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Large interannual variability in supraglacial lakes around East Antarctica (2014-2020)

Jennifer Arthur, Chris Stokes, Stewart Jamieson, Rachel Carr, Amber Leeson & Vincent Verjans
This dataset provides supraglacial lake extents and depths as included in the paper by Arthur et al. (in review, Nature Comms.) entitled " Large interannual variability in supraglacial lakes around East Antarctica". Please cite this paper if using this data. This dataset consists of (1) shapefiles of supraglacial lake extents around the East Antarctic Ice Sheet derived from Landsat-8 imagery acquired between January 2014 and 2020 and (2) rasters of supraglacial lake depths derived from...

Hourly precipitation data for Kampala, Uganda, 2019-2020

F. McClean, C. Walsh, S. Lwasa & D. Ddumba
Hourly precipitation (mm) recorded at distributed points around Kampala between April 2019 and March 2020. Only timestamps where data were available from all sensors have been included. There are 8094 records in total and no missing values. Timestamps are recorded as “YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss”. The geographic coordinates of the sensors are provided in GeoJSON format. The column names in the CSV file correspond to the “id” field in the GeoJSON file.

Structural brain network abnormalities and the probability of seizure recurrence after epilepsy surgery: supplementary material

Nishant Sinha, Yujiang Wang, Nádia Moreira Da Silva, Anna Miserocchi, Andrew McEvoy, Jane De Tisi, Sjoerd Vos, Gavin Winston, John Duncan & Peter Taylor
Objective: We assessed pre-operative structural brain networks and clinical characteristics of patients with drug resistant temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) to identify correlates of post-surgical seizure recurrences. Methods: We examined data from 51 TLE patients who underwent anterior temporal lobe resection (ATLR) and 29 healthy controls. For each patient, using the preoperative structural, diffusion, and post-operative structural MRI, we generated two networks: ‘pre-surgery’ network and ‘surgically-spared’ network. Standardising these networks with respect to controls, we determined...

Processed airborne radio-echo sounding data from the IMAFI survey covering the Institute and Moller ice streams and the Patriot Hills, West Antarctica (2010/2011)

Neil Ross, Robert Bingham, Fausto Ferraccioli, Tom Jordan, Anne Le Brocq, David Rippin & Martin Siegert
An airborne radar survey was flown over the Institute and Moller ice streams in the Weddell Sea sector of West Antarctica in the austral summer of 2010/11 as part of the Institute-Moller Antarctic Funding Initiative (IMAFI) project (grant reference number: NE/G013071/1). This project was a NERC Antarctic Funding Initiative (AFI) collaborative project between the British Antarctic Survey and the Universities of Edinburgh, York, Aberdeen and Exeter with the aim to test the hypothesis that the...

Digital elevation models and bathymetry data of Tsho Rolpa glacier lake, Nepal, 2019

S.B. Maharjan, S. Joshi, M.V. Peppa, W. Xiao & Q. Liang
3D digital elevation models of Tsho Rolpa glacier lake, Nepal, generated from unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) imagery, with a spatial resolution of 10 centimetres. It is combined with bathymetry data so that both the lakebed elevation (DTM) and the lake surface elevation (DSM) are obtained.

Data from: The complex synaptic pathways onto a looming-detector neuron revealed using serial block-face scanning electron microscopy (SBEM)

Gerd Leitinger, F. Claire Rind, Armin Zankel, Peter Pölt & Stefan Wernitznig
The locust’s lobula giant movement detector 1 (LGMD1) looming detector pathway is part of the compound eye visual system and enables the animals to reliably detect collisions. Trans-medullary afferent neurons are considered key players in this pathway. Thousands of these neurons connect the second visual neuropile region, or medulla, with the third neuropile region, or lobula complex. In the lobula complex they are in synaptic contact with the LGMD1, which forms a dendritic tree in...

Macroinvertebrate communities in streams with contrasting water sources in the Japanese Alps

Alexander Milner, Catherine Docherty, Fredric Windsor & Koji Tojo
Data on macroinvertebrate community structure and environmental conditions across groundwater and snowmelt fed stream systems in the northern Japanese Alps.

Progression of clinical features in Lewy body dementia can be detected over six months

Elie Matar, Elie Matar, Simon R. White, John-Paul Taylor, Alan Thomas, Ian G. McKeith, Joseph P. M. Kane, Ajenthan Surendranathan, Glenda M. Halliday, Simon J. G. Lewis & John T. O'Brien
Objective: This study aimed to quantify the trajectory and magnitude of change of the key clinical features and corresponding symptom domains of Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) and Parkinson’s disease dementia (PDD) including global cognition, parkinsonism, recurrent visual hallucinations, cognitive fluctuations and sleep disturbance. Methods: 116 patients with Lewy body dementia (DLB=72, PDD=44) underwent assessment at baseline, 3 and 6 months as part of a prospective multi-centre randomized control trial. Linear mixed models were constructed...

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