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Data from 'Water table depth modulates productivity and biomass across Amazonian forests'

Thaiane R. Sousa, Juliana Schietti, Thaise Emílio, Rafael Herrera Fernández, Hans ter Steege, Carolina V Castilho, Adriane Esquivel Muelbert, Timothy Baker, Aline Pontes-Lopes, Camila V. J. Silva, Juliana M. Silveira, Géraldine Derroire, Wendeson Castro, Abel Monteagudo Mendoza, Ademir Ruschel, Agustín Rudas, Adriano José Nogueira Lima, Agustín Rudas, Alejandro Araujo-Murakami, Ana Andrade, Anand Roopsind, Angelo Gilberto Manzatto, Anthony Di Fiore, Armando Torres-Lezama & Aurélie Dourdain

Adverse outcome pathways (AOPs) for radiation-induced reproductive effects in environmental species: state of science and identification of a consensus AOP network

Knut Erik Tollefsen, Frédéric Alonzo, Nicholas A. Beresford, Dag Anders Brede, Elizabeth Dufourcq-Sekatcheff, Rodolphe Gilbin, Nele Horemans, Selma Hurem, Patrick Laloi, Erica Maremonti, Deborah Oughton, Olivier Simon, You Song, Michael D. Wood, Li Xie & Sandrine Frelon
Reproductive effects of ionizing radiation in organisms have been observed under laboratory and field conditions. Such assessments often rely on associations between exposure and effects, and thus lacking a detailed mechanistic understanding of causality between effects occurring at different levels of biological organization. The Adverse Outcome Pathway (AOP), a conceptual knowledge framework to capture, organize, evaluate and visualize the scientific knowledge of relevant toxicological effects, has the potential to evaluate the causal relationships between molecular,...

Adverse outcome pathways (AOPs) for radiation-induced reproductive effects in environmental species: state of science and identification of a consensus AOP network

Knut Erik Tollefsen, Frédéric Alonzo, Nicholas A. Beresford, Dag Anders Brede, Elizabeth Dufourcq-Sekatcheff, Rodolphe Gilbin, Nele Horemans, Selma Hurem, Patrick Laloi, Erica Maremonti, Deborah Oughton, Olivier Simon, You Song, Michael D. Wood, Li Xie & Sandrine Frelon
Reproductive effects of ionizing radiation in organisms have been observed under laboratory and field conditions. Such assessments often rely on associations between exposure and effects, and thus lacking a detailed mechanistic understanding of causality between effects occurring at different levels of biological organization. The Adverse Outcome Pathway (AOP), a conceptual knowledge framework to capture, organize, evaluate and visualize the scientific knowledge of relevant toxicological effects, has the potential to evaluate the causal relationships between molecular,...

Locating a National Collection project website

Stephen Gadd, Rainer Simon, Gethin Rees & Leif Isaksen
Project website for the Locating a National Collection (LaNC) project that houses instances of LaNC’s Peripleo maps interface alongside descriptive text (https://github.com/britishlibrary/locating-a-national-collection). The website was built using Joe Padfield’s simple-site, many thanks to him (https://github.com/jpadfield/simple-site). LaNC was a Foundation project within the AHRC-funded Towards a National Collection Programme.

Facilitating equitable access to hospice care in socially deprived areas: A mixed methods multiple case study

Maddy French, Thomas Keegan & Nancy Preston
Background:There is uncertainty about the factors influencing inequities in access to palliative care in socially deprived areas, including the role of service models and professional perceptions.Aim:To explore the relationship between social deprivation and access to hospice care, including factors influencing access and professional experiences of providing care.Design:A mixed-methods multiple case study approach was used. Hospice referrals data were analysed using generalised linear mixed models and other regression analyses. Qualitative interviews with healthcare professionals were analysed...

Additional file 1 of The impact of professional midwives and mentoring on the quality and availability of maternity care in government sub-district hospitals in Bangladesh: a mixed-methods observational study

Rondi Anderson, Anna Williams, Nicole Jess, Jonathan M. Read & Mark Limmer
Additional file 1:Table S1. Quotations and codes contributing to the theme “resistance to change”.

