Contributors:Ana L Gallego-Hernández, Diana Meza-Figueroa, Judith Tanori, Mónica Acosta-Elías, Belem Gonzalez-Grijalva, Juan F Maldonado-Escalante, Carmen Rochin, Diego Soto-Puebla, Sofía Navarro-Espinoza, Roberto Ochoa-Contreras, Martin Pedroza-Montero
Analysis of road dust suggests that high rutile concentrations are deposited on the street and might be circulated in the air by wind, vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Atmospheric samples collected at pedestrian level are composed of a heterogeneous sample of micro and nanoparticles with a higher size range from 40 nm to 60 nm.
Contributors:Bingxu Nan, Lei Su, Vincent Pettigrove, Mick Keough, Claudette Kellar
for processing water and shrimp samples from the field
Contributors:Belinda Ferrari, Sally Crane, Greg Hince, Tim Spedding, Catherine King, Eden Zhang, Daniel Wilkins, Josie van Dorst
Applied microbial data and associated meta-data for hydrocarbon contaminated soils from Macquarie Island.
Samples were collected over a 5 year period from three contaminated sites, FF, MPH East and MPH South. The samples were analysed with ARISA community fingerprinting, MFQPCR, and 454 amplicon sequencing. The data represents the processed data from these platforms and associated environmental data.
Contributors:Olatz Pereda, Libe Solagaistua, Ioar de Guzmán, Aitor Larrañaga, Arturo Elosegi, Daniel von Schiller, Miren Atristain
This data is provided as supplementary material to the article "Impact of wastewater effluent pollution on stream functioning: a whole-ecosystem manipulation experiment", in order to reproduce completely our methods. The first file ("Pereda et al. EnvironPollut_AppendixS2_Data.WaterCharacteristics.csv") contains information to test for the effects of wastewater treatment plant effluents on water chemical characteristics, and the second file ("Pereda et al. EnvironPollut_AppendixS3_Data.ResponseVariables.csv") to test for the ffects on ecosystem strcuture and functioning.
Contributors:Hudson Tome, James Ellis, Daniel Schmehl, Ashlyn Wedde, Raul Narciso Guedes, Gustavo Martins, Raquel Maia, Samira Ravaiano
All data generated in the scientific article entitled "Frequently encountered pesticides can cause multiple disorders in developing worker honey bee"
Contributors:Jeffrey Howard, Brandy Schultz, Mark Baskaran, Jonathan Weyhrauch, Glenn Loriaux
Supplementary data tables
Contributors:Andrew Baldwin, Alterra Sanchez, Ryan Helcoski, Lance Yonkos
These are data on microplastics numbers and mass in sediments in 6 plots in each of 4 habitats from a restored tidal freshwater wetland in Washington, DC. The dataset also includes data on plot cover of vegetation and soil bulk density and organic matter content.