98,521 Works

SMIR.Body_compartment.XX.XX.OT.214315.000.txt

Michael Kistler
Post mortem full body CT

SMIR.Brain.XX.XX.OT.217896.000.txt

Michael Kistler
ISLES 2016 Native Testing and Training Data

SMIR.Temporal_bone.XX.XX.OT.204388.000.txt

Mauricio Reyes
This data makes an important asset for future studies in need of high-resolution data and related statistical data objects of the cochlea used to leverage scientific hypotheses.

SMIR.Brain.XX.XX.OT.217900.000.txt

Michael Kistler
ISLES 2016 CoRegistered Testing and Training Data

High resolution stable water isotope composition (δ¹⁸O and dD) of two firn cores at the northern Antarctic Peninsula, supplement to: Fernandoy, Francisco; Tetzner, Dieter; Meyer, Hanno; Gacitúa, Guisella; Hoffmann, Kirstin; Falk, Ulrike (2018): New insights into the use of stable water isotopes at the northern Antarctic Peninsula as a tool for regional climate studies. The Cryosphere, 12(3), 1069-1090

Francisco Fernandoy, Dieter Tetzner, Hanno Meyer, Guisella Gacitúa, Kirstin Hoffmann & Ulrike Falk
The Antarctic Peninsula is one of the most challenging regions of Antarctica from a climatological perspective, owing to the recent atmospheric and oceanic warming. The steep topography and a lack of long-term and in situ meteorological observations complicate extrapolation of existing climate models to the sub-regional scale. Here, we present new evidence from the northern Antarctic Peninsula to demonstrate how stable water isotopes of firn cores and recent precipitation samples can reveal climatic processes related...

Biometric study of Schizosphaerella, TOC, CaCO3 (Early Jurassic, Paris Basin), supplement to: Peti, Leonie; Thibault, Nicolas (2017): Abundance and size changes in the calcareous nannofossil Schizosphaerella – Relation to sea-level, the carbonate factory and palaeoenvironmental change from the Sinemurian to earliest Toarcian of the Paris Basin. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 485, 271-282

Leonie Peti & Nicolas Thibault
Abundance and size changes in the calcareous nannofossil Schizosphaerella are investigated throughout the upper Sinemurian to lowermost Toarcian of the Sancerre-Couy core (Paris Basin). Measurements from 116 samples are compared to 487 and 411 measurements of CaCO3 content and total organic carbon (TOC) content, respectively. Our results confirm that Schizosphaerella was better adapted to proximal areas than coccoliths as expressed by the stepwise rise in abundance of Schizosphaerella, followed later on by the rise in...

Seismic Oceanography in the Tyrrhenian Sea - Thermohaline Staircases, Eddies and Internal Waves, supplement to: Buffett, Grant George; Krahmann, Gerd; Klaeschen, Dirk; Schroeder, Katrin; Sallarès, Valenti; Papenberg, Cord; Zitellini, Nevio (2017): Seismic Oceanography in the Tyrrhenian Sea: Thermohaline Staircases, Eddies, and Internal Waves. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 122(11), 8503-8523

G Buffet, Gerd Krahmann, Dirk Klaeschen, Karin Schroeder, Valenti Sallarès, Cord Papenberg, César Ranero & Nevio Zitellini
We use seismic oceanography to document and analyze oceanic thermohaline fine structure across the Tyrrhenian Sea. Multichannel seismic (MCS) reflection data were acquired during the MEDiterranean OCcidental survey in April–May 2010. We deployed along‐track expendable bathythermograph probes simultaneous with MCS acquisition. At nearby locations we gathered conductivity‐temperature‐depth data. An autonomous glider survey added in situ measurements of oceanic properties. The seismic reflectivity clearly delineates thermohaline fine structure in the upper 2,000 m of the water...