Additional file 1 of Anti-cholinergic drug burden in patients with dementia increases after hospital admission: a multicentre cross-sectional study

Annabelle Hook, Jessica L. Randall, Carla M. Grubb, Natalie Ellis, Jack Wellington, Aayushi Hemmad, Agisilaos Zerdelis, Andrew R. D. Winnett, Benjamin D. W. Geers, Bethany Sykes, Charlotte N. Auty, Cecilia Vinchenzo, Christiane E. Thorburn, Daniella Asogbon, Emily Granger, Heather Boagey, Juliet Raphael, Kajal Patel, Kartik Bhargava, Mary-Kate M. Dolley, Matthew J. Maden, Mehdin M. Shah, Qao M. Lee, Ratnaraj Vaidya, Simran Sehdev … & Judith R. Harrison
Additional file 1: Appendix A. SPARC collaborators. Appendix B. Table 1 - Details of the 17 hospital sites in the United Kingdom involved in the study. Appendix C. Data Collection Form (questions included on software Enketo [18]).

Additional file 3 of The Workwell trial: protocol for the process evaluation of a randomised controlled trial of job retention vocational rehabilitation for employed people with inflammatory arthritis

Alison Hammond, Kathryn A. Radford, Angela Ching, Yeliz Prior, Rachel O’Brien, Sarah Woodbridge, June Culley, Jennifer Parker & Paula Holland
Additional file 3. Trial participants’ consent form.

Additional file 5 of The Workwell trial: protocol for the process evaluation of a randomised controlled trial of job retention vocational rehabilitation for employed people with inflammatory arthritis

Alison Hammond, Kathryn A. Radford, Angela Ching, Yeliz Prior, Rachel O’Brien, Sarah Woodbridge, June Culley, Jennifer Parker & Paula Holland
Additional file 5. Workwell trial: NPT constructs mapped to therapist topic guide.

Noble gas and clumped methane data for samples from Anyue gas field, China

Zheng Zhou & Chengsheng Chen
This dataset contains 6 tables covering all analytical data for samples collected from the Anyue gas field, central Sichuan Basin, China. Table 1 includes major gas species and stable carbon and hydrogen isotopes. Table 2 includes results for methane clumped isotopes and calculated methane formation temperatures of gas samples. Table 3 includes noble gas concentrations. Table 4 includes noble gas isotopic ratios. Table 5 includes parameters used in methane emission model and calculating total volume...

Additional file 1 of Anti-cholinergic drug burden in patients with dementia increases after hospital admission: a multicentre cross-sectional study

Annabelle Hook, Jessica L. Randall, Carla M. Grubb, Natalie Ellis, Jack Wellington, Aayushi Hemmad, Agisilaos Zerdelis, Andrew R. D. Winnett, Benjamin D. W. Geers, Bethany Sykes, Charlotte N. Auty, Cecilia Vinchenzo, Christiane E. Thorburn, Daniella Asogbon, Emily Granger, Heather Boagey, Juliet Raphael, Kajal Patel, Kartik Bhargava, Mary-Kate M. Dolley, Matthew J. Maden, Mehdin M. Shah, Qao M. Lee, Ratnaraj Vaidya, Simran Sehdev … & Judith R. Harrison
Additional file 1: Appendix A. SPARC collaborators. Appendix B. Table 1 - Details of the 17 hospital sites in the United Kingdom involved in the study. Appendix C. Data Collection Form (questions included on software Enketo [18]).

Additional file 1 of Emergence of equine influenza virus H3Nx Florida clade 2 in Arabian racehorses in Egypt

Basem Mohamed Ahmed, Mahmoud Mohamed Bayoumi, Mohamed Ali Farrag, Mahmoud Aly Elgamal, Janet Mary Daly & Haitham Mohamed Amer
Additional file 1. Supplementary Figure 1: comparison with the deduced amino acid sequence of the OIE-ESP recommended vaccine strain against Florida clade2. Supplementary Figure 2: comparison with the deduced amino acid sequence of the whole inactivated EI vaccine strain available in Egypt (Egypt/6066NAMRU-VSVRI/2008). Supplementary Figure 3: Comparison of the deduced amino acid sequences of the present study with the EI vaccine (KY97) strain available in Egypt as Fluvac innovator® 4 (Zoetis-US).

Additional file 1 of The Workwell trial: protocol for the process evaluation of a randomised controlled trial of job retention vocational rehabilitation for employed people with inflammatory arthritis

Alison Hammond, Kathryn A. Radford, Angela Ching, Yeliz Prior, Rachel O’Brien, Sarah Woodbridge, June Culley, Jennifer Parker & Paula Holland
Additional file 1. Workwell intervention.

