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SO2 flux of LASCAR volcano, from the NOVAC data-base

C. Bucarey, Santiago Arellano, G. Velasquez & Bo Galle
This data-set presents volcanic gas emission data from NOVAC, the global Network for Observation of Volcanic and Atmospheric Change. For each volcano, data from one or several NOVAC Scanning mini-DOAS instruments are combined with meteorological information to derive daily statistics of total SO2 emission from the volcano. Different versions of the data exist, depending on the algorithms and meteorological information used in the evaluations. Data is kindly made publicly available by the volcanological observatories and...

SO2 flux of GALERAS volcano, from the NOVAC data-base

Z. Chacon, Santiago Arellano, V. Burbano, G. Garzon, C. Laverde & Bo Galle
This data-set presents volcanic gas emission data from NOVAC, the global Network for Observation of Volcanic and Atmospheric Change. For each volcano, data from one or several NOVAC Scanning mini-DOAS instruments are combined with meteorological information to derive daily statistics of total SO2 emission from the volcano. Different versions of the data exist, depending on the algorithms and meteorological information used in the evaluations. Data is kindly made publicly available by the volcanological observatories and...

SO2 flux of SAN.CRISTOBAL volcano, from the NOVAC data-base

A. Saballos, Santiago Arellano, E. Mendoza, J. Alvarez, A. Munoz & Bo Galle
This data-set presents volcanic gas emission data from NOVAC, the global Network for Observation of Volcanic and Atmospheric Change. For each volcano, data from one or several NOVAC Scanning mini-DOAS instruments are combined with meteorological information to derive daily statistics of total SO2 emission from the volcano. Different versions of the data exist, depending on the algorithms and meteorological information used in the evaluations. Data is kindly made publicly available by the volcanological observatories and...

SO2 flux of NYIRAGONGO volcano, from the NOVAC data-base

M. Yalire, Santiago Arellano, M. Kasareka, K. Karume & Bo Galle
This data-set presents volcanic gas emission data from NOVAC, the global Network for Observation of Volcanic and Atmospheric Change. For each volcano, data from one or several NOVAC Scanning mini-DOAS instruments are combined with meteorological information to derive daily statistics of total SO2 emission from the volcano. Different versions of the data exist, depending on the algorithms and meteorological information used in the evaluations. Data is kindly made publicly available by the volcanological observatories and...

SO2 flux of SAN.MIGUEL volcano, from the NOVAC data-base

F. Montalvo, Santiago Arellano, V. Conde, D. Escobar, F. Barahona, R. Olmos & Bo Galle
This data-set presents volcanic gas emission data from NOVAC, the global Network for Observation of Volcanic and Atmospheric Change. For each volcano, data from one or several NOVAC Scanning mini-DOAS instruments are combined with meteorological information to derive daily statistics of total SO2 emission from the volcano. Different versions of the data exist, depending on the algorithms and meteorological information used in the evaluations. Data is kindly made publicly available by the volcanological observatories and...

Data from: Neutral processes forming large clones during colonization of new areas

Marina Rafajlovic, David Kleinhans, Christian Gulliksson, Johan Fries, Daniel Johansson, Angelica Ardehed, Lisa Sundqvist, Ricardo T. Pereyra, Bernhard Mehlig, Per R. Jonsson & Kerstin Johannesson
In species reproducing both sexually and asexually clones are often more common in recently established populations. Earlier studies have suggested that this pattern arises due to natural selection favouring generally or locally successful genotypes in new environments. Alternatively, as we show here, this pattern may result from neutral processes during species’ range expansions. We model a dioecious species expanding into a new area in which all individuals are capable of both sexual and asexual reproduction,...

SO2 flux of MASAYA volcano, from the NOVAC data-base

A. Saballos, Santiago Arellano, E. Mendoza, J. Alvarez, A. Munoz & Bo Galle
This data-set presents volcanic gas emission data from NOVAC, the global Network for Observation of Volcanic and Atmospheric Change. For each volcano, data from one or several NOVAC Scanning mini-DOAS instruments are combined with meteorological information to derive daily statistics of total SO2 emission from the volcano. Different versions of the data exist, depending on the algorithms and meteorological information used in the evaluations. Data is kindly made publicly available by the volcanological observatories and...

SO2 flux of POPOCATEPETL volcano, from the NOVAC data-base

H. Delgado, Santiago Arellano, C. Rivera, M. Fickel, J. Alvarez & Bo Galle
This data-set presents volcanic gas emission data from NOVAC, the global Network for Observation of Volcanic and Atmospheric Change. For each volcano, data from one or several NOVAC Scanning mini-DOAS instruments are combined with meteorological information to derive daily statistics of total SO2 emission from the volcano. Different versions of the data exist, depending on the algorithms and meteorological information used in the evaluations. Data is kindly made publicly available by the volcanological observatories and...

