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eLife Open Peer Review Corpus

Marcin Miłkowski & Ksawery Jasieński
eLife Open Peer Review CorpusSection for Logic & Cognitive Science, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of ScienceGenerated by Ksawery Jasieński under supervision of Marcin Miłkowski (2022)eLife is committed to open peer review idea. Reviews are not available for download in a single package, so they must be extracted from their complete data set, which is several gigabytes large.The data set contains all available peer reviews as of 24 July 2022 (10853 papers with...

Breeding in the pandemic: Short-term lockdown restrictions in a European capital city did not alter the life-history traits of two urban adapters

Michela Corsini, Zuzanna Jagiello, Michał Walesiak, Michał Redlisiak, Ignacy Stadnicki, Ewa Mierzejewska & Marta Szulkin
Humans are transforming natural habitats into managed urban green areas and impervious surfaces with unprecedented peace. Yet, the effects of human presence per se on animal life-history traits are rarely tested. This is particularly true in cities, where human presence is often indissociable from urbanisation itself. We analysed four years of avian breeding data collected in a European capital city to test whether lockdown measures altered nestbox occupancy and life-history traits in terms of egg-laying...

Giant sengi or elephant-shrew (Rhynchocyon species) interactions with Red-Capped Robin-Chat (Cossypha natalensis) and White-Chested Alethe (Chamaetylas fuelleborni) in Tanzania

Norbert Cordeiro, Francesco Rovero, Maurus Msuha, Katarzyna Nowak, Andrea Bianchi & Trevor Jones
Using camera traps and direct observations, we recorded interactions between three species of giant sengi (Rhynchocyon sp.) and two insectivorous bird species from five forests in Tanzania. In all instances, the birds closely followed the giant sengis who were moving and foraging in the leaf litter. Given the two bird species are insectivorous and follow ant swarms to obtain flushed prey, these interactions suggest that following the sengi represents an adaptive foraging strategy. Our observations...

High-resolution single-crystal X-ray diffraction dataset for cyanuric acid dihydrate at 100K

Sławomir Antonii Bojarowski, Barbara Gruza, Damian Trzybiński, Radosław Kamiński, Anna Agnieszka Hoser, Prashant Kumar, Krzysztof Woźniak & Paulina Maria Dominiak
High-resolution X-ray diffraction data set for cyanuric acid dihydrate crystal collected in Warsaw, Poland, for charge density analysis. XD program refinement results are provided with associated files.

High-resolution single-crystal X-ray diffraction dataset for triptycene at 100K

Sławomir Antonii Bojarowski, Barbara Gruza, Damian Trzybiński, Radosław Kamiński, Anna Agnieszka Hoser, Prashant Kumar, Krzysztof Woźniak & Paulina Maria Dominiak
High-resolution X-ray diffraction data set triptycene crystals collected in Warsaw, Poland, for charge density analysis. JANA (Z. Kristallogr. 2014, 229, 345-352) and MOPRO (J. Appl. Cryst. 2005, 38, 38-54) program refinement results are provided with associated files.

High pressure single crystal X-ray diffraction dataset for Hsianghualite at 1.1GPa, 1.9GP and 4.2GPa

Marcin Stachowicz
High pressure single crystal X-ray diffraction for Hsianghualite. Synchtotron Soleil, three datasets collected in diamond anvil cell at 1.1GPa; 1.9GPa; 4.2GPa. Frames in ESPERANTO format (CrysalisPro software).

MDPI Open Peer Review Corpus

Marcin Miłkowski & Ksawery Jasieński
MDPI Open Peer Review CorpusSection for Logic & Cognitive Science, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of ScienceGenerated by Ksawery Jasieński under supervision of Marcin Miłkowski (2022)MDPI is committed to open peer review idea, but these are voluntary. They are not available for download in a single package, so they must be crawled from their website.The data set contains all available peer reviews as of 16 June 2022 (123 papers with reviews). In addition,...

Long-term shifts in the functional diversity of abandoned wet meadows – Impacts of historical disturbance and successional pathways

Patryk Czortek, Lidia Borkowska & Marlena Lembicz
Investigating the direction of changes in functional diversity involving successional pathways and historical disturbances may be a promising tool for predictions of the effectiveness of the semi-natural meadows conservation, with great emphasis on formulation of more cost-effective restoration strategies. The goal of this research was to assess the differences in long-term shifts in the functional diversity of plant species in semi-natural wet meadows unmanaged for the last 40 years, under the influence of different successional...

Z4-symmetric perturbations to the XY model from functional renormalization

Andrzej Chlebicki, Carlos A. Sánchez-Villalobos, Paweł Jakubczyk & Nicolás Wschebor
The dataset contains the renormalization group flow equations used to acquire the results discussed in the linked article. Each of the 12 datafiles contains a complete set of equations valid in a specific approximation scheme.The presented flow equations describe the behaviour of the O(2) model with cubic (Z4-symmetric) perturbations. They are derived within the one-particle-irreducible variant of the nonperturbative renormalization group based on the Wetterich equation. We employ the derivative expansion at the leading and...

