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Data for: Electricity Load Implications of Space Heating Decarbonization Pathways

Michael Waite & Vijay Modi
This dataset provides the source data accessed, organized and cleaned by the authors for the Joule article, "Electricity Load Implications of Space Heating Decarbonization Pathways" (available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joule.2019.11.011). The dataset also provides computed results used to develop that article's figures. It further includes an R script that produces electricity and fossil fuel time series for various scenarios underlying the analysis presented in the article.

Data for: Drug overdose among women in intimate relationships: The role of partner violence, adversity and relationship dependencies

Mingway P. Chang
Background: This study examines the relationship between experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV), exposure to prior childhood adversity, lifetime adverse experiences, drug-related relationship dependencies with intimate partners and overdose, hospitalization for drug use, friends and family members who overdosed and witnessing overdose. Methodology: This paper included a sample of 201 women who use drugs in heterosexual relationships with criminal justice-involved men in New York City. We included measures of experiencing overdose, hospitalization for drug use, witnessing...

Data from: Makassar Strait Throughflow Seasonal and Interannual Variability: An Overview

Arnold L. Gordon & Bruce A. Huber
Pacific water flows into the Indian Ocean within the passages and basins of the Indonesian Seas, driven by the pressure gradient between the Pacific and Indian Oceans. This inter-ocean exchange is known as the Indonesian Throughflow (ITF). The ITF affects heat and freshwater balances of the Pacific and Indian Oceans. The primary inflow path of Pacific water into the Indonesian Seas is the Makassar Strait between Kalimantan and Sulawesi. During the 21 years from November...

Data for: Observations of mean and wave orbital flows in the ocean's upper centimetres (version 1)

Nathan J. M. Laxague & Christopher J. Zappa
Observations of near-surface ocean currents, collected in 2008 in the Santa Barbara Channel. Archive contains a brief 'readme' file and two central MATLAB routines. The routines will grab the included raw data and make use of a small library of additional codes to reproduce key figures in "Observations of mean and wave orbital flows in the ocean's upper centimetres", Laxague & Zappa (2019), Journal of Fluid Mechanics. See the note below for more information.

Data for: Observations of mean and wave orbital flows in the ocean's upper centimetres (version 2)

Nathan J. M. Laxague & Christopher J. Zappa
Observations of near-surface ocean currents, collected in 2008 in the Santa Barbara Channel. Archive contains a brief 'readme' file and two central MATLAB routines. The routines will grab the included raw data and make use of a small library of additional codes to reproduce key figures in "Observations of mean and wave orbital flows in the ocean's upper centimetres", Laxague & Zappa (2019), Journal of Fluid Mechanics. See the note below for more information.

Temperature-Salinity Data from mooring M3, northwest Weddell Sea, 1999-2019

Bruce A. Huber & Arnold L. Gordon
This project maintains an array of oceanographic moorings south of the South Orkney Islands in the Northwest Weddell Sea to provide a time series of the properties of the combined outflow of Antarctic Deep and Bottom Water drawn from various sites within the Weddell Sea. The goal of this project is to observe the properties of the Weddell deep and bottom waters as they exit the Weddell system. The data obtained over the course of...

GIS Data for Spring 2017 Historic Preservation Studio

Adam Samuel Lubitz
Student-collected data as part of the Spring 2017 Historic Preservation studio titled, “Past as Prologue: Preservation as a Tool for Social Inclusion in Poughkeepsie, New York,” at the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation. Includes shapefiles for building footprints, water elements, National Register designations, building use-related survey results, and studio recommendations including trolley route.

Supporting Data: Using Ship-Deployed High-Endurance Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for the Study of Ocean Surface and Atmospheric Boundary Layer Processes

Christopher J. Zappa & Nathan J. M. Laxague
Supporting Data for "Using Ship-Deployed High-Endurance Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for the Study of Ocean Surface and Atmospheric Boundary Layer Processes" Authors: Christopher J. Zappa, Scott M. Brown, Nathan J. M. Laxague, Tejendra Dhakal, Ryan A. Harris, and Ajit Subramaniam. Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University Each of the attached files contains the data used to generate the figures for Zappa et al. (2019). For example, 'Fig02_CT_Svalbard.mat' contains the surface brightness temperature time series used in...

Mapping the whole-body muscle activity of Hydra vulgaris

John Robert Szymanski & Rafael Yuste
As a cnidarian, Hydra has an anatomically simple neuromuscular system that can offer evolutionary insights on the functional design of animal body plans. Using calcium imaging to map the activity of the entire epitheliomuscular system of behaving Hydra, we find seven basic spatiotemporal patterns of muscle activity. Patterns include global and local activation events with widely varying kinetics of initiation and wave-like propagation. The orthogonally oriented endodermal and ectodermal muscle fibers are jointly activated during...

