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BURJC-Digital. Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
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Otros (other). 1975

ALICIA ALONSO. EDIPO REY. MD_AA_(A-E)_S_115/981

  • Instituto Universitario de Danza Alicia Alonso
  • Marzano, M.
Coreografía: Jorge Lefebre sobre texto de Sófocles. Música: Bruno Maderna y banda sonora de Leo Vanhurenbeck (luego música de Leo Brouwer). Diseños: Jean Charles Aimée Estreno: Sala García Lorca del Gran Teatro de la Habana Noviembre 5 de 1970. Fecha: 20 de abril de 1975.

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Otros (other). 1931

ALICIA ALONSO. EDIPO REY. MD_AA_(A-E)_S_115/982

  • Instituto Universitario de Danza Alicia Alonso
Coreografía: Jorge Lefebre sobre texto de Sófocles. Música: Bruno Maderna y banda sonora de Leo Vanhurenbeck (luego música de Leo Brouwer). Diseños: Jean Charles Aimée Estreno: Sala García Lorca del Gran Teatro de la Habana Noviembre 5 de 1970.

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BURJC-Digital. Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
oai:eciencia.urjc.es:10115/10384
Otros (other). 1931

ALICIA ALONSO. EDIPO REY. MD_AA_(A-E)_S_116/983

  • Instituto Universitario de Danza Alicia Alonso
Coreografía: Jorge Lefebre sobre texto de Sófocles. Música: Bruno Maderna y banda sonora de Leo Vanhurenbeck (luego música de Leo Brouwer). Diseños: Jean Charles Aimée Estreno: Sala García Lorca del Gran Teatro de la Habana Noviembre 5 de 1970.

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BURJC-Digital. Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
oai:eciencia.urjc.es:10115/29562
Conferencia académica (lecture). 2021

KONSUM COLECCIÓN DE MODA DE REALIDAD VIRTUAL

  • Iszoro Zak, Eva
KONSUM Apocalipsis la Nueva Realidad, es una colección de moda que hace referencia a la catástrofe económica que ha provocado la pandemia del COVID 19 y explora nuevos horizontes que hace posible la realidad virtual. La crisis supone una catástrofe sanitaria y de consumo así como la reorientación de las preferencias de los consumidores que aún con un alto poder adquisitivo, una vez que la mayoría de los eventos sociales han sido cancelados, carece de oportunidades para vestirse de manera especial en los espacios públicos, pudiendo hacerlo en ambientes más íntimos y reducidos o incluso familiares. ¿El consumidor habitual de moda de diseñador sigue comprando? ¿Qué compras si tu relación con el exterior tiende a ser muy limitada? ¿Han cambiado sus áreas de consumo? ¿Las personas retenidas durante el encierro se visten bien en casa, usan ropa cara o solo usan chándales? ¿Es el chándal la prenda favorita para estar cómodo en casa? Si bien la tendencia Athleisure ya era significativa antes de la pandemia, ¿su impacto es aún mayor? ¿Cuáles son las actividades necesarias e imprescindibles que aún hay que hacer para vestir realmente bien, independientemente de la existencia de una crisis sanitaria? ¿La gente, a pesar de todo, sigue casándose? ¿Será el vestido de novia el vestido de gala más destacable? La autora de esta colección pretende dar respuestas intuitivas a las preguntas propuestas. Discerniendo de forma lógica, cómo puede sobrevivir una marca de moda hoy en día? ¿Cuáles son los productos más rentables que se venden ahora? ¿Serán los chándales y los trajes de novia, por los que la gente siempre está dispuesta a pagar más que por otras prendas incluso iguales pero no blancas, las prendas estrella de la nueva temporada? Esta propuesta de colección concreta, se formaliza teniendo en cuenta todas estas premisas, además de apostar fuertemente por prendas creadas con el método de patronaje experimental Accidental Cutting, propiedad intelectual de Eva Iszoro y sello de identidad de la marca. Por otro lado, la moda virtual se explota como medio de expresión puramente artístico. En la realidad virtual, la gravedad no existe, no existen otras limitaciones materiales y es ajena a una sostenibilidad real y tangible en la que se permite gastar cientos de metros de un tejido en una sola prenda. Esto abre puertas a realidades poderosas e inimaginables, así como a soluciones más allá de las limitaciones del mundo físico. La realidad virtual ha permitido a Eva Iszoro ser modelo de su propio desfile, uniendo su cabeza con el cuerpo estándar de una modelo de pasarela. Finalmente, siguiendo la línea catastrófica, gran parte de esta propuesta virtual se sitúa en entornos reales, hostiles e improbables de la gran nevada del frío siberiano que azotó la ciudad de Madrid en enero de 2021. En este tiempo catastrófico, la diseñadora de Accidental Cutting se pregunat qué más podría pasarnos en 2021? Durante estos tiempos sin precedentes, la moda y todos sus procesos se ven afectados. Es una época de incertidumbre y cambios, pero también de innovación y nuevas posibilidades, algo que la diseñadora de la marca pretende explorar. Durante el confinamiento por el COVID 19 aprendió un software de construcción 3D específico, lo que le permitió crear una colección 100% virtual en tiempos en los que el acceso a modelos y costureras reales no era tan obvio., KONSUM! colección de moda de realidad virtual, para otoño invierno 2021/22, fue presentada por la marca Accidental Cutting de Eva Iszoro, en la pasarela de moda internacional de la Semana de la Moda de Londres (London Fashion Week) en Febrero 2021, en un formato de fashion film e imágenes fijas asociadas, ambos de autoría de Eva Iszoro. La música fue compuesta por Johnny Paradiso. https://accidentalcutting.com/konsum-aw-21-22-virtual-fashion-film/ https://youtu.be/XnLDy_pWT1k?feature=shared

