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sj-pdf-1-pmj-10.1177_02692163221138620 – Supplemental material for LGBT+ partner bereavement and appraisal of the Acceptance-Disclosure Model of LGBT+ bereavement: A qualitative interview study

Katherine Bristowe, Liadh Timmins, Debbie Braybrook, Steve Marshall, Alexandra Pitman, Katherine Johnson, Elizabeth Day, Paul Clift, Ruth Rose, Deokhee Yi, Peihan Yu, Wei Gao, Anna Roach, Kathryn Almack, Michael King & Richard Harding
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-pmj-10.1177_02692163221138620 for LGBT+ partner bereavement and appraisal of the Acceptance-Disclosure Model of LGBT+ bereavement: A qualitative interview study by Katherine Bristowe, Liadh Timmins, Debbie Braybrook, Steve Marshall, Alexandra Pitman, Katherine Johnson, Elizabeth Day, Paul Clift, Ruth Rose, Deokhee Yi, Peihan Yu, Wei Gao, Anna Roach, Kathryn Almack, Michael King and Richard Harding in Palliative Medicine

sj-pdf-1-pmj-10.1177_02692163221138620 – Supplemental material for LGBT+ partner bereavement and appraisal of the Acceptance-Disclosure Model of LGBT+ bereavement: A qualitative interview study

Katherine Bristowe, Liadh Timmins, Debbie Braybrook, Steve Marshall, Alexandra Pitman, Katherine Johnson, Elizabeth Day, Paul Clift, Ruth Rose, Deokhee Yi, Peihan Yu, Wei Gao, Anna Roach, Kathryn Almack, Michael King & Richard Harding
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-pmj-10.1177_02692163221138620 for LGBT+ partner bereavement and appraisal of the Acceptance-Disclosure Model of LGBT+ bereavement: A qualitative interview study by Katherine Bristowe, Liadh Timmins, Debbie Braybrook, Steve Marshall, Alexandra Pitman, Katherine Johnson, Elizabeth Day, Paul Clift, Ruth Rose, Deokhee Yi, Peihan Yu, Wei Gao, Anna Roach, Kathryn Almack, Michael King and Richard Harding in Palliative Medicine

supporting figures from Atomistic mechanisms of phase nucleation and propagation in a model two-dimensional system

Fei Shuang, Penghao Xiao, Liming Xiong & Wei Gao
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Tradeoffs of a rising agroecological practice: addressing uncertainty around tarping with participatory action research and mixed methods

Eva Kinnebrew, Carlin K. Molander, Sophia Wilcox Warren, Catherine E. Horner, Victor M. Izzo, Scott A. Lewins, Rebecca Maden, Gillian L. Galford & V. Ernesto Méndez
Transitioning to more sustainable agricultural practices is a key goal in agroecology. Before practices are adopted, however, farmers must weigh a complex set of biophysical and socioeconomic tradeoffs. Tarping is a weed control practice gaining popularity in New England, but many of its biophysical impacts remain unclear to farmers. Here, we used participatory action research to engage in mutual learning with farmers around the tradeoffs of tarping for weed control. We collected quantitative biophysical data...

Co-variation of silicate, carbonate, and sulfide weathering drives CO2 release with erosion: Constraints from southern Taiwan.

Aaron Bufe , Niels Hovius , Robert Emberson , Jeremy Rugenstein , Albert Galy , Hima Hassenruck-Gudipati & Jui-Ming Chang
The supply of fresh minerals to Earth’s surface by erosion is thought to modulate global climate by removing atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) through silicate weathering. In turn, weathering of accessory carbonate and sulfide minerals is a geologically-relevant CO2 source, which may dampen or reverse the effect of silicate weathering on climate. Although these weathering pathways commonly operate side by side, we lack quantitative constraints on their co-evolution across erosion-rate gradients. Using stream-water chemistry across a...

