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Datasets supporting manuscript entitled, "Virtual Reality News Use: Antecedents and Effects on Learning about Climate Change."
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Compiled electron microprobe, LA-ICP-MS analyses of experimental run products and additional supporting information.
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Supporting information and data used to produced Figure 3 of the manuscript of the same title, published in Trends in Parasitology. We analyzed the publication trends in mosquito research from 1900-2019. We used the Web of Science global citation database to obtain the list of publications between 1900 and 2019 that had reported effects of environmental factors (both abiotic and biotic) on life-history and behavior of mosquitoes. Our search included abiotic factors such as temperature, precipitation and humidity and biotic factors such as predation, larval nutrition and competition (both intra- and interspecific). The keywords ‘development time’, ‘mass’, ‘size’, ‘longevity’, ‘survival’, ‘egg’, ‘fecundity’, and ‘life history’ were used to identify literature on larval and adult mosquito traits. Similarly, the keywords ‘behavior’, ‘host seek’, ‘host preference’, ‘blood feed’, ‘oviposition’, and ‘activity’ were used to collate research articles on behavior of adult mosquitoes. Variants of every keyword (hyphenated versus non hyphenated, British versus American spelling differences, etc.,) were carefully taken into consideration to ensure the accuracy of search results. Every publication identified by the Web of Science search was scored based on the number of traits and behaviors reported. These publication-wise scores were then used to calculate the cumulative score for every mosquito trait and behavior listed above. These cumulative scores determine the width of each of the lines (connecting the independent and dependent variables) depicted in the connectome (see figure in the article). The list of publications we fetched in our search is available in two spreadsheets listed below. We analyzed the data and visualized the connectome using the circlize package in R software v3.4.2. Complete datasets and R code are contained in the 3 files enclosed: 1. Larval and adult traits: S3_Larval_adult_traits.csv 2. Adult behavior: S3_Adult_behavior.csv 3. R code: S3_Code.R
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Raw data of acrylic paints analysed by FTIR-ATR and applied to chemometric analysis. Each column gives the absorbance measured at each recorded wavenumber for each paint sample. The accelerated ageing time of each paint sample is expressed in logarithmic function. The descriptive data for each acrylic paint are at the top.
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The data includes the observed hydrogen pressure in cold seal pressure vessels, the temperature profile, the permeability constants calculation for the vessel and the redox sensor data.
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Data for study 2
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data set for an online study exploring the role of the decoy effect in sustainable food choice
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Excel table containing the dataset from the 40Ar/39Ar step-heating analysis for the paper entitled "Testing the effects of sample acid treatment for 40Ar/39Ar geochronology"
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Data collected from published studies on litter mixture decomposition. Seventy-eight publications were included that report mass loss (in %) of the two single litters decomposing alone as well as the 2-species mixture mass loss. Litter quality parameters (such as chemical quality, nutrient content, litter size), if measured, were also reported.
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Data of a study examining the association between trait resilience and salivary cortisol in 49 Chinese undergraduates. Saliva samples were collected from participants 6 times per day over 3 consecutive days with compliance monitored by MEMS track caps. The Chinese version of the Brief Resilience Scale (Lai & Yue, 2014) was used to measured trait resilience.
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