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GEM Global Seismic Hazard Map v.2018.1

Marco Pagani, Julio García-Pelaez, Robin Gee, Kendra Johnson, Valerio Poggi, Michele Simionato, Richard Styron, Daniele Viganò, Laurentiu Danciu, Damiano Monelli & Graeme Weatherill
The Global Earthquake Model (GEM) Seismic Hazard Map depicts the geographic distribution of the Peak Ground Acceleration (PGA) with a 10% probability of being exceeded in 50 years, equivalent to a return period of about 475 years, the internationally agreed reference for building safety regulation. The map was created by collating maps computed using national and regional probabilistic seismic hazard models developed by various institutions and projects, and by scientists working at the GEM Foundation....

Bio-economic model on weed control in maize production (version II)

Thomas G. Böcker, Robert Finger, Wolfgang Britz & Niklas Möhring
The model is written in GAMS.

Data and script for the modelling approach of the manuscript: "What makes the Asian bush mosquito (Aedes japonicus japonicus) feel comfortable in central Europe? A fuzzy model approach"

Antje Kerkow & Ralf Wieland
The global trade of goods (car tires and ornamental plants in particular) has facilitated the accidental transport of eggs, pupae and larvae of the Asian bush mosquito (Aedes japonicus japonicus) to North America and Europe. On both continents, the species has spread over wide areas and became established in several geographical regions. Since it is a potential vector of pathogens of humans and livestock, distribution and dissemination maps are urgently needed to implement targeted surveillance...

ROMS+NPZD model data: turbulent and mesoscale contribution to the transport of organic carbon in the Canary Upwelling System

Elisa Lovecchio
Model data produced using the Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) coupled to the Nutrient Phytoplankton Zooplankton Detritus (NPZD) model. The coupled model was run on an Atlantic telescopic grid. The data refer to 24 years (years 30-53) of the simulation, while years 1-29 are not included (spinup). Additional details on the simulation and the Reynolds as well as the Eddy and FIlament flux decompositions can be found in the paper: https://www.biogeosciences-discuss.net/bg-2018-54/

Clinical CT dataset Tyrannosaurus rex MB.R.91316

Patrick Asback, Charlie Hamm, Oliver Hampe, Jürgen Mews, Jörg Blobel & Ahi Sema Issever
Clinical computed tomography (CT) scanners are interesting for paleontological research because of their high availability and the potential to image internal structures in addition to the surface. Here we report the technical effort, workflow and image quality of clinical CT compared to photogrammetry for a large fossil, the skull of a Tyrannosaurus rex (MB.R.91216) from the Maastrichtian of Montana, U.S.A. CT scanning data comprises all 47 preserved skull bones and 3D models. The clinical CT...

Photogrammetry data Tyrannosaurus rex MB.R.91216

Heinrich Mallison
Photogrammetry is currently a frequently used technique for surface imaging, producing high-quality 3D surface data. We report the technical effort, workflow and image quality of photogrammetry in comparison to a clinical CT. The fossil investigated in this study is the skull of a Tyrannosaurus rex (MB.R.91216) from the Maastrichtian of Montana, U.S.A., and this photogrammetry dataset contains the following bones: T-10 (right lacrimal), T-28 (left dentary), and T-36 (right articular) in .ply format.

M. DELENAH Modelling Direct Economic LossEs caused by Natural Hazards

Stephanie Natho & Annegret Thieken
Version history:The current M DELENAH 1.1 is an updated version of M DELENAH with changes in the sectors agriculture, unpaved and paved roads, public sector and forest, and industry and commerce (correction of code comment only). Details of code updating are described in the User's Manual. Updates include (1) new features for the agricultural sector (specific livestock loss calculation based on a matrix where numbers of affected animals per type can be inserted), (2) correction...

DNN Models for CBinfer Evaluations

Lukas Cavigelli & Luca Benini

Bio-economic model on weed control in cultivation of wheat: Herbicide free wheat production in Switzerland (HerbiFree)

Robert Finger & Thomas Böcker
Strategies to prevent and control pest pressure are required to efficiently produce high quality food products. However, the use of pesticides is associated with potential risks to humans and the environment, motivating policy actions in Switzerland and other European countries. Especially the widespread use of herbicides is increasingly criticised. The goal of this work to investigate the implications of a ban or a voluntary removal of i) specific pesticides (such as glyphosate) as well as...

A structural preview of aquaporin 8 via homology modeling of seven vertebrate isoforms - HsAQP8

Kirscht, Andreas;Sonntag, Yonathan;Kjellbom, Per;Johanson, Urban

A structural preview of aquaporin 8 via homology modeling of seven vertebrate isoforms - FpAQP8

Kirscht, Andreas;Sonntag, Yonathan;Kjellbom, Per;Johanson, Urban

A structural preview of aquaporin 8 via homology modeling of seven vertebrate isoforms - SsAQP8

Kirscht, Andreas;Sonntag, Yonathan;Kjellbom, Per;Johanson, Urban

A structural preview of aquaporin 8 via homology modeling of seven vertebrate isoforms - CpAQP8

Kirscht, Andreas;Sonntag, Yonathan;Kjellbom, Per;Johanson, Urban

A structural preview of aquaporin 8 via homology modeling of seven vertebrate isoforms - BtAQP8

Kirscht, Andreas;Sonntag, Yonathan;Kjellbom, Per;Johanson, Urban

A structural preview of aquaporin 8 via homology modeling of seven vertebrate isoforms - XtAQP8

Kjellbom, Per;Sonntag, Yonathan;Kirscht, Andreas;Johanson, Urban

A structural preview of aquaporin 8 via homology modeling of seven vertebrate isoforms - RnAQP8

Kirscht, Andreas;Sonntag, Yonathan;Kjellbom, Per;Johanson, Urban

M. DELENAH Modelling Direct Economic LossEs caused by Natural Hazards

Stephanie Natho & Annegret Thieken
Version history:The current M DELENAH 1.1 is an updated version of M DELENAH with changes in the sectors agriculture, unpaved and paved roads, public sector and forest, and industry and commerce (correction of code comment only). Details of code updating are described in the User's Manual. Updates include (1) new features for the agricultural sector (specific livestock loss calculation based on a matrix where numbers of affected animals per type can be inserted), (2) correction...

Consistent MMI area estimation for Australian earthquakes

M. Leonard
Geoscience Australia has been providing estimates of felt and potential damage radiuses for all earthquakes above magnitude 3.0 since 2002. Similarly, over the last decade, using the hazard modelling software EQRM, GA has produced scenario MMI maps for most Australian cities and several cities in our region. The former uses Empirical relations developed from measuring MMI III, IV, V and VI radiuses from the isoseismal map of ~150 Australian earthquakes. The later using various GMPEs...

Consistent MMI area estimation for Australian earthquakes

M. Leonard
Geoscience Australia has been providing estimates of felt and potential damage radiuses for all earthquakes above magnitude 3.0 since 2002. Similarly, over the last decade, using the hazard modelling software EQRM, GA has produced scenario MMI maps for most Australian cities and several cities in our region. The former uses Empirical relations developed from measuring MMI III, IV, V and VI radiuses from the isoseismal map of ~150 Australian earthquakes. The later using various GMPEs...

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