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Recercat. Dipósit de la Recerca de Catalunya
oai:recercat.cat:10459.1/64583
Dataset.

AN ADVANCED METHOD BASED ON SURFACE RENEWAL THEORY TO ESTIMATE THE FRICTION VELOCITY AND THE SURFACE HEAT FLUX [RESEARCH DATA]

  • Castellví Sentís, Francesc

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RIO. Repositorio Institucional Olavide
oai:rio.upo.es:10433/9549
Dataset. 2019

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL 1 FROM: STRUBBE D, WHITE R, EDELAAR P, RAHBEK C, SHWARTZ A (2019) ADVANCING IMPACT ASSESSMENTS OF NON-NATIVE SPECIES: STRATEGIES FOR STRENGTHENING THE EVIDENCE-BASE. NEOBIOTA 51: 41-64.

  • Strubbe, Diederik
  • White, Rachel
  • Edelaar, Pim
  • Rahbek, Carsten
  • Shwartz, Assaf
The numbers and impacts of non-native species (NNS) continue to grow. Multiple ranking protocols have been developed to identify and manage the most damaging species. However, existing protocols differ considerably in the type of impact they consider, the way evidence of impacts is included and scored, and in the way the precautionary principle is applied. These differences may lead to inconsistent impact assessments. Since these protocols are considered a main policy tool to promote mitigation efforts, such inconsistencies are undesirable, as they can affect our ability to reliably identify the most damaging NNS, and can erode public support for NNS management. Here we propose a broadly applicable framework for building a transparent NNS impact evidence base. First, we advise to separate the collection of evidence of impacts from the act of scoring the severity of these impacts. Second, we propose to map the collected evidence along a set of distinguishing criteria: where it is published, which methodological approach was used to obtain it, the relevance of the geographical area from which it originates, and the direction of the impact. This procedure produces a transparent and reproducible evidence base which can subsequently be used for different scoring protocols, and which should be made public. Finally, we argue that the precautionary principle should only be used at the risk management stage. Conditional upon the evidence presented in an impact assessment, decision-makers may use the precautionary principle for NNS management under scientific uncertainty regarding the likelihood and magnitude of NNS impacts. Our framework paves the way for an improved application of impact assessments protocols, reducing inconsistencies and ultimately enabling more effective NNS management., Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla. Departamento de Biología Molecular e Ingeniería Bioquímica

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RIO. Repositorio Institucional Olavide
oai:rio.upo.es:10433/9589
Dataset. 2019

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL 1 FROM: LUNA A, EDELAAR P, SHWARTZ A (2019) ASSESSMENT OF SOCIAL PERCEPTION OF AN INVASIVE PARAKEET USING A NOVEL VISUAL SURVEY METHOD. NEOBIOTA 46: 71-89.

