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[DATASET] HOW EQUIVALENT ARE EQUIVALENT POROUS MEDIA?

  • Zareidarmiyan, Ahmad
  • Parisio, Francesco
  • Makhnenko, Roman Y.
  • Salarirad, Hossein
  • Vilarrasa, Víctor
This dataset is composed of the input files of the numerical models for simulating isothermal and cold water injection and production from a fractured medium and its equivalent porous medium. The input files of each numerical simulation are included in a folder. The names of the folders and the description of the model are: - “1_Hontomin_HM_30y.gid”: simulation of water injection and production from a fractured reservoir under isothermal conditions - “2_Hontomin_HM_Eq_30y.gid”: simulation of water injection and production from an equivalent porous medium under isothermal conditions - “3_Hontomin_THM_30y.gid”: simulation of cold water injection and production from a fractured reservoir - “4_Hontomin_THM_Eq_30y.gid”: simulation of cold water injection and production from an equivalent porous medium Each folder includes a file with the name of the folder that ended as “_gen.dat” which contains the input data of the model, including material properties, initial and boundary conditions and the time intervals. There is also a file ended as “_gri.dat” that includes the information on the mesh. The “root.dat” includes the name of the model. To run simulations, just execute the Code_Bright executable “Cb_vX_Y.exe” in a folder that contains the three input files and the executable, where X and Y denote the used version of the executable., Peer reviewed

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FIGURE 2. Y FIGURE 3 OF PERSISTENCE OF MICROBIAL EXTRACELLULAR ENZYMES IN SOILS UNDER DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES AND WATER AVAILABILITIES [DATASET]

  • Gómez Fernández, Enrique J.
  • Delgado Romero, José A.
  • González Grau, Juan Miguel
Los datos pertenecen al trabajo: Gómez, E.J., Delgado, J.A., González, J.M. (2020): Persistence of microbial extracellular enzymes in soils under different temperatures and water availabilities Ecology and Evolution (Artícle in press), Figure 2. Decay rates as a function of water availability and temperature for extracellular enzymes from mesophiles and thermophiles at three different soils. Extracellular enzymes: A, B and C (upper row), glucosidases; D, E and F (central row), phosphatases; G, H and I (lower row), proteases. Left column (A, D and G), Seville soil (South Spain); Center column (B, E and H), Cadiz soil (South Spain); Right column (C, F and I), North Spain soil. Symbols: in red, decay of extracellular enzymes from thermophiles at 60ºC; in blue, decay of extracellular enzymes from mesophiles at 20ºC; in black, decay of extracellular enzymes from thermophiles at 20ºC. Points resulted from the average of triplicated samples. Error bars indicate a standard deviation, Figure 3. NMDS ordination of decay rates as a function of temperature, water availability and the soils for glucosidase (A), phosphatase (B) and protease (C) activities. Water activity is shown with brownish filled circles from dark to light in decreasing levels of water activity. Decays at 20ºC and 60ºC by enzymes from mesophilic (M20, down-pointing triangles, and M60, up-pointing triangles, respectively) and thermophilic (T20, squares, and T60, diamonds, respectively) microoorganisms are shown as unfilled symbols for each studied soil (Huesca soil [North Spain] in green, Cadiz soil [South Spain] in blue, Seville soil [South Spain] in red)., No

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CONSORTIUM FOR CONTINENTAL REFLECTION PROFILING: COCORP HARDEMAN COUNTY, TEXAS

  • Oliver, J.
  • Kaufman, S.
The field acquisition unit was a 48- channel MDS 8/Mandrel Data System; geophones were Electro-Technical Laboratory EV22C with a natural frequency of 7Vi Hertz; the VIBROSEIS technique was used, sources being five synchronized vibrators (three Y1100, each of 13V2 ton peak force, and two Y900, each of IOV2 ton peak force). Station spacing: 100 m (330 ft), geophone spread length 4.7 km (15,510 ft). Distance of source station to nearest geophone: 400 m (1,320 ft). 24 geophones per station, spread over a distance of 200 m (660 ft) (100 percent geophone overlap). Vibrator array: (Y900 — Y1100 — Y1100 — Y1100 — Y900) vibrators 18.3 m (60 ft) apart, move-up interval of 6.5 m (20 ft); 16 sweeps summed per record. Pilot signal: 15 sec duration; psweep, 10 to 32 Hertz. 8 msec sampling interval; 30 sec recording duration. Normal vibrator locations were spaced two stations apart., In 1975 the Consortium for Continental Reflection Profiling (COCORP) acquired 37 km of 12-fold commonmidpoint (CMP) stacked seismic reflection profiles in Hardeman County, Texas (Oliver et al. 1976). The entire crustal section was the object of study, so a record length of 15 set (two-way traveltime) was recorded. Three separate profiles were arranged in an H-shaped pattern to provide two-dimensional (2-D) surface coverage., USA National Science Foundation, EAR74-22257, EAR-7713653, EAR-7714674

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THE RIFSIS WIDE-ANGLE REFLECTION EXPERIMENT THROUGH THE RIF CORDILLERA (N MOROCCO)

