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LBA-ECO LC-04 THMB Model Simulations for the Amazon and Tocantins Basins: 1939-1998

M.T. COE, M.H. COSTA, A. BOTTA & C. BIRKETT
The model output data provided were generated by the THMB 1.2 (Terrestrial Hydrology Model with Biogeochemistry) model which simulates the flow of water through groundwater systems, rivers, lakes and wetlands. The model operates at a 5-minute latitude-by-longitude grid with a 1-hour time step and requires as boundary conditions: topography, evaporation from water surfaces, surface runoff, base flow, and precipitation. Data are included for the mean monthly simulated water height above flood stage, mean monthly simulated...

An in vivo systematic genetic analysis of tumour progression in Drosophila - RNAi line: 7305R2

Marios Georgiou
This data set forms part of the larger 'Fly Cancer Screen' data set, which consists of over 700 image sets

MultiSim (Grant No. EP/K03877X/1)

Norman Powell
EPSRC-funded Frontiers Engineering project MultiSim: Modelling complex and partially identified engineering problems- Application to the individualised multiscale simulation of the musculoskeletal system (Grant No. EP/K03877X/1).

L’ambito biologico. Il PAS A057 - Scienza degli alimenti

Lucilla Dolzani
L’organizzazione del Piano dell’Offerta Formativa per il PAS A057 è stata influenzata sia dalla varietà di titoli di accesso che dalla diversità dei programmi oggetto d’insegnamento relativi a questa classe. Nei 18 crediti previsti per la Didattica disciplinare sono stati inclusi corsi di Chimica, Tecnologia, Qualità e Sicurezza, Microbiologia e Tracciabilità genetica degli Alimenti. Inoltre, sono stati inseriti un corso di Didattica delle Scienze e alcuni Laboratori, basati su argomenti disciplinari, con esempi di progettazione...

Data for: "Generation of electron high energy beams with a ring-like structure by a dual stage laser wakefield accelerator"

Roman Spesyvtsev, Enrico Brunetti & Dino Jaroszynski
The data includes experimental data collected at GEMINI-ASTRA facility during July-August 2017 campaign, theoretical simulations using FBPIC code and matlab scripts for data analysis and plotting.

Supplemental Material for Bilton et al., 2018 (in review)

Timthy P. Bilton, John C. McEwan, Shannon M. Clarke, Rudiger Brauning, Tracey C. Van Stijn, Suzanne J. Rowe & Ken G. Dodds
Scripts for generating the simulated sequencing data are provided in File S1. Figures S1 and S2 gives bias and standard errors of LD estimates for the second and third simulation scenarios. Figure~S3 gives the standard errors of the allele frequency estimates for all the simulations. Figures S4 and S5 gives the mean square errors of LD estimates for the second and third simulation scenarios. Figure S6 gives the mean read depth distribution for the SNPs...

Basecalled ONT reads

RYAN WICK
These files contain the ONT reads as produced by the Albacore basecaller (before Porechop trimming and demultiplexing).
The set of adapter trimmed reads (after Porechop, no subsampling) are available in SRA:SRR5665597, SRR5665596, SRR5665591, SRR5665590, SRR5665593, SRR5665592, SRR5665595, SRR5665594, SRR5665601, SRR5665600, SRR5665599, SRR5665598

Lexicality and intensity in speech intervention (Cummings et al., 2018)

Alycia Cummings, Janet Hallgrimson & Sarah Robinson
Purpose: This study examined how lexical representations and intervention intensity affect phonological acquisition and generalization in children with speech sound disorders.Method: Using a single-subject multiple baseline design, 24 children with speech sound disorders (3;6 to 6;10 [years;months]) were split into 3 word lexicality types targeting word-initial complex singleton phonemes: /ɹ l ʧ θ/. Specifically, academic vocabulary words, nonwords (NWs), and high-frequency (HF) words were contrasted. Intervention intensity was examined by comparing the performance of 12...

Wismut Uranium Miners – Cohort

Albert Rosenberger
The German uranium miners cohort study (Wismut cohort) is the largest single cohort study worldwide of miners exposed to radon and its progeny and is being conducted by the Federal Office for Radiation Protection (BfS) for several years by now. The study comprises data on nearly 59,000 male miners who worked with the Wismut company in uranium mining in the former German Democratic Republic between 1946 and 1990. (http://www.bfs.de/EN/bfs/science-research/projects/wismut/wismut_node.html)

Getting the strain under control: Trans-Varestraint tests for hot cracking susceptibility

Dimitrios Statharas, Rob Thornton & Hongbiao Dong
A new method for conducting Trans-Varestraint tests for assessing hot cracking susceptibility is proposed. Experiments were carried out, to validate the new method, with an industrial scale rig using tungsten inert gas welding. The hot cracking susceptibility of API-5L X65 and EN3B steel was compared. The results indicated that, by using the new method, the strain applied to the welding bead and consequently to the solidification front was controlled in a repeatable and reliable way....

