Data from: Long-term, high frequency in situ measurements of intertidal mussel bed temperatures using biomimetic sensorsBrian Helmuth, Francis Choi, Allison Matzelle, Jessica L. Torossian, Scott L. Morella, K. A. S. Mislan, Lauren Yamane, Denise Strickland, P. Lauren Szathmary, Sarah Gilman, Alyson Tockstein, Thomas J. Hilbish, Michael T. Burrows, Anne Marie Power, Elizabeth Gosling, Nova Mieszkowska, Christopher D. G. Harley, Michael Nishizaki, Emily Carrington, Bruce Menge, Laura Petes, Melissa M. Foley, Angela Johnson, Megan Poole, Mae M. Noble … & Gerardo Zardi
At a proximal level, the physiological impacts of global climate change on ectothermic organisms are manifest as changes in body temperatures. Especially for plants and animals exposed to direct solar radiation, body temperatures can be substantially different from air temperatures. We deployed biomimetic sensors that approximate the thermal characteristics of intertidal mussels at 71 sites worldwide, from 1998-present. Loggers recorded temperatures at 10–30 min intervals nearly continuously at multiple intertidal elevations. Comparisons against direct measurements...
BEARS: Towards an evaluation framework for bandit-based interactive recommender systemsAndrea Barraza-Urbina, Georgia Koutrika, Mathieu d'Aquin & Conor Hayes
Data from: Persistent genetic signatures of historic climatic events in an Antarctic octopusJan M. Strugnell, Phill C. Watts, Peter J. Smith & A. Louise Allcock
Repeated cycles of glaciation have had major impacts on the distribution of genetic diversity of the Antarctic marine fauna. During glacial periods, ice cover limited the amount of benthic habitat on the continental shelf. Conversely, more habitat and possibly altered seaways, were available during interglacials when the ice receded and the sea level was higher. We used microsatellites and partial sequences of the mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase c subunit 1 (MT-CO1) gene to examine genetic structure...
Measured and predicted t-z curves for a driven pile in lightly overconsolidated siltBryan McCabe & Barry M. Lehane
Modes of transport to or from school and mental wellbeing of schoolchildren in IrelandAndrás Költő, Aoife Gavin & Saoirse Nic Gabhainn
Health and well-being of young people in DonegalAndrás Költő, Divya Ravikumar & Saoirse Nic Gabhainn
Data from: Leishmania naiffi and Leishmania guyanensis reference genomes highlight genome structure and gene evolution in the Viannia subgenusSimone Coughlan, Ali Shirley Taylor, Eoghan Feane, Mandy Sanders, Gabriele Schonian, James A. Cotton & Tim Downing
The unicellular protozoan parasite Leishmania causes the neglected tropical disease leishmaniasis, affecting 12 million people in 98 countries. In South America where the Viannia subgenus predominates, so far only L. (Viannia) braziliensis and L. (V.) panamensis have been sequenced, assembled and annotated as reference genomes. Addressing this deficit in molecular information can inform species typing, epidemiological monitoring and clinical treatment. Here, L. (V.) naiffi and L. (V.) guyanensis genomic DNA was sequenced to assemble these...
Short Report: HBSC Ireland: Health and wellbeing among young carers in 2014 and 2018Aoife Gavin, Colette Kelly & Saoirse Nic Gabhainn
Reinforcement of timber elements in compression perpendicular to the grain using compressed wood dowelsMichael Conway, Conan O'Ceallaigh, Sameer Mehra & Annette M. Harte
Experimental investigation of the response of a driven pile in soft siltD. Gallager, K. Gavin, Bryan A. McCabe & Barry M. Lehane
U-Pb isotope ratios and trace element concentrations of carbonate-fluorapatite from phosphate nodules in Carboniferous sedimentary rocks in northern Co. Clare, IrelandGary J O'Sullivan, J Stephen Daly, John Murray, Aodhán Ó'Gogáin, David M Chew, Foteini Drakou, Paul C Guyett & Eszter Badenszki
These data are trace element concentrations and U-Pb isotope ratios from phosphate nodules in Carboniferous-age carbonates, shales and phosphorites in Co. Clare, western Ireland. Sampling locations (both in degrees and as UTM coordinates) are also included. Mineralogically, the analysed material is apatite (species: carbonate-fluorapatite). These data are being used to support a paper which is currently under review. Data were collected by LA-Q-ICPMS in the National Centre for Isotope Geochemistry in University College Dublin, and...
Numerical investigation of the structural behaviour of adhesive free connections utilising modified woodConan O’Ceallaigh, Iman Mohseni, Sameer Mehra & Annette M. Harte
LGBTI+ Youth in Ireland and across Europe: A two-phased landscape and research gap analysisAndrás Költő, Elena Vaughan, Linda O’Sullivan, Kasey Treadwell Shine, Colette Kelly, Elizabeth Saewyc & Saoirse Nic Gabhainn
CHO1 Area: Trends in health behaviours, health outcomes and contextual factors between 1998-2018Aoife Gavin & Saoirse Nic Gabhainn
Sacrificial Wind ScreenplayLorna Shaughnessy
LGBTI+ Youth in Ireland and across Europe: A two-phased Landscape and Research Gap Analysis: Summary Report for Young PeopleElena Vaughan, Aisling Harrington, András Költő, Colette Kelly & Saoirse Nic Gabhainn
Additional file 1 of Development of a co-designed behaviour change intervention aimed at healthcare professionals recruiting to clinical trials in maternity careVivienne Hanrahan, Louisa Lawrie, Eilidh Duncan, Linda Biesty & Katie Gillies
Additional file 1: Supp. File 1: GUIDED checklist and TIDieR checklist.
Development of a co-designed behaviour change intervention aimed at healthcare professionals recruiting to clinical trials in maternity careVivienne Hanrahan, Louisa Lawrie, Eilidh Duncan, Linda Biesty & Katie Gillies
Abstract Background The evidence on what strategies can improve recruitment to clinical trials in maternity care is lacking. As trial recruiters, maternity healthcare professionals (MHCPs) perform behaviours (e.g. talking about trials with potential participants, distributing trial information) they may not ordinarily do outside of the trial. Most trial recruitment interventions do not provide any theoretical basis for the potential effect (on behaviour) or describe if stakeholders were involved during development. The study aim was to...
Additional file 2 of Understanding the perspectives of recruiters is key to improving randomised controlled trial enrolment: a qualitative evidence synthesisNicola Farrar, Daisy Elliott, Catherine Houghton, Marcus Jepson, Nicola Mills, Sangeetha Paramasivan, Lucy Plumb, Julia Wade, Bridget Young, Jenny L. Donovan & Leila Rooshenas
Additional file 2. Screening Form. Form used to aid reviewers when screening papers for inclusion.
Additional file 6 of Understanding the perspectives of recruiters is key to improving randomised controlled trial enrolment: a qualitative evidence synthesisNicola Farrar, Daisy Elliott, Catherine Houghton, Marcus Jepson, Nicola Mills, Sangeetha Paramasivan, Lucy Plumb, Julia Wade, Bridget Young, Jenny L. Donovan & Leila Rooshenas
Additional file 6. Full EP. GRADE CERQual full evidence profile.
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Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland26
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