Preliminary investigation of a hypertonic saline nasal rinse as a hygienic intervention in dairy workers

Grant Erlandson, Sheryl Magzamen, Julia L. Sharp, Sanchayita Mitra, Kenneth Jones, Jill A. Poole, Mary Bradford, Matthew Nonnenmann, Stephen J. Reynolds & Joshua W. Schaeffer
Livestock workers experience an increased burden of bioaerosol-induced respiratory disease including a high prevalence of rhinosinusitis. Dairy operations generate bioaerosols spanning the inhalable size fraction (0–100 μm) containing bacterial constituents such as endotoxin. Particles with an aerodynamic diameter between 10 and 100 μm are known to deposit in the nasopharyngeal region and likely affect the upper respiratory tract. We evaluated the effectiveness of a hypertonic saline nasal lavage in reducing inflammatory responses in dairy workers...

Preliminary investigation of a hypertonic saline nasal rinse as a hygienic intervention in dairy workers

Grant Erlandson, Sheryl Magzamen, Julia L. Sharp, Sanchayita Mitra, Kenneth Jones, Jill A. Poole, Mary Bradford, Matthew Nonnenmann, Stephen J. Reynolds & Joshua W. Schaeffer
Livestock workers experience an increased burden of bioaerosol-induced respiratory disease including a high prevalence of rhinosinusitis. Dairy operations generate bioaerosols spanning the inhalable size fraction (0–100 μm) containing bacterial constituents such as endotoxin. Particles with an aerodynamic diameter between 10 and 100 μm are known to deposit in the nasopharyngeal region and likely affect the upper respiratory tract. We evaluated the effectiveness of a hypertonic saline nasal lavage in reducing inflammatory responses in dairy workers...

Additional file 2 of Lineage abundance estimation for SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater using transcriptome quantification techniques

Jasmijn A. Baaijens, Alessandro Zulli, Isabel M. Ott, Ioanna Nika, Mart J. van der Lugt, Mary E. Petrone, Tara Alpert, Joseph R. Fauver, Chaney C. Kalinich, Chantal B. F. Vogels, Mallery I. Breban, Claire Duvallet, Kyle A. McElroy, Newsha Ghaeli, Maxim Imakaev, Malaika F. Mckenzie-Bennett, Keith Robison, Alex Plocik, Rebecca Schilling, Martha Pierson, Rebecca Littlefield, Michelle L. Spencer, Birgitte B. Simen, William P. Hanage, Nathan D. Grubaugh … & Michael Baym
Additional file 2. Review history.

Additional file 2 of Lineage abundance estimation for SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater using transcriptome quantification techniques

Jasmijn A. Baaijens, Alessandro Zulli, Isabel M. Ott, Ioanna Nika, Mart J. van der Lugt, Mary E. Petrone, Tara Alpert, Joseph R. Fauver, Chaney C. Kalinich, Chantal B. F. Vogels, Mallery I. Breban, Claire Duvallet, Kyle A. McElroy, Newsha Ghaeli, Maxim Imakaev, Malaika F. Mckenzie-Bennett, Keith Robison, Alex Plocik, Rebecca Schilling, Martha Pierson, Rebecca Littlefield, Michelle L. Spencer, Birgitte B. Simen, William P. Hanage, Nathan D. Grubaugh … & Michael Baym
Additional file 2. Review history.

Tradeoffs of a rising agroecological practice: addressing uncertainty around tarping with participatory action research and mixed methods

Eva Kinnebrew, Carlin K. Molander, Sophia Wilcox Warren, Catherine E. Horner, Victor M. Izzo, Scott A. Lewins, Rebecca Maden, Gillian L. Galford & V. Ernesto Méndez
Transitioning to more sustainable agricultural practices is a key goal in agroecology. Before practices are adopted, however, farmers must weigh a complex set of biophysical and socioeconomic tradeoffs. Tarping is a weed control practice gaining popularity in New England, but many of its biophysical impacts remain unclear to farmers. Here, we used participatory action research to engage in mutual learning with farmers around the tradeoffs of tarping for weed control. We collected quantitative biophysical data...

Additional file 1 of Using non-parametric Bayes shrinkage to assess relationships between multiple environmental and social stressors and neonatal size and body composition in the Healthy Start cohort

Sheena E. Martenies, Lauren Hoskovec, Ander Wilson, Brianna F. Moore, Anne P. Starling, William B. Allshouse, John L. Adgate, Dana Dabelea & Sheryl Magzamen
Additional file 1. Supplemental Materials.

