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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL FOR TRACE METALS DISTRIBUTION BETWEEN THE SURFACE WATERS OF THE GULF OF CADIZ AND THE ALBORAN SEA

  • Orihuela-García, M. Andrea
  • Bolado-Penagos, Marina
  • Sala, Iria
  • Tovar-Sánchez, Antonio
  • García, Carlos M.
  • Bruno, Miguel
  • Echevarría, F.
  • Laiz, Irene
10 pages. -- Further information about “Data and methodology”, Figures S1, S2, S3, S4 and S5, and Table S1., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/337811
Dataset. 2022

UAV-WATER-MOSAICKING-CODE [DATASET]

  • Román, Alejandro
This repository has two Python codes in the .ipynb format. -- "Georeferencing", which was the method used for the georeferencing of each of the individual captures taken with the Micasense multispectral sensor RedEdge-MX equipped on the UAV based on the sensor's metadata. This code is a modification of https://github.com/micasense/imageprocessing. -- "Merging", which is the novel part of the code used to combine and calculate the average value of each of the UAV captures overlapped with each other., Download of the data available in the publisher platform., This repository contains a Python workflow that can be used to stitch individual UAV (drone) captures to generate an orthomosaic over aquatic areas. This code arises as a complement to the methodology developed by Windle & Silsbe (2021), and can be applied to any method that retrieves Rrs from RAW data of any multispectral sensor mounted on UAVs. In addition, the code has been prepared for its use with datasets obtained with any UAV sensor., Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/337811, https://github.com/alrova96/UAV-Water-Mosaicking-Code
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/337813
Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION FOR ATMOSPHERIC-OCEAN COUPLING DRIVES PREVAILING AND SYNCHRONIC DISPERSAL PATTERNS OF MARINE SPECIES WITH LONG PELAGIC DURATIONS

  • Ramírez-Romero, Eduardo
  • Amores, Angel
  • Díaz Díaz, David
  • Muñoz-Caballero, Anabel
  • Catalán, Ignacio Alberto
  • Molinero, Juan Carlos
  • Ospina-Álvarez, Andrés
5 pages. -- This PDF file includes: Figs. S1 to S2. -- Tables S1 to S2., Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/337813
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/337819
Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL INVASIVE ALIEN SPECIES IN SPAIN THROUGH HORIZON SCANNING

  • Cano-Barbacil, Carlos
  • Carrete, Martina
  • Castro-Díez, Pilar
  • Delibes-Mateos, Miguel
  • Jaques, Josep A.
  • López-Darias, Marta
  • Nogales, Manuel
  • Pino, Joan
  • Ros, Macarena
  • Traveset, Anna
  • Turon, Xavier
  • Vilà, Montserrat
  • Altamirano, María
  • Álvarez, Inés
  • Arias, Andrés
  • Boix, Dani
  • Cabido, Carlos
  • Cacabelos, Eva
  • Cobo, Fernando
  • Cruz, Joaquín
  • Cuesta, José A.
  • Dáder, Beatriz
  • Estal, Pedro del
  • Gallardo, Belinda
  • Gómez Laporta, Miguel
  • González-Moreno, Pablo
  • Carlos Hernández, José
  • Jiménez-Alfaro, Borja
  • Lázaro Lobo, Adrián
  • Leza, Mar
  • Montserrat, Marta
  • Oliva-Paterna, Francisco J.
  • Piñeiro, Laura
  • Ponce, Carlos
  • Pons, Pere
  • Rotchés-Ribalta, Roser
  • Roura-Pascual, Núria
  • Sánchez, Marta
  • Trillo, Alejandro
  • Viñuela, Elisa
  • García-Berthou, Emili
46 pages. -- Figure S1. Map of the study area. -- Table S1. Project calendar. -- Table S2. List of participants in the horizon scanning per group. -- Table S3. List of removed species. -- Table S4. Arrival scoring criteria. -- Table S5. Establishment scoring criteria. -- Table S6. Impact scoring criteria. -- Table S7. Confidence level scoring criteria. -- Table S8. Illustration of the two components of reliability. -- Table S9. Functional groups and associated abbreviations. -- Table S10. Native geographical region for inland species and associated abbreviations. -- Table S11. Native geographical region for marine species and associated abbreviations. -- Table S12. Classification of potential pathways. -- Table S13. Results of the beta regression model. -- Figure S2. Confidence level shown by experts. -- Table S14. Results of consistency analysis. -- Figure S3. Relationship between Krippendorff’s α and Kendall’s coefficient of concordance (W). -- Table S15. Number of potentially invasive species by thematic group. -- Table S16. List of species with very high risk. -- Table S17. List of species with high risk. -- Table S18. List of species with moderate risk. -- Table S19. List of species with low risk. -- Table S20. Prioritized species of special interest in insular Spanish territories. -- References., Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/337819
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/337839
Dataset. 2023

