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Gravity campaigns at Askja Volcano (Iceland), in 2015, 2016 and 2017, using the Scintrex CG-5 968

Jeanne Giniaux
During the summers 2015, 2016 and 2017, we carried out some gravity campaigns at the Askja Volcano, in collaboration with the University of Iceland and the financial support of FUTUREVOLC, GSRG, COMET, RAS and EUROVOLC. In 2015, we added five new benchmarks to the existing gravity network (MYV1, MYV2, CASK, STAM and VATN), and I redefined the benchmark at DYNG. Each campaign was carried out over 4-5 days, using the Scintrex CG-5 gravimeter No. 968,...

Scanning Thermal Microscopy and Ballistic Phonon Transport in Lateral Spin Valves - dataset

Georgios Stefanou, F. Menges, B Boehm, Kathryn Moran, J. Adams, M. Ali, M.C. Rosamond, Bernd Gotsmann, R. Allenspach, Gavin Burnell & B J Hickey
Data associated with the paper "Scanning Thermal Microscopy and Ballistic Phonon Transport in Lateral Spin Valves". The zip file contains: length dependence of voltages, fit to temperatures, temperatures derived from voltages and parameters used in fits.

Early‐life seasonal, weather and social effects on telomere length in a wild mammal

Sil H.J. Van Lieshout, Elisa P. Badás, Julius G. Bright Ross, Amanda Bretman, Chris Newman, Christina D. Buesching, Terry Burke, David W. Macdonald & Hannah L. Dugdale
Early-life environmental conditions can provide a source of individual variation in life-history strategies and senescence patterns. Conditions experienced in early life can be quantified by measuring telomere length, which can act as a biomarker of survival probability in some species. Here, we investigate whether seasonal changes, weather conditions, and group size are associated with early-life and/or early-adulthood telomere length in a wild population of European badgers (Meles meles). We found substantial intra-annual changes in telomere...

A self-healing ferroelectric liquid crystal electro-optic shutter based on vertical surface-relief grating alignment - data

Peter Wyatt, Mamatha Nagaraj & J. Cliff Jones
Raw data for figures in the associated paper: A self-healing ferroelectric liquid crystal electro-optic shutter based on vertical surface-relief grating alignment

A qualitative study of sedentary behaviours in stroke survivors: non-participant observations and interviews with stroke service staff in stroke units and community services

Sarah Morton, Jennifer Hall, Claire Fitzsimons, Jessica Hall, Coralie English, Anne Forster, Rebecca Lawton, Anita Patel, Gillian Mead & David J. Clarke
Sedentary behaviour (SB) is associated with negative health outcomes and is prevalent post-stroke. This study explored SB after stroke from the perspective of stroke service staff. Qualitative mixed-methods study. Non-participant observations in two stroke services (England/Scotland) and semi-structured interviews with staff underpinned by the COM-B model of behaviour change. Observations were analysed thematically; interviews were analysed using the Framework approach. One hundred and thirty-two observation hours (October - December 2017), and 31 staff interviewed (January...

Dataset associated with 'Autothermal reforming of acetic acid to hydrogen and syngas on Ni and Rh catalysts'

Lifita N. Tande, Erik Resendiz-Mora, Valerie Dupont & Martyn V. Twigg
Raw data for all figures in the associated paper 'Autothermal reforming of acetic acid to hydrogen and syngas on Ni and Rh catalysts'

Search strategies to investigate decision making by older adults and appraisal by GPs following cancer symptoms

Judy Wright & Daniel Jones
The dataset includes a list of databases and other sources searched for the project along with search strategies for each source. Details of methods of search strategy development and duplicate removal are also included.

Impact of hepatocyte-specific deletion of staphylococcal nuclease and tudor domain containing 1 (SND1) on liver insulin resistance and acute liver failure of mice

Chunyan Zhao, Xiaoteng Cui, Yan Zhao, Baoxin Qian, Nan Zhang, Lingbiao Xin, Chuanbo Ha, Jie Yang, Xinting Wang & Xingjie Gao
Although our previous research shows an ameliorated high-fat diet (HFD)-induced hepatic steatosis and insulin resistance in global SND1 transgenic mice, the involvement of SND1 loss-of-function in hepatic metabolism remains elusive. Herein, we aim to explore the potential impact of hepatocyte-specific SND1 deletion on insulin-resistant mice. As SND1 is reported to be linked to inflammatory response, the pathobiological feature of acute liver failure (ALF) is also investigated. Hence, we construct the conditional liver knockout (LKO) mice...

