13 Works

Hotspots in the grid: Avian sensitivity and vulnerability to collision risk from energy infrastructure interactions in Europe and North Africa

Jethro George Gauld, João P. Silva, Philip W. Atkinson, Paul Record, Marta Acácio, Volen Arkumarev, Julio Blas, Willem Bouten, Niall Burton, Inês Catry, Jocelyn Champagnon, Elizabeth A. Masden, Gary D. Clewley, Mindaugas Dagys, Olivier Duriez, Klaus‐Michael Exo, Wolfgang Fiedler, Andrea Flack, Guilad Friedemann, Johannes Fritz, Clara García-Ripollés, Stefan Garthe, Dimitri Giunchi, Atanas Grozdanov, Roi Harel … & Victoria Saravia
1. Wind turbines and power lines can cause bird mortality due to collision or electrocution. The biodiversity impacts of energy infrastructure (EI) can be minimised through effective landscape-scale planning and mitigation. The identification of high-vulnerability areas is urgently needed to assess potential cumulative impacts of EI while supporting the transition to zero-carbon energy. 2. We collected GPS location data from 1,454 birds from 27 species susceptible to collision within Europe and North Africa and identified...

Data from: Network analysis of sea turtle movements and connectivity: a tool for conservation prioritization

Connie Y. Kot, Susanne Åkesson, Joanna Alfaro-Shigueto, Diego Fernando Amorocho Llanos, Marina Antonopoulou, George H. Balazs, Warren R. Baverstock, Janice M. Blumenthal, Annette C. Broderick, Ignacio Bruno, Ali Fuat Canbolat, Paolo Casale, Daniel Cejudo, Michael S. Coyne, Corrie Curtice, Sarah DeLand, Andrew DiMatteo, Kara Dodge, Daniel C. Dunn, Nicole Esteban, Angela Formia, Mariana M. P. B. Fuentes, Ei Fujioka, Julie Garnier, Matthew H. Godfrey … & Patrick N. Halpin
Aim: Understanding the spatial ecology of animal movements is a critical element in conserving long-lived, highly mobile marine species. Analysing networks developed from movements of six sea turtle species reveals marine connectivity and can help prioritize conservation efforts. Location: Global. Methods: We collated telemetry data from 1,235 individuals and reviewed the literature to determine our dataset’s representativeness. We used the telemetry data to develop spatial networks at different scales to examine areas, connections, and their...

NON-ERGODIC PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD METHODOLOGY USING PHYSICS-BASED GROUND MOTION PREDICTION: THE CASE OF L’AQUILA, ITALY - APPENDICES

JEDIDIAH JOEL AGUIRRE, Bruno RUBINO, Maurizio Vassallo, Giuseppe Di Giulio & Francesco Visini

NON-ERGODIC PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD METHODOLOGY USING PHYSICS-BASED GROUND MOTION PREDICTION: THE CASE OF L’AQUILA, ITALY - PART III RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

JEDIDIAH JOEL AGUIRRE, Bruno RUBINO, Maurizio Vassallo, Giuseppe Di Giulio & Francesco Visini

Mnamon: Il Copto

Marilina Betrò & Daniele Salvoldi
Introduzione critica al copto, risorse elettroniche e bibliografia.

Mnamon: Il Latino

Filippo Battistoni & Mirko Donninelli
Introduzione critica al latino, risorse elettroniche e bibliografia.

Mnamon: Il Geroglifico egiziano

Marilina Betrò & Daniele Salvoldi
Introduzione critica al geroglifico egiziano, risorse elettroniche e bibliografia.

NON-ERGODIC PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD METHODOLOGY USING PHYSICS-BASED GROUND MOTION PREDICTION: THE CASE OF L’AQUILA, ITALY - PART II METHODOLOGY

EDIDIAH JOEL AGUIRRE, BRUNO RUBINO, MAURIZIO VASSALLO, Giuseppe Di Giulio & Francesco Visini

NON-ERGODIC PROBABILISTIC SEISMIC HAZARD METHODOLOGY USING PHYSICS-BASED GROUND MOTION PREDICTION: THE CASE OF L’AQUILA, ITALY - PART I THEORETICAL BACKGROUND

JEDIDIAH JOEL AGUIRRE, BRUNO RUBINO, MAURIZIO VASSALLO, GIUSEPPE DI GIULIO & FRANCESCO VISINI

Mnamon: Lo Ieratico

Marilina Betrò & Daniele Salvoldi
Introduzione critica allo ieratico, risorse elettroniche e bibliografia.

Mnamon: il Demotico

Marilina Betrò & Daniele Salvoldi
Introduzione critica al demotico, risorse elettroniche e bibliografia.

Mnamon: Il Geroglifico egiziano corsivo

Marilina Betrò & Daniele Salvoldi
Introduzione critica al geroglifico egiziano corsivo, risorse elettroniche e bibliografia.

Laboratory Scale-up, Optimisation, and Characterisation of Ce-based Metal-organic Frameworks (MOFs) for CO2 Capture Applications

Stephen Shearan, Marco Taddei & Enrico Andreoli
Provided here are the experimental data for the synthesis and characterisation of crystallinity and CO2 capture performance of Ce-based metal-organic frameworks. For more details on this material, please find the information in the following open-access paper: 10.26434/chemrxiv.13252544.v2 The project took place at Swansea University, Bay Campus, in the Energy Safety Research institute from 1st October until the 31st December 2021. The material was characterised using powder X-ray diffraction (PXRD) to ensure crystallinity and CO2 sorption...

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  • North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission
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