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Dataset. 2019

SEISMIC STUDY OF THE IBERIAN CRUST, ESCI VALENCIA TROUGH SURVEY

  • Gallart Muset, Josep
  • Vidal, Neus
  • Dañobeitia, Juan José
  • Sàbat, F.
  • Pous, J.
  • Suriñach, Emma
  • Estévez, A.
  • Santisteban, C.
The acquisition parameters of ESCI-Valencia Trough are: streamer 4500 m, 180 channels, group interval 25 m, sample rate 4 ms., The ESCI-Valencia Trough deep vertical reflection profile extends the crustal image of the ECORS-Pyrenees profile to the Mediterranean coast and provides a crustal transect of the NE Iberian margin. It is a 450 km lenght profile in a NW-SE direction between the Tarragona coast and the SE of Mallorca., Comisión Internacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (CICYT); GEO89-0858; GEO90-0733; PB86-0619; C91-0013.--, Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/196901
Dataset. 2019

NATAL EXPERIENCE AND GENETIC BACKGROUND OF PIED FLYCATCHERS

  • Camacho, Carlos
  • Canal, David
  • Martínez-Padilla, Jesús
  • Potti, Jaime
Data set supporting the results of the article "Local adaptation, natal experience, and the evolution of philopatry”. The readme file contains information about the header cells in the datasets. Questions should be addressed to Carlos Camacho (ccamacholmedo@gmail.com). This data set is subjected to a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence., This data set includes measurements of breeding success for pied flycatchers stemming from a long-term (2006-2016, N = 951 individuals) cross-fostering experiment conducted in an oak forest (41°04'N 3°27'W) and a pine plantation (40°40'N 4°8'W) of central Spain. Further details of the experimental and field procedures are provided in the article, Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/197045
Dataset. 2019

ARIOS SURVEYS: HYDROGRAPHIC AND CHEMICAL DATA ON SW GALICIAN SHELF

  • Padín, X. A.
  • Doval, M. Dolores
  • Álvarez-Fernández, María Jesús
  • Rey, J.
  • Rellán, Trinidad
  • Fontela, Marcos
  • Broullón, Daniel
  • Mohamed-Santamaría, Sara
  • Gilcoto, Miguel
  • Prego, R.
  • Pérez, Fiz F.
Este dataset está compuesto por 2 archivos, de los cuales el primero es el conjunto de datos con 1421 análisis de muestras de agua de temperatura, salinidad, oxígeno, nutrientes, pH, alcalinidad, clorofila y materia orgánica, y el otro (Readme.txt) incluye una pequeña descripción de las variables calculadas, Durante un año, se estudió la variabilidad a frecuencia mensual (quincenal en la época estival) de los fenómenos de afloramiento y hundimiento en la plataforma gallega frente a la Ría de Vigo y su impacto en las diferentes variables biogeoquímicas y del ciclo del carbono. Se evaluó la importancia relativa de los procesos físicos y biológicos en la variabilidad del sistema del carbonato con especial interés en la acidificación oceánica. Nueve estaciones fueron muestreadas desde el nueve de junio 2017 hasta junio del 2018 desde el borde del talud continental frente Ría de Vigo hasta el interior de la misma en el límite del estuario de San Simón. La salinidad y la temperatura se registraron con una sonda de profundidad de conductividad-temperatura SBE 9/11 conectada al muestreador de roseta con doce botellas de PVC Niskin de 10 L. Las mediciones de la conductividad se convirtieron en valores prácticos de la escala de salinidad con la ecuación de la UNESCO (1986). La precisión de las mediciones de CTD para temperatura y salinidad fueron de 0,004 ºC y 0,005, respectivamente. Las muestras para los análisis de oxígeno disuelto, pH, alcalinidad total, sales de nutrientes, carbono orgánico disuelto fueron recogidas semanalmente con la roseta de 12 botellas Niskin. Para la determinación de nutrientes, las muestras de agua se recogieron en botellas de polietileno de 50 mL y se congelaron (-20ºC) hasta su análisis en el laboratorio utilizando procedimientos estándar de análisis de flujo segmentado. Las precisiones fueron 0,02 micromol/L para nitrito, 0,1 micromol/L para nitrato, 0,05 micromol/L para amonio, 0,02 micromol/L para fosfato y 0,05 micromol/L para silicato. El oxígeno se determinó por titulación potenciométrica de Winkler utilizando un analizador Titrino 720 con una precisión de 0,5 micromol/kg. Las muestras de alcalinidad total (TA) y pH (escala de concentración total de hidrógeno, 25°C) se recogieron en frascos de vidrio de 500 mL y se analizaron en pocas horas en el laboratorio base. El pH del agua de mar se midió espectrofotométricamente siguiendo a Clayton y Byrne (1993) aplicándose una adición de 0,0047 (DelValls & Dickson, 1998). La precisión fue 0,003 unidades de pH. El TA se determinó por titulación a pH 4,4 con HCl, según el método potenciométrico de Pérez y Fraga (1987) con una precisión de 2 micromol/kg, CSIC y Plan Nacional de I+D del Gobierno de España, 1 data csv ‘29MY20170609_hy1.csv’ file and 1 readme.txt file, Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/197292
Dataset. 2019

