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The Geological Record of Ocean Acidification: Tables

Baerbel Hoenisch, Andy Ridgwell, Daniela N. Schmidt, Ellen Thomas, Samantha J. Gibbs, Appy Sluijs, Richard Zeebe, Rowan C. Martindale, Lee Kump, Sarah E. Greene, Wolfgang Kiessling, Justin Ries, James C. Zachos, Dana L. Royer, Stephen Barker, Thomas M. Marchitto, Ryan Moyer, Carles Pelejero, Patrizia Ziveri, Gavin L. Foster & Branwen Williams
Ocean acidification may have severe consequences for marine ecosystems; however, assessing its future impact is difficult because laboratory experiments and field observations are limited by their reduced ecologic complexity and sample period, respectively. In contrast, the geological record contains long-term evidence for a variety of global environmental perturbations, including ocean acidification plus their associated biotic responses. We review events exhibiting evidence for elevated atmospheric CO2, global warming, and ocean acidification over the past ~300 million...

The Geological Record of Ocean Acidification: Supporting Online Material

Baerbel Hoenisch, Andy Ridgwell, Daniela N. Schmidt, Ellen Thomas, Samantha J. Gibbs, Appy Sluijs, Richard Zeebe, Rowan C. Martindale, Lee Kump, Sarah E. Greene, Wolfgang Kiessling, Justin Ries, James C. Zachos, Dana L. Royer, Stephen Barker, Thomas M. Marchitto, Ryan Moyer, Carles Pelejero, Patrizia Ziveri, Gavin L. Foster & Branwen Williams
Ocean acidification may have severe consequences for marine ecosystems; however, assessing its future impact is difficult because laboratory experiments and field observations are limited by their reduced ecologic complexity and sample period, respectively. In contrast, the geological record contains long-term evidence for a variety of global environmental perturbations, including ocean acidification plus their associated biotic responses. We review events exhibiting evidence for elevated atmospheric CO2, global warming, and ocean acidification over the past ~300 million...

Can Arsenic Occurrence Rates in Bedrock Aquifers Be Predicted? Supporting Information

Qiang Yang, Hun Bok Jung, Robert G. Marvinney, Charles W. Culbertson & Yan Zheng
A high percentage (31%) of groundwater samples from bedrock aquifers in the greater Augusta area, Maine was found to contain greater than 10 μg L–1 of arsenic. Elevated arsenic concentrations are associated with bedrock geology, and more frequently observed in samples with high pH, low dissolved oxygen, and low nitrate. These associations were quantitatively compared by statistical analysis. Stepwise logistic regression models using bedrock geology and/or water chemistry parameters are developed and tested with external...

Earthquake source parameters for the 2010 western Gulf of Aden rifting episode: Supporting data

Ashley Elizabeth Shuler & Meredith K. Nettles
Supporting data: On 2010 November 14, an intense swarm of earthquakes began in the western Gulf of Aden. Within a 48-hr period, 82 earthquakes with magnitudes between 4.5 and 5.5 were reported along an ∼80-km-long segment of the east-west trending Aden Ridge, making this swarm one of the largest ever observed in an extensional oceanic setting. In this study, we calculate centroid-moment-tensor solutions for 110 earthquakes that occurred between 2010 November and 2011 April. Over...

Evidence for widespread creep on the flanks of the Sea of Marmara transform basin from marine geophysical data: Supplementary figures

Donna Jean Shillington, Leonardo Seeber, Christopher C. Sorlien, Michael S. Steckler, Hulya Kurt, Derman Dondurur, Gunay Cifci, Caner Imren, Marie-Helene Cormier, Savas Gurcay, Cecilia M. McHugh, Duygu Poyraz, Seda Okay, Orhan Atgin & John B. Diebold
Supplementary figures: "Wave" fields have long been recognized in marine sediments on the flanks of basins and oceans in both tectonically active and inactive environments. The origin of "waves" (hereafter called undulations) is controversial; competing models ascribe them to depositional processes, gravity-driven downslope creep or collapse, and/or tectonic shortening. Here we analyze pervasive undulation fields identified in swath bathymetry and new high-resolution multichannel seismic (MCS) reflection data from the Sea of Marmara, Turkey. Although they...

Seasonal dynamics of vegetation over the past 100 years inferred from tree rings and climate in Hulunbei'er steppe, northern China: Supplementary data

Zhenju Chen, Jingbo Li, Keyan Fang, Nicole K. Davi, Xingyuan He, Mingxing Cui, Xianliang Zhang & Junjie Peng
Supplementary data: The relationship between monthly vegetation cover anomalies and climate in the Hulunbei'er steppe were studied through analyzing the relationship between regional normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) and climatic variables, and NDVI and tree-ring width during the growing season (May–October). The local moisture (dry/wet) and temperature (cold/warm) variations largely affected the vegetation cover and the radial growth of Mongolian pines (Pinus sylvestiris Linnaeus var. mongolica Litvinov) in the steppe. Monthly precipitation and Palmer drought...

Extension of summer (June–August) temperature records for northern Inner Mongolia (1715–2008), China using tree rings: Supplementary data

Zhenju Chen, Xianliang Zhang, Xingyuan He, Nicole K. Davi, Mingxing Cui & Junjie Peng
Supplementary data for a paper that presents a spatially and temporally improved reconstruction of mean summer (June–August) temperature derived from tree-ring width data of Dahurian larch (Larix gmelinii Rupr.) from the northern Great Xing'an Mountains, Northeast China. Three new chronologies were added to the original 2011 reconstruction, and the reconstruction extended back to AD 1715. The reconstruction was generated using a simple linear regression method, verified by independent meteorological data, and accounts for 47.0% of...

