30 Works

Hydra Behavior Dataset

Shuting Han
This is an annotated Hydra behavior dataset collected from 53 Hydra specimens. The dataset includes both spontaneous behaviors and induced feeding behavior of Hydra, and is annotated with the following 8 labels: silent, elongation, tentacle swaying, body swaying, bending, contraction, somersaulting, and feeding.

Dielectronic Recombination of Fe XXI and Fe XXII via N = 2→N' = 2 Core Excitations: Data

Daniel Wolf Savin, S. M. Kahn, G. Gwinner, M. Grieser, R. Repnow, G. Saathoff, D. Schwalm, A. Wolf, A. Muller, S. Schippers, P. A. Zavodszky, M. H. Chen, T. W. Gorczyca, O. Zatsarinny & M. F. Gu
We have measured dielectronic recombination (DR) resonance strengths and energies for carbon-like Fe XXI forming Fe XX and for boron-like Fe XXII forming Fe XXI via N = 2 → N' = 2 core excitations. All measurements were carried out using the heavy-ion Test Storage Ring at the Max-Planck-Institute for Nuclear Physics in Heidelberg, Germany. We have also calculated these resonance strengths and energies using three independent, state-of-the-art perturbative techniques: a multiconfiguration Breit-Pauli (MCBP) method...

Two Thousand Kepler Phase Curves from Phasma

David M. Kipping, Emily Ruth Sandford & Tiffany Channelle Jansen
This data repository accompanies the RNAAS article "Two Thousand Kepler Phase Curves from Phasma" by Kipping, Sandford & Jansen (2018). The repository contains files for 1998 unique Kepler Objects of Interest (KOIs), although the file names are based on the KIC (Kepler Input Catalog) identities. Each object has two associated files: *.dat file containing a four-column plain-text ASCII of the final phase curves of each KOI binned to 500 evenly spaced points in phase. Column...

Assessing uncertainties of a geophysical approach to estimate surface fine particulate matter distributions from satellite observed aerosol optical depth: Data and code

Xiaomeng Jin
Data and code used to generate the figures in the paper "Assessing uncertainties of a geophysical approach to estimate surface fine particulate matter distributions from satellite observed aerosol optical depth," published in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics at https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-2018-962. The code is also available at https://github.com/xjin49/acp_2018

Electron-ion recombination for Fe VIII forming Fe VII and Fe IX forming Fe VIII: measurements and theory: Data

E. W. Schmidt, S. Schippers, D. Bernhardt, A. Muller, J. Hoffmann, M. Lestinsky, D. A. Orlov, A. Wolf, D. V. Lukic, Daniel Wolf Savin & N. R. Badnell
The photorecombination rate coefficients of potassium-like Fe VIII ions forming calcium-like Fe VII and of argon-like Fe IX forming potassium-like Fe VIII were measured by employing the merged electron-ion beams method at the Heidelberg heavy-ion storage-ring TSR. New theoretical calculations with the AUTOSTRUCTURE code were carried out for dielectronic recombination (DR) and trielectronic recombination (TR) for both ions. We compare these experimental and theoretical results and also compare with previously recommended rate coefficients. The DR...

Experimental rate coefficient for dielectronic recombination of neonlike iron forming sodiumlike iron: Data

E. W. Schmidt, D. Bernhardt, J. Hoffmann, M. Lestinsky, D. V. Lukic, A. Muller, D. A. Orlov, Daniel Wolf Savin, S. Schippers & A. Wolf
The rate coefficient for dielectronic recombination (DR) of Ne-like Fe¹⁶⁺ forming Na-like Fe¹⁵⁺ was measured employing the merged electron-ion beams technique at the heavy-ion storage-ring TSR of the Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik in Heidelberg, Germany. In the electron-ion collision energy range of 240–840 eV the merged-beams recombination rate coefficient is dominated by DR associated with 2s² 2p⁶ ¹S₀ → 2s² 2p⁵ 3d ¹P₁ core excitation. The experimental Fe¹⁶⁺ DR plasma rate coefficient is derived from the...

