5 Works

Development of next generation energy system simulation tools for district energy

Anders N. Andersen

Conservation genomic analysis of the Croatian indigenous Black Slavonian and Turopolje pig breeds

Boris Lukic, Maja Ferenčaković, Dragica Šalamon, Mato Čačić, Vesna Orehovački, Laura Iacolina, Ino Curik & Vlatka Cubric-Curik
The majority of the nearly 400 existing local pig breeds are adapted to specific environments and human needs. The demand for large production quantities and the industrialized pig production have caused a rapid decline of many local pig breeds in recent decades. Black Slavonian pig and Turopolje pig, the latter highly threatened, are the two Croatian local indigenous breeds typically grown in extensive or semi-intensive systems. In order to guide a long-term breeding program to...

Carbon monoxide poisoning

Carsten Simonsen

Integrated genome-wide investigations of the housefly, a global vector of diseases reveal unique dispersal patterns and bacterial communities across farms

Simon Bahrndorff
Background:Houseflies (Musca domesticaL.) live in intimate association with numerous microorganisms and is a vector of human pathogens. In temperate areas, houseflies willoverwinter in environments constructed by humans and recolonize surrounding areas in early summer. However, the dispersal patterns and associated bacteria across season and location are unclear.We used genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS) for the simultaneous identification and genotyping of thousands of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) to establish dispersal patterns of houseflies across farms. Secondly, we used16S rRNA...

Data associated with the Applied Energy article 'Moving from final to useful stage in energy-economy analysis: a critical assessment'

Emmanuel Aramendia, Paul Brockway, Massimo Pizzol & Matthew Heun
This dataset enables to reproduce the work conducted in the Applied Energy article "Moving from final to useful stage in energy-economy analysis: a critical assessment". Input data are provided as a csv file; and R code to reproduce the causality tests and the aggregate production function modelling conducted in the paper are provided. In addition, the R code provided enables to reproduce all causality and aggregate production functions figures reported in the article.

Registration Year

  • 2020

Resource Types

  • Dataset


  • Aalborg University
  • University of Zagreb
  • University of Leeds
  • Calvin University