Measuring the ecological success of the Communal Areas Management Programme For Indigenous Resources (CAMPFIRE) in north-western Zimbabwe.
Contributors: Tendai Nzuma, Peter Mundy, Hilary Madiri, Billy Mukamuri, Miguel Vallejo Orti
... The Communal Areas Management Programme for Indigenous Resources (CAMPFIRE) is a flagship Community Based Natural Resources Management (CBNRM) developed in Zimbabwe. CBNRMs are growing in the unprotected lands surrounding many of the Africa’s protected areas. The inﬂuence of these initiatives on ecological processes is poorly understood. The goal of the study was to draw on ecological theory to provide a synthetic framework for understanding how CBNRMs around protected areas may alter ecological processes and biodiversity to provide a basis for identifying scientiﬁcally based management alternatives. We hypothesized that hunting produces a mosaic of sources and sinks that allows elephant and kudu to persist outside protected areas. Specifically the source sink model was tested empirically to determine how population dynamics in sinks differ significantly. Data for hunted ungulates species - Loxodonta africana africana (African elephant) and Tragelaphus strepsiceros (Greater kudu). The data recorded during road strip counts includes the species, number of individuals, age and sex composition, GPS location and distance category from park boundary. The study compared group size and age structure dynamics of elephants and kudus between two spatially heterogeneous sinks (a CAMPFIRE area not under protection versus protected safari hunting area).
EXD2 protects stressed replication forks and is required for cell viability in the absence of BRCA1/2. Nieminuszczy et al.
Contributors: Jadwiga Nieminuszczy, Ronan Broderick, Marina Bellani, Elizabeth Smethurst, Rebekka Schwab, Veronica Cherdyntseva, Theodora Evmorfopoulou, Yea-Lih Lin, Michal Minczuk, Philippe Pasero
... Original imaging data related to Nieminuszczy et al. "EXD2 Protects Stressed Replication Forks and Is Required for Cell Viability in the Absence of BRCA1/2”, Molecular Cell (2019) DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molcel.2019.05.026
Contributors: HAO ZHAO, Chaoping Li
... Here are two high-resolution maps for the article entitled "A Computerized Approach to Understanding Leadership Research", as well as some raw files for VOSViewer to generate interactive maps.
Contributors: Akinori Higaki
... Supplementary data for the CAS with deep learning. 1) Publication list that we collected CAS images through PubMed search: We selected 142 MEDLINE-indexed articles which include coronary angioscopy pictures, published between April 2000 and April 2019. 2) Source codes for the generative modeling. 3) Representative output images.
Contributors: Samuele Papeschi, Giovanni Musumeci
... This dataset contains the EBSD Maps obtained on sample IESP3SP78 (sample registered on SESAR), a full thin section scan and a photo stitching at crossed polars and a file showing the location of the EBSD data. Sample IESP3SP78 is a mylonitic quartzite belonging to the Calamita Schists Fm. (Elba Island, Italy) The interpreted data has been submitted to Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems and is currently under review [Papeschi & Musumeci, under review] The data uploaded here are the raw EBSD maps freely available for interpretation. Please cite the original research article when using this dataset.
Contributors: Xuanjie Li
... 1.The amplified picture of our three APDs at the same time; 2.The whole experiment environment; 3.We monitor the real-time data on FPGAs,including tranmitted and received data; 4.The spectrum picture of received optical signal.
Contributors: Dietmar Siegele
... The data represents the measurement results of an air-to-air enthalpy exchanger and a heat exchanger. Such exchangers are used in ventilation devices. The data include 101 measurement points with different boundary conditions (winter and summer condition). The temperature, the humidity, the volume flow and all relevant pressures and pressure differences are provided. The data are mean values of a steady-state measurement.
Data for: A comparison of transport methods for the solution of a problem with shadowing effects in spherical geometry
Contributors: Roberto Garcia
... Figures for the manuscript
Contributors: qiang LIU
... Polyurea nanocomposites have attracted increasing attention. In this article, in order to study the thermal properties and mechanical properties of polyurea composites, polyurea nanoparticles with different content of silicon carbide (SiC) nanoparticles (0.7wt%, 1.5wt% and 2.5wt%) were prepared via in-situ polymerization method. Using XRD,FTIR, SEM, TGA and tensile testing machine to characterize and analyze the surface morphology, structure, thermal and mechanical properties of polyurea nanocomposites. The results obtained from this study showed that the thermal stability and mechanical properties of polyurea composites as compared to pure polyurea can be improved by adding nano-SiC.
TIRF Microscopy Image Sequences of Fluorescent IgE-FcεRI inside a FcεRI-Centric Synapse in RBL-2H3 Cells Dataset
Contributors: Kathrin Spendier, Rachel Drawbond
... Total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF) microscopy was used to image the IgE-FcεRI receptor signaling complex in rat basophilic leukemia (RBL-2H3) cells coming into contact with a supported lipid bilayer, modeling an immunological model synapse. Fluorescent immunoglobulin E (IgE488) concentrations ranged from 10% to 100%, in 10% increments and IgEdark that decreased from 90% to 0% by increments of 10%. To label, the IgE488 and IgEdark were added to the RBL-2H3 cells in suspension the day prior to imaging and allowed to incubate overnight. Immediately before experimental data was taken, cells were removed from the suspension dish and resuspended in Hank’s buffer. Cells of Sample 1 were kept in Hank’s buffer for a few minutes before cells were added to the SLB. Cells from Sample 2 were kept in Hank’s buffer for about half an hour before cells were added to the SLB. Cells from Sample 3 were kept in Hank’s buffer for about one hour before cells were added to the SLB. Multiple image sequenceswere taken for each of these ten conditions with camera exposure of 5 ms per image and pixel size of 107nm. The fluorescent labeling efficiency of IgE488 was 1.02 ± 0.08 mole fluorescent dye per mole protein. The dataset contains corresponding dark images and TIRF illumination profile images. The camera gain g was 0.006 photo electrons/ADU and the readout noise Nread was 0.529 photo electrons. The data are provided as OME-TIFF (.ome.tif), a life sciences file format. Information about the OME-TIFF (.ome.tif) file format information as well as imaging software supporting it can be found here: https://docs.openmicroscopy.org/ome-model/5.6.3/ome-tiff/