The urgency of the development of CO2 capture from ambient air: Supporting information

Klaus S. Lackner, Sarah Brennan, Juerg M. Matter, Ah-Hyung Park, Allen Wright & Bob Van Der Zwaan
CO2 capture and storage (CCS) has the potential to develop into an important tool to address climate change. Given society’s present reliance on fossil fuels, widespread adoption of CCS appears indispensable for meeting stringent climate targets. We argue that for conventional CCS to become a successful climate mitigation technology—which by necessity has to operate on a large scale—it may need to be complemented with air capture, removing CO2 directly from the atmosphere. Air capture of...

Data on Women in Political Parties

Fatima Kassem
Gender inequality is a pervasive global phenomenon, particularly in parliamentary representation and the political realm as a whole. Previous scholarship looked for explanations in the countries' national development levels, political regimes and electoral systems. Some scholars searched for answers at the domestic level within societies' religious and cultural value systems. This dissertation departs from prior research by looking beyond the national domestic level into individual party-level explanations for women's political leadership, broadly defined to include...

Is H+3 cooling ever important in primordial gas?

S. C. O. Glover & Daniel Wolf Savin
Full tables of " Is H+3 cooling ever important in primordial gas?".

Ground and Satellite Observations (2005-2011): Senator Beck Basin, Southwestern Colorado

Catherine M. Naud
The Center for Snow and Avalanche Studies (CSAS; www.snowstudies.org) provides ground-based observations of temperature, relative humidity, snowpack depth, and longwave downward flux in the San Juan Mountains, at the Senator Beck Study Plot (37.9°N - 107.725°W at 3719 m, in alpine tundra) and Swamp Angel Study Plot (37.9°N - 107.711°W at 3368 m, in a sub-alpine meadow). The longwave fluxes are measured with a Kipp and Zonen model CG4 pyrgeometer, which has a 180º field...

Plasmas of Arbitrary Neutrality: Top View Usual Polarity

Xabier Sarasola
Brief simulation of a plasma concept.

Plasmas of Arbitrary Neutrality: Top View Reversed Polarity

Xabier Sarasola
Brief simulation of a plasma concept.

Plasmas of Arbitrary Neutrality: Synchronized Views

Xabier Sarasola
Brief simulation of a plasma concept.

Plasmas of Arbitrary Neutrality: Simulated m = 3

Xabier Sarasola
Brief simulation of a plasma concept.

Plasmas of Arbitrary Neutrality: Simulated m = 2

Xabier Sarasola
Brief simulation of a plasma concept.

Plasmas of Arbitrary Neutrality: Simulated m = 4

Xabier Sarasola
Brief simulation of a plasma concept.

Institutions Don't Rule: Direct Effects of Geography on Per Capita Income

Jeffrey D. Sachs
Data on the direct effects of geography on per capita income, available as xls, do, and dta files.

Sources of Slow Growth in African Economies

Jeffrey D. Sachs
Data on sources of slow growth in African economies, available as xls and dta files.

Natural Resource Abundance and Economic Growth

Jeffrey D. Sachs
Data on natural resource abundance and economic growth, available as xls and dta files.

Damage mechanics in tissue engineered cartilage: biochemical data and computational models

Robert J. Nims, Krista M. Durney, Alexander D. Cigan, Antoine Dusseaux, Clark T. Hung & Gerard A. Ateshian
This file contains biochemical data (collagen damage fraction, GAG and collagen (%ww, and %D0ww), cell content (millions of cells/construct), J (swelling ratio) and solid volume fraction over the 105 day culture for the control and chondroitinase-treated (control, CABC, respectively). FEBio optimized model for the growth of tissue engineered cartilage.

Supplemental Data: Climatology, variability and trends in United States vapor pressure deficit, an important fire-related meteorological quantity

Richard Seager, Allison Hooks, A. Park Williams, Benjamin I. Cook, Jennifer A. Nakamura & Naomi L. Henderson
Unlike the commonly used relative humidity, vapor pressure deficit (V P D), is an absolute measure of the difference between the water vapor content of the air and its saturation value and an accurate metric of the ability of the atmosphere to extract moisture from the land surface. V P D has been shown to be closely related to variability in burned forest area in the western United States. Here the climatology, variability and trends...

Healthcare Referral Graph Database

Yumeng Liao
Medical providers in the USA are identified by a sequence of numbers called the NPI, which is unique per provider. This data is publicly available from http://nppes.viva-it.com/NPI_Files.html. Under federal law (FOIA act), providers are required to release data of patient referrals from one provider to another. This data is publicly available from https://questions.cms.gov/faq.php?id=5005&faqId=7977 (Credit to Docgraph). This graph database was built in Neo4j, with data from the NPI registry (May 2014 distribution) as the set...

Updated coincident Ground and MODIS cloud Observations (2005-2011): Senator Beck and Swamp Angel study plots, Southwestern Colorado

Catherine M. Naud & Imtiaz Rangwala
Data Format: NETCDF These two files include only the coincident hourly observations from ground and satellite (MODIS) at the Senator Beck and Swamp Angel sites. The ground data are described and obtained from the Center for Snow and Avalanche Studies (http://www.snowstudies.org/). the MODIS (MOD06 and MYD06) cloud data were obtained from the GSFC LAADS website (http://ladsweb.nascom.nasa.gov/data/search.html). There are generally two observations per day. Day and night flag is also assigned to the data. The satellite...

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