Detecting and reducing heterogeneity of error in acoustic classification: Data

Oliver Metcalf, Jos Barlow, Yves Bas, Erika Berenguer, Christian Devenish, Filipe França, Stuart Marsden, Charlotte Smith & Alexander Lees
Passive acoustic monitoring can be an effective method for monitoring species, allowing the assembly of large audio datasets, removing logistical constraints in data collection, and reducing anthropogenic monitoring disturbances. However, the analysis of large acoustic datasets is challenging, and fully automated machine-learning processes are rarely developed or implemented in ecological field studies. One of the greatest uncertainties hindering the development of these methods is spatial generalisability – can an algorithm trained on data from one...

Additional file 2 of Emergence of equine influenza virus H3Nx Florida clade 2 in Arabian racehorses in Egypt

Basem Mohamed Ahmed, Mahmoud Mohamed Bayoumi, Mohamed Ali Farrag, Mahmoud Aly Elgamal, Janet Mary Daly & Haitham Mohamed Amer
Additional file 2. Supplementary Table 1: Accession codes for EIV HA1 sequences included in phylogenetic analysis figures 1. The bold sequences indicate the GISAID obtained sequences representing 2015-2016 EI outbreak in Scotland and England. Supplementary Table 2: Accession codes for sequences used in table 2 and figure 2 alignments. GISAID accession numbers are highlighted in bold.

Additional file 1 of The impact of professional midwives and mentoring on the quality and availability of maternity care in government sub-district hospitals in Bangladesh: a mixed-methods observational study

Rondi Anderson, Anna Williams, Nicole Jess, Jonathan M. Read & Mark Limmer
Additional file 1:Table S1. Quotations and codes contributing to the theme “resistance to change”.

sj-pdf-1-pmj-10.1177_02692163221133977 – Supplemental material for Facilitating equitable access to hospice care in socially deprived areas: A mixed methods multiple case study

Maddy French, Thomas Keegan & Nancy Preston
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-pmj-10.1177_02692163221133977 for Facilitating equitable access to hospice care in socially deprived areas: A mixed methods multiple case study by Maddy French, Thomas Keegan and Nancy Preston in Palliative Medicine

Cumbria 2037: Decarbonising Mobility Futures

Monika Buscher, Julie Clark, Rosslyn Colderley, Alistair Kirkbride, Joanne Larty, Shona McCulloch, Emma Moody, Elizabeth Mullis, Ian Philips, William Vaudrey & Kate Willshaw
Transport is something we all use. Even in the digital age, we all need transport to connect with family, enjoy leisure, get to work, and to meet friends. Even if we never left the house we would still use transport indirectly, as we take deliveries from local shops or goods are transported from further afield. While big-picture concepts like climate change and decarbonisation can feel remote or overwhelming, this journal shows how decarbonisation is possible...

sj-pdf-4-pmj-10.1177_02692163221142950 – Supplemental material for Healthcare use and healthcare costs for patients with advanced cancer; the international ACTION cluster-randomised trial on advance care planning

Ida J Korfage, Suzanne Polinder, Nancy Preston, Johannes JM van Delden, Sandra (A)JLM Geraerds, Lesley Dunleavy, Kristof Faes, Guido Miccinesi, Giulia Carreras, Caroline Moeller Arnfeldt, Marijke C Kars, Giuseppe Lippi, Urska Lunder, Ceu Mateus, Kristian Pollock, Luc Deliens, Mogens Groenvold, Agnes van der Heide & Judith AC Rietjens
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-4-pmj-10.1177_02692163221142950 for Healthcare use and healthcare costs for patients with advanced cancer; the international ACTION cluster-randomised trial on advance care planning by Ida J Korfage, Suzanne Polinder, Nancy Preston, Johannes JM van Delden, A)JLM Geraerds, Lesley Dunleavy, Kristof Faes, Guido Miccinesi, Giulia Carreras, Caroline Moeller Arnfeldt, Marijke C Kars, Giuseppe Lippi, Urska Lunder, Ceu Mateus, Kristian Pollock, Luc Deliens, Mogens Groenvold, Agnes van der Heide and Judith AC Rietjens in Palliative Medicine

sj-pdf-5-pmj-10.1177_02692163221142950 – Supplemental material for Healthcare use and healthcare costs for patients with advanced cancer; the international ACTION cluster-randomised trial on advance care planning

