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  • Research data . 2017 . Embargo End Date: 03 Sep 2017
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Séaghdha, M.L. Ó; Timmons, Michael; Timmons, Patrick;
    Publisher: National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin

    Supported by funding from the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Ireland), University College Dublin, and the National Folklore Foundation (Fondúireacht Bhéaloideas Éireann), 2014-2016. Story collected by Michael Timmons, a student at Ceannanus Mór, Scoil na mBráthar school (Kells, Co. Meath) from informant Patrick Timmons. Collected as part of the Schools' Folklore scheme, 1937-1938, under the supervision of teacher An Br. M.L. Ó Séaghdha.

  • Open Access Breton
    Authors: 
    Le D��, Jean;
    Publisher: Centre de Recherche Bretonne et Celtique

    Cet enregistrement provient des enqu��tes dialectologiques en vue de constituer le Nouvel Atlas Linguistique de la Basse-Bretagne (NALBB) dirig�� par Mr Jean Le D�� Mme J.T. n��e en 1908 au village de Kerliou, commune de N��vez et sa fille A.T.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Facult�� de Linguistique Appliqu��e de l'Universit�� d'Etat d'Ha��ti, (anciennement Centre de Linguistique Appliqu��e (CLA)); Fattier, Dominique;
    Publisher: Universit�� de Cergy-Pontoise

    Contenu (th��mes) : les plantes utiles ; le relief terrestre ; les parties du corps, le corps humain. Informateurs : Fran��ois Joseph et Inatus Louis (28 ans) Enqu��teur : Rog��da Dorc�� Contenu d��taill�� Face 1 : pp. 188-192 (l'agriculture et l'��levage). Face 2 : pp. 6-10 (l'espace et le temps) ; pp. 28-41 (l'homme).

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Conesa, Francesc C.; Orengo Romeu, Hèctor A.;
    Publisher: CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca

    An algorithm that combines Big Earth Data and geospatial analysis in Google Earth Engine for the automated detection of archaeological mounds and Cultural Heritage sites that are potentially endangered by new agricultural developments. The dataset contains supplementary materials to accompany the paper “Conesa, F. C., Orengo, H. A., Lobo, A., & Petrie, C. A. (2022). An Algorithm to Detect Endangered Cultural Heritage by Agricultural Expansion in Drylands at a Global Scale. Remote Sensing, 15(1), 53. MDPI AG. http://doi.org/10.3390/rs15010053". It includes the JavaScript code to be implemented in Google Earth Engine(c) and the R script for vector output visualisation.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Facult�� de Linguistique Appliqu��e de l'Universit�� d'Etat d'Ha��ti, (anciennement Centre de Linguistique Appliqu��e (CLA)); Fattier, Dominique;
    Publisher: Universit�� de Cergy-Pontoise

    Contenu (th��mes) : termes g��n��raux de l'agriculture et de l'��levage ; l'irrigation ; les outils ; les plantes utiles ; le travail ; l'activit�� commerciale, les transports. Informatrice : Anilus Celestin Enqu��teur : Rog��da Dorc�� Contenu d��taill�� Face 1 : #1533-1687 (l'agriculture et l'��levage). Face 2 : #1419-1532 (la vie en soci��t��, l'agriculture et l'��levage).

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Lim, J; Linares Matas, G;
    Publisher: University of Oxford
    Country: United Kingdom

    This record contains supplementary files for the article “Monumental funerary landscapes of Dhar Tagant (southeastern Mauritania): towards ethical satellite remote sensing in the West African Sahel” by Gonzalo Linares Matás and Jonathan Lim, published in 2021 in the Journal of Archaeological Prospection (Article DOI: 10.1002/arp.1817). Two files are included: 1) A zip file, “Morphometric analysis of tumuli features”, containing an ArcPy script (as a .html and Jupyter Notebook .ipynb file) for processing shapefiles representing the tumuli for further analysis in R. 2) A R script file, “R Script_Monumental Funerary Landscapes of Dhar Tagant.R for carrying out statistical analysis on tumuli morphometrics. This entry is linked to a separate record, containing a table detailing the geometric data of tumuli features in Dhar Tagant. DOI: 10.5287/bodleian:nryv1oB2r

