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Hilfield Pk Res 08052018 TQ 15886 95516 pt 2

Matt Dodds
Hilfield Pk Res 08052018 TQ 15886 95516 pt 2

Hilfield Pk Res 08052018 TQ 15886 95516 pt 2

Matt Dodds
Hilfield Pk Res 08052018 TQ 15886 95516 pt 2

Dataset of hydraulic aperture and effluent element concentrations over time

Renchao Lu
Numerical results presented in the article "Numerical results presented in the paper "Modelling of dissolution-induced permeability evolution of a granite fracture under crustal conditions"

File name: 1D_model_time_outflow_1.csv
Presented in Figure 6 and Figure 7
Initial contact area ratio Rc0: 1.95%;
Initial mean mechanical aperture bm0: 9.12082 micro;

Dataset of hydraulic aperture and effluent element concentrations over time

Renchao Lu
Numerical results presented in the article "Numerical results presented in the paper "Modelling of dissolution-induced permeability evolution of a granite fracture under crustal conditions"

File name: 1D_model_time_outflow_1.csv
Presented in Figure 6 and Figure 7
Initial contact area ratio Rc0: 1.95%;
Initial mean mechanical aperture bm0: 9.12082 micro;

3D Printable Patient Face and corresponding PET-CT Data for image-guided Therapy

Jan Egger & Jürgen Wallner
Please use the following citations if you use them in your work:
J. Egger, J. Wallner. 3D Printable Patient Face and corresponding PET-CT Data for image-guided Therapy. Figshare, 2018.

3D Printable Patient Face and corresponding PET-CT Data for image-guided Therapy

Jan Egger & Jürgen Wallner
Please use the following citations if you use them in your work:
J. Egger, J. Wallner. 3D Printable Patient Face and corresponding PET-CT Data for image-guided Therapy. Figshare, 2018.

Phylogeny and conservation status of the Indian egg-eater snake, Elachistodon westermanni Reinhardt, 1863 (Serpentes, Colubridae): Supplementary material

Ashwini Venkatanarayana Mohan, Avinash C. Visvanathan & Karthikeyan Vasudevan
The Indian egg-eater (Elachistodon westermanni) is a monotypic species of the Genus Elachistodon distributed across the Indian sub-continent. In Africa, there are 13 species of egg-eating snakes of the Genus Dasypeltis. These two genera, Elachistodon and Dasypeltis were thought to be closely related due to similar diet specialization, and shared biogeographic history between the Indian sub-continent and the continent of Africa. In our study, we amplified three mitochondrial genes and one nuclear gene from E....

Phylogeny and conservation status of the Indian egg-eater snake, Elachistodon westermanni Reinhardt, 1863 (Serpentes, Colubridae): Supplementary material

Ashwini Venkatanarayana Mohan, Avinash C. Visvanathan & Karthikeyan Vasudevan
The Indian egg-eater (Elachistodon westermanni) is a monotypic species of the Genus Elachistodon distributed across the Indian sub-continent. In Africa, there are 13 species of egg-eating snakes of the Genus Dasypeltis. These two genera, Elachistodon and Dasypeltis were thought to be closely related due to similar diet specialization, and shared biogeographic history between the Indian sub-continent and the continent of Africa. In our study, we amplified three mitochondrial genes and one nuclear gene from E....

A Systematic Scoping Literature Review of Publications Supporting Treatment Guidelines for Pediatric Atopic Dermatitis in Contrast to Clinical Practice Patterns

Elaine C Siegfried, Jennifer C Jaworski & Paola Mina-Osorio
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Supplementary Material for: Lymphadenectomy and Adjuvant Therapy Improve Survival with Uterine Carcinosarcoma: A Large Retrospective Cohort Study

Versluis M.A.C., C. Pielsticker, M.A. Van Der Aa, M. De Bruyn, H. Hollema & H.W. Nijman
Objective: Uterine carcinosarcoma is a rare, aggressive subtype of endometrial cancer. Treatment consists of hysterectomy, bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, and lymphadenectomy (LND). The survival benefit of LND in relation to adjuvant radio- and/or chemotherapy is unclear. We evaluated the impact of LND on survival in relation to adjuvant therapy in uterine carcinosarcoma. Methods: Retrospective data on 1,140 cases were combined from the Netherlands Cancer Registry (NCR) and the nationwide network and registry of histo- and cytopathology in...

