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  • Research data
  • 2013-2022
  • Dataset
  • EU
  • Repositorio Institucional Universidad de Granada

  • Open Access
    Ibáñez Godoy, Jesús Miguel; Díaz Moreno, Alejandro; Prudencio Soñora, Janire; Zandomeneghi, Daria; Wilcock, William; Barclay, Andrew; Almendros González, Francisco Javier; Benítez Ortúzar, María Del Carmen; García Yeguas, María Araceli; Alguacil De La Blanca, Ángel Gerardo;
    Publisher: Editorial de la Universidad de Granada
    Country: Spain
    Project: EC | EPOS IP (676564), EC | MED-SUV (308665), NSF | Hazards SEES: Persistent ... (1521855), NSF | High-Resolution Seismic T... (0230094)

    We are grateful to the officers and crew of the Spanish vessels 'R/V Hesperides' and 'R/V Las Palmas', the personnel of the Marine Technology Unit (UTM), the military personnel of the 'Gabriel de Castilla' Spanish base, and the members of the TOMODEC Working Group. This manuscript has been partially funded by the following research projects: the Spanish project TEC2015-68752-R (MINECO/FEDER); KNOWAVES; the Spanish Education and Research Ministry grants REN 2001-3833, CGL2005-05789-C02-02/ANT, POL2006-08663, and CGL2008-01660; the U.S. National Science Foundation grant ANT-0230094; the European project MED-SUV funded by the European Union's Seventh Framework Program for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 308665; the European project EPOS; the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 676564; and the U.S. National Science Foundation grant NSF-1521855 Hazard SEES project. Ocean bottom seismometers were provided by the U.S National Oceanographic Instrument Pool. This publication reflects only the authors' views. The European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains. Deception Island volcano (Antarctica) is one of the most closely monitored and studied volcanoes on the region. In January 2005, a multi-parametric international experiment was conducted that encompassed both Deception Island and its surrounding waters. We performed this experiment from aboard the Spanish oceanographic vessel 'Hesperides', and from five land-based locations on Deception Island (the Spanish scientific Antarctic base 'Gabriel de Castilla' and four temporary camps). This experiment allowed us to record active seismic signals using a large network of seismic stations that were deployed both on land and on the seafloor. In addition, other geophysical data were acquired, including bathymetric high precision multi-beam data, and gravimetric and magnetic profiles. To date, the seismic and bathymetric data have been analysed but the magnetic and gravimetric data have not. We provide P-wave arrival-time picks and seismic tomography results in velocity and attenuation. In this manuscript, we describe the main characteristics of the experiment, the instruments, the data, and the repositories from which data and information can be obtained. Spanish Education and Research Ministry REN 2001-3833 CGL2005-05789-C02-02/ANT POL2006-08663 CGL2008-01660 European project MED-SUV - European Union's Seventh Framework Program 308665 National Science Foundation (NSF) ANT-0230094 NSF-1521855 MINECO/FEDER TEC2015-68752-R European Union (EU) 676564 European project EPOS KNOWAVES

  • Open Access English
    Lorite Moreno, Juan; Ros Candeira, Andrea; Alcaraz Segura, Domingo; Salazar-Mendías, Carlos;
    Publisher: Wiley
    Country: Spain
    Project: EC | ECOPOTENTIAL (641762)

    Providing a complete data set with species and trait information for a given area is essential for assessing plant conservation, management, and ecological restoration, for both local and global applications. Also, these data sets provide additional information for surveys or data collections, establishing the starting point for more detailed studies on plant evolution, vegetation dynamics, and vegetation responses to disturbance and management. This data base covers Sierra Nevada mountains (southeastern Spain), a recognized plant biodiversity hotspot within the Mediterranean context. According to previous available data (before this augmented compilation), these mountains host 7% of the 24,000 Mediterranean vascular plants, despite covering just 0.01% of its area. Another characteristic of the Sierra Nevada is the great singularity of its flora, with 95 taxa being endemic to the high-mountain area of Sierra Nevada and surroundings. From these endemic taxa, 70% are endangered by different threats, global warming being a leading cause. We seek to provide a complete and updated database of the flora of the Sierra Nevada mountains (southeast Spain). The goal of the present data set is to compile the names of all the vascular plant taxa inhabiting Sierra Nevada, together with relevant features including taxonomical, morphological-ecological traits, distribution, habitats, abundance, and conservation status. The data were compiled according to all the available information sources on taxonomy, ecology, and plant-species distribution. The resulting data set includes 2,348 taxa belonging to 1,937 species, 377 subspecies, and 34 hybrids, from a total of 756 genera and 146 families represented in the collection. For each taxa, together with taxonomical information (Phylum, Class, Family, Genus, Taxa), we compiled plant traits (life form, spinescence, flower symmetry, flower sexuality, plant gender, androecium:ginoecium ratio, flower color, perianth type, pollinator type, flowering, seed dispersal, and vegetative reproduction), and their environmental association (origin, endemic character, general distribution, substrate, elevation, habitat, local abundance, hygrophilous behavior, and conservation status). All these traits were compiled from all the available information sources, resulting in a complete and updated database for Sierra Nevada vascular flora. This data set provides valuable information on plant traits in an outstanding micro hotspot within the Mediterranean hotspot. This data set can be freely used for non commercial purposes. The complete data sets corresponding to abstracts published in theData Papers section in the journal are published electronically asSupportingInformationintheonlineversionofthisarticleat Associated data are also available at PANGAEA:

  • Research data . 2019
    Open Access English
    Roldán Vargas, Sándalo;
    Publisher: Universidad de Granada
    Country: Spain
    Project: EC | ARIADNE (840195)

    This material has been created for pedagogical purposes to serve as guide for the management of scientific data for different users such as undergraduate students (e.g. basic experimental techniques, grade of physics), master and phD students, and post-doctoral researchers. In particular, this report describes the initial Data Management Plan (DMP) for the project ARIADNE (840195), which is funded by the European Commission through the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) as part of the Individual European Standard Fellowship Programme (IF-EF-ST). The coordinator of this DMP, who is also the experienced researcher associated to the funded fellowship, is Dr. Sándalo Roldán-Vargas from the department of applied physics at the University of Granada (UGR), Spain (the beneficiary institution). The purpose of this DMP is to provide a detailed description of the procedures and protocols for the management of the datasets generated during the lifetime of the project. This DMP will describe the main data management principles in terms of data standards and metadata, sharing, archiving, preservation, and security. This is an alive document that will be updated at regular intervals during the lifetime of the project and be allocated in the institutional repository of the UGR, DIGIBUG. European Commission- MSCA-IF-EF-ST (2018) Version 1.0

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