  • Luna, Álvaro
  • Edelaar, Pim
  • Shwartz, Assaf
[Esto es una prueba de depósito de datasets en RIO], The perceptions of the general public regarding invasive alien species (IAS) are important in the prevention of future invasions and the success of management programmes. Here we use a novel visual method to investigate the perception of a charismatic IAS, the rose-ringed parakeet, across different stakeholders in Seville, Spain. Respondents were asked to select images of 10 bird species they would like to have present in their surroundings, out of 20 available images, including the parakeet and three other non-natives., UPO

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RIO. Repositorio Institucional Olavide
oai:rio.upo.es:10433/9592
Dataset. 2016

DATA FROM: QUERCUS SUBER DIEBACK ALTERS SOIL RESPIRATION AND NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY IN MEDITERRANEAN FORESTS

  • Avila, José Manuel
  • Gallardo, Antonio
  • Ibánez, Beatriz
  • Gómez-Aparicio, Lorena
There are two spreadsheets with data. The spreadsheet "soil dataset" contains the raw soil data. The spreadsheet "tree dataset" contains the information about neighbour trees (species, position, size and defoliation index). After each data spreadsheet there is a spreadshet with the associated metadata, where a description of all the variables and units can be found. dataset_cicles.xls Publicado anteriormente en Dryad: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6nd4k, An increase in tree mortality rates has been recently detected in forests world-wide. However, few works have focused on the potential consequences of forest dieback for ecosystem functioning. Here we assessed the effect of Quercus suber dieback on carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus cycles in two types of Mediterranean forests (woodlands and closed forests) affected by the aggressive pathogen Phytophthora cinnamomi. We used a spatially explicit neighbourhood approach to analyse the direct effects of Q. suber dieback on soil variables, comparing the impact of Q. suber trees with different health status, as well as its potential long-term indirect effects, comparing the impact of non-declining coexistent species. Quercus suber dieback translated into lower soil respiration rates and phosphorus availability, whereas its effects on nitrogen varied depending on forest type. Coexistent species differed strongly from Q. suber in their effects on nutrient availability, but not on soil respiration rates. Our models showed low interannual but high intra-annual variation in the ecosystem impacts of tree dieback. Synthesis. Our results support that tree dieback might have important short- and long-term impacts on ecosystem processes in Mediterranean forests. With this work, we provide valuable insights to fill the existent gap in knowledge on the ecosystem-level impacts of forest dieback in general and P. cinnamomi-driven mortality in particular. Because the activity and range of this pathogen is predicted to increase due to climate warming, these impacts could also increase in the near future altering ecosystem functioning world-wide., Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla. Departamento de Sistemas Físicos, Químicos y Naturales