A Novel Housing Price Misalignment Indicator for Germany

Markus Hertrich
From 2014 until present, housing prices in Germany have been rising faster than consumer prices in all quarters except one, raising concerns about an excessive overheating of the housing market. To assess the vulnerability of the German housing market to a future realignment or housing bust that may pose a threat to financial stability, this paper develops a housing price misalignment indicator that is composed of seven indicators, which are commonly associated with the fundamental...

Tropospheric Ozone Pollution Project: Idabel, Oklahoma

Gary Morris
This file set contains pressure, temperature, humidity, wind, and ozone-related data and data visualizations for weather balloon launches from a specific site. For additional information and visualizations of the data, along with interactive maps of the balloons' paths, please see http://ir.stedwards.edu/ozone. If you find an instrument package, email us the experiment number (found on the outside of the instrument package) and location where you found it. NOAA offers a $30 reward for mailing the instruments...

Multi-agent robotic system dataset

Fabio Caraffini, Johana Florez-Lozano, Mario Gongora & Carlos Parra

The multi-agent robotic platform shown in http://www.doi.org/10.21253/DMU.8289209 is equipped with 5 sensors, namely1) a Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR);2) a thermal sensor (TS)
3) an ultraviolet (UV) camera;4) an infrared (IF) camera;5) a standard RGB camera.

Checklist of Beetles (Coleoptera) of Canada and Alaska. Second Edition. from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Patrice Bouchard
All 8238 species-group taxa of Coleoptera known to occur in Canada and Alaska are recorded by province/territory or state, along with their author(s) and year of publication, in a classification framework. Only presence of taxa in each Canadian province or territory and Alaska is noted. Labrador is considered a distinct geographical entity. Adventive and Holarctic species-group taxa are indicated. References to pertinent identification keys are given under the corresponding supraspecific taxa.

Reverse-Engineering of Graphene on Metal Surfaces: A Case Study of Embedded Ruthenium

Ann Lii-Rosales, Yong Han, Ka Man Yu, Dapeng Jing, Nathaniel Anderson, David Vaknin, Michael C. Tringides, James W. Evans, Michael S. Altman & Patricia A. Thiel
Using scanning tunneling microscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, and X-ray absorption spectroscopy, we show that Ru forms metallic nanoislands on graphite, covered by a graphene monolayer. These islands are air-stable, contain 2-4 layers of Ru, and have diameters on the order of 10 nm. To produce these nanoislands two conditions must be met during synthesis. The graphite surface must be ion bombarded, and subsequently held at elevated temperature (1000-1180 K) during Ru deposition. A coincidence lattice...

Air temperatures, Imingfjell, 2011-2012

Shea Allison Sundstøl
Air temperatures recorded at Imingfjell from 2011-2012. Detailed information is in the attached readme file.

Bèta Onderwijsmiddag 2018

D. Van (Daan) Loon
Collection of presentations of the Bèta Onderwijsmiddag 2018.

Sounds from seeing silent motion: raw datasets from massive on-line survey of the visually-evoked auditory response (vEAR)

Elliot Freeman & Christopher Fassnidge
Raw data from large on-line survey of visually-evoked auditory response (vEAR), at http://tinyurl.com/vEARsurvey

Results are published in Fassnidge, C. & Freeman, E. D. (2018). Sounds from seeing silent motion: Who hears them, and what looks loudest?.Cortex, doi: 10.1016/j.cortex.2018.02.019
Two files are provided. The one dated 'June' contains results from a large sample of volunteers who clicked through to the survey from online news articles reporting our previous research. The file dated 'June-Dec' contains data from naive participants...

Cary Environmental Monitoring Program Stream Hydrology Data: 1993-2018

Vicky Kelly
The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies Environmental Monitoring Program is a long-term data collection program designed to understand how the environment changes over time. The program includes monitoring of climate including temperature and precipitation, as well as variables related to air pollution, such as acid deposition and ozone, and water pollution and streamwater hydrology. The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Environmental Monitoring Program furnishes data under the following conditions: The data have received quality assurance...

ORCID and DATACITE Interoperability Network (ODIN)

The British Library, Monash University, ORCID EU, European Organization For Nuclear Research, DataCite, Cornell Unversity & Duke Unversity
'Data as infrastructure' is a critical concept for a fully-integrated European Research Area (ERA) to drive innovation forward as envisaged by the Digital Agenda for Europe. The lack of data availability hinders this vision. In academic publishing, peer review and citation have long been recognised as mechanisms for endorsing the trustworthiness of research outputs and incentivizing researchers to contribute. Trustworthy research data will only be widely available if the same principles are applied. Key, participative,...

A Darker Side of Hope: Harmony-Focused Hope Decreases Collective Action Intentions Among the Disadvantaged

Siwar Hasan-Aslih, Ruthie Pliskin, Martijn Van Zomeren, Eran Halperin & Tamar Saguy
Hope is viewed as a positive emotion associated with the motivation to change existing conditions. As such, it is highly relevant for social change, particularly when considering disadvantaged groups. We propose that, in the context of unequal intergroup relations, hope may actually undermine motivation for change among disadvantaged group members. Specifically, we distinguish between hope targeted at harmony with the outgroup and hope targeted at social equality between groups. Drawing on insights regarding the consequences...

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