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weecology/portalPredictions 2020-02-14

Ethan P. White, Glenda M. Yenni, Shawn D. Taylor, Erica M. Christensen, Ellen K. Bledsoe, Juniper L. Simonis & S. K. Morgan Ernest
Using various models to forecast abundances at Portal

Satellite Sensor Relative Spectral Response data

Adam Dybbroe, Ronald Scheirer, Martin Raspaud, David Hoese & Xin Zhang
Satellite Spectral Response functions for a number of imaging sensors. Currently supports: Himawari-8 AHI GOES-16 ABI GOES-17 ABI NOAA AVHRR/1, AVHRR/2, AVHRR/3 Metop AVHRR/3 TIROS-N AVHRR/1 Envisat AATSR Sentinel-3A SLSTR Sentinel-3A OLCI - mean rsr Meteosat SEVIRI Terra/Aqua MODIS Suomi-NPP VIIRS JPSS-1 (NOAA-20) VIIRS Sentinel-2A MSI Sentinel-2B MSI Landsat-8 OLI HY-1C COCTS Metop-SG-A1 MetImage - multiple detectors Sentinel-3B OLCI - mean rsr FY-3D MERSI-2 FY-4A AGRI FY-3B VIRR FY-3C VIRR GEO-KOMPSAT-2A AMI Sentinel-3B SLSTR

Can envelope following responses be used to estimate level compression in the auditory system?

Gerard Encina-Llamas, Torsten Dau & Bastian Epp
Dataset containing the envelope following responses (EFR) and distortion-product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAE) recordings related to the manuscript "Can envelope following responses be used to estimate compression in the auditory system?" in preparation. Files content and structure: EFR: 1_data__efr_nh.csv: EFR recordings from the normal-hearing (NH) listeners 2_data__efr_hi.csv: EFR recordings from the hearing-impaired (HI) listeners 3_data__efr_nh_repeat.csv: Repeated EFR recordings from the NH listeners The files regarding the EFR recordings contain: subject: Listener id lvl_vect: Stimulation level efr_magn_xxxx_hz:...

Can envelope following responses be used to estimate level compression in the auditory system?

Gerard Encina-Llamas, Torsten Dau & Bastian Epp
Dataset containing the envelope following responses (EFR) and distortion-product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAE) recordings related to the manuscript "Can envelope following responses be used to estimate compression in the auditory system?" in preparation. Files content and structure: EFR: 1_data__efr_nh.csv: EFR recordings from the normal-hearing (NH) listeners 2_data__efr_hi.csv: EFR recordings from the hearing-impaired (HI) listeners 3_data__efr_nh_repeat.csv: Repeated EFR recordings from the NH listeners The files regarding the EFR recordings contain: subject: Listener id lvl_vect: Stimulation level efr_magn_xxxx_hz:...

Libraries.io Open Source Repository and Dependency Metadata

Jeremy Katz
What is in this release? In this release you will find data about software distributed and/or crafted publicly on the Internet. You will find information about its development, its distribution and its relationship with other software included as a dependency. You will not find any information about the individuals who create and maintain these projects. Further information and documentation on this data set can be found at https://libraries.io/data For enquiries please contact data@libraries.io This dataset...

weecology/forecasts 2020-02-13

Ethan P. White, Ellen K. Bledsoe, Erica M. Christensen, David J. Harris, Shawn D. Taylor, Glenda M. Yenni, Juniper L. Simonis & S. K. Morgan Ernest
Archived forecasts for future analysis

ECG, PPG, RSP signals from athletes and non-athletes during exercise - iAMwell

Rafaella Elia, Kyriacos Papa, Theocharis Theocharides & Christina Orphanidou
A physiological signals database of electrocardiography (ECG), plethysmograph (PPG) and inductive plethysmography-respiration of athletes and non-athletes during an experiment, which includes stages of rest, exercise and rehabilitation

Hui o ka Wai Ola Water Quality Data

Kim Falinski, Dana Reed, Tova Callender, Emily Fielding, Robin Newbold & Alana Yurkanin
This dataset is the quarterly report for the Hui o Ka Wai Ola citizen-science based water quality program. Included are physical and chemical data that were collected and analyzed every two or three weeks beginning from June 6, 2016 to December 13, 2019. New results will be posted as available. Please see huiokawaiola.com for more information. The goal of the Hui o Ka Wai Ola program is to increase the capacity for monitoring water quality...

Raw DNA sequence data of an individual known as "whitequark" (part 1)

Whitequark
Whole genome sequenced on NovaSeq 6000, paired-end 2x150bp with 350bp insert. 30-40× coverage. This dataset can be used by anyone, with attribution.

Raw DNA sequence data of an individual known as "whitequark" (part 1)

Whitequark
Whole genome sequenced on NovaSeq 6000, paired-end 2x150bp with 350bp insert. 30-40× coverage. This dataset can be used by anyone, with attribution.