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Lange, Markus; Habekost, Maike; Gleixner, Gerd;
    Publisher: PANGAEA

    This data set contains measurements of dissolved organic carbon in samples of soil water collected from the main experiment plots of a large grassland biodiversity experiment (the Jena Experiment; see further details below). In the main experiment, 82 grassland plots of 20 x 20 m were established from a pool of 60 species belonging to four functional groups (grasses, legumes, tall and small herbs). In May 2002, varying numbers of plant species from this species pool were sown into the plots to create a gradient of plant species richness (1, 2, 4, 8, 16 and 60 species) and functional richness (1, 2, 3, 4 functional groups). Plots were maintained by bi-annual weeding and mowing. In April 2002 glass suction plates with a diameter of 12 cm, 1 cm thickness and a pore size of 1–1.6 mm (UMS GmbH, Munich, Germany) were installed in depths of 10, 20, 30 and 60 cm to collect soil solution. The sampling bottles were continuously evacuated to a negative pressure between 50 and 350 mbar, such that the suction pressure was about 50 mbar above the actual soil water tension. Thus, only the soil leachate was collected. Cumulative soil solution was sampled biweekly and analyzed for dissolved organic carbon concentration by a high TOC elemental analyzer (Elementar Analysensysteme GmbH, Hanau, Germany). Samples were analyzed as soon as possible and stored at 4°C if necessary. Often in summer, no free soil solution was available for collection, especially in the upper soil layers. Annual mean values of measured biweekly concentrations of dissolved organic carbon are provided. During summer month soil frequently dries out so that no soil pore water can be collected. Consequently, in these periods no DOC concentrations can be determined and these periods do not contribute to the reported annual means of DOC concentrations. Only in block 2 suction plates were installed in all four depth layers. Suction plates in 30 centimeter depth were installed in block 1, 2, and 3 in 2002. In 2005, additional suctions plates were installed in 20 centimeter depth in block 1, 2, and 3. In block 4, no samples are available because no plates were installed.There are two types of missing values contained in the dataset. Empty cells represent missing values that result from the design of the experiment when the respective value does not occur and thus cannot be measured. Missing values that resulted from methodological problems, sampling errors, or lost samples/data are marked with "-9999".In addition to measurement of dissolved organic carbon in soil solution, measurements of soil carbon (organic, inorganic, and total) determined from dried soil samples are available.This datasets is part of a time series of soil carbon measurements in the Main Experiment since 2002 (doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.848946).

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access Italian
    Authors: 
    Filoni, Luca; Giorgi, Garatti; Andrea, Giunto; Giulia, Iadicicco; Noemi, Ruberti; Fabio, Spagiari;
    Publisher: Edizioni Quasar
    Country: Italy
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Selles, Owen;
    Publisher: Mendeley

    These are the raw data sets for quantifying and analyzing the use of the word resilience in the context of western forest and fire management science between 1980 and 2016. The documents table (documents.csv) contains every document used in the analysis of the use of the word resilience in western forest and fire management science between 1980 and 2016 as well as counts of the words contained in thematic dictionaries used in the analysis. The instances table (instances.csv) contains every instance of the word resilience in these documents (documents.csv) and can be linked to the documents table using the "docid" field. The text field contains the 10-word context window used for structural topic modelling resilience.

  • Open Access Haitian; Haitian Creole
    Authors: 
    Facult�� de Linguistique Appliqu��e de l'Universit�� d'Etat d'Ha��ti, (anciennement Centre de Linguistique Appliqu��e (CLA)); Fattier, Dominique;
    Publisher: Université de Cergy-Pontoise

    Contenu (th��mes) : l'��levage ; les arbres fruitiers ; les d��chets des plantes ; le tabac ; la pite ; la canne �� sucre ; les poissons. Informateurs : Adam Petit, Ovil Boyer et Oriyis Victor Enqu��teur : Rog��da Dorc�� Contenu d��taill�� Face 1 : #118-156 (l'��levage, l'agriculture) ; #1-35 (la canne �� sucre - utilisations) ; #611-663 (la p��che et les poissons). Face 2 : #663-748 (la p��che et les poissons).