Supplementary Material for: Lymphadenectomy and Adjuvant Therapy Improve Survival with Uterine Carcinosarcoma: A Large Retrospective Cohort Study

Versluis M.A.C., C. Pielsticker, M.A. Van Der Aa, M. De Bruyn, H. Hollema & H.W. Nijman
Objective: Uterine carcinosarcoma is a rare, aggressive subtype of endometrial cancer. Treatment consists of hysterectomy, bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, and lymphadenectomy (LND). The survival benefit of LND in relation to adjuvant radio- and/or chemotherapy is unclear. We evaluated the impact of LND on survival in relation to adjuvant therapy in uterine carcinosarcoma. Methods: Retrospective data on 1,140 cases were combined from the Netherlands Cancer Registry (NCR) and the nationwide network and registry of histo- and cytopathology in...

Osimertinib for Previously Treated Patients With Advanced EGFR T790M Mutation-Positive NSCLC: Tolerability and Diagnostic Methods From an Expanded Access Program

Edgardo S. Santos, Barry Kaplan, Eli Kirshner, Elisabeth F. Croft, Lecia V. Sequist, MyDoanh Chau, Jiefen Munley & Geoffrey R. Oxnard
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Evidence Synthesis Hackathon 2018

Neal Haddaway
This report summarises a workshop held in Stockholm at Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Global Water Partnership (GWP) and Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) from the 23rd to the 25th April 2018. The event brought together 25 programmers and coders from across the globe in an attempt to collectively solve some of the biggest issues facing evidence synthesis using technology. The event was generously funded by Mistra EviEM (www.eviem.se/en) and the Australian National University.

Evidence Synthesis Hackathon 2018

Neal Haddaway
This report summarises a workshop held in Stockholm at Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Global Water Partnership (GWP) and Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) from the 23rd to the 25th April 2018. The event brought together 25 programmers and coders from across the globe in an attempt to collectively solve some of the biggest issues facing evidence synthesis using technology. The event was generously funded by Mistra EviEM (www.eviem.se/en) and the Australian National University.

1D_model_time_outflow_1

Renchao Lu
For Figure 6 and Figure 7:

Initial contact area ratio Rc0: 1.95%;
Initial mean mechanical aperture bm0: 9.12082 micro;

1D_model_time_outflow_1

Renchao Lu
For Figure 6 and Figure 7:

Initial contact area ratio Rc0: 1.95%;
Initial mean mechanical aperture bm0: 9.12082 micro;

URIs.txt

Andre Valdestilhas
URIs from LODStars and LODLaundromat

URIs.txt

Andre Valdestilhas
URIs from LODStars and LODLaundromat

A management perspective to using Public Participation GIS in planning for visitor use in national parks

Miisa Pietilä & Nora Fagerholm
Academics have frequently used and endorsed the Public Participation Geographic Information System (PPGIS) approach for national park management. However, it is only minimally used by public agencies such as national park organisations. This study explores the potential that managers of Finnish national parks see in the PPGIS approach in the context of planning for the visitor use of parks. Ten semi-structured interviews with managers of Parks and Wildlife Finland were conducted. The managers perceived that...

A management perspective to using Public Participation GIS in planning for visitor use in national parks

Miisa Pietilä & Nora Fagerholm
Academics have frequently used and endorsed the Public Participation Geographic Information System (PPGIS) approach for national park management. However, it is only minimally used by public agencies such as national park organisations. This study explores the potential that managers of Finnish national parks see in the PPGIS approach in the context of planning for the visitor use of parks. Ten semi-structured interviews with managers of Parks and Wildlife Finland were conducted. The managers perceived that...

1D_model_time_outflow_5.csv

Renchao Lu
For Figure 8(b):

Initial contact area ratio Rc0: 1.95%;
Initial mean mechanical aperture bm0: 10.1309 micro;

1D_model_time_outflow_5.csv

Renchao Lu
For Figure 8(b):

Initial contact area ratio Rc0: 1.95%;
Initial mean mechanical aperture bm0: 10.1309 micro;

1D_model_time_outflow_4.csv

Renchao Lu
# For Figure 8(b):
#
# Initial contact area ratio Rc0: 1.95%;
# Initial mean mechanical aperture bm0: 8.1047 micro;

1D_model_time_outflow_4.csv

Renchao Lu
# For Figure 8(b):
#
# Initial contact area ratio Rc0: 1.95%;
# Initial mean mechanical aperture bm0: 8.1047 micro;

1D_model_time_outflow_3.csv

Renchao Lu
For Figure 8(a):

Initial contact area ratio Rc0: 2.0%;
Initial mean mechanical aperture bm0: 9.1208 micro;

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