InSAR Stack of Kuju volcano in Kyushu, Japan from ALOS-1

Zhang Yunjun, Falk Amelung & Yosuke Aoki
A stack of unwrapped interferograms on Kuju volcano, Kyushu, Japan Sensor: ALOS-1 PALSAR ascending track 422 frame 650 Time: 2007.01.06 - 2011.01.17, 24 acquisitions, 167 interferograms Processor: ROI_PAC Tropospheric delay estimated from ERA-5 using PyAPS is attached. This is an input dataset for the time series analysis with MintPy.

Exposure to pesticides data for residents and bystanders, and for environmental risk assessment

Kathy Lewis & John Tzilivakis
In 2014, EFSA has commissioned a study to review and evaluate all published data related to the exposure to pesticides for residents and bystanders and for environmental risk assessment. The aim was to conduct a literature review and to produce a database containing all published data (predominately peer-reviewed publications supplemented by grey-literature) for the last 25-years, which will support the non-dietary exposure assessment to pesticides for bystanders and residents, as well as daily air concentration...

Update and expansion of the database of bio-ecological information on non-target arthropod species

Judith Riedel, Jörg Romeis & Michael Meissle
The current database updates and extends the database on arthropods inhabiting European arable crops established in 2012 (Meissle et al. 2012). The data was collected to support environmental risk assessment of genetically modified (GM) crops in the European Union and provides a detailed overview of the arthropod fauna in arable crops across Europe.The data was obtained from systematic literature searches conducted to identify publications on small grain cereals and to identify additional publications on the...

Antimicrobial resistance - Salmonella, E. Coli, prevalence ESBL data

European Food Safety Authority & European Centre For Disease Prevention And Control
The database contains the evidence presented by the Data Visualization tool (available on EFSA website) accompanying the publication of the 2015 European Union Summary Report on antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Data correspond to occurrence of resistance in Salmonella from animals and humans, occurrence of resistance in E.Coli in animals and prevalence of ESBL-producing E.coli in animals and meat, in EU Member States. Format XLSX; Contact zoonoses_support@efsa.europa.eu (EFSA); FWD@ecdc.europa.eu (ECDC)

Pesticide ecotoxicology Tier 1 endpoints database

Enrica Pierobon, Maria Chiara Neri, Sandro Marroncelli & Valeria Croce
The database was developed under the contract CT/EFSA/PPR/2010/03 with the purpose to provide a compilation in IUCLID 5.2 of ecotoxicological endpoints of the active substances and plant protection products (PPPs). It was developed to support the revision of guidance documents on aquatic and terrestrial ecotoxicology. The database for all Tier 1 studies where higher tier studies we also available in the dossier submitted under Directive 91/414/EEC for aquatic organisms, bees, non target arthropods, non target...

Antimicrobial resistance - Salmonella, E. Coli, prevalence ESBL data

European Food Safety Authority & European Centre For Disease Prevention And Control
The database contains the evidence presented by the Data Visualization tool (available on EFSA website) accompanying the publication of the 2015 European Union Summary Report on antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Data correspond to occurrence of resistance in Salmonella from animals and humans, occurrence of resistance in E. Coli in animals and prevalence of ESBL-producing E.coli in animals and meat, in EU Member States. Format XLSX; Contact zoonoses_support@efsa.europa.eu (EFSA); FWD@ecdc.europa.eu (ECDC)

Database specific for the pesticide active substance and their metabolites, comprising the main genotoxicity endpoints

Francesca Metruccio, Ilaria Castelli, Consuelo Civitella, Carmen Galbusera, Francesco Galimberti, Luca Tosti & Angelo Moretto
In 2014, EFSA has commissioned the compilation of a database specific for the pesticide residues including active substances and their metabolites, which comprises different genotoxicity endpoints, i.e. point mutations, structural and numerical chromosome aberrations, and DNA damage. Data collection on individual genotoxicity studies has been retrieved from regulatory toxicological reports (Draft or Renewal Assessment Reports, i.e. DARs or RARs, respectively) as provided by the Rapporteur Member State (RMS) during the pesticide peer review process at...

Database specific for the pesticide active substance and their metabolites, comprising the main genotoxicity endpoints

Francesca Metruccio, Ilaria Castelli, Consuelo Civitella, Carmen Galbusera, Francesco Galimberti, Luca Tosti & Angelo Moretto
In 2014, EFSA has commissioned the compilation of a database specific for the pesticide residues including active substances and their metabolites, which comprises different genotoxicity endpoints, i.e. point mutations, structural and numerical chromosome aberrations, and DNA damage. Data collection on individual genotoxicity studies has been retrieved from regulatory toxicological reports (Draft or Renewal Assessment Reports, i.e. DARs or RARs, respectively) as provided by the Rapporteur Member State (RMS) during the pesticide peer review process at...