Data from: Forest degradation limits the complementarity and quality of animal seed dispersal

Finn Rehling, Jan Schlautmann, Bogdan Jaroszewicz, Dana G. Schabo & Nina Farwig
Forest degradation changes the structural heterogeneity of forests and species communities, with potential consequences for ecosystem functions including seed dispersal by frugivorous animals. While the quantity of seed dispersal may be robust towards forest degradation, changes in the effectiveness of seed dispersal through qualitative changes are poorly understood. Here, we carried out extensive field sampling on the structure of forest microhabitats, seed deposition sites, and plant recruitment along three characteristics of forest microhabitats (canopy cover,...

Physiological responses of fen mosses along a nitrogen gradient point to competition restricting their fundamental niches

Izabela Jaszczuk, Wiktor Kotowski, Łukasz Kozub, Juergen Kreyling & Ewa Jabłońska
Nutrient availability determines vegetation patterns and ecological functioning of intact groundwater-fed peatlands (fens). Bryophytes, commonly referred to as ‘brown mosses’, dominate calcareous fens (rich fens), are an integral part of their unique biodiversity and contribute significantly to peat formation and carbon sequestration. Brown mosses are replaced by vascular plants as nutrient availability increases. The decline of brown mosses may either be due to their physiological intolerance of high nutrient levels or to them being outcompeted...

Supplementary Data for \"Molecular characterization of a DNA polymerase from Thermus thermophilus MAT72 phage vB_Tt72, a novel type-A family enzyme with strong proofreading activity\" by Dorawa S., Werbowy O., Plotka M., Kaczorowska A.-K., Makowska J., Kozlowski L.P., Fridjonsson O.H., Hreggvidsson G.O., Aevarsson A., Kaczorowski T.

Lukasz P. Kozlowski
Bioinformatics results related to the article "Molecular characterization of a DNA polymerase from Thermus thermophilus MAT72 phage vB_Tt72, a novel type-A family enzyme with strong proofreading activity".├── crude_refinment_models #models from GalaxyRefine│ ├── model_1.pdb│ ├── model_2.pdb│ ├── model_3.pdb│ ├── model_4.pdb│ └── model_5.pdb├── DNA_polymerase_phage_Tt72_model_after_refinement.pdb #final model - PDB format├── DNA_polymerase_phage_Tt72_model_after_refinement.png #final model - USCF Chimera v.1.15 session├── DNA_polymerase_phage_Tt72_model_after_refinement.py├── DNA_polymerase_phage_Tt72_model_after_refinement_section1.png ├── DNA_polymerase_phage_Tt72_model_after_refinement_section2.png├── DNA_polymerase_phage_Tt72_model_before_refinement.pdb├── DNA_polymerase_phage_Tt72_model_before_refinement.py├── Fig2A.odg├── Fig2A.png├── README.txt ├── Tt72_alignment.fas #alignment├── Tt72.avi #Tt72 model animation└── Tt72.fasta #protein sequence

Electrically tunable Berry curvature and strong light-matter coupling in liquid crystal microcavities with 2D perovskite

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Experimental data from the article "Tunable by electric field photonic Berry curvature in strongly coupled liquid crystal microcavity with 2D perovskite" by Karolina Łempicka-Mirek et. al. The article is available online in arXiv:2203.05289 [physics.optics] and in Science Advances 2022 (Fig.2, Fig.3, Fig.4 and Fig.5).

PLoS Open Peer Review Corpus

Marcin Miłkowski & Ksawery Jasieński
PLoS Open Peer Review CorpusSection for Logic & Cognitive Science, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of ScienceGenerated by Ksawery Jasieński under supervision of Marcin Miłkowski (2022)Public Library of Science (PLoS) journals are committed to open peer review idea, but these are voluntary. They are not available for download in a single package, but they are contained in their huge data dump.The data set contains all available peer reviews as of 16 June 2022...

Optical properties of biomass burning aerosol observed in 2013-2020 over Warsaw with a multiwavelength Raman polarization lidar

Łucja Janicka & Iwona Sylwia Stachlewska
The dataset comprises high-level data products obtained from measurements of the multiwavelength aerosol polarization Raman lidar (PollyXT-UW) during the period of 2013 – 2020 in Warsaw, Poland. It contains the set of mean optical properties (with associated uncertainties) of aerosol particles in 62 layers identified for 31 cases of observed biomass burning aerosols advection over Warsaw. The properties are divided into four groups according to the area of the aerosol origin (Western Europe, Eastern Europe,...

Data for: Realizing Persistent-Spin-Helix Lasing in the Regime of Rashba-Dresselhaus Spin-Orbit Coupling in a Dye-Filled Liquid-Crystal Optical Microcavity

Marcin Muszyński, Jacek Szczytko, Barbara Piętka, Mateusz Król, Katarzyna Rechcińska, Przemysław Oliwa, Mateusz Kędziora, Karolina Łempicka-Mirek, Rafał Mazur, Przemysław Morawiak, Wiktor Piecek, Przemysław Kula & Pavlos G. Lagoudakis
Experimental data from the article "Realizing Persistent-Spin-Helix Lasing in the Regime of Rashba-Dresselhaus Spin-Orbit Coupling in a Dye-Filled Liquid-Crystal Optical Microcavity" by Marcin Muszyński et. al. The article is available online in arXiv:2109.07338 [physics.optics] and in Physical Review Applied 17, 014041 (2022) (Fig.2, Fig.3, Fig.4 and Fig.5). The optical gain introduced into the liquid crystal optical microcavity system allowed to observe the lasing in the Rashba-Dresselhaus regime and the nonlinear optical persistent spin-helix effect at...