In-plate toxicometabolomics of single zebrafish embryos

Anton Ribbenstedt, Malte Posselt, Carl Brunius & Jonathan P. Benskin
Toxicometabolomic studies involving zebrafish embryos have become increasingly popular for linking apical endpoints to biochemical perturbations as part of adverse outcome pathway determination. These experiments involve pooling embryos to generate sufficient biomass for metabolomic measurement, which adds both time and cost. To address this limitation, we developed a high-throughput toxicometabolomic assay involving single zebrafish embryos. Incubation, microscopy, embryo extraction, and instrumental metabolomic analysis were all performed in the same 96-well plate, following acquisition of conventional...

Muscle mass of the long head of the biceps following single and double nerve transfer

Matthias Luft, Johanna Klepetko, Silvia Muceli, Jaime Ibáñez, Vlad Tereshenko, Christopher Festin, Gregor Längle, Olga Politikou, Udo Maierhofer, Dario Farina, Oskar C. Aszmann & Konstantin D. Bergmeister
The aim of this dataset was to compare the effects of single nerve transfer and double nerve transfer on muscle mass. We developed a novel rat model to investigate the neurophysiological effects of peripheral double nerve transfers to a single target muscle. In 62 male Sprague-Dawley rats the ulnar nerve of the antebrachium alone (n=30) or together with the anterior interosseus nerve (n=32) was transferred to reinnervate the long head of the biceps brachii. To...

Additional file 2 of Identification of acetic acid sensitive strains through biosensor-based screening of a Saccharomyces cerevisiae CRISPRi library

Maurizio Mormino, Ibai Lenitz, Verena Siewers & Yvonne Nygård
Additional file 2: Table S1. Level-0 plasmids used in this study. Table S2. Level-1 and level-2 plasmids used in this study. Table S3. Oligonucleotides used in this study.

Additional file 1 of Identification of HMGB2 associated with proliferation, invasion and prognosis in lung adenocarcinoma via weighted gene co-expression network analysis

Xie Qiu, Wei Liu, Yifan Zheng, Kai Zeng, Hao Wang, Haijun Sun & Jianhua Dai
Additional file 1: Table S1. Clinical informations and IHC score of patients with LUAD.

Additional file 2 of Cost-effectively dissecting the genetic architecture of complex wool traits in rabbits by low-coverage sequencing

Dan Wang, Kerui Xie, Yanyan Wang, Jiaqing Hu, Wenqiang Li, Aiguo Yang, Qin Zhang, Chao Ning & Xinzhong Fan
Additional file 2: Table S1. Genotype accuracy and concordance of imputation obtained with the three pipelines on 15 individuals. Table S2. Genotype accuracy and concordance of imputation by the three pipelines with the MAF ranges. Table S3. Genotype accuracy and concordance of imputation with different sample size and depth by BaseVar + STITCH. Table S4. Variant analysis by regions and functions. Table S5. LD decay in the Angora rabbit population. Table S6. Genes located in...

Data from: Gut microbiota regulate motor deficits and neuroinflammation in a model of Parkinson’s disease

Timothy R. Sampson, Justine W. Debelius, Taren Thron, Stefan Janssen, Gauri G. Shastri, Zehra Esra Ilhan, Collin Challis, Catherine E. Schretter, Sandra Rocha, Viviana Gradinaru, Marie-Francoise Chesselet, Ali Keshavarzian, Kathleen M. Shannon, Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown, Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede, Rob Knight & Sarkis K. Mazmanian
The intestinal microbiota influence neurodevelopment, modulate behavior, and contribute to neurological disorders. However, a functional link between gut bacteria and neurodegenerative diseases remains unexplored. Synucleinopathies are characterized by aggregation of the protein α-synuclein (αSyn), often resulting in motor dysfunction as exemplified by Parkinson’s disease (PD). Using mice that overexpress αSyn, we report herein that gut microbiota are required for motor deficits, microglia activation, and αSyn pathology. Antibiotic treatment ameliorates, while microbial re-colonization promotes, pathophysiology in...

Data from: Seascape genetics and biophysical connectivity modelling support conservation of the seagrass Zostera marina in the Skagerrak-Kattegat region of the eastern North Sea

Marlene Jahnke, Per R. Jonsson, Per-Olav Moksnes, Lars-Ove Loo, Martin Nilsson Jacobi & Jeanine L. Olsen
Maintaining and enabling evolutionary processes within meta-populations is critical to resistance, resilience and adaptive potential. Knowledge about which populations act as sources or sinks, and the direction of gene flow, can help to focus conservation efforts more effectively and forecast how populations might respond to future anthropogenic and environmental pressures. As a foundation species and habitat provider, Zostera marina (eelgrass) is of critical importance to ecosystem functions including fisheries. Here we estimate connectivity of Z....

SO2 flux of NEVADO.DEL.RUIZ volcano, from the NOVAC data-base

Z. Chacon, Santiago Arellano, G. Garzon, C. Lopez & Bo Galle
This data-set presents volcanic gas emission data from NOVAC, the global Network for Observation of Volcanic and Atmospheric Change. For each volcano, data from one or several NOVAC Scanning mini-DOAS instruments are combined with meteorological information to derive daily statistics of total SO2 emission from the volcano. Different versions of the data exist, depending on the algorithms and meteorological information used in the evaluations. Data is kindly made publicly available by the volcanological observatories and...

