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Using genomics to optimise and evaluate the performance of underwater forest restoration

Georgina Wood, Ezequiel M. Marzinelli, Adriana Verges, Alexandra Campbell, Peter Steinberg & Melinda Coleman
1. Restoration is an emerging intervention to reverse the degradation and loss of marine habitat-formers and the ecosystem services they underpin. Current best practice seeks to restore populations by transplanting donor individuals chosen to replicate genetic diversity and structure of extant, nearby populations. However, genetic characteristics are rarely empirically examined across generations, despite their potential role in influencing restoration success. 2. We used genomics to design a restoration program for lost underwater forests of Phyllospora...

UVic modelling outputs for LGM

Himadri Saini, Katrin Meissner, Laurie Menviel & Karin Kvale
The netcdf datasets in format consists of biological and physical properties of the LGM and PI climate state, for the corresponding manuscript "Simulated response of marine ecosystems to last glacial maximum boundary conditions."

A Randomized Trial of CO2 Laser for Postmenopausal Vaginal Symptoms

Fiona Li, Sarah Maheux-Lacroix, Rebecca Deans, Erin Nesbitt-Hawes, Aaron Budden, Sophia Song, Kimberly Nguyen, Claire Lim, Lalla Mccormack, Stephen Lyons & Eva Segelov
Data collected from participants (postmenopausal women with vulvovaginal symptoms). Data are stored in Excel files. Identifier:POWH HREC 15/330

Effect of ion transport and carbonic anhydrase inhibition on parotid salivary

Alan Beal
In kangaroos, parotid gland secretion has >90% dependence on carbonic anhydrase activity whereas the mandibular gland secretion has >90% dependence on transport of chloride by the triple symport. Unlike kangaroos, parotid salivary [bicarbonate] in wombats is essentially constant over the whole flow range and exceeds [chloride] except at peak flow. Consequently, saliva formation by the wombat parotid gland could be initiated by acinar HCO3 secretion as in the kangaroo parotid followed by substantial ductal exchange...

Unprecedented correlation information reveals rotational resonances in the H2CO roaming reaction

Mitchell Quinn, Klaas Nauta, Meredith Jordan, Joel Bowman, Paul Houston & Scott Kable
Data archive for paper with title above, published in Science, 2020

LIG127k experiment performed with LOVECLIM

Laurie Menviel
LIG127k experiment performed with LOVECLIM following the PMIP4 protocol

Transient experiment of MIS 3 performed with LOVECLIM

Laurie Menviel
LOVECLIM transiently forced by changes in orbital parameters (Berger 1978), NH ice-sheet topography and albedo (Abe-Ouchi et al., 2013), and pCO2 (Luthi et al., 2008), as well as meltwater input in the North Atlantic to simulate D-O variability

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  • UNSW Sydney
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  • Virginia Tech
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  • University of the Sunshine Coast
    2
  • University of Otago
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  • University of Edinburgh
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  • Macquarie University
    2
  • National Energy Technology Laboratory
    2
  • Deakin University
    2
  • Department of Planning and Environment
    1
  • Southern Cross University
    1