Estimates for recombination coefficients from time-resolved luminescence - local and global approach explained on bulk gallium nitride: numerical data

Konrad Sakowski, Lukasz Borowik, Névine Rochat, Pawel Kempisty, Pawel Strak, Natalia Majewska, Sebastian Mahlik, Kamil Koroński, Tomasz Sochacki, Jacek Piechota, Marc Fouchier, Agata Kaminska & Stanislaw Krukowski
This is a dataset of numerical data for experimental results of time-resolved cathodoluminescence and time-resolved photoluminescence of a HVPE-grown GaN sample and numerical fits used to estimate ABC recombination constants of this sample.The examined GaN sample was prepared from a bulk crystal grown by Halide Vapor Phase Epitaxy (HVPE) method. In order to obtain a thick crystal, a few consecutive HVPE processes were performed. An ammonothermally-grown GaN seed of a very high structural quality, with...

Digital methods in archaeological research. Huarmey Valley case study

Julia Chyla
Dissertation and dataset present an archaeological study of the Huarmey Valley region, located on the northern coast of Peru. My work uses modern and innovative digital methods. My research focuses on better understanding the location of one of the most important sites in the valley, Castillo de Huarmey, by learning about the context in which it functioned. The Imperial Mausoleum located at the site, along with the burial chamber beneath it, is considered one of...

Contactless optical hygrometry in LACIS-T: supplementary data

Jakub L. Nowak, Robert Grosz, Wiebke Frey, Dennis Niedermeier, Jędrzej Mijas, Szymon P. Malinowski, Linda Ort, Silvio Schmalfuß, Frank Stratmann, Jens Voigtländer & Tadeusz Stacewicz
The dataset contains the results of the experiments perfomed with the Fast InfraRed Hygrometer (FIRH) at the Turbulent Leipzig Aerosol Cloud Interaction Simulator (LACIS-T) which are presented in the figures in the article "Contactless optical hygrometry in LACIS-T" submitted to Atmospheric Measurement Techniques.FIRH is an open-path optical sensor developed for high-resolution measurements of small-scale humidity fluctuations in turbulent atmospheric flows. The device employs open-path tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy at the wavelengths near 1364.6896 nm...

Data for: 'Food quantity and quality shapes reproductive strategies of Daphnia'

Anna Bednarska
Data for the ms "Food quantity and quality shapes reproductive strategies of Daphnia". The reproductive strategies (i.e., investment in numbers versus size of the offspring) of Daphnia exposed to i) a low quantity of high quality food, and ii) an unrestricted quantity of low quality cyanobacterial food were tested. The second goal was to test which food level (i.e., how strong dietary restriction) causes similar changes in Daphnia life history as does the diet composed...

NO2 dataset over Poland and main Polish cities based on OMI observations (2010-2020), TROPOMI observations (2018 - 2021) and CAMS service (2018 - 2021)

Emeka Ugboma & Iwona Stachlewska
The dataset comprises the nitrogen dioxide (NO2) tropospheric column density obtained from the satellite instruments: Ozone Monitoring instrument (OMI) and Tropospheric Monitoring Instrument (TROPOMI), as well as Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Services (CAMS) atmospheric data store. The dataset covers two domains: the entire Poland and the main Polish cities.The data set comprises four files:1. OMI_PL_cities.zip – a compressed archive containing 18943 Netcdf-4 format files, each in the form of 2-dim maps of pixels, each file contains...

Nest-boxes alter the reproductive ecology of urban cavity-nesters in a species-dependent way

Joanna Sudyka, Irene Di Lecce, Lucyna Wojas, Patryk Rowiński & Marta Szulkin
Human-provided nesting shelters such as nest-boxes mitigate the shortage of natural breeding sites. Since artificial nests are not where animals evolved and optimised their reproductive performance, it remains inconclusive if these are adequate substitutes, ensuring equivalent fitness returns while breeding. In particular, most knowledge on the ecology of cavity-nesting birds comes from nest-box populations, but no study has directly compared fitness consequences of breeding inside nest-boxes in relation to natural cavities in cities. We directly...

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Affiliations

  • University of Warsaw
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  • Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences
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  • Biological and Chemical Research Center, Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw
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  • Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw
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  • Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw
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  • University of Warsaw, Faculty of Physics
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  • Hybrid Photonics Laboratory, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
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  • Institute of Applied Physics, Military University of Technology
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  • Institute of Chemistry, Military University of Technology
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  • Institute of High Pressure Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Sokolowska 29/37, 01-142 Warsaw, Poland
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