165 Works

Analyse af gigtpatienters brug af komplementære og alternative behandlinger (KAB)

Christian Skovsgaard

Systematic review – Protocol

Ida Kyvsgaard

Ikke-konstitutiv kosmopsykisme: naturalisme, idealisme og Martinus’ metafysik i syntese

Nikolaj Pilgaard Petersen

Autonomy for Surgical Robot Systems

Kim Lindberg Schwaner

Teledermatological solution to improve patient management in psoriasis: a participatory design study

Bettina Trettin

Supporting Service Innovation through Design Thinking: The case of an eHealth firm developing digital technology solutions

Mercé Bonjorn Dalmau

Epidemiology of hemolytic disorders in Denmark

Dennis Lund Hansen

Political media effects in a Nordic perspective

Audun Beyer, Erik Knudsen, Kim Andersen & Adam Shehata

Derfor skal vi værne om vores 'verdensmesterskab' i tillid

Sofie Buch Mejsner

Kognitiv adfærdsterapi for socialfobi

Lars Clemmensen Clemmensen, Mathias Torp Ernst, Cecilia Schøler Nielsen, Eik Runge & Stig Helweg-Jørgensen

New Evidence of Health State Dependent Utility of Consumption

Nicolai Fink Simonsen & Trine Kjær

Flow velocity transects collected seasonally at six tributaries of Hampshire River Avon from 2013 to 2014

L. Rovelli, K. M Attard, H. Stahl & R. N. Glud
The dataset contains high-resolution flow transects that were obtained from representative sites at six rivers within sub-catchments of contrasting geology (clay, greensand, chalk) of the Hampshire River Avon catchment (UK). Data were obtained from field-based measurements in seasonal campaigns conducted between spring 2013 and winter 2014.

Data from: Variation of carbon contents in eelgrass (Zostera marina) sediments implied from depth profiles

Theodor Kindeberg, Emilia Röhr, Per-Olav Moksnes, Christoffer Boström & Marianne Holmer
Seagrass meadows are able to store significant amounts of organic carbon in their underlying sediment but global estimates are uncertain partly due to spatiotemporal heterogeneity between areas and species. In order to provide robust estimates, there is a need to better understand the fate of, and mechanisms behind, organic carbon storage. In this observational study, we analyse a suite of biotic and abiotic parameters in sediment cores from 47 different eelgrass (Zostera marina) beds spanning...

Data from: Individual heterogeneity determines sex differences in mortality in a monogamous bird with reversed sexual dimorphism

Fernando Colchero, Alix Eva Aliaga, Owen R. Jones & Dalia A. Conde
Sex differences in mortality are pervasive in vertebrates, and usually result in shorter life spans in the larger sex, although the underlying mechanisms are still unclear. On the other hand, differences in frailty among individuals (i.e. individual heterogeneity), can play a major role in shaping demographic trajectories in wild populations. The link between these two processes has seldom been explored. We used Bayesian survival trajectory analysis to study age-specific mortality trajectories in the Eurasian sparrowhawk...

Data from: Bayesian estimates of male and female African lion mortality for future use in population management

Julia A. Barthold, Andrew J. Loveridge, David W. Macdonald, Craig Packer & Fernando Colchero
The global population size of African lions is plummeting, and many small fragmented populations face local extinction. Extinction risks are amplified through the common practice of trophy hunting for males, which makes setting sustainable hunting quotas a vital task. Various demographic models evaluate consequences of hunting on lion population growth. However, none of the models use unbiased estimates of male age-specific mortality because such estimates do not exist. Until now, estimating mortality from resighting records...

Data from: Adaptive phenotypic plasticity for life-history and less fitness-related traits

Cristina Acasuso-Rivero, Courtney J. Murren, Carl D. Schlichting & Ulrich Karl Steiner
Organisms are faced with variable environments and one of the most common solutions to cope with such variability is phenotypic plasticity, a modification of the phenotype to the environment. These modifications are commonly modelled in evolutionary theories as adaptive, influencing ecological and evolutionary processes. If plasticity is adaptive, we would predict that the closer to fitness a trait is, the less plastic it would be. To test this hypothesis, we conducted a meta-analysis of 213...

