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Additional file 2 of Identifying the presence and severity of dementia by applying interpretable machine learning techniques on structured clinical records

Akhilesh Vyas, Fotis Aisopos, Maria-Esther Vidal, Peter Garrard & Georgios Paliouras
Additional file 2: Figure S2.The decision tree predicts the dementia classes ("No Dementia"/"Minimal or Mild Dementia"/"Moderate or Severe Dementia") of 2505 patients for the Problem (b). This figure file provides high resolution for better visibility.

2D finite-element modelling of the interaction between poroelastic effects and viscoelastic relaxation during the seismic cycle

Jill Peikert , Andrea Hampel & Meike Bagge
The analysis of Coulomb stress changes has become an important tool for seismic hazard evaluation because such stress changes may trigger or delay next earthquakes. Processes that can cause significant Coulomb stress changes include coseismic slip, earthquake-induced poroelastic effects and transient postseismic processes such as viscoelastic relaxation. In this study, we use 2D finite-element models for intracontinental normal and thrust faults to investigate the spatial and temporal evolution and the interaction of pore fluid pressure...

Grundwasserneubildung in Niedersachsen

Dennis Lemke & Dr. Jörg Elbracht
Die Grundwasserneubildung ist als hydrogeologische Kenngröße in vielen Bereichen der Wasserwirtschaft von grundlegender Bedeutung. Zur Bestimmung der regionalen Grundwasserneubildung gibt es eine Vielzahl unterschiedlicher Verfahren, deren Ergebnisse z. T. stark voneinander abweichen. Im Folgenden werden die Ergebnisse der Verfahren DÖRHÖFER & JOSOPAIT (1980) und GROWA06V2 verglichen und auf der Basis von Pegel- und Lysimeterdaten geprüft. Als Grundlage für die Berechnung der Grundwasserneubildung dient für beide Verfahren die folgende vereinfachte Gleichung: GW~neu~ = N - ET~real~...

Postglacial slip distribution along the Teton normal fault, northeastern Basin-and-Range Province (Wyoming, USA) derived from tectonically offset geomorphological features

Andrea Hampel & Maria-Sophie Erdmann
Along the eastern front of the Teton Range, northeastern Basin-and-Range Province, well-preserved fault scarps that formed across moraines, river terraces and other geomorphological features indicate that multiple earthquakes ruptured the range-bounding Teton normal fault after the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). Here we use high-resolution digital elevation models derived from Lidar data to determine the vertical slip distribution along-strike of the Teton fault from 54 topographic profiles across tectonically offset geomorphological features along the entire Teton...

Force-balance changes at the subduction-to-collision transition and implications for mountain building

Armin Dielforder & Andrea Hampel
The elevation of mountain belts increases at the subduction-to-collision transition in response to crustal thickening and processes like slab breakoff, but the main parameters controlling how much mountain height increases remain poorly understood. Based on analytical and finite-element force-balance models, we show that the increase in mountain height depends mainly on the magnitude of the shear force along the plate boundary fault (megathrust) and the reduction of submarine margin relief. During oceanic subduction, the megathrust...

Melt inclusions in zircon are powerful petrogenetic indicators and improve zircon thermometry

Dominik Gudelius , Armin Zeh , Renat R. Almeev , Allan H. Wilson , Lennart A. Fischer & Axel K. Schmitt
Melt inclusions in zircon (MIZ) directly reflect the physicochemical state of the magma during zircon growth. However, their potential as geothermometers and petrogenetic indicators is still poorly explored. Therefore, we investigated MIZ from well-characterized mafic and felsic rocks of the Bushveld Complex (South Africa) and acquired a novel dataset of major, trace and volatile element contents. Re-homogenized MIZ of all rock types display rhyolitic compositions (65-78 wt% SiO2) and similar H2O contents (1.6-4.0 wt%). Liquidus...

Abschätzung von CO2-Emissionen und -Retentionen durch Landnutzungsänderungen anhand regionalisierter Kohlenstoffvorräte auf landwirtschaftlich genutzten Böden Niedersachsens

Dr. Andreas Möller & Alexander Kennepohl
Der Boden ist drittgrößter Kohlenstoffspeicher der Welt und kann durch dessen Koppelung an den globalen Kohlenstoffkreislauf als Quelle oder Senke wirken. Um die Auswirkungen der Änderung der Bewirtschaftung von Böden auf die CO2-Emissionen und damit auf das Klima modellieren zu können, müssen Grundlagen über die aktuellen Kohlenstoffvorräte der landwirtschaftlich genutzten Flächen erarbeitet werden. Hierfür wurde ein Bodenkohlenstoffmodell entwickelt, in dem gemessene Kohlenstoffgehalte aus Profildaten des NIBIS horizontbezogen den Leitprofilen der BÜK50 zugewiesen wurden. Auf Grundlage...