CHIRPS Monthly Sum December 2017- Africa

Jennifer A. Mulvey, Markus Walsh & Yanni Zhan
The Climate Hazards Group Infrared Precipitation with Stations (CHIRPS) data products provide a measure of precipitation in mm over land that incorporates both station and satellite information. This image contains the monthly sum of precipitation observations continent of Africa for December 2017. It is updated monthly.

Dielectronic Recombination of Fe XXIII Forming Fe XXII: Laboratory Measurements and Theoretical Calculations: Data

Daniel Wolf Savin, G. Gwinner, M. Grieser, R. Repnow, M. Schnell, D. Schwalm, A. Wolf, S.-G. Zhou, S. Kieslich, A. Muller, S. Schippers, J. Colgan, S. D. Loch, N. R. Badnell, M. H. Chen & M. F. Gu
We have measured resonance strengths and energies for dielectronic recombination (DR) of beryllium-like Fe XXIII forming boron-like Fe XXII via N = 2 → N' = 2 and N = 2 → N' = 3 core excitations. All measurements were carried out using the heavy-ion Test Storage Ring at the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics (MPI-K) in Heidelberg, Germany. We have also calculated these resonance strengths and energies using three independent, perturbative, state-of-the-art theoretical...

Electron–Ion Recombination of Fe XII Forming Fe XI: Laboratory Measurements and Theoretical Calculations: Data

Oldrich Novotny, N. R. Badnell, D. Bernhardt, M. Grieser, Michael Hahn, C. Krantz, M. Lestinsky, A. Muller, R. Repnow, S. Schippers, A. Wolf & Daniel Wolf Savin
We have measured electron–ion recombination for Fe XII forming Fe XI using a merged-beam configuration at the heavy-ion storage ring TSR located at the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics in Heidelberg, Germany. The measured merged-beam recombination rate coefficient (MBRRC) for collision energies from 0 to 1500 eV is presented. This work uses a new method for determining the absolute MBRRC based on a comparison of the ion beam decay rate with and without the...

Highly bioavailable dust-borne iron delivered to the Southern Ocean during glacial periods

Elizabeth M. Shoenfelt, Gisela Winckler, Frank Lamy, Robert F. Anderson & Benjamin C. Bostick
Raw X-ray absorption spectroscopy data for the South Atlantic TN057-06 and the South Pacific PS75/56-1 sediment cores, and 232Th and Fe fluxes by depth for PS75/56-1. Included with the data is a readme.txt file that explains how the data was collected, the software needed to analyze it, and information about the column labels.

Spectral characteristics of gravity-capillary waves, with connections to wave growth and microbreaking

Nathan J. M. Laxague, Christopher J. Zappa, Michael L. Banner & Deborah A. LeBel
In order to improve our understanding of physical air-sea interaction, it is essential to better describe the short-scale ocean wave response to wind forcing. This is particularly true for waves which are small enough to evade observation by traditional buoy and point-based gauge measurements but large enough to appreciably alter the transfer of momentum between atmosphere and ocean. Such waves are restored to equilibrium both by the earth’s gravity and air-sea surface tension, hence the...

Dielectronic Recombination in Photoionized Gas: The Importance of Fine-structure Core Excitations: Data

Daniel Wolf Savin, T. Bartsch, M. H. Chen, S. M. Kahn, D. A. Liedahl, J. Linkemann, A. Muller, S. Schippers, M. Schmitt, D. Schwalm & A. Wolf
At the low electron temperatures existing in photoionized gases with cosmic abundances, dielectronic recombination (DR) proceeds primarily via nlj→nl^{{\prime}}_{j^{{\prime}}} excitations of core electrons (Δn=0 DR). At these temperatures, the dominant DR channel often involves 2p1/2→2p3/2 fine-structure core excitations, which are not included in LS-coupling calculations or the Burgess formula. Using the heavy-ion storage ring at the Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik in Heidelberg, Germany, we have verified experimentally for Fe XVIII that DR proceeding via this channel...