Ida J Korfage, Suzanne Polinder, Nancy Preston, Johannes JM van Delden, Sandra (A)JLM Geraerds, Lesley Dunleavy, Kristof Faes, Guido Miccinesi, Giulia Carreras, Caroline Moeller Arnfeldt, Marijke C Kars, Giuseppe Lippi, Urska Lunder, Ceu Mateus, Kristian Pollock, Luc Deliens, Mogens Groenvold, Agnes van der Heide & Judith AC Rietjens
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-5-pmj-10.1177_02692163221142950 for Healthcare use and healthcare costs for patients with advanced cancer; the international ACTION cluster-randomised trial on advance care planning by Ida J Korfage, Suzanne Polinder, Nancy Preston, Johannes JM van Delden, A)JLM Geraerds, Lesley Dunleavy, Kristof Faes, Guido Miccinesi, Giulia Carreras, Caroline Moeller Arnfeldt, Marijke C Kars, Giuseppe Lippi, Urska Lunder, Ceu Mateus, Kristian Pollock, Luc Deliens, Mogens Groenvold, Agnes van der Heide and Judith AC Rietjens in Palliative Medicine

Historical context modifies plant diversity–community productivity relationships in alpine grassland

Shan Luo, Richard D. Bardgett, Bernhard Schmid, David Johnson, Kenny Png, Urs Schaffner, Huakun Zhou, Buqing Yao, Xiangyang Hou & Nicholas J. Ostle
While most studies yield positive relationships between biodiversity (B) and ecosystem functioning (EF), awareness is growing that BEF relationships can vary with ecological context. The awareness has led to increased efforts to understand how contemporary environmental context modifies BEF relationships, but the role of historical context, and the mechanisms by which it may influence biodiversity effects, remains poorly understood. We examined how historical context alters plant diversity‒community productivity relationships via plant species interactions in alpine...

AI3SD video: AI4SD & IoFT AI for ethics working group: introducing the working group & our methodologies: moral IT cards & design fiction.

Samantha Kanza, Naomi Jacobs & Peter Craigon
Our Ethics for AI Working group was born out of a meeting held by the Internet of Food Things Network just before the pandemic to consider research challenges for developing a data trust system for the food sector. Our group came together through a shared interest in Ethics, and formed a working group to consider the ethical dimensions of digital collaboration in the food sector, such as the unintended consequence of AI. We have run...

Datasets from: The distribution of covert natural enemies of a globally invasive crop pest, the fall armyworm, in Africa; enemy-release and spillover events

Amy Withers
These datasets are for the analyses carried out in paper in Journal of Animal Ecology titled 'The distribution of covert natural enemies of a globally invasive crop pest, the fall armyworm, in Africa; enemy-release and spillover events.' The authors of the paper are Amy J. Withers, Annabel Rice, Jolanda de Boer, Philip Donkersley, Aislinn J. Pearson, Gilson Chipabika, Patrick Karangwa, Bellancile Uzayisenga, Benjamin A. Mensah, Samuel Adjei Mensah, Phillip Obed Yobe Nkunika, Donald Kachigamba, Judith...

Data from: Carbon allocation to root exudates is maintained in mature temperate tree species under drought

Benjamin D Hafner, Melanie Brunn, Marie Jasmijn Zwetsloot, Fabian Christopher Weikl, Karin Pritsch, Kyohsuke Hikino, Nadine Ruehr, Emma Sayer & Taryn Bauerle

Perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) concentrations in the marine Arctic environment collected between 26-Aug-2019 to 28-Aug-2019

Jack Garnett, Crispin Halsall, Anna Vader, Hanna Joerss, Ralf Ebinghaus, Amber Leeson & Peter Wynn
Samples of snow, sea ice, seawater (0.5 m and 5 m depths) and meltponds were collected from two ice-covered stations located in the Barents Sea (81 N), during the "Nansen Legacy Q3" summer cruise of the Norwegian research vessel Kronprins Haakon on 26-28 August 2019. Perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) concentrations, salinity and stable oxygen isotopes were measured in all samples to determine sources and environmental fate of PFAS during late summer. NERC ENVISION Doctoral Training Centre...

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