DECOMPOSITION FERTILITY ISLANDS [DATASET]

  • Prado López, Miguel
  • Pugnaire, Francisco I.
  • Moya-Laraño, Jordi
Litter decomposition in field experiment. A total of 280 mesocosms were settled under and away of 20 individuals of Z. lotus. The litter boxes thus contained either one single species of litter (20 litter boxes for each species and position treatment), 2-sp mixtures (20 litter boxes for each 2-species combination and position treatment) or 3-sp mixtures (20 litter boxes with the 3-species mixture and position treatment)., This study was supported by the Office of Secretary of Public Education of Mexico though the program Further Education Programme for Teachers (UNICACH-110). Further support was provided by the Spanish Research Agency (grant CGL2017-84515-R to FIP and grant CGL2015-66192-R to JML). We thank the Cabo de Gata-Níjar Nature Park for support during field work (permit: 2016-101-657)., Date Date of collection (1 - 07/13/2017, 2 - 01/13/2018, 3 -08/30/2018) Plant Plant (Ziziphus lotus fertility island) ID utmx Geographic Longitude for each plant utmy Geographic Latitude for each plant Box Mesocosm ID Island Location of the mesocosm (Away or Under shrub) Mixtures Litter plant diversity (species richness 1, 2, 3) Species Identity of the litter plant species with three levels: S. tenacissima, C. humilis and R. sphaerocarpa w_inic Litter initial dry mass (g) w_end Litter dry mass (g) after 184, 367 and 597 days in the field, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2019

SOIL FAUNA FERTILITY ISLANDS [DATASET]

  • Prado López, Miguel
  • Pugnaire, Francisco I.
  • Moya-Laraño, Jordi
Litter decomposition in field experiment. A total of 280 mesocosms were settled under and away of 20 individuals of Z. lotus. The litter boxes thus contained either one single species of litter (20 litter boxes for each species and position treatment), 2-sp mixtures (20 litter boxes for each 2-species combination and position treatment) or 3-sp mixtures (20 litter boxes with the 3-species mixture and position treatment)., This study was supported by the Office of Secretary of Public Education of Mexico though the program Further Education Programme for Teachers (UNICACH-110). Further support was provided by the Spanish Research Agency (grant CGL2017-84515-R to FIP and grant CGL2015-66192-R to JML). We thank the Cabo de Gata-Níjar Nature Park for support during field work (permit: 2016-101-657)., Date Date of collection (1 - 07/13/2017, 2 - 01/13/2018, 3 -08/30/2018) Plant Plant (Ziziphus lotus fertility island) ID utmx Geographic Longitude for each plant utmy Geographic Latitude for each plant Box Mesocosm ID Island Location of the mesocosm (Away or Under shrub) Mixtures Litter plant diversity (species richness 1, 2, 3) Species Identity of the litter plant species with three levels: S. tenacissima, C. humilis and R. sphaerocarpa Predators Abundance of predators Decomposers Abundance of detritivores, Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/197357
Dataset. 2020

MODELLING PEST DYNAMICS UNDER UNCERTAINTY IN PEST DETECTION: THE CASE OF THE RED PALM WEEVIL. BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS [DATASET]