SO2 flux of SABANCAYA volcano, from the NOVAC data-base

P. Masias, Santiago Arellano, F. Apaza, C. Kern & Bo Galle
This data-set presents volcanic gas emission data from NOVAC, the global Network for Observation of Volcanic and Atmospheric Change. For each volcano, data from one or several NOVAC Scanning mini-DOAS instruments are combined with meteorological information to derive daily statistics of total SO2 emission from the volcano. Different versions of the data exist, depending on the algorithms and meteorological information used in the evaluations. Data is kindly made publicly available by the volcanological observatories and...

SO2 flux of SANGAY volcano, from the NOVAC data-base

S. Hidalgo, Santiago Arellano, F. Vasconez, S. Arrais, J. Cordova & Bo Galle
This data-set presents volcanic gas emission data from NOVAC, the global Network for Observation of Volcanic and Atmospheric Change. For each volcano, data from one or several NOVAC Scanning mini-DOAS instruments are combined with meteorological information to derive daily statistics of total SO2 emission from the volcano. Different versions of the data exist, depending on the algorithms and meteorological information used in the evaluations. Data is kindly made publicly available by the volcanological observatories and...

SO2 flux of SANTA.ANA volcano, from the NOVAC data-base

F. Montalvo, Santiago Arellano, V. Conde, D. Escobar, F. Barahona, R. Olmos & Bo Galle
This data-set presents volcanic gas emission data from NOVAC, the global Network for Observation of Volcanic and Atmospheric Change. For each volcano, data from one or several NOVAC Scanning mini-DOAS instruments are combined with meteorological information to derive daily statistics of total SO2 emission from the volcano. Different versions of the data exist, depending on the algorithms and meteorological information used in the evaluations. Data is kindly made publicly available by the volcanological observatories and...

SO2 flux of VILLARRICA volcano, from the NOVAC data-base

G. Velasquez, Santiago Arellano, C. Bucarey, T. Hansteen, S. Bredemeyer & Bo Galle
This data-set presents volcanic gas emission data from NOVAC, the global Network for Observation of Volcanic and Atmospheric Change. For each volcano, data from one or several NOVAC Scanning mini-DOAS instruments are combined with meteorological information to derive daily statistics of total SO2 emission from the volcano. Different versions of the data exist, depending on the algorithms and meteorological information used in the evaluations. Data is kindly made publicly available by the volcanological observatories and...

Pyrite oxidation under carbonate buffer and its environmental implications: a case study from the Shangmanggang gold deposit, southwest China

Yanyan Wang, Xuemin Liu & Qi Li
Supplement 2

Pyrite oxidation under carbonate buffer and its environmental implications: a case study from the Shangmanggang gold deposit, southwest China

Yanyan Wang, Xuemin Liu & Qi Li
Supplement 2

Additional file 2 of Cost-effectively dissecting the genetic architecture of complex wool traits in rabbits by low-coverage sequencing

Dan Wang, Kerui Xie, Yanyan Wang, Jiaqing Hu, Wenqiang Li, Aiguo Yang, Qin Zhang, Chao Ning & Xinzhong Fan
Additional file 2: Table S1. Genotype accuracy and concordance of imputation obtained with the three pipelines on 15 individuals. Table S2. Genotype accuracy and concordance of imputation by the three pipelines with the MAF ranges. Table S3. Genotype accuracy and concordance of imputation with different sample size and depth by BaseVar + STITCH. Table S4. Variant analysis by regions and functions. Table S5. LD decay in the Angora rabbit population. Table S6. Genes located in...

Data from: Interpreting the evolutionary regression: the interplay between observational and biological errors in phylogenetic comparative studies

Thomas F. Hansen & Krzysztof Bartoszek
Regressions of biological variables across species are rarely perfect. Usually there are residual deviations from the estimated model relationship, and such deviations commonly show a pattern of phylogenetic correlations indicating that they have biological causes. We discuss the origins and effects of phylogenetically correlated biological variation in regression studies. In particular, we discuss the interplay of biological deviations with deviations due to observational or measurement errors, which are also important in comparative studies based on...

Data from: Modelling of ships as a source of underwater noise

Jukka-Pekka Jalkanen, Lasse Johansson, Mattias Liefvendahl, Rickard Bensow, Peter Sigray, Martin Östberg, Ilkka Karasalo, Mathias Andersson, Heikki Peltonen & Jukka Pajala
In this paper, a methodology is presented for modelling underwater noise emissions from ships based on realistic vessel activity in the Baltic Sea region. This paper combines the Wittekind noise source model with the Ship Traffic Emission Assessment Model (STEAM) in order to produce regular updates for underwater noise from ships. This approach allows the construction of noise source maps, but requires parameters which are not commonly available from commercial ship technical databases. For this...

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