  • Gallart Muset, Josep
  • Diaz, J.
  • Carbonell, Ramón
In October 2011, we acquired a 330 km-long and a 430 km-long wide-angle seismic reflection profiles oriented, approximately, EW and NS. Each of the 5 sources consisted of 1Tn of chemical explosives in 2 boreholes and was recorded by 845 digital seismographs with one-component 4.5 Hz geophones (Reftek RF125 IRIS-PASSCAL Texans). The average receiver spacing was 750 m. Shots R1 through R3 where located along the NS line, and R3–R5 were along the EW line. Shot R3 is at the intersection of the two profiles. All shots were recorded by all the stations producing fan shots for 3-D control on deep structure. Up to 402 seismographs were deployed along the EW profile and 443 along the NS profile including 35 in Spain. T, The RIFSIS experiment provided the first well-resolved P-wave velocity crustal models of the Rif Cordillera and its southern continuation toward the Atlas made using controlled-source seismic data. Two 300+ km-long wide-angle reflection profiles crossed the Rif along NS and EW trends. The profiles recorded simultaneously five land explosions of 1Tn each using 850 high frequency seismometers., Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación. Plan Nacional de Investigación científica, desarrollo e innovación tecnológica, CGL2009–09727; Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia, CGL2006–00041; Comisión Interministerial de Ciencia y Tecnología (CICYT), CGL2008–03474; United Sstates National Science Foundation (NSF), EAR-0808939, No

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SEISMIC IMAGING OF THE MOROCCAN ATLAS (SIMA): A WIDE-ANGLE REFLECTION PROFILE

  • Ayarza, P.
  • Teixell, A.
  • Carbonell, Ramón
A high-resolution controlled-source wide-angle reflection seismic experiment was carried out in Morocco in spring 2010. The energy released by six explosions was recorded by 939 Reftek 125a stations (Texans) from the IRIS instrument pool. The location of the shots had an average spacing of 70 km between them. The charge (approximately 1 TM) was distributed in 2–4 boreholes per shot point at depths of 30–60 m., The crustal structure and topography of the Moho boundary beneath the Atlas Mountains of Morocco has been constrained by a controlled source, wide-angle seismic reflection transect: the SIMA experiment (Seismic Imaging of the Moroccan Atlas). It is a high resolution seismic profile acquired from the Sahara craton across the High and the Middle Atlas and the Rif Mountains., Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia, CGL2007–63889, CGL2006–00041; Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, CGL2010–15416; Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación. Plan Nacional de Investigación científica, desarrollo e innovación tecnológica, CGL2009–09727; Comisión Interministerial de Ciencia y Tecnología (CICYT), CGL2008–03474-E; European Science Foundation Eurocores, 07-TOPO_EUROPE_FP-006; United States National Science Foundation (NSF), EAR-0808939, No

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SCAMAD - BASE DE DATOS COROLÓGICOS Y FENOLÓGICOS ACERCA DE LA DISTRIBUCIÓN DE LOS ESCARABEIDOS COPRÓFAGOS (COL. SCARABAEOIDEA) DE MADRID

  • Hortal, Joaquín
  • Lobo, Jorge M.
  • Martín Piera, Fermín
SCAMAD es una base de datos corológicos y fenológicos acerca de la distribución de los escarabeidos coprófagos madrileños, creada dentro de Hortal (2004). En este conjunto de datos se recogen dos versiones de esta base de datos: SCAMAD 2.0 (6893 registros), resultante de combinar la información disponible en colecciones y referencias bibliográficas los muestreos llevados a cabo durante Hortal (2004); y SCAMAD 2.1, versión actualizada con información más reciente, hasta verano de 2004 (7116 registros)., Este trabajo forma parte de tesis doctoral de Joaquín Hortal, titulada "Selección y Diseño de Áreas Prioritarias de Conservación de la Biodiversidad mediante Sinecología. Inventario y modelización predictiva de la distribución de los escarabeidos coprófagos (Coleoptera, Scarabaeoidea) de Madrid", realizada entre 1999 y 2004 gracias a la Beca Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales/CSIC/Comunidad de Madrid, y financiada en parte por los proyectos ‘Patrones de diversidad geográfica en insectos: una aproximación a la evaluación de áreas prioritarias de conservación en España Central’ (D.G.I.C.Y.T.; PB97-1149), y ‘Faunística Predictiva: Análisis comparado de la efectividad de distintas metodologías y su aplicación para la selección de reservas naturales’ (REN2001-1136), y al apoyo del proyecto 07M/0080/2002 de la Comunidad de Madrid., Contiene: 1. Archivo Excel con SCAMAD 2.0, SCAMAD 2.1. y leyenda., No

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MAPAS DE DISTRIBUCIÓN GEOGRÁFICA DE ODONATOS DE EUROPA A PARTIR DE ATLAS DE DISTRIBUCIÓN Y BASES DE DATOS ONLINE