  • Sanz-Aguilar, Ana
  • Cortés, Iván
  • Gascón, Inmaculada
  • Martínez, Olga
  • Ginard, Santiago
  • Tavecchia, Giacomo
The data file contains data on Canary Island date palms Phoenix canariensis located in public gardens within Palma city and monitored between 2011 and 2017. We coded yearly observations on each palm (first seven columns on the excel file) into individual histories using the four following codes: 1 = palm tree apparently healthy (i.e. with no signs of weevil infestation); 2 = palm tree infested by red palm weevil and treated with a partial pruning (i.e. curative treatment); 3 = palm tree infested by red palm weevil and treated with a total cut (i.e. destructive treatment);0 = palm tree that no longer exist due to a destructive treatment applied the previous year. Columns 8 to 15 indicate the individual covariates used as linear predictors of infestation probabilities: the number of palms (P. canariensis and P. dactylifera) within a 500 m radius from each palm monitored. We sorted palms into public (“public”, i.e. those directly managed by the city council) and private (“priv”), differentiating in this last case between palms under the responsibility of other governmental entities (e.g. schools, namely “ent”) and those belonging to particular owners in private areas (e.g. hotels or other private gardens, namely “part”)., This dataset was used to analyze the infestation probabilities of Canary Island date palms by Red palm weevils., We acknowledge financial support through projects ‘Vicenç Mut’ PD/003/2016 and Ramón y Cajal RYC-2017- 22796., Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/197561
Dataset. 2020

ORNAMENTAL THROAT FEATHERS PREDICT TELOMERE DYNAMIC AND HATCHING SUCCESS IN SPOTLESS STARLING (STURNUS UNICOLOR) MALES [DATASET]

  • Azcárate-García, Manuel
  • Ruiz-Rodríguez, Magdalena
  • Díaz-Lora, Silvia
  • Ruiz-Castellano, Cristina
  • Martín-Vivaldi, Manuel
  • Figuerola, Jordi
  • Martínez-de la Puente, Josué
  • Tomás, Gustavo
  • Pérez-Contreras, Tomás
  • Soler, Juan José
Sexually selected signals reliably reflect individual phenotypic or genetic quality and, thus, survival prospects of holders. Telomere length is considered a good predictor of life expectancy and, consequently, exploring the links between telomere length and sexually selected traits is much needed to better understand the mechanisms that maintain the honesty of sexual signals. We manipulated the length of throat feathers in spotless starling (Sturnus unicolor) males (a sexually selected signal) before reproduction and explored its effects on telomere shortening and breeding performance in subsequent reproductive events. We did not detect an effect of the feathers clipping manipulation, but males with longer throat feathers before the experiment had shorter telomeres that also shortened more slowly than those of males with shorter throat feathers did. Moreover, length of throat feathers of males before manipulation was positively related to hatching success of second clutches. Thus, correlative but not experimental results support the expected associations between sexually selected signals, telomeres and reproduction. We discuss such results in scenarios of sexual selection where feather length reflects, but does not directly cause, telomere attrition and enhanced reproductive success. Males with longer throat feathers might be older, more experienced males (i.e., with shorter telomeres), able to buffer telomere shortening between reproductive events. Because of the absence of experimental effects, differential incubation effort of females cannot explain the detected association with hatching success, but other sexually selected traits that covary with throat-feather length could be responsible. Exploring those physiological and/or morphological characteristics related to throat-feather length should therefore be the matter of future research, This work was supported by the currently named Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades and European (FEDER) funds (CGL2013-48193-C3-1-P, CGL2017-83103-P, CGL2017-89063-P, CGL2015-65055-P and PGC2018-095704-B-100). MAG was financed by a predoctoral contract (BES-2014-068661) from the Spanish Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad, and GT by the Ramón y Cajal Programme., Reproductive data; Telomere data, Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/197644
Dataset. 2020

DATASET OF WHOLE-ROCK, GLASS AND MINERAL GEOCHEMICAL DATA OF RECENT SHOSHONITIC VOLCANISM OF PUNA, CENTRAL VOLCANIC ZONE OF ANDES: SAN JERÓNIMO AND NEGRO DE CHORRILLOS VOLCANOES