Gas hydrate quantification at a pockmark offshore Norway from joint effective medium modelling of resistivity and seismic velocity, supplement to: Attias, Eric; Amalokwu, Kelvin; Falcon-Suarez, Ismael Himar; Hu, Gao Wei; North, Laurence J; Weitemeyer, Karen; Minshull, Tim A (2020): Gas hydrate quantification at a pockmark offshore Norway from joint effective medium modelling of resistivity and seismic velocity. Marine and Petroleum Geology, 113, 104151

Eric Attias, Kelvin Amalokwu, Mille Watts, Ismael Himar Falcon-Suarez, Gao Wei Hu, Angus Best, Karen Weitemeyer & Tim A Minshull
Methane emissions from gas hydrate deposits along continental margins may alter the biogeophysical properties of marine environments, both on local and regional scales. The saturation of a gas hydrate deposit is commonly calculated using the elastic or electrical properties measured remotely or in-situ at the site of interest. Here, we used a combination of controlled-source electromagnetic (CSEM), seismic and sediment core data obtained in the Nyegga region, offshore Norway, in a joint elastic-electrical approach to...

Tree-ring width dataset of the Northeastern Iberian Peninsula since 1593, supplement to: Tejedor, Ernesto; Saz, Miguel Ángel; Esper, J; Cuadrat, José María; De Luis, Martin (2017): Summer drought reconstruction in northeastern Spain inferred from a tree ring latewood network since 1734. Geophysical Research Letters, 44(16), 8492-8500

Ernesto Tejedor, Miguel Ángel Saz, Martin De Luis, Klemen Knovak, Edurne Martínez del Castillo, Luis Alberto Longares, Roberto Serrano-Notivoli & José María Cuadrat
Drought recurrence in the Mediterranean is regarded as a fundamental factor for socio-economic development and the resilience of natural systems in context of global change. However, knowledge of past droughts has been hampered by the absence of high-resolution proxies. We present a drought reconstruction for the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula based on a new dendrochronology network considering the Standardized Evapotranspiration Precipitation Index (SPEI). A total of 774 latewood width series from 387 trees of...

Sortable silt, alkenone-SST and ice rafted debris data from sediment core JR244-GC528 (southwest Atlantic), supplement to: Roberts, J; McCave, I Nick; McClymont, Erin L; Kender, Sev; Hillenbrand, Claus-Dieter; Matano, Ricardo; Hodell, David A; Peck, Victoria L (2017): Deglacial changes in flow and frontal structure through the Drake Passage. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 474, 397-408

Jenny Roberts, I Nick McCave, Erin L McClymont, Sev Kender, Claus-Dieter Hillenbrand, Ricardo Matano, David A Hodell & Victoria L Peck
The oceanic gateways of the Drake Passage and the Agulhas Current are critical locations for the inflow of intermediate-depth water masses to the Atlantic, which contribute to the shallow return flow that balances the export of deep water from the North Atlantic. The thermohaline properties of northward flowing intermediate water are ultimately determined by the inflow of water through oceanic gateways. Here, we focus on the less well-studied "Cold Water Route" through the Drake Passage....

Functional structure , species richness and functional diversity of aboveground consumers from the Jena Experiment (year 2010), supplement to: Ebeling, Anne; Rzanny, Michael; Lange, Markus; Eisenhauer, Nico; Hertzog, Lionel R; Meyer, Sebastian Tobias; Weisser, Wolfgang W (2018): Plant diversity induces shifts in the functional structure and diversity across trophic levels. Oikos, 127(2), 208-219

Anne Ebeling, Michael Rzanny, Markus Lange, Nico Eisenhauer, Lionel R Hertzog, Sebastian Tobias Meyer & Wolfgang Weisser
This data set contains information about the functional structure (overall biomass; abundance of consumers: in different habitat strata; of different food resource specialization, feeding strategies and aerial mobility) of aboveground consumers (herbivores, carnivores, omnivores and decomposers) per plots from a grassland plant diversity experiment (the Jena Experiment; Roscher et al. 2004). The experiment was established in 2002, and consists of 80 grassland plots. Plots vary in plant species richness (1, 2, 4, 8, 16, or...

