48 Works

Data from: The evolution of competitive ability for essential resources

Joey R. Bernhardt, Pavel Kratina, Aaron Pereira, Manu Tamminen, Mridul K. Thomas & Anita Narwani
Competition for limiting resources is among the most fundamental ecological interactions and has long been considered a key driver of species coexistence and biodiversity. Species' minimum resource requirements, their R*s, are key traits that link individual physiological demands to the outcome of competition. However, a major question remains unanswered - to what extent are species’ competitive traits able to evolve in response to resource limitation? To address this knowledge gap, we performed an evolution experiment...

HLA Class II specificity assessed by high-density peptide microarray interactions

Thomas Osterbye, Morten Nielsen, Nadine L. Dudek, Sri H. Ramarathinam, Anthony W. Purcell, Claus Schafer-Nielsen & Soren Buus
The ability to predict and/or identify MHC binding peptides is an essential component of T cell epitope discovery; something that ultimately should benefit the development of vaccines and immunotherapies. In particular, MHC class I (MHC-I) prediction tools have matured to a point where accurate selection of optimal peptide epitopes is possible for virtually all MHC-I allotypes; in comparison, current MHC class II (MHC-II) predictors are less mature. Since MHC-II restricted CD4+ T cells control and...

Life history traits and abundance of Northeast Atlantic fish

Anna Rindorf
Life history characteristics such as asymptotic length L∞, growth rate K, the length at which 50% of the individuals have reached maturity Lmat, and natural mortality M are therefore often used to indicate the sensitivity of different species to fishing. When species-specific information is missing, an estimate of the maximum length Lmax of a species can be used to infer asymptotic length, growth rate, natural mortality, and proportion mature at length. Here, we provide a...

Policy guidelines for implementation of mussel cultivation as a mitigation measure for coastal eutrophication in the Western Baltic Sea

Jens Kjerulf Petersen, Daniel Taylor, Per Bergström, Anna-Lucia Buer, Miroslaw Darecki, Raphael Filippelli, Ing-Marie Gren, Berit Hasler, Andreas Michael Holbach, Pernille Nielsen, Mats Lindegarth, Ivar Lund, Marie Maar, Lukas Ritzenhofen, Sławomir Sagan, Camille Saurel, Gerald Schernewski, Nardine Stybel & Karen Timmermann
In this document, we present a synthesis of updated documented experience in the implementation of mussel cultivation for mitigating effects of eutrophication and parameter estimates to facilitate potential application in coastal water management plans. Included are descriptions of potential for nutrient extraction, ecological effects, and economics of mussel cultivation. The documentation presented is primarily gathered in the BONUS OPTIMUS project as well as in some nationally funded projects on mussel farming or mussel mitigation farming...

New Magnetic Field Models of the Moon

Dhananjay Ravat, Michael Purucker & Nils Olsen
We use L1-norm model regularization of |Br| component at the surface on magnetic monopoles bases and along-track magnetic field differences alone (without vector observations) to derive high quality global magnetic field models at the surface of the Moon. The practical advantages to this strategy are: monopoles are more stable at closer spacing in comparison to dipoles, improving spatial resolution; L1-norm model regularization leads to sparse models which may be appropriate for the Moon which has...

4 - Drawings

Agnethe Nedergaard Pedersen, Jonas Wied Pedersen, Antonio Vigueras-Rodriguez, Annette Brink-Kjær, Morten Borup & Peter Steen Mikkelsen
Technical drawings of the structures along with photos.
This item is a part of the collection "Dataset for Bellinge: An urban drainage case study", https://doi.org/10.11583/DTU.c.5029124

Changes in version 2 - 31-08-2021- Updated documentation file- New names to subfolders

Gravimetric prospecting: Searching for new hydrocarbon basins using global models

Stefano Colpani
The present thesis work consists of a gravimetric prospecting based investigation, implemented on a worldwide 1 by 1 arc degree basis, by means of coupling, in a joint interpretation effort, publicly available global models: specifically, a global gravity disturbance satellite only combined model.

9 - Scripts

Agnethe Nedergaard Pedersen, Jonas Wied Pedersen, Antonio Vigueras-Rodriguez, Annette Brink-Kjær, Morten Borup & Peter Steen Mikkelsen
Proposed Python scripts to clean the observation data.
This item is a part of the collection "Dataset for Bellinge: An urban drainage case study", https://doi.org/10.11583/DTU.c.5029124
Changes in version 2 - 31-08-2021- Updated documentation file- Minor adjustment in the scripts

Dataset for Bellinge: An urban drainage case study

Agnethe Nedergaard Pedersen, Jonas Wied Pedersen, Antonio Vigueras-Rodriguez, Annette Brink-Kjær, Morten Borup & Peter Steen Mikkelsen
Comprehensive dataset for the urban drainage system in Bellinge, Odense, Denmark.
Including sensor data, models, background information etc. for a case area during 10 years of observation.

The items are as follows#1 Asset data - description of the assets by the registration with information from manholes and links. Besides a copy of the asset database of links from 2007, before the current system was built. (item: DOI: 10.11583/DTU.12508517)
#2 Sensor data - data from sensors in...