Tanzania ensemble predictions, 2017: probability of cropland present (Geosurvey based)

Markus Walsh
The presence-absence of croplands, rural settlements and other land cover characteristics can be visually interpreted in the high-resolution satellite images displayed in for example Google and Bing Maps, using their respective application interfaces. Geosurvey enables users to query satellite images and georeferenced air/drone photos systematically, on spatially randomized or other area sampling frames, within any given global geographical area of interest (AOI). R script at: https://github.com/mgwalsh/Geosurvey

The mechanical response of the mouse cervix to tensile cyclic loading in term and preterm pregnancy: Data

Charles Jayyosi, Nicole Lee, Alexandra Willcockson, Shanmugasundaram Nallasamy, Mala Mahendroo & Kristin M. Myers
These files contain mechanical data from a study evaluating the cyclic tensile loading properties of mouse cervices in normal gestation and 2 models of preterm birth. The exp_data folder contains a .xlsx files corresponding to each tested sample. Each file includes the experimental cyclic tensile data. The name of the file indicates the sample ID, which includes the the gestation day (NP = nonpregnant, d6 = gestation day 6, d12 = gestation day 12, d15...

Data files for “Evidence for a Large Exomoon Orbiting Kepler-1625b” by Teachey & Kipping (2018)

Alexander Macaulay Teachey & David M. Kipping
Hubble WFC3 observations of Kepler-1625 taken in October 2017 were reported in Teachey & Kipping (2018). In that work, we the authors find evidence for an exomoon associated with the planetary transit of Kepler-1625b. We here provide the processed frame images, light curves, centroid time series, stellar isochrones and model posteriors/results data used in our study. Each folder contains a short readme file aimed at professional astronomers familiar with these types of analyses.

Average versus high surface ozone levels over the continental U.S.A.: Model bias, background influences, and interannual variability: Data and code

Jean Guo, Arlene M. Fiore, Lee T. Murray, Daniel A. Jaffe, Jordan L. Schnell, Tom Moore & George P. Milly
This file contains data and code for the figures in the paper "Average versus high surface ozone levels over the continental U.S.A.: Model bias, background influences, and interannual variability." Article abstract: U.S. background ozone (O3) includes O3 produced from anthropogenic O3 precursors emitted outside of the U.S.A., from global methane, and from any natural sources. Using a suite of sensitivity simulations in the GEOS-Chem global chemistry-transport model, we estimate the influence from individual background versus...

A Periodogram of Every Kepler Target and Quarter/Channel-Averaged Periodograms

David M. Kipping
Studying photometric time series in the frequency domain can serve as a means of detecting rotational modulations, measuring asteroseismic modes and even detecting short-period transiting planets. To our knowledge, there is no prior archive of the NASA Kepler Mission's power spectra and so we present one here to aid the community in searching for such effects. 2,594,616 individual periodograms are computed using Welch’s method and a Nuttall window, where we provide a unique periododogram for...

Data Snapshot: Footprints: Jewish Books Through Time and Place

Michelle Chesner, Marjorie Lehman, Joshua Teplitsky, Adam Shear, Javier Del Barco, Kate Cornelius, Daniela Echeverria, Shevi Epstein, Eli Genauer, Joseph Ginsberg, Miryam Gordon, Nina Hill, Martina Mampieri, Chaim Meiselman, Rachel Mincer, Gila Prebor, Sara Saiger, Shaul Seidler-Feller & Tali Winkler
This dataset comes from Footprints: Jewish Books Through Time and Place. Data includes provenance data (names, dates, locations) related to editions (title, publication date, publication place, standard identifier) of specific works (title, author) and related notes. The hierarchy for the dataset is composed of "footprints" which are found in "copies" of "imprints" of "literary works," with "footprint being the most specific data point and "literary work" being the most general. Wherever possible, the standard identifier...