Chronostratigraphic framework and depositional environments in the organic rich Eagle Ford Group, supplement to: Minisini, Daniel; Eldrett, James S; Bergman, Steven; Forkner, Rob (2018): Chronostratigraphic framework and depositional environments in the organic‐rich, mudstone‐dominated Eagle Ford Group, Texas, USA. Sedimentology, 65(5), 1520-1557

Daniel Minisini
Since the beginning of the century, several authors have hypothesized and documented the presence of bottom currents during the deposition of mudstones, including mudstones rich in organic matter, challenging the assumption that persistent low-energy conditions are necessary prerequisites for deposition of such sediments. More processes responsible for transport and deposition of mudstones means also more processes acting contemporaneously in different parts of a basin. Without a precise and robust chronostratigraphic framework, however, it is not...

Neodymium isotope, stable isotope and radiocarbon data from ODP Site 154-929, supplement to: Howe, Jacob N W; Piotrowski, Alexander M (2017): Atlantic deep water provenance decoupled from atmospheric CO2 concentration during the lukewarm interglacials. Nature Communications, 8(1)

Jacob N W Howe & Alexander M Piotrowski
Authigenic neodymium isotopes, benthic foraminiferal stable isotopes and radiocarbon dates from ODP 929 in the deep equatorial western Atlantic Ocean.

Genomic prediction in early selection stages using multi-year data in a hybrid rye breeding program

Angela-Maria Bernal-Vasquez, Andres Gordillo, Malthe Schmidt & Hans-Peter Piepho
Abstract Background The use of multiple genetic backgrounds across years is appealing for genomic prediction (GP) because past years’ data provide valuable information on marker effects. Nonetheless, single-year GP models are less complex and computationally less demanding than multi-year GP models. In devising a suitable analysis strategy for multi-year data, we may exploit the fact that even if there is no replication of genotypes across years, there is plenty of replication at the level of...

IntroMap: a signal analysis based method for the detection of genomic introgressions

Daniel Shea, Motoki Shimizu, Namiko Nishida, Eigo Fukai, Takashi Abe, Ryo Fujimoto & Keiichi Okazaki
Abstract Background Breeding programs often rely on marker-assisted tests or variant calling of next generation sequence (NGS) data to identify regions of genomic introgression arising from the hybridization of two plant species. In this paper we present IntroMap, a bioinformatics pipeline for the screening of candidate plants through the application of signal processing techniques to NGS data, using alignment to a reference genome sequence (annotation is not required) that shares homology with the recurrent parental...

Genomic prediction in early selection stages using multi-year data in a hybrid rye breeding program

Angela-Maria Bernal-Vasquez, Andres Gordillo, Malthe Schmidt & Hans-Peter Piepho
Abstract Background The use of multiple genetic backgrounds across years is appealing for genomic prediction (GP) because past years’ data provide valuable information on marker effects. Nonetheless, single-year GP models are less complex and computationally less demanding than multi-year GP models. In devising a suitable analysis strategy for multi-year data, we may exploit the fact that even if there is no replication of genotypes across years, there is plenty of replication at the level of...

IntroMap: a signal analysis based method for the detection of genomic introgressions

Daniel Shea, Motoki Shimizu, Namiko Nishida, Eigo Fukai, Takashi Abe, Ryo Fujimoto & Keiichi Okazaki
Abstract Background Breeding programs often rely on marker-assisted tests or variant calling of next generation sequence (NGS) data to identify regions of genomic introgression arising from the hybridization of two plant species. In this paper we present IntroMap, a bioinformatics pipeline for the screening of candidate plants through the application of signal processing techniques to NGS data, using alignment to a reference genome sequence (annotation is not required) that shares homology with the recurrent parental...

Exome sequencing identifies pathogenic variants of VPS13B in a patient with familial 16p11.2 duplication

Jila Dastan, Chieko Chijiwa, Flamingo Tang, Sally Martell, Ying Qiao, Evica Rajcan-Separovic & M. Lewis
Abstract Background The recurrent microduplication of 16p11.2 (dup16p11.2) is associated with a broad spectrum of neurodevelopmental disorders (NDD) confounded by incomplete penetrance and variable expressivity. This inter- and intra-familial clinical variability highlights the importance of personalized genetic counselling in individuals at-risk. Case presentation In this study, we performed whole exome sequencing (WES) to look for other genomic alterations that could explain the clinical variability in a family with a boy presenting with NDD who inherited...

