Data for: Magneto- biostratigraphic age constraints on the palaeoenvironmental evolution of the South Caspian Basin during the Early-Middle Pleistocene (Kura Basin, Azerbaijan).
Contributors: Sergei Lazarev, Elisabeth Jorissen, Sabrina van de Velde, Lea Rausch, Marius Stoica, Frank Wesselingh, Christiaan van Baak, Tamara Yanina, Elmira Aliyeva, Wout Krijgsman
... The data catalogues (Supplementary 1 and 2) include information about sampling points on different analyses, as well as an interpretation of biostratigraphic data. The Supplementary 3 - 8 include magnetostratigraphic data (th. - input files, dir. - interpreted directions, .pmag - statistic analysis) from both section that can be uploaded on the Paleomagnetism.org online platform.
Data for: On strategic choices faced by large pharmaceutical laboratories and their effect on innovation risk under fuzzy conditions
Contributors: Javier Puente, David de la Fuente, Borja Ponte, Fernando Gascon
... The attached files contain the information of the Fuzzy Inference Systems that constitute the risk evaluation model proposed in the paper
The Use of Landsat and Sentinel-2 for Detecting Gold Mining in Colombia Based on River Water Turbidity
Contributors: Charlotte Brawn
... The Chocó department suffers from extraordinary amounts of alluvial gold mining resulting in increased river turbidity. A gap has been identified where a replicable means of identifying such turbidity was absent, and a developed method shrinks the gap with Landsat and Sentinel imagery; a GIS is used to assess the temporal mining change of Chocó and utilise a Normalised Difference Turbidity Index to quantify turbidity. Mitigating effects clouds had on results was a challenge, and time constraints meant additional in-situ values could not be acquired. Nonetheless, turbidity quantified easily using the index and related well to identified mining sites highlighted from NDVI change. Classifications were accurate when verified with photographic evidence and revealed mining on the Quito profoundly increased turbidity for the Atrato while also identifying other sites. The method used simple tools and open-source data that can benefit decision-makers and communities of such regions, allowing them to monitor their own rivers. Correspondence details: email@example.com Figures in this paper include OS Data © Crown copyright and database , Digimap License. This research did not receive any funding from agencies or other sectors.
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Contributors: Willem Roux, Imtiaz Gandikota, Guilian Yi
... These are the computer models used for structural topology optimization from the paper "A spatial kernel approach for topology optimization" by Roux, Yi, and Gandikota.
Contributors: Oceana Francis, Linqiang Yang, Harrison Togia, Giannicola Tumino Di Costanzo
... This Ocean Hazards Database (OHD) contains all relevant geographic information system (GIS) layers, maps, measures, interpretations, and rankings from the Ocean Hazards Classification Scheme (OHCS) assessment of 302 mileposts and points of interest across coastal state routes in Hawaii. OHCS variable are historical sea level rise rates (in/yr), projected sea level rise rates by 2050 and 2100 (in/yr), mean tidal ranges (ft), maximum annually recurring peak wave periods (sec) and significant wave heights (ft), mean projected shoreline change rates (ft/yr), coastal armoring rankings, historical and hypothetical tsunami flow depths (ft), hypothetical category 1-4 storm surge inundation heights (ft), and nearshore benthic habitat characteristics. OHCS ranking criterions and methods are described in chapter 3 of the State of Hawaii Statewide Coastal Highway Program Report (2019). Map Packages contain GIS layers and mapping layouts for the assessment and projection of sea level rise inundation, maximum annually recurring wave characteristics, projected shoreline change, storm surge inundation, and offshore bathymetry. Supplementary Tables contain OHCS measure results and rankings for 302 mileposts and points of interest across coastal state routes in Hawaii. Representative dataset references are included in table footnotes. Supplementary Maps contain image files of nearshore and offshore transects, sea level rise inundation extents, maximum annually recurring wave characteristics, projected shoreline changes, and storm surge inundation extents for 302 mileposts and points of interest across coastal state routes in Hawaii. This project was funded by the Hawaii Department of Transportation, HWY-06-16, entitled "Statewide Highway Shoreline Protection Program Study Update."
"LRRK2 kinase activity regulates lysosomal glucocerebrosidase in Parkinson's disease pathogenesis" Sequencing Data
Contributors: Daniel Ysselstein
... Sequencing of GBA1 (all exons) and LRRK2 (Exon 31 and 41) for all lines included in the manuscript: LRRK2 kinase activity regulates lysosomal glucocerebrosidase in Parkinson's disease pathogenesis. We do not observed unexpected point mutations in these genes in non-mutant cell lines.
Data for: Thermodynamic modeling of YO1.5-TaO2.5 system and the effects of elastic strain energy and diffusion on phase transformation of YTaO4
Contributors: Fan Zhang
... This is a TDB file for the Y2O3-Ta2O5 system.
Data for: Thermodynamic description of the sintering aid system in silicon carbide ceramics with the addition of yttrium
Contributors: Keke Chang
... This TDB file is the thermodynamic database for the Y-Si-C system.
A pseudorandom based crystal plasticity finite element method for grain scale polycrystalline material modeling
Contributors: Hansong Ji
... Data of paper: A pseudorandom based crystal plasticity finite element method for grain scale polycrystalline material modeling
Development of three new surface irrigation parameterizations in the WRF-ARW model: evaluation for the Po Valley (Italy) case study
Contributors: Arianna Valmassoi
... Simulations results' fields as used in '' Development of three new surface irrigation parameterizations in the WRF-ARW model: evaluation for the Po Valley (Italy) case study". Filenames are consistent with the article. The data shows the effects of three developed irrigation parameterizations within the WRF-ARW model for the northern Italy test case, summer 2015.