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doi:10.34810/data957
Dataset. 2023

DATA OF THE ARTICLE "EXAMINING THE ADSORPTION OF GASES INTO SOLID CRYSTALLINE MOLECULAR COPPER(II) 3,5-BIS(TRIFLUOROMETHYL)BENZOATE DERIVATIVES"

  • Vallcorba Valls, Oriol
  • Fraile-Sainz, Julio C.
  • Domingo, Concepcion
  • Ayllon, Jose Antonio
The data set contains the experimental results of the figures shown in the article, including the figures in the supplementary materials. They were used to characterize the texture of the samples (adsoption/desoption of gases), it crystalline nature and modification due to temperature and/or gas pressure variations, and their thermal estability.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data958
Dataset. 2024

REPLICATION DATA FOR: "CONSISTENCY IN CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT REPORTS AMONG INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES DEPENDS ON SITE CONTEXTS"

  • Schunko, Christoph
  • Reyes Garcia, Victoria
Indigenous Peoples and local communities are heavily affected by climate change impacts in the atmospheric system and on biophysical elements that support their livelihood activities. Investigating local understandings of these changes, and their patterned distribution, is essential to effectively support monitoring and adaptation strategies. In this study, we aimed to understand the consistency in climate change impact reports among Indigenous Peoples and local communities and factors influencing consistency at site and individual levels. We conducted cross-cultural research among iTaukei (Fiji), Dagomba (Ghana), Fisher (Tanzania), Tsimane’ (Bolivia), Bassari (Senegal), Ribeirinhos (Brazil), Mapuche (Chile), Mongolian (China), Tibetan (China) and Daasanach (Kenya) communities using semi-structured interviews, focus groups and surveys among 1,860 individuals. We found that more than two-thirds of individual reports of climate change impacts match site-confirmed reports. Consistency in reports is higher for changes related to pastoralism than crop production and wild plant gathering and higher for changes related to temperature, seasons and precipitation than air masses. Individual nature experience, Indigenous and local knowledge and local family roots are not significantly associated with consistency in reports across sites, but site-specific associations are prevalent. These results indicate that despite high average consistency among sites, there is considerable variation caused by site-specific factors, including livelihood activities pursued, socio-cultural settings and environmental conditions. Site contexts and related consistency in climate change impact reports need to be taken into account for climate change monitoring and adaptation planning.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data95
Dataset. 2021

TOTAL ION CHROMATOGRAMS OBTAINED BY SPME-GC-MS OF VOLATILE FINGERPRINT OF OLIVE OIL SAMPLES (N=174)

  • Quintanilla-Casas, Beatriz
  • Bustamante Alonso, Julen
  • Guardiola Ibarz, Francesc
  • García-González, Diego Luis
  • Barbier, Sara
  • Bendini, Alessandra
  • Gallina Toschi, Tullia
  • Vichi, S. (Stefania)
  • Tres Oliver, Alba
Dataset containing SPME-GC-MS raw analytical data (total ion chromatograms, not aligned) obtained and used by Quintanilla-Casas et al. (LWT - Food Science and Technology 121: 108936). Data correspond to the volatile fingerprint of 174 authentic and traceable virgin olive oil samples previously graded by six official sensory panels (data from 2 outlier samples are not included) in the framework of OLEUM project (EC H2020 Programme 2014–2020). Briefly, data correspond to SPME-GC-MS scan intensities of the total ion chromatogram at each retention time from 5.5 to 61.96 min. These data were aligned and used under a fingerprinting approach by Quintanilla-Casas et al. to develop a classification model (PLS-DA approach) to verify the sensory quality of virgin olive oils, and it was suggested as an instrumental method to support sensory panels.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data96
Dataset. 2021

SUPPLEMENTAL DATA OF: STABLE OXYGEN ISOTOPES REVEAL HABITAT USE BY MARINE MAMMALS IN THE RÍO DE LA PLATA ESTUARY AND ADJOINING ATLANTIC OCEAN

  • Drago, Massimiliano
  • Valdivia, Meica
  • Bragg, Daniel
  • González, Enrique M.
  • Aguilar, Àlex
  • Cardona Pascual, Luis
The bone stable oxygen isotope values and the distance of the stranding site from the innermost point of the estuary for thirteen marine mammal species (Otaria flavescens, Arctocephalus australis, Pontoporia blainvillei, Ziphius cavirostris, Phocoena dioptrica, Phocoena spinipinnis, Delphinus delphis, Globicephala melas, Grampus griseus, Lagenodelphis hosei, Orcinus orca, Pseudorca crassidens and Tursiops truncatus) from the Río de la Plata estuary and the adjoining western South Atlantic Ocean. Stable oxygen isotope values (δ18O) are reported relative to the Vienna Standard Mean Oceanic Water (V-SMOW).

