The dataset file contains the fully de-identified study dataset. The first tab contains important information regarding the dataset. The second tab contains the variable dictionary. The final two tabs contain de-identified study data with variables unlabeled (coded) and labelled.
Data from: Observational study of hemostatic dysfunction and bleeding in neonates with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathyMitali A. Pakvasa, Anne M. Winkler, Shannon E. Hamrick, Cassandra D. Josephson & Ravi M. Patel
Objective: Evaluate the relationship between initial haemostatic parameters and the frequency and severity of bleeding in neonates with hypoxic–ischaemic encephalopathy (HIE). Design: Retrospective observational cohort study. Setting: 2 academically affiliated level III neonatal intensive care units in Atlanta, Georgia. Participants: 98 neonates with moderate-to-severe HIE who underwent haemostatic testing within 12 hours of birth and were born from 1 January 2008 to 31 December 2013. Primary and secondary outcome measures: Initial haemostatic dysfunction was defined...
Data from: Altitude shapes the environmental drivers of large-scale variation in abundance of a widespread mammal speciesMickaël Jacquier, Clément Calenge, Ludovic Say, Sébastien Devillard & Sandrine Ruette
Habitat quality and heterogeneity directly influence the distribution and abundance of organisms at different spatial scales. Determining the main environmental factors driving the variation in species abundance is crucial to understand the underlying ecological processes and this is especially important for widely distributed species living in contrasting environments. However, the responses to environmental variation are usually described at relatively small spatial scales. Here, we studied the variation in abundance of a widely distributed mustelid, the...
Properties of pulp and paper treated by T. lanuginosus xylanase
Properties of pulp and paper for samles not treated with enzyme
input data, relative read abundance for top 50 OTUs. Used in PERMANOVA
NCBI taxonomy of each OTU including the % identity of the sequence and the % coverage.
Input data, latitude, longitude, and PCA scores for each sample. PCA scores generated in JMP
Organisms in hot environments will not be able to passively dissipate metabolically generated heat. Instead, they have to revert to evaporative cooling, a process that is energetically expensive and promotes excessive water loss. To alleviate these costs, birds in captivity let their body temperature increase, thereby entering a state of hyperthermia. Here we explore the use of hyperthermia in wild birds captured during the hot and dry season in central Nigeria. We found pronounced hyperthermia...
Data of soil respiration, soil temperature, soil moisture and gross ecosystem productivity from 2005 to 2013
Data used in the time series analysis
Liver index of cod
Data from: An assessment of phylogenetic tools for analyzing the interplay between interspecific interactions and phenotypic evolutionJonathan P. Drury, Gregory F. Grether, , Hélène Morlon & T Garland
Much ecological and evolutionary theory predicts that interspecific interactions often drive phenotypic diversification and that species phenotypes in turn influence species interactions. Several phylogenetic comparative methods have been developed to assess the importance of such processes in nature; however, the statistical properties of these methods have gone largely untested. Focusing mainly on scenarios of competition between closely-related species, we assess the performance of available comparative approaches for analyzing the interplay between interspecific interactions and species...
References to publications yielding Ecological Register data records
Water quality and African elephant abundance at waterholes in Kruger National Park. Collected June-July 2016 from the field.
Data matrix of Mosimann's shape ratios (14 measurement variables for the skull) and size (geometric mean) for all specimens (N = 1070). Please see the README file for full details of all measurements, abbreviations and data fields used in the raw file.
Data from: Environmental and evolutionary drivers of diversity patterns in the tea family (Theaceae s.s.) across ChinaMide Rao, Manuel J. Steinbauer, Xiaoguo Xiang, Minggang Zhang, Xiangcheng Mi, Jin-Tun Zhang, Keping Ma, Jens-Christian Svenning & Jintun Zhang
Subtropical forest is recognized as an important global vegetation type with high levels of plant species richness. However, the mechanisms underlying its diversity remain poorly understood. Here, we assessed the roles of environmental drivers and evolutionary dynamics (time-for-speciation and diversification rate) in shaping species richness patterns across China for a major subtropical plant group, the tea family (Theaceae s.s.) (145 species), at several taxonomic scales. To this end, we assessed the relationships between species richness,...
Microsatellite genotypes, as used in the analysis. Columns are population (NNP = Narawntapu National Park), sample ID, followed by locus IDs. Full references are provided in Table S4 of the associated paper. Genotypes are in 3-digit format, with "0" indicating missing data.
The data file INTRODUCTION_PATHWAYS.xls contains information for 8323 introduced species regarding introduction pathways, taxonomic group (plants, vertebrates, invertebrates, algae, fungi, other), inhabited environment (terrestrial, freshwater, marine) and listing status on three different lists of worst invasive alien species. Pathway data were retrieved from the Invasive Alien Species Pathway Management Resource (IASPMR, www.pathway-toolbox.auckland.ac.nz), including all pathway information contained in the Global Invasive Species Database (GISD, www.iucngisd.org), and from DAISIE European Invasive Alien Species Gateway (www.europe-aliens.org). The...
Zip file containing raw tracked xy and reconstructed 3D position files for each glider trial.
Zip file containing manually digitized xy and reconstructed xyz points for each bird gust transit.