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Dataset. 2014

DATA FROM: BEHAVIOUR-RELATED DRD4 POLYMORPHISMS IN INVASIVE BIRD POPULATIONS

  • Mueller, Jakob C.
  • Edelaar, Pim
  • Carrete, Martina
  • Serrano, David
  • Potti, Jaime
  • Blas, Julio
  • Dingemanse, Niels J.
  • Kempenaers, Bart
  • Tella, José Luis
The data file lists genotypes, behavioural phenotypes and relevant cofactors of the Spanish and Portuguese study populations of Yellow-crowned bishops (Euplectes afer). Euplectes_afer_genotypes_phenotypes.txt Publicado anteriormente en Dryad https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.589t0, It has been suggested that individual behavioural traits influence the potential to successfully colonize new areas. Identifying the genetic basis of behavioural variation in invasive species thus represents an important step towards understanding the evolutionary potential of the invader. Here, we sequenced a candidate region for neophilic/neophobic and activity behaviour - the complete exon 3 of the DRD4 gene - in 100 Yellow-crowned bishops (Euplectes afer) from two invasive populations in Spain and Portugal. The same birds were scored twice for activity behaviour while exposed to novel objects (battery or slice of apple) in captivity. Response to novel objects was repeatable (r = 0.41) within individuals. We identified two synonymous DRD4 SNPs that explained on average between 11% and 15% of the phenotypic variance in both populations, indicating a clear genetic component to the neophilic/neophobic/activity personality axis in this species. This consistently high estimated effect size was mainly due to the repeated measurement design, which excludes part of the within-individual nongenetic variance in the response to different novel objects. We suggest that the alternative alleles of these SNPs are likely introduced from the original population and maintained by weak or antagonistic selection during different stages of the invasion process. The identified genetic variants have not only the potential to serve as genetic markers of the neophobic/neophilic/activity personality axis, but may also help to understand the evolution of behaviour in these invasive bird populations., Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla. Departamento de Sistemas Físicos, Químicos y Naturales

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UVaDOC. Repositorio Documental de la Universidad de Valladolid
oai:uvadoc.uva.es:10324/41022
Dataset. 2018