3a - Rain gauge data

Agnethe Nedergaard Pedersen, Jonas Wied Pedersen, Antonio Vigueras-Rodriguez, Annette Brink-Kjær, Morten Borup & Peter Steen Mikkelsen
Rainfall data only for non-commercial use, see License file. See meta file for more information.
This item is a part of the collection "Dataset for Bellinge: An urban drainage case study", https://doi.org/10.11583/DTU.c.5029124

Changes in version 2 - 31-08-2021- Updated documentation file- The period is extended to Aug 18th 2021

Untangling atmospheric flows through the lenses of wind lidars

Pedro Alvim de Azevedo Santos

FAIR data in a Citizen Science project “Fangstjournalen”

Katrine Flindt Holmstrand, Asger Væring Larsen, Signe Gadegaard, Jitka Stilund Hansen, Karsten Kryger Hansen & Gertrud Stougård Thomsen
In this video Researcher Christian Skov from DTU Aqua tells about the Citizen Science project “Fangstjournalen” and how Research Data Management, data sharing and following the FAIR guiding principles for research data can increase the impact and the value of the research - even beyond the scope of the project. This video is produced by four Danish Universities as part of a project financially supported by DEFF. The aim of the project is to identify...

Introduction to citizen science. The case of Fangstjournalen.dk

Jitka Stilund Hansen, Signe Gadegaard, Karsten Kryger Hansen, Gertrud Stougård Thomsen, Asger Væring Larsen & Katrine Flindt Holmstrand

Perdigão: ortophotos in 5cm and 20cm resolution

José Laginha Palma, Vasco Batista, Vitor Costa Gomes, João Correia Lopes, Jakob Mann & Ebba Dellwik

Towards digital twin technology: Wind farm operation analysis and optimization using model-supported data analytics

Laura Schröder

ERA5 data for air density calculations in WAsP

Rogier Ralph Floors
This is the ERA5 dataset that can be used to calculate air density for wind energy purposes using the equations presented in https://doi.org/10.3390/en12112038. The NetCDF file contains mean fields of monthly means from 2010 to 2020 of the variable temperature, surface pressure, specific humidity and the lapse rate. The horizontal grid resolution is 0.25 degrees and covers the whole globe. These fields are used in the WAsP software version 12.6 and above to calculate the...

Remote Sensing of Offshore Winds for Wind Energy Applications

Tobias Torben Ahsbahs
Winds in the coastal zone are variable due to sudden changes of the meteorological conditions caused by the land-sea transition. Near-shore areas are, however, attractive for installation of offshore wind farms because of the shallow waters and the proximity to logistics on land. Accurate information about winds in the coastal zone is necessary for optimizing the positioning and layout of wind farms. The PhD project explores the potential of new remote sensing techniques for mapping...

Aqueous Electrolytes Model Parameters and Process Simulation

Kaj Thomsen

5 - CCTV - urban drainage system

Agnethe Nedergaard Pedersen, Jonas Wied Pedersen, Antonio Vigueras-Rodriguez, Annette Brink-Kjær, Morten Borup & Peter Steen Mikkelsen
CCTV for selected pipe-stretches. See metadata for more information.
This item is a part of the collection "Dataset for Bellinge: An urban drainage case study", https://doi.org/10.11583/DTU.c.5029124
Changes in version 2 - 31-08-2021- Updated documentation file- New recordings are available for a few stretches

1 - Asset database - urban drainage system

Agnethe Nedergaard Pedersen, Jonas Wied Pedersen, Antonio Vigueras-Rodriguez, Annette Brink-Kjær, Morten Borup & Peter Steen Mikkelsen
Asset database of an urban drainage system. See metadata file for more info.
This item is a part of the collection "Dataset for Bellinge: An urban drainage case study", https://doi.org/10.11583/DTU.c.5029124
Changes in version 2 - 31-08-2021- Updated documentation file

Blade research and demonstration platform

Philipp Ulrich Haselbach, Frederik Zahle, Peter Berring, Sergei Semenov, Laura Voltá I Roqueta & David Robert Verelst
At DTU Wind Energy, a 12.6 m reference wind turbine rotor blade and the corresponding blade moulds were designed and manufactured. The entire blade design and the related test data will be published according to the FAIR principles. The blade moulds are intended to serve as a blade research and demonstration platform, allowing to realise theoretical concepts and testing these in full-scale on a wind turbine blade and thus enabling a comparison to numerical solutions....

Wind turbine load validation under wake conditions using Doppler lidar

Davide Conti

Electrical Network Design for Offshore Wind: Analysis, Mathematical Modelling, and Optimization

Juan-Andrés Pérez-Rúa

Managing the organisational transition from products to services in a global context

Madalina Pana & Melanie Kreye

Greenland seaweeds for human consumption

Katharina Johanna Kreissig

Registration Year

  • 2020
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Resource Types

  • Text
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  • Dataset
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  • Audiovisual
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  • Image
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  • Software
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  • Collection
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Affiliations

  • Technical University of Denmark
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  • Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology
    2
  • Aarhus University
    2
  • Aalborg University
    2
  • Bangor University
    1
  • International Marine and Dredging Consultants
    1
  • Spanish Institute of Oceanography
    1
  • Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut
    1
  • Lund University
    1
  • University of Rhode Island
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