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data973
Dataset. 2023

RAW DATA TO SUPPORT THE MANUSCRIPT "CARBON AND NITROGEN OPTIMIZATION IN SOLID-STATE FERMENTATION FOR SUSTAINABLE SOPHOROLIPIDS PRODUCTION USING INDUSTRIAL WASTE"

  • Eras Muñoz, Estefanía Nathaly
  • Gea Leiva, Teresa
  • Font i Segura, Xavier
Raw data of a set of experiments aimed to evaluate the influence of hydrophilic carbon and nitrogen sources on the production of deacetylated lactonic C18:1 sophorolipid focusing on the variation of glucose and urea ratio by applying a Box-Behnken design (BBD)

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data974
Dataset. 2023

REPLICATION DATA FOR: EVERYDAY SEXISM IN NURSING DEGREES: A CROSS-SECTIONAL, MULTICENTER STUDY

  • Feijoo Cid, Maria
  • Biurrun-Garrido, Ainoa
  • Llena-Riu, Andres
  • Torrente-Jimenez, Ramón Sebastián
  • Cámara-Liebana, David
  • Gasch-Gallén, Angel
Datos que contienen variables sociodemográficas y percepción de machismos cotidianos de estudiantes de enfermería tanto en el aula como en prácticas.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data976
Dataset. 2024

REPLICATION DATA FOR: CONE YIELD, RING-WIDTH AND ISOTOPIC RECORDS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF TREE-RING ISOTOPIC IMPRINTS ON TIME-SERIES OF REPRODUCTIVE EFFORT IN STONE PINE (PINUS PINEA L.)

  • Shestakova, Tatiana A.
  • Sin Casas, Esther
  • Gordo, Francisco Javier
  • Voltas Velasco, Jordi
A long-term dataset (ca. 60 years; 1960-2016) of reproduction, ring-width and stable isotopes (C and O) of five productive stands of Pinus pinea from the Spanish central Plateau (Valladolid province, Spain). Climate records are also included (Valladolid station, Spain) for modelling stand responses to climate.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data977
Dataset. 2023

SOCIAL NETWORKS IN IBERO-AMERICAN FILM CULTURE DURING THE FIRST HALF OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: LOLA ÁLVAREZ BRAVO, VICTORIA OCAMPO, MARÍA LUZ MORALES, AND THE RELATIONS BETWEEN IBERO-AMERICAN FILM CLUBS

  • Clariana Rodagut, Ainamar
  • Cardillo, Alessio
  • Ikoff, Ventsislav
  • del Solar-Escardó, Jimena
  • Roig-Sanz, Diana
This dataset contains data on networks of relationships between intellectuals, organizations, and events related to the Ibero-American film field. Specifically, we reconstruct a network among Ibero-American film clubs and the personal networks of three women: the Argentinean intellectual Victoria Ocampo, the Spanish journalist María Luz Morales, and the Mexican photographer Lola Álvarez Bravo. This dataset allows us to explore the relationships of the aforementioned actors with other intellectuals, events and organizations by expanding the range of their relationships and activities via the “follow the actor” tenet of Bruno Latour’s Actor-Network Theory. The files contain the necessary data to reproduce the visualizations included in the PhD thesis entitled “Networks of Empowerment: Women in the Early Ibero-American Film Clubs (1909 to 1959)”, authored by Ainamar Clariana-Rodagut (please see chapters 2.3, 3.1, 3.2 and 3.3). These visualizations are also available online in their interactive version at [https://global-ls.github.io/filmculture-socnet/]. The visualizations have been created using the open graph visualization software Gephi 0.10.1, (https://gephi.org/), but can be obtained with any other network visualization tool.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data980
Dataset. 2023

BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATA FOR WIKIPEDIA GENDER GAP: A SCOPING REVIEW

  • Ferran Ferrer, Núria
  • Boté Vericad, Juan José
  • Minguillón i Alfonso, Julià
The following dataset corresponds to the bibliographic data analysed in the publication titled 'Wikipedia Gender Gap: A Scoping Review'. The data is used for a scoping review assessing results on the content gap, editing and participation bias, readership imbalances, and strategies to mitigate the gender gap. Furthermore, it explores the repercussions of this gap and categorizes the contributing factors as “the women’s problem,” “the mirror effect,” and “the systemic problem.” Overall, this comprehensive review enhances our comprehension of the Wikipedia gender gap and provides valuable insights into the research landscape in this domain. The results of the review are available in the related publication.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data981
Dataset. 2023

ROCA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROJECT: LIST OF THE CERAMICS SAMPLED FOR THE ANALYTICAL STUDY

  • Francesco Iacono
  • Mentesana, Roberta Bruna
The dataset refers to the study of the pottery production at the site of Roca Vecchia (Melendugno-Lecce, IT) as part of the Roca Archaeological Survey project (RAS) of the University of Bologna (Italy). Roca (or Rocavecchia or Roca Vecchia) was one of the most important sites for the Bronze Age of the Central Mediterranean, which shows a complex history of building and destruction phases and the interactions of different cultural groups. 68 ceramic individuals were sampled spanning from the Middle to the Final Bronze Age phases of the site aiming at exploring how changes in the settlement are matched in technological choices made by the people responsible for the production of impasto (local) pottery at Roca

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