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MATCHING HABITAT CHOICE: IT'S NOT FOR EVERYONE [DATASET]

  • Camacho, Carlos
  • Hendry, Andrew P.
Data set supporting the results of the article "Matching habitat choice: it's not for everyone”, published in Oikos (2019). 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 morphology, microhabitat selection, and reproductive success of male and female sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) breeding in 1995 and 1996 in Pick Creek (59° 33’ 00’’N, 159° 04’ 18’’W), a small (2nd order) creek flowing into Lake Nerka, in the Wood River Lakes system, Alaska. The analysis presented in this article is based on 255 females (86 in 1995 and 169 in 1996) and 202 males (63 in 1995 and 139 in 1996). Further details of the field procedures are provided in the article., Peer reviewed

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DEEP SEISMIC REFLECTION PROFILE (IBSERSEIS NORMAL INCIDENCE TRANSECT), IBERSEIS NI - RAW DATA

  • Pérez-Estaún, Andrés
  • Simancas, José Fernando
  • González-Lodeiro, Francisco
  • Ayarza, P.
  • Azor, Antonio
  • Juhlin, C.
  • Sáez, R.
  • Almodóvar, G. R.
  • Carbonell, Ramón
IBERSEIS is a 303 km long deep seismic reflection profile. The transect was recorded in 56 days (from May to July 2001) using a 400 channel SERCEL 388 and five 22 Ton Vibroseis trucks. The asymmetric split spread configuration changed along the profile according to the dips of outcropping structures. To achieve a high resolution at shallow levels and to image steep dips, a 35 m station spacing and a 70 m Vibration Point interval was used with a high fold (60 in average). A relatively long sweep (20 s) was chosen to increase the source energy rather than increasing the number of sweeps per Vibration Point. The migrated and stack dataset derived from this raw data are available in http://hdl.handle.net/10261/220989, IBSERSEIS NI: Migrated and stack files: http://dx.doi.org/10.20350/digitalCSIC/12643 ; http://hdl.handle.net/10261/220989, IBERSEIS Normal Incidence (IBERSEIS-NI) is a NE-SW oriented deep seismic reflection profile that provided for the first time a complete section at crustal scale of the Variscan Iberian Massif in the SW of Spain. This seismic profile samples three major tectonic terranes: the South Portuguese Zone, the Ossa-Morena Zone, and the Central Iberian Zone. These terranes show a distinctive seismic signature, as do the sutures separating them. Late strike-slip movements through crustal wedges are apparent in the seismic image and have strongly modified the geometry of sutures. The upper crust appears to be decoupled from the lower crust all along the seismic line, but some deformation has been accommodated at deeper levels. A sill-like structure is imaged in the middle crust as a 1–2 s thick and 175 km long high-amplitude conspicuous reflective band. It is interpreted as a great intrusion of mafic magma in a mid-crustal decollement. Taking into account surface geological data and the revealed crustal architecture, a tectonic evolution is proposed for SW Iberia which includes transpressional collision interacting during Early Carboniferous with a mantle plume. The Moho can be identified along the entire transect as subhorizontal and located at 10 to 11 s, indicating a 30–35 km average crustal thickness. Its seismic signature changes laterally, being very reflective beneath the South Portuguese Zone and the Central Iberian Zone, but discontinuous and diffuse below the Ossa Morena Zone., Comisión Interministerial de Ciencia y Tecnología-Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional (CICYT-FEDER), 1FD1997-2179/RYEN1.-- Junta de Andalucía.-- ENRESA.-- Swedish Research Council.-- Instituto Geológico y Minero de España.-- Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology, BTE2000-0583-C02-01, BTE2000-3035-E, BTE2000-1490-C02-01, Peer reviewed

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WIDE-ANGLE DEEP SEISMIC REFLECTION PROFILE (IBSERSEIS WIDE-ANGLE TRANSECT)