Klimafolgenmanagement in der Metropolregion Hannover – Braunschweig – Göttingen

Prof. Dr. Günter Groß, Andrea Krause, Christina Lenßen, Dr. Udo Müller, Christine von Buttlar, Dr. Marianne Karpenstein-Machan, Roland Bauböck, Daniela Dressler, Prof. Dr. Achim Loewen, Dominika Leßmann, Imke Mersch, Ekkehard Fricke, Christina Weiß, Michael Reich, Michael Rode, Tina Wixwat, Herbert Roehm, Katja Fürstenberg, Dr. Andreas Matheja, Martin Meinken & Björn Beemann
Das Verbundprojekt „Regionales Management von Klimafolgen in der Metropolregion Hannover – Braunschweig – Göttingen“ (KFM) wurde im Zeitraum von 2007–2011 durch das Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) gefördert. Ziel dieses Forschungsprojekts war es, die Auswirkungen des Klimawandels in der Metropolregion zu analysieren sowie mögliche Anpassungsstrategien zu entwickeln. Hierfür wird eine problemorientierte, feinskalige Anpassung der Ergebnisse der regionalen Klimaszenarien an die kleinräumigen geographischen Strukturen in der Metropolregion benötigt. Der Schwerpunkt des Verbundprojekts liegt auf den...

Exhumation and erosion rates in the flat-topped Nock Mountains in the Eastern Alps constrained by low-temperature and cosmogenic 10Be data

Andreas Wölfler , Andrea Hampel , Christoph Glotzbach & István Dunkl
Constraining rates of landscape evolution is a necessary pre-requisite for reconstructing the spatiotemporal evolution of the Earth´s surface. In our study, we present new zircon and apatite fission track and (U-Th)/He ages as well as catchment-wide 10Be-derived erosion rates to determine exhumation and erosion rates in the Nock Mountains, an elevated-low relief landscape in the Eastern Alps. Zircon fission track and zircon (U-Th)/He analyses yielded cooling ages of ~90 and ~80 Ma, respectively, which we...

Additional file 2 of Identifying the presence and severity of dementia by applying interpretable machine learning techniques on structured clinical records

Akhilesh Vyas, Fotis Aisopos, Maria-Esther Vidal, Peter Garrard & Georgios Paliouras
Additional file 2: Figure S2.The decision tree predicts the dementia classes ("No Dementia"/"Minimal or Mild Dementia"/"Moderate or Severe Dementia") of 2505 patients for the Problem (b). This figure file provides high resolution for better visibility.

Additional file 4 of Identifying the presence and severity of dementia by applying interpretable machine learning techniques on structured clinical records

Akhilesh Vyas, Fotis Aisopos, Maria-Esther Vidal, Peter Garrard & Georgios Paliouras
Additional file 4: Figure S4.Decision Tree predicts the dementia classes ("No Dementia"/"Minimal or Mild Dementia"/"Moderate or Severe Dementia") for the Problem (b) using baseline method. The decision trees differ in appearance as well as decision thresholds for certain non-interpretable attributes

Half-precession signals in Lake Ohrid and their spatial and temporal connection to proxy records in the European realmS

Arne Ulfers , Christian Zeeden , Silke Voigt & Wonik Thomas
Lake Ohrid (North Macedonia/Albania) is Europe’s oldest lake and thus is a valuable archive for changes of local (hydro)climate during the last 1.36 million years (e.g., Wagner et al. 2019). During an International Continental Scientific Drilling Program campaign in 2013, geophysical downhole logging by the Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics acquired continuous datasets of physical properties. Additionally, sediment cores from four sites were obtained, the deepest with a length of 570 m (Wagner et al....

X-ray absorption spectroscopy study of Mn reference compounds for the identification and quantification of Mn species in soils

Teresa Zahoransky , Anna V. Wegorzewski , Winnie Huong & Christian Mikutta
Chemical reactivity, mobility, and bioavailability of manganese (Mn) in the environment depend crucially on its speciation. Despite the broad application of X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) to environmental samples, studies covering the identification and quantification of Mn species in soils are surprisingly scarce. In this study, we analyzed 32 organic and inorganic Mn reference compounds by Mn K-edge (6,539 eV) XAS to assess the potential of XAS to differentiate various Mn coordination environments in soils. X-ray...