Thermal State QKD simulation results data set

Adam Walton, Benjamin Varcoe, David Jennings & Anne Ghesquiere
Simulation results showing the changes in mutual information measurements as the strength of an eavesdropper’s attack is increased

A Total-Group Phylogenetic Metatree for Cetacea and the Importance of Fossil Data in Diversification Analyses

Graeme Lloyd & Graham Slater
Phylogenetic trees provide a powerful framework for testing macroevolutionary hypotheses, but it is becoming increasingly apparent that inferences derived from extant species alone can be highly misleading. Trees incorporating living and extinct taxa are are needed to address fundamental questions about the origins of diversity and disparity but it has proved challenging to generate robust, species--rich phylogenies that include large numbers of fossil taxa. As a result, most studies of diversification dynamics continue to rely...

The Carbonate-Catalysed Transesterification of Sunflower Oil for Biodiesel Production: In Situ Monitoring and Density Functional Theory Calculations - data

Maipelo Nyepetsi, F Mbaiwa, O A Oyetunji, Nelson Y Dzade & Nora H De Leeuw
Biodiesel has emerged as a promising alternative fuel to replace dwindling fossil-based resources, particularly in view of its added environmental merit of reducing additional air pollution. Its specific attraction stems from the similarity of its physical properties to fossil fuel-derived diesel. Although the production of biodiesel is a relatively straightforward process, reaction progress monitoring and product analysis require costly specialist equipment, such as gas chromatography and mass spectrometry. In this study, we investigate the use...

Dataset of the enhanced demand prediction models in bike-sharing systems using graph structural information

Yuanxuan Yang & Andy Turner
The dataset underpins the findings reported in Yang, Y., Heppenstall, A., Turner, A., & Comber, A. (2020). Using graph structural information about flows to enhance short-term demand prediction in bike-sharing systems. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 83, 101521. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2020.101521 The enhanced machine learning models, feature importance models are included along with the bike-sharing data.

Data from “Amazon tree dominance across forest strata” Nature Ecology and Evolution 2021

Frederick C. Draper, Flavia R. C. Costa, Gabriel Arellano, Oliver L. Phillips, Alvaro Duque, Manuel J. Macía, Hans ter Steege, Gregory P. Asner, Erika Berenguer, Juliana Schietti, Jacob B. Socolar, Fernanda Coelho de Souza, Kyle G. Dexter, Peter M. Jørgensen, J. Sebastian Tello, William E. Magnusson, Timothy R. Baker, Carolina V. Castilho, Abel Monteagudo-Mendoza, Paul V. A. Fine, Kalle Ruokolainen, Euridice N. Honorio Coronado, Gerardo Aymard, Nállarett Dávila & Mauricio Sánchez Sáenz et al

A Novel Computer-Controlled Maskless Fabrication Process for Pneumatic Soft Actuators

Luke Tinsley & Russell Harris
This dataset includes the raw data that is presented in the published paper "A Novel Computer-Controlled Maskless Fabrication Process for Pneumatic Soft Actuators". It encompasses all the unprocessed measurement data collected for treatment resolution, optical emission spectroscopy and X-ray photoelectric spectroscopy.

Numerical model output data on the interaction of flow with a permeable bed and biofilms

G. H. Sambrook Smith, R. J. Hardy & S. Sinha
The data contains numerical model simulations designed to assess the influence of a) a permeable bed on flow structures above and within the pore spaces of a bed and b) a biofilm streamer on the free flow structure. For the former the data relates to a novel Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) model that is able to simulate flow both in the boundary layer flow and Brinkman layer. This allows simultaneous predictions of surface and subsurface...

X-ray diffraction patterns for water ice at low pressures between 88-145 K - dataset

Thomas Mangan, John Plane & Benjamin Murray
This dataset comprises experimental X-ray diffraction patterns of water ice of structure ice I deposited on a substrate within a vacuum chamber at pressures of 20 mbar and below at temperatures ranging from 88 – 145 K. The diffraction patterns are displayed as a function of 2Theta in degrees and sorted by the figures they appear in the associated journal article “The phase of water ice which forms in cold clouds in the mesospheres of...

Water-level and rainfall data of Sebangau Tropical Peatland, Kalimantan, Indonesia

Santosa Sandy Putra, Joseph Holden & Andy Baird
The water level and rainfall data were collected from three different sites in Sebangau Tropical Peatland, Kalimantan, Indonesia. The sites were forested peatland (Forested), drained peatland with ditch dam (Blocked), and drained peatland without dam (Drained). Hydrological monitoring was conducted at the three tropical peatland sites over a 6-month period between 22nd of August 2019 and 17th January 2020. There is an Automatic Weather Station (AWS) installed to capture meteorological condition in Drained and Blocked....

