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Data from: Above- and belowground drivers of intraspecific trait variability across subcontinental gradients for five ubiquitous forest plants in North America

Isabelle Aubin, Françoise Cardou, Alison Munson, Madhur Anand, André Arsenault, F. Wayne Bell, Yves Bergeron, Isabelle Boulangeat, Sylvain Delagrange, Nicole J. Fenton, Dominique Gravel, François Hébert, Jill Johnstone, S. Ellen Macdonald, Azim Mallik, Anne C.S. McIntosh, Jennie R. McLaren, Christian Messier, Dave Morris, Bill Shipley, Luc Sirois, Nelson Thiffault, Laura Boisvert-Marsh & Bright B. Kumordzi
Intraspecific trait variability (ITV) provides the material for species adaptation to environmental changes. To advance our understanding of how ITV can contribute to species adaptation to a wide range of environmental conditions, we studied five widespread understory forest species exposed to both continental-scale climate gradients, and local soil and disturbance gradients. We investigated the environmental drivers of between-site leaf and root trait variation, and tested whether higher between-site ITV was associated with increased trait sensitivity...

Les remontées mécaniques et le droit

Jean-François Joye & Philippe Yolka

Better residential than ethnic discrimination! ( LIEPP Working Paper, n°38 bis)

Francois Bonnet, Etienne Lalé, Mirna Safi & Etienne Wasmer
Access to housing is difficult for minorities in France. An audit study we run in the Paris area showed that minority applicants do not face a strong disadvantage in the first step of the application; however, the fact that applicants come from a deprived area leads to more frequent unfavorable outcome (we call this residential discrimination as opposed to ethnic discrimination). The puzzle and paradox come from the fact that face-to-face interviews with real-estate agents...

Expiratory high-frequency percussive ventilation: a novel concept for improving gas exchange

Ferenc Peták, Gergely H. Fodor, Álmos Schranc, Roberta Südy, Ádám L. Balogh, Barna Babik, André Dos Santos Rocha, Sam Bayat, Davide Bizzotto, Raffaele L. Dellacà & Walid Habre
Abstract Background Although high-frequency percussive ventilation (HFPV) improves gas exchange, concerns remain about tissue overdistension caused by the oscillations and consequent lung damage. We compared a modified percussive ventilation modality created by superimposing high-frequency oscillations to the conventional ventilation waveform during expiration only (eHFPV) with conventional mechanical ventilation (CMV) and standard HFPV. Methods Hypoxia and hypercapnia were induced by decreasing the frequency of CMV in New Zealand White rabbits (n = 10). Following steady-state CMV...

Geologicaly-sourced H2 exploration: pathfinders, tools, and methods

Laurent Truche & Frédéric-Victor Donze
Recently, the growing demand for carbon-free energy has sparked an unprecedented interest in naturally occurring H2, as it could represent a potential alternative resource to fossil fuels. Throughout the world, and since more than one century, numerous natural H2-bearing geological fluids have been discovered, but to date, there is neither exploration strategy nor any resource assessment, as practical guidelines for hydrogen targeting are still missing. Here, we lay the foundation of a preliminary exploration guide...

European Fault-Source Model 2020 (EFSM20): online data on fault geometry and activity parameters

Roberto Basili, Laurentiu Danciu, Céline Beauval, Karin Sesetyan, Susana Pires Vilanova, Shota Adamia, Pierre Arroucau, Jure Atanackov, Stéphane Baize, Carolina Canora, Riccardo Caputo, Michele Matteo Cosimo Carafa, Marc E. Cushing, Susana Custódio, Mine Betül Demircioglu Tumsa, João C. Duarte, Athanassios Ganas, Julián García-Mayordomo, Laura Gómez de la Peña, Eulàlia Gràcia, Petra Jamšek Rupnik, Hervé Jomard, Vanja Kastelic, Francesco Emanuele Maesano, Raquel Martín-Banda … & Polona Zupančič
The European Fault-Source Model 2020 (EFSM20) was initially compiled in the framework of the EU Project SERA, Work Package 25, JRA3. EFSM20 includes only faults deemed capable of generating earthquakes of magnitude equal to or larger than 5.5 and aims at ensuring a harmonized input for use in ground-shaking hazard assessment in the Euro-Mediterranean area, namely the European Seismic Hazard Model 2020 (ESHM20). The EFSM20 database is hosted, maintained, and distributed by INGV through the...

Additional file 2 of Digitally-supported patient-centered asynchronous outpatient follow-up in rheumatoid arthritis - an explorative qualitative study

Ramona Stenzel, Katharina Hadaschik, Susann May, Manuel Grahammer, Hannah Labinsky, Martin Welcker, Johannes Hornig, Gerlinde Bendzuck, Corinna Elling-Audersch, Ulrike Erstling, Patricia Steffens Korbanka, Nicolas Vuillerme, Martin Heinze, Gerhard Krönke, Georg Schett, Ann-Christin Pecher, Martin Krusche, Johanna Mucke, Johannes Knitza & Felix Muehlensiepen
Supplementary Material 2

Self-compassion and emotion regulation: testing a mediation model

Marine Paucsik, Carla Nardelli, Catherine Bortolon, Rebecca Shankland, Christophe Leys & Céline Baeyens
Self-compassion (SC) seems to play an important role in improving Emotion Regulation (ER). Nevertheless, the results of previous studies regarding the links between SC and ER are not consistent, especially facing diverse models of ER (strategy-based vs skill-based). The goal of this prospective study was to evaluate the links between these three concepts, by testing the predictive roles of SC and ER skills on both ER adaptive and maladaptive strategies, using standardised questionnaires and visual...