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  • Research data . 2017 . Embargo End Date: 03 Sep 2017
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Séaghdha, M.L. Ó; Timmons, Michael; Timmons, Patrick;
    Publisher: National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin

    Supported by funding from the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Ireland), University College Dublin, and the National Folklore Foundation (Fondúireacht Bhéaloideas Éireann), 2014-2016. Story collected by Michael Timmons, a student at Ceannanus Mór, Scoil na mBráthar school (Kells, Co. Meath) from informant Patrick Timmons. Collected as part of the Schools' Folklore scheme, 1937-1938, under the supervision of teacher An Br. M.L. Ó Séaghdha.

  • Open Access Breton
    Authors: 
    Le D��, Jean;
    Publisher: Centre de Recherche Bretonne et Celtique

    Cet enregistrement provient des enqu��tes dialectologiques en vue de constituer le Nouvel Atlas Linguistique de la Basse-Bretagne (NALBB) dirig�� par Mr Jean Le D�� Mme J.T. n��e en 1908 au village de Kerliou, commune de N��vez et sa fille A.T.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Facult�� de Linguistique Appliqu��e de l'Universit�� d'Etat d'Ha��ti, (anciennement Centre de Linguistique Appliqu��e (CLA)); Fattier, Dominique;
    Publisher: Universit�� de Cergy-Pontoise

    Contenu (th��mes) : les plantes utiles ; le relief terrestre ; les parties du corps, le corps humain. Informateurs : Fran��ois Joseph et Inatus Louis (28 ans) Enqu��teur : Rog��da Dorc�� Contenu d��taill�� Face 1 : pp. 188-192 (l'agriculture et l'��levage). Face 2 : pp. 6-10 (l'espace et le temps) ; pp. 28-41 (l'homme).

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Conesa, Francesc C.; Orengo Romeu, Hèctor A.;
    Publisher: CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca

    An algorithm that combines Big Earth Data and geospatial analysis in Google Earth Engine for the automated detection of archaeological mounds and Cultural Heritage sites that are potentially endangered by new agricultural developments. The dataset contains supplementary materials to accompany the paper “Conesa, F. C., Orengo, H. A., Lobo, A., & Petrie, C. A. (2022). An Algorithm to Detect Endangered Cultural Heritage by Agricultural Expansion in Drylands at a Global Scale. Remote Sensing, 15(1), 53. MDPI AG. http://doi.org/10.3390/rs15010053". It includes the JavaScript code to be implemented in Google Earth Engine(c) and the R script for vector output visualisation.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Facult�� de Linguistique Appliqu��e de l'Universit�� d'Etat d'Ha��ti, (anciennement Centre de Linguistique Appliqu��e (CLA)); Fattier, Dominique;
    Publisher: Universit�� de Cergy-Pontoise

    Contenu (th��mes) : termes g��n��raux de l'agriculture et de l'��levage ; l'irrigation ; les outils ; les plantes utiles ; le travail ; l'activit�� commerciale, les transports. Informatrice : Anilus Celestin Enqu��teur : Rog��da Dorc�� Contenu d��taill�� Face 1 : #1533-1687 (l'agriculture et l'��levage). Face 2 : #1419-1532 (la vie en soci��t��, l'agriculture et l'��levage).

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Lim, J; Linares Matas, G;
    Publisher: University of Oxford
    Country: United Kingdom

    This record contains supplementary files for the article “Monumental funerary landscapes of Dhar Tagant (southeastern Mauritania): towards ethical satellite remote sensing in the West African Sahel” by Gonzalo Linares Matás and Jonathan Lim, published in 2021 in the Journal of Archaeological Prospection (Article DOI: 10.1002/arp.1817). Two files are included: 1) A zip file, “Morphometric analysis of tumuli features”, containing an ArcPy script (as a .html and Jupyter Notebook .ipynb file) for processing shapefiles representing the tumuli for further analysis in R. 2) A R script file, “R Script_Monumental Funerary Landscapes of Dhar Tagant.R for carrying out statistical analysis on tumuli morphometrics. This entry is linked to a separate record, containing a table detailing the geometric data of tumuli features in Dhar Tagant. DOI: 10.5287/bodleian:nryv1oB2r