Data associated with “An experimental simulation model to assess wear of the porcine patellofemoral joint”

Raelene Cowie & Louise Jennings
The dataset contains material to supplement the paper “An experimental simulation model to assess wear of the porcine patellofemoral joint” including: ICRS cartilage score of the patella and femur after 3 hours wear simulation, the wear volume, deformation and damage of the cartilage on the femoral trochlear after 3 hours wear simulation, the protrusion of the pin/osteochondral graft from the cartilage surface pre- and post-test and height maps showing the position of the osteochondral grafts...

Consumer Healthy Eating 2021 dataset

Peter Ho & Lauryn Beggs
This dataset contains data on perceived compliance to the UK Eatwell guide (19 items) from a survey in 2021 of UK consumers (n=415). Additional scales for eating healthy foods were from Norman et al. 2010 (https://doi.org/10.1186/1479-5868-7-56), which include Change strategies (15 items), Enjoyment (7 items) and Environment (4 items). Demographic data (Type of Diet, Ethnicity, Gender and Age).

Data associated with 'Time-resolved visualization of the magnetization canting induced by field-like spin-orbit torques'

Simone Finizio, Sebastian Wintz, Sina Mayr, Alexandra Huxtable, Manuel Langer, Joe Bailey, Gavin Burnell, Christopher Marrows & Joerg Raabe
Data supporting the findings of the study 'Time-resolved visualization of the magnetization canting induced by field-like spin-orbit torques'. The data are scanning x-ray transmission micrographs. The file metadata.txt describes the contents and is contained in the zip file.

Mineral and biological ice-nucleating particles above the South East of the British Isles

Alberto Sanchez-Marroquin, Jonathan West, Ian Burke, Jim McQuaid & Benjamin Murray
Dataset associated to the publication: https://doi.org/10.1039/D1EA00003A. It contains the location, INP concentration, chemical composition, ice-nucleating density of active sites and bioaerosol concentrations of the samples used in this publication.

DOC nutrient addition experiments

Catherine Moody & Fred Worrall
Peatlands are typically rich in labile dissolved and particulate organic matter (DOM and POM) but poor in nutrients; as these peatland waters flow through a catchment they mix with more nutrient-rich but organic matter (OM) poor waters. These new sources of nutrients may lead to increased OM degradation, driving further release of CO2 to the atmosphere. The aim of this study was to discover if the addition of nutrients changed the rates of peat-derived dissolved...

A qualitative study of sedentary behaviours in stroke survivors: non-participant observations and interviews with stroke service staff in stroke units and community services

Sarah Morton, Jennifer Hall, Claire Fitzsimons, Jessica Hall, Coralie English, Anne Forster, Rebecca Lawton, Anita Patel, Gillian Mead & David J. Clarke
Sedentary behaviour (SB) is associated with negative health outcomes and is prevalent post-stroke. This study explored SB after stroke from the perspective of stroke service staff. Qualitative mixed-methods study. Non-participant observations in two stroke services (England/Scotland) and semi-structured interviews with staff underpinned by the COM-B model of behaviour change. Observations were analysed thematically; interviews were analysed using the Framework approach. One hundred and thirty-two observation hours (October - December 2017), and 31 staff interviewed (January...

Data set for ice nucleation by viruses and their potential for cloud glaciation

Michael Adams, Nina Atanasova, Svetlana Sofieva, Janne Ravantti, Aino Heikkinen, Zoé Brasseur, Jonathan Duplissy, Dennis Bamford & Benjamin Murray
In order to effectively predict the formation of ice in clouds we need to know which subsets of aerosol particles are effective at nucleating ice, how they are distributed and where they are from. A large proportion of ice-nucleating particles (INPs) in many locations are likely of biological origin, and some INPs are extremely small being just tens of nanometers in size. The identity and sources of such INPs are not well characterized. Here, we...

Ginger pasta satiety - raw data

Mengyao Wu, Hanis Gani, Wasan Marafie, Sara Viney, Peter Ho & Caroline Orfila
Ginger is attributed with beneficial bioactivities including appetite suppression. We wanted to test the hypothesis that enriching wheat pasta with ginger powder would lead to sensory-associated satiety in humans.Ten healthy subjects consumed two samples of equal weight: control and ginger-enriched pasta (3%), on two occasions. Subjective feelings of satiety were assessed pre-consumption, immediately after and for 2 h post-consumption using a 7-point intensity scale. Results show that the ginger pasta sample had a similar satiety...

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