FLORAL VISITOR-PLANT INTERACTIONS IN FLOWERING PATCHES OF OLIVE ORCHARDS FROM ANDALUSIA

  • Cano, Domingo
  • Pérez, Antonio J.
  • Rey, Pedro J.
[Detailed methodology] We sampled the flower-visitor interactions in paired olive farms located in Andalusia. The surveys were carried out in 24 paired olive farms in 2020. On the one hand, each paired olive farm is constituted by an olive farm with low-intensive herb cover management and an olive farm with intensive herb cover management. The low-intensive management consists of the maintenance of herb cover during most of the year being only removed in late spring by mechanic mowing or cattle. Conversely, intensive management consists of removing the herb cover permanently by using pre-emergence and/ or post-emergence herbicides sometimes in combination with ploughing the ground several times a year. On the other hand, each paired farm in each locality is surrounded by the same landscape complexity. We classified each paired farm into three categories of landscape complexity (simple, intermediate, and complex) according to the proportion of semi-natural area estimated within a 2 km radius buffer around the centroid of each pair of farms. Surveys were conducted in multi-specific floral stands. We selected two 10 m2 multi-floral stands per olive farm located inside the olive orchard matrix. They were carried out monthly from March to June for 2020 (3 sampling rounds in total), matching the peak flowering period of the ground herb cover. Sampling consisted of recording the abundance and diversity of plant-floral visitor interactions in each floral patch for 15 minutes in the morning (until 13 h) and for 15 minutes in the afternoon (until 17 h) every sampling round., [Description of methods used for collection/generation of data] We sampled the flower-visitor interactions in paired olive farms located in Andalusia. The surveys were carried out in 24 paired olive farms in 2020. On the one hand, each paired olive farm is constituted by an olive farm with low-intensive herb cover management and an olive farm with intensive herb cover management. The low-intensive management consists of the maintenance of herb cover during most of the year being only removed in late spring by mechanic mowing or cattle. Conversely, intensive management consists of removing the herb cover permanently by using pre-emergence and/ or post-emergence herbicides sometimes in combination with ploughing the ground several times a year. On the other hand, each paired farm in each locality is surrounded by the same landscape complexity. We classified each paired farm in three categories of landscape complexity (simple, intermediate, and complex) according to the proportion of semi-natural area estimated within a 2 km radius buffer around the centroid of each pair of farms. Surveys were conducted in multi-specific floral stands. We selected two 10 m2 multi-floral stands per olive farm located inside the olive orchard matrix. They were carried out monthly from March to June for 2020 (3 sampling rounds in total), matching the peak flowering period of the ground herb cover. Sampling consisted of recording the abundance and diversity of plant-floral visitor interactions in each floral patch for 15 minutes in the morning (until 13 h) and for 15 minutes in the afternoon (until 17 h) every sampling round., Our aim was to assess the effect of agricultural management and landscape context of olive orchard on the topology of plant-flower visitor networks., Field work was funded by Proyecto RECOVECOS (PID2019-108332GB-I00, funded by MICIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033) and OLIVARES VIVOS (LIFE14 NAT/ES/001094, European Commission). Insect determination, final compilation and data processing were further funded by FEDER SUMHAL Work Package 9. Task 9.3.2. Model impact of land use change - Sustainability for Mediterranean Hotspots in Andalusia integrating LifeWatch ERIC (SUMHAL, LIFEWATCH-2019-09-CSIC-4, POPE 2014-2020; MICINN through European Regional Development Fund). CSIC is acknowledged for supporting Open Access publication., Please, see Metadata_ Plant_Floral_Visitor_interactions.csv file. Descripción del contenido de los ficheros: Plant_Floral_Visitor_Interaction_Data.csv [shows the summary of plant-floral visitor interactions per olive farm].-- DB_ Plant_Floral_Visitor_interactions_Sampling_Info.csv [file has information about the geographic location and samplings of each olive farm].-- Metadata_ Plant_Floral_Visitor_interactions.csv [records information about the meaning of columns in “Data_Plant-Insect_Interac.csv” and “Sampling_Info.csv”]., Peer reviewed

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/337839
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/337879
Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL MONITORING DEXAMETHASONE SKIN BIODISTRIBUTION WITH EX VIVO MALDI-TOF MASS SPECTROMETRY IMAGING AND CONFOCAL RAMAN MICROSCOPY