Data and code from: The functional trait distinctiveness of plant species is scale dependent

Pierre Gauzere, Pierre Gaüzère, Benjamin Blonder, Pierre Denelle, Bertrand Fournier, Matthias Grenié, Leo Delalandre, Tamara Munkemuller, François Munoz, Cyrille Violle & Wilfried Thuiller
Beyond the local abundance of species, their functional trait distinctiveness is now recognized as a key driver of community dynamics and ecosystem functioning. Yet, since the functional distinctiveness of a species is always relative to a given species pool, a species distinct at the regional scale might not necessarily be distinct at the local or community scale, and reciprocally. To assess the importance of scale (i.e the definition of a species pool) when quantifying the...

Unique and shared effects of local and catchment predictors over distribution of hyporheic organisms: does the valley rule the stream?

Samuel Mouron, David Eme, Arnaud Bellec, Mélanie Bertrand, Stefano Mammola, Fréderic Liébault, Christophe J. Douady & Florian Malard
This dataset describe the distribution of two hyporheic crustacean taxa (Bogidiellidae, Amphipoda and Anthuridae, Isopoda) in streams of New Caledonia. We sampled the two taxa at 228 sites. At each site, we quantified nine local predictors related to habitat area and stability, sediment metabolism and water origin, and eight catchment predictors related to geology, area, primary productivity, land use and specific discharge.

Estimates for recombination coefficients from time-resolved luminescence - local and global approach explained on bulk gallium nitride: numerical data

Konrad Sakowski, Lukasz Borowik, Névine Rochat, Pawel Kempisty, Pawel Strak, Natalia Majewska, Sebastian Mahlik, Kamil Koroński, Tomasz Sochacki, Jacek Piechota, Marc Fouchier, Agata Kaminska & Stanislaw Krukowski
This is a dataset of numerical data for experimental results of time-resolved cathodoluminescence and time-resolved photoluminescence of a HVPE-grown GaN sample and numerical fits used to estimate ABC recombination constants of this sample.The examined GaN sample was prepared from a bulk crystal grown by Halide Vapor Phase Epitaxy (HVPE) method. In order to obtain a thick crystal, a few consecutive HVPE processes were performed. An ammonothermally-grown GaN seed of a very high structural quality, with...

Hydrogen and organic molecules generation from water radiolysis: from grave to cradle

Johan Vandenborre & Laurent Truche
Water radiolysis is a key process for hydrogen (H2) and abiotic organic molecules generation in the Earth’s crust. The aim of this presentation is to provide some insight into this process from a radiochemist viewpoint. We will transpose the knowledge we gain from water radiolysis in the context of radioactive waste disposal to natural geological settings and draw important conclusions for deep microbial ecosystems development and abiotic organic synthesis. Some examples will be given about:...

Faire l'Europe par la culture

Herta-Luise OTT, Natacha Rimasson-Fertin & Thomas Nicklas
The European Union is a unique institutional construction in history. Built and enlarged slowly and peacefully, with the aim of reconciling sworn enemies after two terrible wars by means of an economic alliance designed to create a lasting human understanding, it is today much more than a simple free trade area. What about European culture? How does it relate to the continent's economic and political integration projects? Constantly under development, constantly questioned, even contested, European...

Say It Again, Please

Alice J. Henderson

Les Inscriptions latines de l'Ain (ILAIN)

François Bertrandy, François Kayser, Bernard Rémy & André Buisson

Dual-tasking reveals the attentional cost of resolving sensory conflict induced by perturbed optic flow during treadmill walking

Valentin Lana, Julien Frère, Vincent Cabibel, Tristan Reguème, Nicolas Lefèvre & Leslie M. Decker
The precise role of cognitive control on optic flow processing during locomotion has been rarely investigated. Therefore, this study aimed to determine whether coping with unreliable visual inputs during walking requires attention and cognitive resources. Twenty-four healthy young adults walked on an instrumented treadmill in a virtual environment under two optic flow (OF) conditions: normal (congruent) and perturbed (continuous mediolateral pseudo-random oscillations). Each condition was performed under single-task and dual-task conditions of increasing difficulty (1-,...

Additional file 2 of Digitally-supported patient-centered asynchronous outpatient follow-up in rheumatoid arthritis - an explorative qualitative study

Ramona Stenzel, Katharina Hadaschik, Susann May, Manuel Grahammer, Hannah Labinsky, Martin Welcker, Johannes Hornig, Gerlinde Bendzuck, Corinna Elling-Audersch, Ulrike Erstling, Patricia Steffens Korbanka, Nicolas Vuillerme, Martin Heinze, Gerhard Krönke, Georg Schett, Ann-Christin Pecher, Martin Krusche, Johanna Mucke, Johannes Knitza & Felix Muehlensiepen
Supplementary Material 2

Additional file 3 of Digitally-supported patient-centered asynchronous outpatient follow-up in rheumatoid arthritis - an explorative qualitative study

Ramona Stenzel, Katharina Hadaschik, Susann May, Manuel Grahammer, Hannah Labinsky, Martin Welcker, Johannes Hornig, Gerlinde Bendzuck, Corinna Elling-Audersch, Ulrike Erstling, Patricia Steffens Korbanka, Nicolas Vuillerme, Martin Heinze, Gerhard Krönke, Georg Schett, Ann-Christin Pecher, Martin Krusche, Johanna Mucke, Johannes Knitza & Felix Muehlensiepen
Supplementary Material 3

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