  • Palomeras, Imma
  • Simancas, José Fernando
  • Ayarza, P.
  • González-Lodeiro, Francisco
  • Pérez-Estaún, Andrés
  • Azor, Antonio
  • Carbonell, Ramón
The wide-angle seismic reflection data set consists of two transects. Transect A coincides with the trace of the IBERSEIS deep seismic reflection profile and transect B is located farther to the SE. The explosive charge was located in a single 20 cm diameter, 50–60-m deep shothole. Explosive shots with charge sizes of 1000, 750 and 500 kg, where distributed along the transect, with the largest charges located at the edges of the profile. 650 digital seismic recorders (590 Texans and 60 3-component Refteks) from IRIS (Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology) instrument pool where used. These instruments where placed along the 300-km transect A at a 400-m station spacing. For transect B, a denser trace spacing was used. To achieve this, shots were fired twice. The stations were firstly placed at 300–400 m spacing along transect B. Once the shots were fired, the stations were moved 150–200 m toward the north along the profile. All shots were then fired a second time, resulting in shot records with a 150–200 m trace spacing., The IBERSEIS wide-angle seismic reflection dataset consists of two NE-SW oriented transects acquired in the SW of the Iberian Massif. They crossed three major geological zones (South Portuguese Zone, Ossa-Morena Zone, and Central Iberian Zone), with their tectonic contacts and the Pyrite Belt being of greatest interest. The velocity models obtained by forward modeling show a complex crust, especially in the middle crust. The velocity models are the most detailed ones that have been produced in the area and contain a large amount of new features that are relevant to the understanding of the composition of the crust and upper mantle beneath the zone., Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, CGL2004-04623, CSD2006-00041.-- Generalitat de Catalunya.-- Junta de Andalucía.--, Peer reviewed

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DEEP SEISMIC REFLECTION PROFILE (ALCUDIA NORMAL INCIDENCE TRANSECT)

  • Pérez-Estaún, Andrés
  • Simancas, José Fernando
  • González-Lodeiro, Francisco
  • Ayarza, P.
  • Azor, Antonio
  • Martínez Poyatos, D.
  • Carbonell, Ramón
The ALCUDIA transect is a 230 km long, vertical incidence deep seismic reflection profile acquired in 2007. The acquisition parameters, 35 m station spacing, 70 m Vibration Point spacing resulted in a 60-90 fold high resolution seismic reflection image. A 20 s long Vibroseis sweep with frequencies between 8-80 Hz was recorded by a 400 station recording cable and 14 km long split spread configuration., ALCUDIA Normal Incidence (ALCUDIA-NI) is a NE-SW oriented vertical incidence deep seismic reflection transect in the SW of Spain that aimed to image the Variscan Iberian Massif. This transect sampled the Central Iberian Zone and was designed to be the northward continuation of the IBERSEIS-NI seismic profile. The processed image shows a weakly reflective upper crust, a thick, highly reflective and laminated lower crust, and a flat Moho located at 10 s TWTT (30 km depth). The transect can be divided into three segments with different structural styles in the lower crust. In the central segment, the lower crust is imaged by regular, horizontal and parallel reflectors, whereas in the northern and southern segments it displays oblique reflectors interpreted as an important thrust (north) and tectonic wedging involving the mantle (south). The ALCUDIA-NI shows that in an intracontinental orogenic crust, far from the suture zones, the upper and lower crust may react differently to shortening in different sectors, which is taken as evidence for decoupling. The interpreted structures, as deduced from surface geology and the seismic image, show that deformation was distributed homogeneously in the upper crust, whereas it was concentrated in wedge/thrust structures at specific sectors in the lower crust., Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, CGL2004-04623/BTE, CSD2006-00041.-- Ministerio de economía y competitividad, CGL2007-63101/BTE.-- Ministerio de economía y competitividad; Fondos Europeos de desarrollo regional (FEDER), CGL2011-24101.-- Junta de Castilla-La Mancha.--, Peer reviewed

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WIDE-ANGLE DEEP SEISMIC REFLECTION PROFILE (ALCUDIA WIDE-ANGLE TRANSECT)

  • Pérez-Estaún, Andrés
  • Ayarza, P.
  • Martínez Poyatos, D.
  • Simancas, José Fernando
  • Azor, Antonio
  • Carbonell, Ramón
The acquisition design included three lines of receivers, having a total length of ca. 350 km. The main line, ALCUDIA-WA, is ca. 310 km long strikes NE-SW to NNE-SSW, it is approximately perpendicular to the structural grain. A 40 km long line of receivers that trends NNW-SSE was deployed perpendicular to the Central System (CS) mountain range. Over 900 TEXANS (single component, digital recording seismic station) from the IRIS-PASSCAL Instrument Pool were deployed from the northern boundary of the Ossa-Morena Zone to the alpine thrust representing the southern boundary of the CS. The entire ALCUDIA-WA survey had a nominal shot and receiver spacing of 70 km and 400m, respectively. Five explosive sources, each one consisting in 1 TM of explosive, were placed in ~55m deep single boreholes, providing a signal rich in high frequencies resulting in shot records characterized by high signal-to-noise ratio. For this reason, these data can be qualified as a high-resolution wide-angle data set., The high-resolution, wide-angle seismic reflection experiment, ALCUDIA-WA, was acquired in 2012 across central Iberia, aiming to constrain the lithospheric structure and resolve the physical properties of the crust and upper mantle. The seismic transect, ca. 310 km long, crossed the Central Iberian Zone from its suture with the Ossa Morena Zone to the southern limit of the Central System mountain range., Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, CGL2004-04623/BTE, CGL2007-63101/BTE, CGL2011-24101, CSD2006-00041.--, Peer reviewed