Additional file 1 of Wochenende — modular and flexible alignment-based shotgun metagenome analysis

Ilona Rosenboom, Tobias Scheithauer, Fabian C. Friedrich, Sophia Pörtner, Lisa Hollstein, Marie-Madlen Pust, Konstantinos Sifakis, Tom Wehrbein, Bodo Rosenhahn, Lutz Wiehlmann, Patrick Chhatwal, Burkhard Tümmler & Colin F. Davenport
Additional file 1: Supplementary Figure S1. Genome coverage plot of B.intestinalis reported by Wochenende. Wochenende did not misclassify B. subtilis in the mock community by Sui et al (SRSRR11207337) [29], but rather detected B. intestinalis with a high and evenly distributed coverage. Indeed all the other tools also reported B. intestinalis instead of B. subtilis. Supplementary Figure S2. Wochenende analysis of an alternative long-read Zymo Even DNA mock community. The mock community was sequenced on...

sj-docx-2-tar-10.1177_17534666221148663 – Supplemental material for Standardized airway wall thickness Pi10 from routine CT scans of COPD patients as imaging biomarker for disease severity, lung function decline, and mortality

Kathrin Kahnert, Rudolf A. Jörres, Hans-Ulrich Kauczor, Peter Alter, Franziska C. Trudzinski, Felix Herth, Bertram Jobst, Oliver Weinheimer, Sebastian Nauck, Pontus Mertsch, Diego Kauffmann-Guerrero, Jürgen Behr, Robert Bals, Henrik Watz, Klaus F. Rabe, Tobias Welte, Claus F. Vogelmeier & Jürgen Biederer
Supplemental material, sj-docx-2-tar-10.1177_17534666221148663 for Standardized airway wall thickness Pi10 from routine CT scans of COPD patients as imaging biomarker for disease severity, lung function decline, and mortality by Kathrin Kahnert, Rudolf A. Jörres, Hans-Ulrich Kauczor, Peter Alter, Franziska C. Trudzinski, Felix Herth, Bertram Jobst, Oliver Weinheimer, Sebastian Nauck, Pontus Mertsch, Diego Kauffmann-Guerrero, Jürgen Behr, Robert Bals, Henrik Watz, Klaus F. Rabe, Tobias Welte, Claus F. Vogelmeier and Jürgen Biederer in Therapeutic Advances in Respiratory Disease

sj-pdf-1-tar-10.1177_17534666221148663 – Supplemental material for Standardized airway wall thickness Pi10 from routine CT scans of COPD patients as imaging biomarker for disease severity, lung function decline, and mortality

Kathrin Kahnert, Rudolf A. Jörres, Hans-Ulrich Kauczor, Peter Alter, Franziska C. Trudzinski, Felix Herth, Bertram Jobst, Oliver Weinheimer, Sebastian Nauck, Pontus Mertsch, Diego Kauffmann-Guerrero, Jürgen Behr, Robert Bals, Henrik Watz, Klaus F. Rabe, Tobias Welte, Claus F. Vogelmeier & Jürgen Biederer
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-tar-10.1177_17534666221148663 for Standardized airway wall thickness Pi10 from routine CT scans of COPD patients as imaging biomarker for disease severity, lung function decline, and mortality by Kathrin Kahnert, Rudolf A. Jörres, Hans-Ulrich Kauczor, Peter Alter, Franziska C. Trudzinski, Felix Herth, Bertram Jobst, Oliver Weinheimer, Sebastian Nauck, Pontus Mertsch, Diego Kauffmann-Guerrero, Jürgen Behr, Robert Bals, Henrik Watz, Klaus F. Rabe, Tobias Welte, Claus F. Vogelmeier and Jürgen Biederer in Therapeutic Advances in Respiratory Disease

Die Rekonstruktion von Deutungs-, Denk- und Handlungsmustern im Kontext der Lernbegleitung in Lernwerkstätten im Elementarbereich

Kathrin Hormann
Ziel des Beitrages ist es, auf Basis der Auswertung von Stimulated Recall Interviews (Calderhead, 1981; Messmer, 2015), ausgewählte Ergebnisse der Rekonstruktion von Deutungs-, Denk- und Handlungsmustern pädagogischer Fachkräfte – bezogen auf die Lernbegleitung in der Lernwerkstatt – vorzustellen. Dazu wird auf der Grundlage eines Beispiels veranschaulicht, wie durch das axiale Kodieren (Strauss & Corbin, 1996) eine bedeutsame Kategorie weiter ausgearbeitet wird, indem das Kodier-Paradigma (Strauss & Corbin, 1996; Strübing, 2014) um diese Kategorie herum entfaltet...