  • Gómez Vadillo, Mónica
  • Ronquillo, Cristina
  • Hortal, Joaquín
Mapas de distribución de las especies de odonatos de Europa a escala de cuadrículas de 50 x 50 km, sintetizados a partir de la información disponible en tres publicaciones especializadas, una monografía (Askew 2004), una guía de campo (Dijkstra & Lewington 2006), y un atlas de distribución y estado de conservación (Boudot & Kalkman 2015). Dicha información se complementó con los registros de distribución disponibles en Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF, URL http://www.gbif.org/). Se presentan mapas para todas las especies, y mapas de síntesis con la riqueza total de odonatos, y la riqueza de especies de Zigoptera y Anisoptera por separado., Contiene: 1. Mapas de riqueza de odonatos (Archivo shapefile de ESRI).--2. Mapas de distribución de cada especie europea de Odonata (Archivos shapefile de ESRI) --3. Informe de la Metodología utilizada para generar los mapas., Peer reviewed

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MEAN AND STANDARD ERROR OF AEROSOL PARTICLES CONCENTRATIONS OF VARIOUS FRACTIONS IN THE RANGE 10-420 NM ON THREE STREETS IN MADRID DURING THE BENCHMARK AND MONITORING CAMPAIGNS UNDERTAKEN WITHIN THE PROJECT LIFE+ PHOTOSCALING

  • Nevshupa, Roman
  • Jiménez-Relinque, Eva
  • Grande, María
  • Castellote, Marta
A step toward better understanding of the possible aerosol release from photocatalytic pavements and evaluation of their environmental impacts was made in the recently concluded project (Castellote, 2019). This study was carried out in the project Life+ Photoscaling. It is aimed at assessment of aerosol concentrations at the street, where a photocatalytic pavement was placed. As the concentrations of aerosol particles in urban air depend on many factors including the air circulation patterns, exhaust and non-exhaust sources they are prone to spatial and temporal variations according to hour of day, day of week and season. Hence, it was very important to choose a reliable benchmark, which would allow to assess the effect of photocatalytic pavement on the air contamination by fine and ultrafine particles regardless of temporal variations. The coating was applied on José Antonio de Armona street (A street hereinafter) in Arganzuela district in downtown Madrid. For a primary benchmarking the number particle concentrations were measured on street A before the material application. Furthermore, two neighbouring streets: Bernardino Obregón (B) and Ronda de Valencia (C) were additionally chosen for benchmarking., This study was co-funded by the LIFE program (Project LIFE PHOTOSCALING, LIFE13 ENV/ES/001221, http://www.life-photoscaling.eu/). The authors thank the photocatalytic material manufacturer for supplying the product implemented on the pilot street., 1.Dataset of aerosol particle concentrations on three streets.-- 2. Windrose dataset during benchmark period.-- 3. Windrose dataset during monitoring period, Peer reviewed

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ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY OF RAT HIPPOCAMPUS NOVELTY AND TMAZE

  • Canals Gamoneda, Santiago
  • Álvarez Salvado, Efrén
The dataset contains local field potentials recorded with 32 channel electrodes (Neuronexus) implanted in the dorsal hippocampus of freely moving rats and covering completely the CA1 region and the dentate gyrus (See Readme.txt). Simultaneously (and synchronously) acquired videos of the behaving animals are also included., Study of theta and gamma oscillatory activity in the hippocampus of animals performing in different memory tasks., Peer reviewed

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CENSOS_GATO_MONTES_REPOSITORIO

  • Jiménez-Albarral, José J.
  • Urra, Fermín
  • Jubete, Fernando
  • Román, Jacinto
  • Revilla, Eloy
  • Palomares, Francisco
The information obtained with the database is going to be published in Mammal Research. Mammal Research, formerly published as Acta Theriologica, is an international journal of mammalogy, covering all aspects of mammalian biology. Long-since recognized as a leader in its field, the journal was founded in 1954, and has been exclusively published in English since 1967. ffpaloma@ebd.csic.es, The wildcat is typically found in low densities. Here, we estimated wildcat abundance in an ancient human-transformed landscape of cattle pastures in northern Iberian Peninsula, and their patterns of intra-annual and daily use of pastures. We censused wildcats three times daily (morning, afternoon and night) by linear transect method from a car during four summers. We also carried out four monthly tracks (two in the morning and two in the afternoon) for a complete year. Overall, we recorded 195 wildcats (97.4% in pastures). Thirteen different wildcats were identified and only 29.9% of total records could be assigned to a wildcat. The number of wildcats sighted decreased especially during the last year, when sightings were 52–67% lower than in previous years. Wildcats were seen significantly more during the morning and night censuses than during the afternoon ones. Estimated annual summer densities for the whole study area were between 0.09-0.17 individuals/km2 for the three first years, and on pasture areas ranged between 0.11-0.46 ind/km2. Throughout the year, wildcats were observed 5.9 times more during the second half than during the first half of the year. Our results on wildcat abundance should be taken with caution since they may indicate the use of cattle pastures rather than actual wildcat density in the study area. Nevertheless, it is noteworthy that the ancient human-transformed landscapes for cattle pastures are an important habitat for wildcats in northern Iberian Peninsula, and conserving these areas should be important to maintaining wildcat populations., Peer reviewed

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