AD1508

Marcel Andre Agüeros
MDM spectrum of Praesepe member AD1508, Dec 2010

HSHJ15

Marcel Andre Agüeros
MDM spectrum of Praesepe member HSHJ15, Dec 2010

Storage ring cross section measurements for electron impact ionization of Fe⁸⁺: Data

Michael Hahn, A. Becker, D. Bernhardt, M. Grieser, C. Krantz, M. Lestinsky, A. Muller, Oldrich Novotny, M. S. Pindzola, R. Repnow, S. Schippers, K. Spruck, A. Wolf & Daniel Wolf Savin
We have measured electron impact ionization (EII) for Fe⁸⁺ forming Fe⁹⁺ from below the ionization threshold to 1200 eV. These measurements were carried out at the TSR heavy ion storage ring. The objective of using a storage ring is to store the ion beam initially so that metastable levels decay, thereby allowing for measurements on a well-defined ground-level ion beam. In this case, however, some metastable levels were too long lived to be removed. We...

Electron-Ion Recombination of Fe¹²⁺ forming Fe¹¹⁺: Laboratory Measurements and Theoretical Calculations: Data

Michael Hahn, N. R. Badnell, M. Grieser, C. Krantz, M. Lestinsky, A. Muller, Oldrich Novotny, R. Repnow, S. Schippers, A. Wolf & Daniel Wolf Savin
We have measured dielectronic recombination (DR) for Fe¹²⁺ forming Fe¹¹⁺ using the heavy ion storage ring TSR located at the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics in Heidelberg, Germany. Using our results, we have calculated a plasma rate coefficient from these data that can be used for modeling astrophysical and laboratory plasmas. For the low temperatures characteristic of photoionized plasmas, the experimentally derived rate coefficient is orders of magnitude larger than the previously recommended atomic...

Creatinine- versus cystatin C-based renal function assessment in the Northern Manhattan Study: Data

Mitchell S. Elkind, Yeseon Park Moon, Sumit Mohan & Joshua Zebadiah Willey
Background: Accurate glomerular filtration rate estimation informs drug dosing and risk stratification. Body composition heterogeneity influences creatinine production and the precision of creatinine-based estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFRcr) in the elderly. We compared chronic kidney disease (CKD) categorization using eGFRcr and cystatin C-based estimated GFR (eGFRcys) in an elderly, racially/ethnically diverse cohort to determine their concordance. Methods: The Northern Manhattan Study (NOMAS) is a predominantly elderly, multi-ethnic cohort with a primary aim to study cardiovascular...

Dielectronic Recombination of Fe XIX Forming Fe XVIII: Laboratory Measurements and Theoretical Calculations: Data

Daniel Wolf Savin, S. M. Kahn, J. Linkemann, A. A. Saghiri, M. Schmitt, M. Grieser, R. Repnow, D. Schwalm, A. Wolf, T. Bartsch, A. Muller, S. Schippers, M. H. Chen, N. R. Badnell, T. W. Gorczyca & O. Zatsarinny
We have measured resonance strengths and energies for dielectronic recombination (DR) of Fe XIX forming Fe XVIII via N = 2 → N' = 2 and N = 2 → N' = 3 core excitations. All measurements were carried out using the heavy-ion Test Storage Ring at the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics in Heidelberg, Germany. We have also calculated these resonance strengths and energies using two independent, state-of-the-art techniques: the perturbative multiconfiguration Breit-Pauli...

Data for: A time-stamp mechanism may provide temporal information necessary for egocentric to allocentric spatial transformations

Avner Wallach
Learning the spatial organization of the environment is essential for most animals’ survival. This requires the animal to derive allocentric spatial information from egocentric sensory and motor experience. The neural mechanisms underlying this transformation are mostly unknown. We addressed this problem in electric fish, which can precisely navigate in complete darkness and whose brain circuitry is relatively simple. We conducted the first neural recordings in the preglomerular complex, the thalamic region exclusively connecting the optic...

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