Data from: Nationwide prevalence and incidence study of neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder in Denmark

Viktoria Papp, Zsolt Illes, Melinda Magyari, Nils Koch-Henriksen, Matthias Kant, Claudia Christina Pfleger, Shanu Faerch Roemer, Michael Broksgaard Jensen, Annett Evelyn Petersen, Helle Hvilsted Nielsen, Lene Rosendahl, Zsolt Mezei, Tove Christensen, Kristina Svendsen, Poul Erik Hyldgaard Jensen, Magnus Christian Lydolph, Niels Heegaard, Jette Lautrup Frederiksen, Finn Thorup Sellebjerg, Egon Stenager & Thor Petersen
Objectives: To estimate the nationwide population-based incidence, prevalence, and geographical distribution of neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder in Denmark based on the 2015 International Panel for NMO Diagnosis (IPND) criteria Methods: We conducted a multicentre, historically prospective study. Data were sourced from the Danish National Patient Registry, the Danish Multiple Sclerosis Registry, departments of neurology and laboratories providing aquaporin 4 (AQP4) antibody test. Cases were selected based on the 2006 Wingerchuk and the 2015 IPND criteria...

Data from: Frequency tuning and directional sensitivity of tympanal vibrations in the field cricket Gryllus bimaculatus

Martin J. Lankheet, Uroš Cerkvenik, Ole N. Larsen & Johan L. Van Leeuwen
Female field crickets use phonotaxis to locate males by their calling song. Male song production and female behavioural sensitivity form a pair of matched frequency filters, which in Gryllus bimaculatus are tuned to a frequency of about 4.7 kHz. Directional sensitivity is supported by an elaborate system of acoustic tracheae, which make the ears function as pressure difference receivers. As a result, phase differences between left and right sound inputs are transformed into vibration amplitude...

Data from: Flight in ground effect dramatically reduces aerodynamic costs in bats

L. Christoffer Johansson, Lasse Jakobsen & Anders Hedenström
Most flying animals, from insects to seabirds, perform flights close to ground or water when taking off or landing, drinking, and feeding or when traveling near water surfaces. When flying close to a surface within approximately one wingspan, the surface acts as an aerodynamic mirror, interrupting the downwash, resulting in increased pressure underneath the wing and suppression of wingtip vortex development. This aerodynamic interaction lowers the energy added to the air by the animal, reducing...

Social bonds, social status and survival in wild baboons: a tale of two sexes

Fernando Campos, Francisco Villavicencio, Elizabeth Archie, Fernando Colchero & Susan Alberts
People who are more socially integrated or have higher socio-economic status live longer. Recent studies in nonhuman primates show striking convergences with this human pattern: female primates with more social partners, stronger social bonds or higher dominance rank all lead longer lives. However, it remains unclear whether social environments also predict survival in male nonhuman primates, as it does in men. This gap persists because, in most primates, males disperse among social groups, resulting in...

Date From: The myriad of complex demographic responses of terrestrial mammals to climate change and gaps of knowledge: A global analysis

Maria Paniw, Tamora James, C. Ruth Archer, Gesa Römer, Sam Levin, Aldo Compagnoni, Judy Che-Castaldo, Joanne Bennett, Andrew Mooney, Dylan Childs, Arpat Ozgul, Owen Jones, Jean Burns, Andrew Beckerman, Abir Patwari, Nora Sanchez-Gassen, Tiffany Knight & Roberto Salguero-Gómez
Approximately 25% of mammals are currently threatened with extinction, a risk that is amplified under climate change. Species persistence under climate change is determined by the combined effects of climatic factors on multiple demographic rates (survival, development, reproduction), and hence, population dynamics. Thus, to quantify which species and regions on Earth are most vulnerable to climate-driven extinction, a global understanding of how different demographic rates respond to climate is urgently needed. Here, we perform a...

Analysis of Electronic Loads on Electrical Measurements, Power Quality and Billing

Roberto Perillo Barbosa de Silva

From insect to robot walking: A biorobotics investigation into network topology

Beck Strohmer

Politics of Exclusion in Military Institutions

Vicky Karyoti

Cerebral energy metabolism during haemorrhagic shock and the concept of permissive hypotension

Rasmus Peter Jakobsen

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