SOIL, CLIMATIC, PHYSIOGRAPHIC AND STAND DATA IN PINUS SYLVESTRIS AND PINUS HALEPENSIS PLANTATIONS IN SPAIN

  • Bueis Mellado, Teresa de los
  • Bravo Oviedo, Felipe
  • Pando Fernández, Valentín
  • Muscoso, Adele
  • Turrión Nieves, María Belén
This dataset contains information about soil physical, chemical and biochemical, climatic, physiographic and stand parameters of 32 plots belonging to the Spanish National Forest Inventory (SNFI) located in Pinus halepensis Mill. plantations and 35 plots belonging to the Sustainable Forest Management Research Institute (iuFOR; University of Valladolid and INIA) located in Pinus sylvestris L. plantations in Spain., Parameters included in the dataset: Plot: plot identification in the SNFI and iuFOR networks. Species: species present in each plot (1: Pinus sylvestris; 2: Pinus halepensis) Slope: gradient in the plot in percentage. Altitude: elevation of the plot in meters above the sea level Latitude and Longitude: geographical coordinates of the plots in degrees Density: number of trees per hectare in the plot Dg: quadratic mean diameter in centimetersç Hm: mean height in meters of the trees in the plot H0; dominant height in meters of the trees in the plot BA: basal area of the plot in square meters per hectare SI: site index; dominant height of the trees in the plot at the reference age (80 years for Pinus halepensis and 50 years for Pinus sylvestris stands) SQ: the site quality class Age: average age in years of the trees in the plot AW: soil available water in percentage CO: soil coarse particles in percentage Porosity: soil porosity in percentage CLAY: clay content in soil in percentage SILTUS: silt content in soil following the USDA criteria in percentage SILTIS: silt content in soil following the International criteria, in percentage SANDUS: sand content in soil following the USDA criteria, in percentage SANDIS: sand content in soil following the International criteria, in percentage OHT: organic horizon thickness in the plot in centimeters ([C/N]L): the total carbon to total nitrogen ratio in the litter fraction of the organic horizon ([C/N]FH): the total carbon to total nitrogen ratio in the fragmented plus humified fractions of the organic horizon L: amount of litter fraction in the organic horizon in tons per hectare FH: amount of fragmented plus humified fraction in the organic horizon in tons per hectare. pH: soil pH value CEC: cation exchange capacity in soil in centimoles of charge per kilogram of soil (Bascomb, 1964) EOC: amount of easily oxidizable C in soil in percentage (Walkley and Black, 1934) AP: amount of available phosphorus in soil in miligrams per kilogram of soil extracted with anion exchange membranes and determined with colorimetry (Murphy and Riley, 1962) TN: total N in soil in percentage TOC/TN: total organic C to total N ratio in soil Ca, Mg, Na, K: exchangeable calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium in soil in centimoles of charge per kilogram of soil (Schollenberger and Simon, 1945) WSP: water soluble phenols in soil in micrograms of TAE per gram of soil (Box, 1983) Carbonates: amount of carbonates in soil in percentage (Bundy and Bremner, 1972) React_carb: amount of reactive carbonates in soil in percentage (Bashour and Sayegh, 2007) Gypsum: amount of gypsum in soil in centimoles of charge per kilogram of soil (Richards, 1954) Cu, Fe, Mn, Zn: amount of copper, iron, manganese and zinc in miligrams per kilogram of soil (Lindsay and Norvell, 1978) EA: soil exchangeable acidity in centimoles of charge per kilogram of soil (Bascomb, 1964) Sat: base saturation of soil in percentage AlA, FeA, MnA: amorphous aluminum, iron and manganese (AlA, FeA, MnA) in soil in centimoles of charge per kilogram of soil (Bascomb, 1968) AlM, FeM, MnM: organically bound aluminum, iron and manganese in soil in centimoles of charge per kilogram of soil (Blakemore et al. 1987) AlE: exchangeable aluminum in soil in centimoles of charge per kilogram of soil (Bertsch & Bloom, 1996) AlI: inorganic aluminum in soil in centimoles of charge per kilogram of soil (Mc-Keague et al., 1971) Cmic, Nmic, Pmic: amount of microbial biomass carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in soil in milligrams per kilogram of soil (Vance et al. 1987) Cmin: amount of mineralizable carbon in soil in milligrams per kilogram of soil (Isermeyer, 1952) Cmin/TOC: mineralizable carbon to total organic carbon ratio Cmic/TOC: microbial biomass carbon to total organic carbon ratio qCO2: microbial metabolic quotient (Cmin/Cmic) in soil in grams per week and gram of soil FDA: fluorescein diacetate hydrolysis reaction (Alef and Nannipieri, 1995) in milliunits per gram of dry soil (nanomoles of fluorescein diacetate produced per gram of soil and minute) DHA: dehydrogenase activity (Casida et al., 1964) in milliunits per gram of dry soil (nanomoles of triphenyl formazan produced per gram of soil and minute) AcPhos, AlkPhos: acid and alkaline phosphatase activity (Tabatabai and Bremner, 1969) in milliunits per gram of dry soil (nanomoles of p-nitrophenol produced per gram of soil and minute) Urease: urease activity in soil (Hofmann, 1963) in milliunits per gram of dry soil (nanomoles of N per gram of soil and minute) Catalase: catalase activity (Tabatabai and Beck, 1971) in milliunits per gram of dry soil (nanomoles of O2 produced per gram of soil and minute) MAT: mean annual temperature in degrees centigrade (Ninyerola et al., 2005) MMWM: mean maximum temperature of the warmest month in degrees centigrade (Ninyerola et al., 2005) MMCM: mean maximum temperature of the coldest month in degrees centigrade (Ninyerola et al., 2005) MTWM: mean temperature of the warmest month in degrees centigrade (Ninyerola et al., 2005) MTCM: mean temperature of the coldest month in degrees centigrade (Ninyerola et al., 2005) TP: total precipitation in millimeters (Ninyerola et al., 2005) PW, PSP, PSU, PA: winter, spring, summer and autumn precipitation in millimeters (Ninyerola et al., 2005) PET, RET: potential and real evapotranspiration in millimetres (Thornthwaite, 1949 and Thorntwaite and Mather, 1955) Deficit: mean annual hydric deficit in millimeters (Thornthwaite, 1949 and Thorntwaite and Mather, 1955) Surplus: mean annual hydric surplus in millimetres (Thornthwaite, 1949 and Thorntwaite and Mather, 1955) AHI: Annual Hydric Index (Thornthwaite, 1949) Martonne: Martonne index (De-Martonne, 1926) Lang: Lang index (Lang, 1919)

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