T cell activation and immune synapse organization respond to the microscale mechanics of structured surfaces

Weiyang Jin, Fella Tamzalit, Parthiv Kant Chaudhuri, Charles Black, Morgan Huse & Lance C. Kam
Cells have the remarkable ability to sense the mechanical stiffness of their surroundings. This has been studied extensively in the context of cells interacting with planar surfaces, a conceptually elegant model that also has application in biomaterial design. However, physiological interfaces are spatially complex, exhibiting topographical features that are described over multiple scales. This report explores mechanosensing of microstructured elastomer surfaces by CD4+ T cells, key mediators of the adaptive immune response. We show that...

The interplay of magnetically-dominated turbulence and magnetic reconnection in producing nonthermal particles

Luca Comisso & Lorenzo Sironi
By means of fully-kinetic particle-in-cell simulations, we have investigated the interplay between turbulence and reconnection in generating nonthermal particles in magnetically-dominated pair plasmas. A generic by-product of turbulence with spontaneous formation of reconnecting current sheets is the generation of an extended nonthermal particle spectrum with a power-law energy range. The features of the particle energy spectrum and the physics of the particle acceleration mechanisms can be found in Comisso and Sironi, "The interplay of magnetically-dominated...

Finding Emotion in Image Descriptions: Crowdsourced Data

Morgan Elizabeth Ulinski, Victor Soto Martinez & Julia Bell Hirschberg
This dataset contains 660 images, each annotated with descriptions and mood labels. The images were originally created by users of the WordsEye text-to-scene system (https://www.wordseye.com/) and were downloaded from the WordsEye gallery. For each image, we used Amazon Mechanical Turk to obtain: (a) a literal description that could function as a caption for the image, (b) the most relevant mood for the picture (happiness, sadness, anger, surprise, fear, or disgust), (c) a short explanation of...

Clinical Course of Non-Functional Pituitary Microadenoma in Children: A Single Center Experience: Supplemental Table

Vidhu V. Thaker, A. Lage, G. Kumari, M. V. Silvera & L. Cohen
Context: Pituitary lesions consistent with microadenomas are increasingly discovered by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Sparse data are available on the long-term clinical and imaging course of such lesions in children. Objective: The aim of this study was to define the clinical and imaging course of pituitary lesions representing or possibly representing non-functioning microadenomas in children to guide clinical management. Design: Retrospective observational study. Methods: The clinical data warehouse at a tertiary care academic children’s hospital...

Examining charitable giving in real-world online donations: DATA

Matthew Ryan Sisco & Elke U. Weber
These datasets can be used to reproduce the findings in the paper cited below. All of the code needed to replicate the analyses in the paper is included in the main Supplementary Information document linked to the paper. Any use of these data must cite the paper: Sisco, M.R., & Weber, E.U. (2019) Examining charitable giving in real-world online donations. Nature Communications. Paper abstract: The current study uses big data to study prosocial behavior by...

The Impact of Wind Gusts on the Ocean Thermal Skin Layer

Christopher J. Zappa & Nathan J. M. Laxague
Data used for the analysis described in "The Impact of Wind Gusts on the Ocean Thermal Skin Layer" by Zappa et al. [2019], Geophysical Research Letters (DOI: 10.1002/2019GL083687) Contents: water surface and sky brightness temperature, wind speed/stress, and mean gust/thermal front propagation speeds. README file within archive provides breakdown of all constituent elements.

Quantifying Riverine Recharge Impacts on Redox Conditions and Arsenic Release in Groundwater Aquifers along the Red River, Vietnam

Athena Anh-Thu Nghiem, Mason Stahl, Brian J. Mailloux, Tran Thi Mai, Pham Thi Trang, Pham Hung Viet, Charles Harvey, Alexander Van Geen & Benjamin C. Bostick
Compilation of stable water isotopes and geochemical data for groundwater and recharge sources (ponds, river, and precipitation) in Hanoi, Vietnam in the Red River Delta. The folder contains a readme.txt file that describe the data. Supplementary data to Nghiem et al. 2019, “Quantifying Riverine Recharge Impacts on Redox Conditions and Arsenic Release in Groundwater Aquifers along the Red River, Vietnam”, Water Resources Research, https://doi.org/10.1029/2019WR024816

DATA: Meeting the demand of women affected by ongoing crisis: increasing contraceptive prevalence in North and South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Sara E. Casey, Meghan C. Gallagher, Erin Dumas, Jessica Kakesa, Justin Mumbere Katsongo & Jean-Baptiste Muselemu
Context: Over 20 years of conflict in the DRC, North and South Kivu have experienced cycles of stability and conflict, resulting in a compromised health system and poor sexual and reproductive health outcomes. Modern contraceptive use is low (7.5%) and maternal mortality is high (846 deaths per 100,000 live births). Program partners have supported the Ministry of Health (MOH) in North and South Kivu to provide good quality contraceptive services in public health facilities since...