  • Pena-Rodríguez, Eloy
  • García-Berrocoso, Teresa
  • Vázquez Fernández, Ezequiel
  • Otero-Espinar, Francisco J.
  • Abián, Joaquín
  • Fernández-Campos, Francisco
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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/337885
Dataset. 2023

SUPPORTING INFORMATION: LARGE ORBITAL MOMENT OF TWO COUPLED SPIN-HALF CO IONS IN A COMPLEX ON GOLD

  • Li, Chao
  • Robles, Roberto
  • Lorente, Nicolás
  • Mahatha, Sanjoy K.
  • Rohlf, Sebastian
  • Rossnagel, K.
  • Barla, Alessandro
  • Sorokin, Boris V.
  • Rusponi, Stefano
  • Ohresser, Philippe
  • Realista, Sara
  • Martinho, Paulo N.
  • Jasper-Toennies, Torben
  • Weismann, Alexander
  • Berndt, Richard
  • Gruber, Manuel
Spin–spin coupling, XAS and XMCD on di-Co on Au(111), simulation of the projected magnetic moment, mixing of d orbitals, the manipulation of tert-butyl groups, spatial extent of the magnetic excitations, fits of dI/dV spectra, and influence of the spin–orbit coupling constant., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/337893
Dataset. 2023

SUPPORTING INFORMATION: MICROSCOPIC VERSUS MACROSCOPIC GLASS TRANSITIONS AND RELEVANT LENGTH SCALES IN MIXTURES OF INDUSTRIAL INTEREST

  • Shafqat, Numera
  • Alegría, Ángel
  • Malicki, Nicolas
  • Dronet, Séverin
  • Natali, Francesca
  • Mangin-Thro, Lucile
  • Porcar, Lionel
  • Arbe, Arantxa
  • Colmenero de León, Juan
(i) Magnitudes measured by the scattering experiments; (ii) X-ray diffraction results: local structure; (iii) SANS results: determination of Ts and χ parameter; (iv) DSC results and their modeling., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL TO: PARADOXICAL EFFECTS FOR A ONE-DIMENSIONAL PERIODIC POTENTIAL EMBEDDED IN A TWO-DIMENSIONAL SYSTEM

  • Kolpatzeck, Kira
  • Brendel, Lothar
  • Möller, Rolf
  • Robles, Roberto
  • Lorente, Nicolás
The supplementary material provides the description how to calculate the interference pattern, caused by the interaction with a line defect, like a step edge, for electronic states of a nearly free electron system embedded in a weak 1D potential., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/337922
Dataset. 2023

FDG-PET SIGNATURE OF LATE-NC

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

  • Grothe, Michel J.
  • Moscoso, Alexis
  • Silva-Rodríguez, Jesús
  • Lange, Catharina
  • Nho, Kwangsik
  • Saykin, Andrew J.
  • Nelson, Peter T.
  • Schöll, Michael
  • Buchert, Ralph
  • Teipel, Stefan
Supplementary Figure S1. Flow chart of inclusion/exclusion criteria for the studied autopsy sample. Supplementary Figure S2. Classification of individual FDG-PET scans based on spatial correlation with pathology-specific patterns. Supplementary Figure S3. Illustration of an alternative stratification approach based on a Gaussian Mixture Model analysis of the ∆r distribution. Supplementary Figure S4. Individual FDG-PET profiles of the two cases with hippocampal sclerosis in the comorbid AD+LATE-NC group. Supplementary Figure S5. FDG-PET patterns of the stratified atypical and non-hypometabolic patient groups in the in-vivo cohort. Supplementary Figure S6. Group-specific trajectories of longitudinal cognitive decline. Supplementary Figure S7. Associations with LATE-NC- vs AD-like FDG-PET pattern expression on a continuous scale. Supplementary Figure S8. Individual hypometabolic profiles of LATE-NC cases. Supplementary Figure S9. IMT ratio in relation to age. Supplementary Figure S10. FDG-PET pattern of age-matched AD group. Supplementary Figure S11. LATE-NC-typical pattern using an age-matched control group. Supplementary Figure S12. FDG-PET patterns of pathologic groups without LATE-NC/AD and other pathologies. Supplementary Table S1. Harvard-Oxford atlas ROIs used for screening for relevant hypometabolism. Supplementary Table S2. Characteristics of LATE-NC-like and AD-like patient groups stratified according to a GMM-based approach. Supplementary Table S3. Characteristics of patients stratified according to the inferior-to-medial temporal metabolism ratio. Supplementary Table S4. Contingency table of group assignments based on pattern matching compared to the inferior-to-medial temporal ratio., TDP-43 assessment and individual staging. ADNI memory and executive function composite scores. Possible neuropathologic correlates of a LATE-NC-like FDG-PET pattern., Peer reviewed

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/337922
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