Measuring Social Equity Outcomes in a Community-Based Conservation Program in Ethiopia: Developing and Applying Local Indicators

Bethlehem A. Abebe & Kelly W. Jones
Community-based conservation (CBC) is riddled with equity concerns. This study examined how household, institutional, and program design characteristics affect multiple dimensions of equity in a CBC program, Ethiopia. We developed local indicators to measure distributive, procedural, and recognition equity. We conducted 200 household surveys in four kebeles (smallest administrative unit). We found slightly negative perceptions of all three dimensions of equity across all kebeles. Women and poorer households had more negative perceptions of distributive equity....

Measuring Social Equity Outcomes in a Community-Based Conservation Program in Ethiopia: Developing and Applying Local Indicators

Bethlehem A. Abebe & Kelly W. Jones
Community-based conservation (CBC) is riddled with equity concerns. This study examined how household, institutional, and program design characteristics affect multiple dimensions of equity in a CBC program, Ethiopia. We developed local indicators to measure distributive, procedural, and recognition equity. We conducted 200 household surveys in four kebeles (smallest administrative unit). We found slightly negative perceptions of all three dimensions of equity across all kebeles. Women and poorer households had more negative perceptions of distributive equity....

Additional file 1 of Lineage abundance estimation for SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater using transcriptome quantification techniques

Jasmijn A. Baaijens, Alessandro Zulli, Isabel M. Ott, Ioanna Nika, Mart J. van der Lugt, Mary E. Petrone, Tara Alpert, Joseph R. Fauver, Chaney C. Kalinich, Chantal B. F. Vogels, Mallery I. Breban, Claire Duvallet, Kyle A. McElroy, Newsha Ghaeli, Maxim Imakaev, Malaika F. Mckenzie-Bennett, Keith Robison, Alex Plocik, Rebecca Schilling, Martha Pierson, Rebecca Littlefield, Michelle L. Spencer, Birgitte B. Simen, William P. Hanage, Nathan D. Grubaugh … & Michael Baym
Additional file 1. Includes all supplementary information, supplementary figures and supplementary tables.

Additional file 1 of Lineage abundance estimation for SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater using transcriptome quantification techniques

Jasmijn A. Baaijens, Alessandro Zulli, Isabel M. Ott, Ioanna Nika, Mart J. van der Lugt, Mary E. Petrone, Tara Alpert, Joseph R. Fauver, Chaney C. Kalinich, Chantal B. F. Vogels, Mallery I. Breban, Claire Duvallet, Kyle A. McElroy, Newsha Ghaeli, Maxim Imakaev, Malaika F. Mckenzie-Bennett, Keith Robison, Alex Plocik, Rebecca Schilling, Martha Pierson, Rebecca Littlefield, Michelle L. Spencer, Birgitte B. Simen, William P. Hanage, Nathan D. Grubaugh … & Michael Baym
Additional file 1. Includes all supplementary information, supplementary figures and supplementary tables.

supporting figures from Atomistic mechanisms of phase nucleation and propagation in a model two-dimensional system

Fei Shuang, Penghao Xiao, Liming Xiong & Wei Gao
supporting figures

Quantifying carbonate denudation from cosmogenic 36Cl and climatic and tectonic controls on carbonate landscape evolution

Richard F Ott , Sean F Gallen & David Helman
Department of Earth Sciences, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland(1);Earth Surface Geochemistry, German Centre for Geoscience Research, Potsdam, Germany(2);Department of Geosciences, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, US(3);Department of Soil and Water Sciences, The Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel(4);Advanced School for Environmental Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel(5);Quantifying carbonate denudation and the partitioning between chemical and mechanical surface lowering in karstic areas is challenging. Here...

Additional file 1 of Using non-parametric Bayes shrinkage to assess relationships between multiple environmental and social stressors and neonatal size and body composition in the Healthy Start cohort

Sheena E. Martenies, Lauren Hoskovec, Ander Wilson, Brianna F. Moore, Anne P. Starling, William B. Allshouse, John L. Adgate, Dana Dabelea & Sheryl Magzamen
Additional file 1. Supplemental Materials.

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  • Agricultural Genomics Institute at Shenzhen
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  • Sichuan University
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  • Washington University in St. Louis
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  • King's College London
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  • Huazhong Agricultural University
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  • Delft University of Technology
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  • First Affiliated Hospital of Xi'an Jiaotong University
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