Inverse scattering transform for the Degasperis–Procesi equation

Adrian Constantin, Rossen Ivanov & Jonatan Lenells

Palaeofloral response to base level changes in the late Permian Bowen and Galilee basins (Australia)

Alexander Wheeler , Joan Sharon Esterle & Annette Elizabeth Götz
A variety of depositional environments characterise the infill of the late Permian Bowen and Galilee basins. These range from proximal fluvial-floodplain sequences and significant coal deposits through to more distal paralic and marine sections. The uppermost Permian sequence in these basins features spatiotemporal facies shifts but the regionally pervasive nature of the coal seams allows for the examination of the palaeoflora in context of changing environments through time between these bounding surfaces. The predominant flora...

Tracing wedge-internal deformation by means of strontium isotope systematics of vein carbonate

Armin Dielforder , Igor M. Villa , Alfons Berger & Marco Herwegh
Radiogenic strontium isotopes (87Sr/86Sr) of vein carbonates play a crucial role in the tectono-metamorphic study of fold-and-thrust belts and accretionary wedges and have been used to document fluid sources and fluxes, for example, along major fault zones. Moreover, the 87Sr/86Sr ratios of vein carbonates can trace the diagenetic to metamorphic evolution of pore fluids entrapped in accreted sediments. Here we present 87Sr/86Sr ratios of vein carbonates from the paleo-accretionary complex of the central European Alps...

Megathrust shear force limits mountain height at convergent plate boundaries

Armin Dielforder , Ralf Hetzel & Onno Oncken
The shear force along convergent plate boundary faults (megathrusts) determines the height of mountain ranges that can be mechanically sustained. Whether the true height of mountain ranges corresponds to this tectonically supported elevation is, however, debated. In particular, climate-dependent erosional processes are often assumed to exert a major control on mountain height, although this assumption has remained difficult to validate. To address this issue, we first constrained the shear force along active megathrusts from their...

Additional file 3 of Identifying the presence and severity of dementia by applying interpretable machine learning techniques on structured clinical records

Akhilesh Vyas, Fotis Aisopos, Maria-Esther Vidal, Peter Garrard & Georgios Paliouras
Additional file 3: Figure S3.Decision Tree predicts the dementia classes ("Dementia"/"No Dementia") for the Problem (a) using baseline method. The decision trees differ in appearance as well as decision thresholds for certain non-interpretable attributes

Additional file 3 of Identifying the presence and severity of dementia by applying interpretable machine learning techniques on structured clinical records

Akhilesh Vyas, Fotis Aisopos, Maria-Esther Vidal, Peter Garrard & Georgios Paliouras
Additional file 3: Figure S3.Decision Tree predicts the dementia classes ("Dementia"/"No Dementia") for the Problem (a) using baseline method. The decision trees differ in appearance as well as decision thresholds for certain non-interpretable attributes

sj-pdf-1-tar-10.1177_17534666221148663 – Supplemental material for Standardized airway wall thickness Pi10 from routine CT scans of COPD patients as imaging biomarker for disease severity, lung function decline, and mortality

Kathrin Kahnert, Rudolf A. Jörres, Hans-Ulrich Kauczor, Peter Alter, Franziska C. Trudzinski, Felix Herth, Bertram Jobst, Oliver Weinheimer, Sebastian Nauck, Pontus Mertsch, Diego Kauffmann-Guerrero, Jürgen Behr, Robert Bals, Henrik Watz, Klaus F. Rabe, Tobias Welte, Claus F. Vogelmeier & Jürgen Biederer
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-tar-10.1177_17534666221148663 for Standardized airway wall thickness Pi10 from routine CT scans of COPD patients as imaging biomarker for disease severity, lung function decline, and mortality by Kathrin Kahnert, Rudolf A. Jörres, Hans-Ulrich Kauczor, Peter Alter, Franziska C. Trudzinski, Felix Herth, Bertram Jobst, Oliver Weinheimer, Sebastian Nauck, Pontus Mertsch, Diego Kauffmann-Guerrero, Jürgen Behr, Robert Bals, Henrik Watz, Klaus F. Rabe, Tobias Welte, Claus F. Vogelmeier and Jürgen Biederer in Therapeutic Advances in Respiratory Disease

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