Assessment of dairy cow welfare in small-scale farming systems dataset

Christine Leeb, Luc Mirabito, Elisabetta Canali, Isabel Blanco-Penedo, Jacopo Ghione, Lukas Tremetsberger, Sara Barbieri, Francesca Dai, Daniela Kottik, Carlo Tremolada, Arancha Varvaró-Porter, Aida Xercavins-Simó, Yoann Proudom, Eric Rehben, Emma Fàbrega, Isabel Macchiorlatti Vignat, Anna Zuliani, Daniela Battaglia, Enric Fernández, Raffaella Ponzio, Emma Della Torre & Luc Mounier
This database was created as preparatory work for the Scientific Opinion on the assessment of dairy cow welfare in small-scale farming systems (EFSA, 2015) to collect data for the description and the categorisation of European Small-Scale Dairy Farms (SSDF) based on size, farming system and husbandry practices and (ii) to analyse the feasibility in SSDF of animal-based measures usually used for intensive farming. The Scientific Opinion was necessary to address specific expectations of consumers on...

Occurrence data on Beauvericin and Enniatins in food

European Food Safety Authority
Beauvericin and enniatins are mycotoxins produced by various Fusarium species that invade and grow on crops, and may produce them under moist and cool conditions. They are predominantly found in cereal grains and their products. The datasets contain occurrence data submitted to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) by two European countries (Italy and Finland) following a call for data and supplemented with data from some European research groups. The samples have been taken in...

OpenFoodTox: EFSA's chemical hazards database

Arianna Bassan, Lidia Ceriani, Jane Richardson, Anastasia Livaniou, Andrea Ciacci, Rossella Baldin, Simona Kovarich, Elena Fioravanzo, Manuela Pavan, Davide Gibin, Giulio Di Piazza, Luca Pasinato, Stefano Cappé, Hans Verhagen, Tobin Robinson & Jean Lou Dorne
Background: EFSA's remit and chemical risk assessment of regulated products and contaminants The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has the remit to provide scientific advice to risk managers and decision makers through risk assessment and risk communication on issues related to “food and feed safety, animal health and welfare, plant health, nutrition, and environmental issues”. Risk assessment has been defined as "a scientifically based process consisting of four steps: hazard identification, hazard characterisation, exposure assessment...

Data-set of studies on mortality, sub-lethal and reproductive effect on amphibians and reptiles

Manuel E. Ortiz-Santaliestra, Joao P. Maia, Andrés Egea-Serrano, Carsten A. Brühl & Isabel Lopes
Amphibians and reptiles have not been considered in environmental risk assessments of chemicals, which has generated some debate about whether risk posed by some pollutants like pesticides on these animals are covered by surrogates in the groups of fish, mammals and birds. In order to develop a scientifically sound and robust risk assessment scheme it is necessary to have enough information available on the biological relevance of effects observed in laboratory studies in view of...

Data-set of studies on mortality, sub-lethal and reproductive effect on amphibians and reptiles

Manuel E. Ortiz-Santaliestra, Joao P. Maia, Andrés Egea-Serrano, Carsten A. Brühl & Isabel Lopes
Amphibians and reptiles have not been considered in environmental risk assessments of chemicals, which has generated some debate about whether risk posed by some pollutants like pesticides on these animals are covered by surrogates in the groups of fish, mammals and birds. In order to develop a scientifically sound and robust risk assessment scheme it is necessary to have enough information available on the biological relevance of effects observed in laboratory studies in view of...

Developmental Changes in the Categorical Processing of Positive and Negative Facial Expressions

Vesker, Michael; Bahn, Daniela; Degé, Franziska; Kauschke, Christina; Schwarzer, Gudrun
Categorical biases in the processing of emotional facial expression have been the subject of much debate in the literature. Opposing views on this topic claim either that positive or negative facial expressions enjoy improved processing in the human brain. The developmental changes in the processing advantages of positive and negative facial expressions are also disputed, with studies using varying paradigms showing seemingly contradictory results. Therefore, to further investigate the development of categorical processing and extraction...

Developmental Changes in the Categorical Processing of Positive and Negative Facial Expressions

Vesker, Michael; Bahn, Daniela; Degé, Franziska; Kauschke, Christina; Schwarzer, Gudrun
Categorical biases in the processing of emotional facial expression have been the subject of much debate in the literature. Opposing views on this topic claim either that positive or negative facial expressions enjoy improved processing in the human brain. The developmental changes in the processing advantages of positive and negative facial expressions are also disputed, with studies using varying paradigms showing seemingly contradictory results. Therefore, to further investigate the development of categorical processing and extraction...

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