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Lange, Markus; Habekost, Maike; Gleixner, Gerd;
    Publisher: PANGAEA

    This data set contains measurements of dissolved organic carbon in samples of soil water collected from the main experiment plots of a large grassland biodiversity experiment (the Jena Experiment; see further details below). In the main experiment, 82 grassland plots of 20 x 20 m were established from a pool of 60 species belonging to four functional groups (grasses, legumes, tall and small herbs). In May 2002, varying numbers of plant species from this species pool were sown into the plots to create a gradient of plant species richness (1, 2, 4, 8, 16 and 60 species) and functional richness (1, 2, 3, 4 functional groups). Plots were maintained by bi-annual weeding and mowing. In April 2002 glass suction plates with a diameter of 12 cm, 1 cm thickness and a pore size of 1–1.6 mm (UMS GmbH, Munich, Germany) were installed in depths of 10, 20, 30 and 60 cm to collect soil solution. The sampling bottles were continuously evacuated to a negative pressure between 50 and 350 mbar, such that the suction pressure was about 50 mbar above the actual soil water tension. Thus, only the soil leachate was collected. Cumulative soil solution was sampled biweekly and analyzed for dissolved organic carbon concentration by a high TOC elemental analyzer (Elementar Analysensysteme GmbH, Hanau, Germany). Samples were analyzed as soon as possible and stored at 4°C if necessary. Often in summer, no free soil solution was available for collection, especially in the upper soil layers. Annual mean values of measured biweekly concentrations of dissolved organic carbon are provided. During summer month soil frequently dries out so that no soil pore water can be collected. Consequently, in these periods no DOC concentrations can be determined and these periods do not contribute to the reported annual means of DOC concentrations. Only in block 2 suction plates were installed in all four depth layers. Suction plates in 30 centimeter depth were installed in block 1, 2, and 3 in 2002. In 2005, additional suctions plates were installed in 20 centimeter depth in block 1, 2, and 3. In block 4, no samples are available because no plates were installed.There are two types of missing values contained in the dataset. Empty cells represent missing values that result from the design of the experiment when the respective value does not occur and thus cannot be measured. Missing values that resulted from methodological problems, sampling errors, or lost samples/data are marked with "-9999".In addition to measurement of dissolved organic carbon in soil solution, measurements of soil carbon (organic, inorganic, and total) determined from dried soil samples are available.This datasets is part of a time series of soil carbon measurements in the Main Experiment since 2002 (doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.848946).

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access Italian
    Authors: 
    Filoni, Luca; Giorgi, Garatti; Andrea, Giunto; Giulia, Iadicicco; Noemi, Ruberti; Fabio, Spagiari;
    Publisher: Edizioni Quasar
    Country: Italy
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Selles, Owen;
    Publisher: Mendeley

    These are the raw data sets for quantifying and analyzing the use of the word resilience in the context of western forest and fire management science between 1980 and 2016. The documents table (documents.csv) contains every document used in the analysis of the use of the word resilience in western forest and fire management science between 1980 and 2016 as well as counts of the words contained in thematic dictionaries used in the analysis. The instances table (instances.csv) contains every instance of the word resilience in these documents (documents.csv) and can be linked to the documents table using the "docid" field. The text field contains the 10-word context window used for structural topic modelling resilience.

  • Open Access Haitian; Haitian Creole
    Authors: 
    Facult�� de Linguistique Appliqu��e de l'Universit�� d'Etat d'Ha��ti, (anciennement Centre de Linguistique Appliqu��e (CLA)); Fattier, Dominique;
    Publisher: Université de Cergy-Pontoise

    Contenu (th��mes) : l'��levage ; les arbres fruitiers ; les d��chets des plantes ; le tabac ; la pite ; la canne �� sucre ; les poissons. Informateurs : Adam Petit, Ovil Boyer et Oriyis Victor Enqu��teur : Rog��da Dorc�� Contenu d��taill�� Face 1 : #118-156 (l'��levage, l'agriculture) ; #1-35 (la canne �� sucre - utilisations) ; #611-663 (la p��che et les poissons). Face 2 : #663-748 (la p��che et les poissons).