  • Fernandez-Turiel, J. L.
  • Perez-Torrado, F. J.
  • Saavedra, J.
  • Rejas, M.
  • Rodriguez-Gonzalez, A.
  • Aulinas, M.
This dataset contains analytical data of whole rock as well as of mineral macrocrysts and microcrysts, and glasses of the Pleistocene shoshonitic San Jerónimo and Negro de Chorrillos volcanoes in the Puna, Central Volcanic Zone of Andes (NW Argentina). Whole rock major and some trace elements (Ba, Cr, Ni, Rb, Sr, V, Y, Zn and Zr) were determined by X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometry at the Scientific and Technological Centers of the University of Barcelona (CCiTUB). Additional trace elements (Nb, Ta, Cs, Hf, Pb, Th, U and the rare Earth elements or REE) were analysed by High Resolution-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry (HR-ICP- MS) at the Laboratory of Geochemistry labGEOTOP (ICTJA, CSIC, Barcelona). The major composition of olivine, pyroxenes, phlogopite, feldspars, spinel, and apatite as well as of glasses were analysed in situ at the CCiTUB using an electron microprobe analyser (EMPA). The dataset contains also a compilation of whole-rock major and trace elements concentrations, and isotope ratios of San Jerónimo and Negro de Chorrillos volcanoes and other shoshonitic centres of the Puna from published data., Project QUECA (ref. CGL2011-23307, MINECO); Project LAJIAL (ref. PGC2018-101027-B-I00, MCIU/AEI/FEDER, EU). Research Consolidated Groups GEOVOL (Canary Islands Government, ULPGC) and GEOPAM (Generalitat de Catalunya, 2017 SGR 1494). We acknowledge the assistance in the analytical work of labGEOTOP Geochemistry Laboratory (infrastructure co–funded by ERDF–EU Ref. CSIC08–4E–001) of ICTJA, CSIC., Filename 0: Shoshonites_Puna-geochemistry-0_metadata.xlsx; Filename 1: Shoshonites_Puna-geochemistry-1-whole_rock_this_work-compilation.xlsx; Filename 2: NShoshonites_Puna-geochemistry-2_EMP-olivine.xlsx; Filename 3: Shoshonites_Puna-geochemistry-3_EMP-pyroxenes.xlsx; Filename 4: Shoshonites_Puna-geochemistry-4_EMP-phlogopite.xlsx; Filename 5: Shoshonites_Puna-geochemistry-5_EMP-feldspars.xlsx; Filename 6: Shoshonites_Puna-geochemistry-6_EMP-glass.xlsx; Filename 7: Shoshonites_Puna-geochemistry-7_EMP-spinel.xlsx; Filename 8: Shoshonites_Puna-geochemistry-8_EMP-apatite.xlsx, No

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/197682
Dataset. 2020

CIMDEF: A WIDE-ANGLE DEEP SEISMIC REFLECTION PROFILE IN THE CENTRAL IBERIAN ZONE

  • Ayarza, P.
  • Carbonell, Ramón
The CIMDEF experiment consists on two NW-SE to N-S oriented deep seismic reflection transects and one E-W oriented in the W of Spain. It aimed to sample the Variscan Central Iberian Zone. This transect was designed to be the northward continuation of the ALCUDIA seismic profile, EU - EIT Raw Materials, 17024_20170331_92304. Spanish National Research Program, CGL2014-56548-P; CGL2016-81964-REDE, Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/197693
Dataset. 2020

SURVEY & TRAITS DATASETS

  • Laiolo, Paola
  • Pato Fernández, Joaquina
  • Jiménez Alfaro, Borja
  • Obeso Suárez, José Ramón
We compiled datasets using own data and literature data of surveys carried out in the Cantabrian Mountains, NW Spain, and a dataset of functional traits of the species of surveys. In Survey Datasets, data are presented as Site (Row) x Species (Column) matrices in which 1 indicate presence and 0 absence of a given species in a given site; habitat and geographic information are provided in additional columns. In Trait Datasets, data are presented as Species (Row) x Trait (Column) matrices., No

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