott & Laura Benton
Researchers often involve young children in their work and hearing directly from children helps to better understand their experiences. As a first step, researchers working with children need to explain their research to children (and their parent/guardian) to help them decide if they would like to take part. However, children are often not familiar with the role of a researcher. For children to make an informed choice, they need to have some idea of what...

Hollowing beehive

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
Each half of the beehive is hollowed out.

Splitting beehive

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
The beehive is split in half lengthways by hammering steaks into the wood.

Shaping beehive

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
The beehive is shaped into a cyclinder and cut to the correct length.

Solar wind in situ data for creating catalogs and statistics of interplanetary coronal mass ejections and high speed streams (Solar Orbiter, Parker Solar Probe, STEREO-A/B, MAVEN, Wind, MESSENGER, VEX, Ulysses) 1995-2022

Christian Moestl, Andreas Weiss, Rachel Bailey, Alexey Isavnin, Cyril Simon Wedlund, David Stansby, Martin Reiss & Reka Winslow
These are solar wind in situ data arrays in python pickle format suitable for creating catalogs, plots and movies of interplanetary coronal mass ejections.

See AAREADME_insitu.txt for more explanation.
If you use these data for peer reviewed scientific publications, please get in touch by christian.moestl@oeaw.ac.at or twitter @chrisoutofspace concerning usage and possible co-authorship.
Made with https://github.com/cmoestl/heliocats

Charring beehive

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
The exterior of the beehive is charred on a fire.

Charring beehive

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
The exterior of the beehive is charred on a fire.

Lighting a fire

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
A fire is lit by using a length of hardwood as a drill in order to create friction and heat.

Lighting a fire

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
A fire is lit by using a length of hardwood as a drill in order to create friction and heat.

Lighting a fire

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
A fire is lit by using a length of hardwood as a drill in order to create friction and heat.

Lighting a fire

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
A fire is lit by using a length of hardwood as a drill in order to create friction and heat.

Lighting a fire

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
A fire is lit by using a length of hardwood as a drill in order to create friction and heat.

Tying beehive together

Sam Lunn-Rockliffe & Joseph Kimutai Cheptorus
The beehive is temporality tied together so that it does not split whilst it drys.

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