This dataset contains parameter files, input files, and output files for application of the PnET-BGC model to the White Oak Run (WOR1) watershed in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia. This model application is described in the manuscript :
Robison, A. L., & Scanlon, T. M. (2018). Climate change to offset improvements
in watershed acid-base status provided by Clean Air Act and Amendments: A model application in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences,123. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018JG004519.
Software of Distance-X, a custom built alternate controller digital musical instrument. All software related to Jon Bellona's 2018 PhD Dissertation entitled, Physical Composition: The Musicality of Body Movement on Digital Musical Instruments.
The benchmark for relational keyword search is a collection of data sets, queries, and relevance assessments designed to facilitate the evaluation of systems supporting keyword search in databases. The benchmark includes three separate data sets with fifty information needs (i.e., queries) for each data set and follows the traditional approach to evaluate keyword search systems (i.e., ad hoc retrieval) developed by the information retrieval (IR) research community.
Contributors:Kahler, David M., Catherine F. Reynolds
This is a Google Earth file with additional geographic information for the randomized controlled study on the effect of ceramic water filter and silver-impregnated porous ceramic water treatment (MadiDrop) on child health.
This is a part of a study reported in a manuscript by: Joshua N. Edokpayi, Elizabeth T. Rogawski, David M. Kahler, Courtney Hill, Catherine Reynolds, Emanuel Nyathi, James A. Smith, John O. Odiyo, Amidou Samie, Pascal Bessong, Rebecca Dillingham.
The authors acknowledge the tireless work of the community field workers who installed interventions and collected all of the survey data. The authors also acknowledge A. Gaylord, N. Khuliso, S. Mammburu, K. McCain and E. Stinger, who performed much of the water quality analysis and T. Singh, who supported the laboratory analysis for inorganic materials.