Asthma Control Infographics, 2017-2018

Adriana Arcia & Nicole Spiegel-Gotsch
The purpose of the Asthma Control Infographics research project was to develop infographics that make personal health information about asthma easy to understand. The infographics are intended to be tailored with the viewer’s own health information. The two tailorable infographics developed through this project can be used to display an asthma control score and the results of a pulmonary (lung) function test. Our team used a participatory design process to incorporate feedback from adults with...

Supporting Information: Membrane-less and Non-Evaporative Desalination of Hypersaline Brines by Temperature Swing Solvent Extraction

Chanhee Boo, Robert Kyongho Winton, Kelly M. Conway & Ngai Yin Yip
Hypersaline brines are of growing environmental importance but are technologically under-served by today’s desalination methods. Temperature swing solvent extraction (TSSE) is a radically different desalination technology that is membrane-less and not based on evaporative phase change. TSSE utilizes low-temperature heat and a low-polarity solvent with temperature-dependent water solubility for the selective extraction of water over salt from saline feeds. This study demonstrates TSSE desalination of high-salinity brines simulated by NaCl solutions with three amine solvents:...

Supplemental Video S2

Jose Perez-Zoghbi
Time-lapse video showing a mouse peripheral airway contracting in response to ACh, relaxing upon TLCA addition and re-contracting after TLCA removal in the continuous presence of ACh. This video illustrates the representative experiment shown in Fig. 1E.

Supplemental Video S1

Jose Perez-Zoghbi
Time-lapse video showing a human peripheral airway contracting in response to ACh and relaxing upon TLCA addition. Labels indicate time of ACh and TLCA perfusion. Experimental time is indicated in the bottom left corner. This video illustrates the representative experiment shown in Fig. 1B.

Spherical Indentation Equilibrium Mechanical Data of Nonpregnant Human Cervical Tissue

Lei Shi & Kristin M. Myers
These files contain experimental data from a mechanical study evaluating the four-level, ramp-hold tissue material response to spherical indentation on human cervical samples for 52 locations of 13 cervical samples from 7 cervices. The data in this file correspond to the manuscript entitled, "Anisotropic Material Characterization of Human Cervix Tissue based on Indentation and Inverse Finite Element Analysis", to be published in the ASME Journal of Biomechanical Engineering in 2019 in the special issue honoring...

Effectiveness of a Couple-Based HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention Intervention for Men in Community Supervision Programs and Their Female Sexual Partners: A Randomized Clinical Trial: Data

Nabila El-Bassel, Louisa Gilbert, Dawn A. Goddard-Eckrich, Mingway P. Chang, Elwin Wu, Sharun Goodwin, Richard Tibbetts, Maria Almonte-Weston & Timothy Hunt
IMPORTANCE: In the United States, the prevalence rates of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are higher among individuals in community supervision programs (CSPs) than in the general population. However, to date, no couple-based HIV or STI prevention interventions have been implemented for the large number of men in CSPs. OBJECTIVE: To determine the effectiveness of a 5-session couple-based prevention intervention, compared with a 1-session counseling, testing, and referral (CTR) program, in...

Spatiotemporal controls on observed daytime ozone deposition velocity over Northeastern U.S. forests during summer: Data and analysis scripts

Olivia Elaine Clifton, Arlene M. Fiore, J. W. Munger & Richard Wehr
Spatiotemporal variability in ozone dry deposition is often overlooked despite its implications for interpreting and modeling tropospheric ozone concentrations accurately. Understanding the influences of stomatal vs. nonstomatal deposition processes on ozone deposition velocity is important for attributing observed changes in the ozone depositional sink and associated damage to ecosystems. Here, we aim to identify the stomatal versus nonstomatal deposition processes driving observed variability in ozone deposition velocity over the northeastern United States during June-September. We...

Moral Essentialism and Generosity Among Children and Adults: Data for Study 3

Larisa A. Heiphetz
Data from Study 3 in a series of studies investigating whether participants view goodness and badness in essentialist terms and probing the consequences of these essentialist perceptions. Study 3 showed that essentialist views of recipients influenced adults' generosity. Participants shared fewer resources than would be expected by chance with people whose badness was described in essentialist terms, an effect that did not appear to be driven by demand characteristics and that emerged even when both...

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