Development of a genetically modifiable epithelial in-vitro culture system from human embryonic lung epithelial stem cells: towards human lung regeneration in end-stage respiratory failure

Marko Nikolic, Jo-Anne Johnson, Dawei Sun, Oriol Caritg, Usua Laresgoiti, Jane Brady, George Allen, Adam Giangreco & Emma Rawlins

Reconstructed Pacific Decadal Oscillation versus Cape Bounty East Lake varve thickness, supplement to: Lapointe, François; Francus, Pierre; Lamoureux, Scott F; Vuille, Mathias; Jenny, Jean-Philippe; Bradley, Raymond S; Massa, Charly (2017): Influence of North Pacific decadal variability on the western Canadian Arctic over the past 700 years. Climate of the Past, 13(4), 411-420

François Lapointe, Pierre Francus, Scott F Lamoureux, Mathias Vuille, Jean-Philippe Jenny, Raymond S Bradley & Charly Massa
Understanding how internal climate variability influences arctic regions is required to better forecast future global climate variations. This paper investigates an annually-laminated (varved) record from the western Canadian Arctic and finds that the varves are negatively corre- lated with both the instrumental Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) during the past century and also with reconstructed PDO over the past 700 years, suggesting drier Arctic con- ditions during high-PDO phases, and vice versa. These results are in...

Primary productivity and calcification rates of coral reef flat and seagrass habitat at Heron Island, southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia and Saipan Lagoon, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, supplement to: Perez, Denise Ivette; Phinn, Stuart R; Roelfsema, Christiaan M; Shaw, Emily; Johnston, Lyza; Iguel, John (2018): Primary Production and Calcification Rates of Algae-Dominated Reef Flat and Seagrass Communities. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 123(8), 2362-2375

Denise Ivette Perez, Stuart R Phinn, Christiaan M Roelfsema, Emily Shaw, Lyza Johnston & John Iguel
Primary production and calcification are two processes that form the basis for coral reefs through energy production, and construction of complex habitats needed to support highly diverse systems. Monitoring of these processes is essential for understanding the carbon cycle for coral reef habitats, and how this will change over time. This project measured primary production and calcification for two different coral reef systems at Heron Island, southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia and Saipan Lagoon, Commonwealth...

Snow melt monitoring at Fugleberget, around Hornsund, Svalbard, 2014-2016, supplement to: Kepski, Daniel; Luks, Bartlomiej; Migala, Krzysztof; Wawrzyniak, Tomasz; Westermann, Sebastian; Wojtun, Bronislaw (2017): Terrestrial remote sensing of snowmelt in a diverse High-Arctic tundra environment using time-lapse imagery. Remote Sensing, 9(7), 733

Daniel Kepski, Bartlomiej Luks, Krzysztof Migala, Tomasz Wawrzyniak, Sebastian Westermann & Bronislaw Wojtun
We present a multi-year high-resolution spatial data set on snow cover evolution in a catchment located in South-West Spitsbergen on Svalbard. The data set has significant potential for validation of satellite-derived snow extent (SE) products and provides unique baseline information for various studies in this high-Arctic setting. An automatic camera system was set near the summit of Fugleberget, overlooking an area of several square kilometers near the Hornsund Polish Polar Station. In total, 203 images...

Datasets of dissertation "Transport near slippery interfaces".

Haase, A.S. (Sander)
Research data belonging to the dissertation 'Transport near slippery interfaces'. The data is grouped per publication (or per chapter in the dissertation).

Datasets of dissertation Anne Benneker

Benneker, A.M. (Anne)
Datasets of dissertation Anne Benneker

HANZE: Historical Analysis of Natural Hazards in Europe

Faculty Of Civil Engineering TU Delft
HANZE database, or ‘Historical Analysis of Natural Hazards in Europe’, aims to provide information on exposure to natural hazards for 37 European countries and territories from 1870 to 2020 in 100 m resolution. The database was constructed using high-resolution maps of present land use and population, a large compilation of historical statistics, and relatively simple and explicit models and disaggregation techniques. It is accompanied by a compilation of past damaging floods in Europe, which contains...

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