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HIGH-THROUGHPUT EVALUATION AND HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGING OF TERNARY ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS. DATASET

  • Harillo Baños, Albert
  • Rodríguez Martínez, Xabier
  • Garriga Bacardi, Miquel
  • Campoy Quiles, Mariano
The dataset here provided corresponds to the open access article with DOI 10.1002/aenm.201902417. The package contains the raw data (Raman spectra, photocurrent, photoluminescence, reflectivity) extracted from ternary organic solar cells processed following combinatorial schemes. The datasets used to build the figures of the main article are included as well to reproduce the depicted illustrations., The dataset is divided into two main folders. The "Raw data" folder contains the raw Raman, photoluminescence, absorption, reflectivity and photocurrent hyperspectral imaging data took in ternary organic solar cells. The "Figures" folder contains the data points required to reproduce the figures of the main manuscript (including the Supplementary Information)., Peer reviewed

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THE R CODE USED TO PERFORM THE SIMULATIONS TO ASSESS WHETHER THE REWIRING OF MYCORRHIZAE INTERACTIONS IS PHYLOGENETICALLY CONSERVED

  • Montesinos-Navarro, Alicia
  • Díaz, G.
  • Torres Martínez, María Pilar
  • Caravaca Ballester, María Fuensanta
  • Roldán Garrigos, Antonio
We sampled 15 individuals along a random transect with a length proportional to each fragment size (i.e. 225 individuals across fragments). The individuals sampled represent the relative abundances of the plant species in each fragment. Fungal DNA was extracted of the roots of each plant individual. All analyses were performed in the free software environment R version 3.5.2. R Core Team, R: A language and environment for statistical computing. R Foundation for Statistical Computing, Vienna, Austria. 2013, (2015)., R code (R v. 3.5.2) to perform the simulations to assess whether the rewiring of mycorrhizae interactions is phylogenetically conserved (i.e. the non-preferred hosts tend to be close relatives to the preferred hosts)., Impacto de la fragmentación del hábitat en la diversidad de hongos MA en ecosistemas de yesos como indicador de vulnerabilidad al cambio climático (CGL2013-42312-R), Peer reviewed

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ARCTIC SEA SURFACE SALINITY L3 MAPS (V.3.0) [DATASET]

  • Martínez, Justino
  • Gabarró, Carolina
  • Turiel, Antonio
Develop a new algorithm and novel approaches with the aim of producing the best quality SSS product of the Arctic region of well-characterized accuracy using SMOS data. Data acquisition Satellite: ESA SMOS mission (Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity). Time coverage: 01 January, 2011 - 31 August, 2019. Time resolution: 9 days. Maps frequency generation: Daily. Spatial coverage: Latitude range: 50ºN-90ºN Longitude range: 180ºW-180ºE. Spatial resolution: 25 km. Spatial projection: Lambert Azimuthal Equal Area. Spatial grid: WGS 84 / NSIDC EASE-Grid 2.0 North (EPGS:6931). Format NetCDF. Climate and Forecast (CF) conventions version: 1.6., Project Arctic+ salinity. Funding European Space Agency under contract 4000125590/18/I-BG, Sea surface salinity; Sea surface salinity uncertainty; Sea surface salinity anomaly; Sea surface salinity quality flag, Peer reviewed

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[DATASET] COMPETITION IS THE UNDERLYING MECHANISM CONTROLLING VISCOUS FINGERING AND WORMHOLE GROWTH

  • Cabeza, Y.
  • Hidalgo, Juan J.
  • Carrera, Jesús
This file contains data about wormhole and viscous finger growth. The contents of the zip file are: DissolutionCapacity.dat: Dissolution capacity versus Péclet and Damköhler numbers. Competition-ViscFing-Da0.dat: Comparison of competition model with viscous fingering data. Competition-ViscFing-Da32e-2.dat: Comparison of competition model plus chemistry with viscous fingering data. Competition-Wh-Da06.dat: Comparison of competition model with wormhole data. Competition-Wh-Da0.dat: Comparison of competition model without chemistry with wormhole data ViscFing-versus-depth.dat: Number of viscous fingers versus depth for different number of initial fingers. Wormholes-versus-depth.dat: Number of wormholes depth for different Damköhler x Tau numbers., Peer reviewed

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