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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Kuiper, Jan J.; Mooij, Wolf M.; Bragazza, Luca; Robroek, Bjorn J. M.;
    Publisher: Wiley
    Project: NWO | Can diversity control pea... (6403)

    Description on the exponential nonlinear model used for calculating CO2 fluxes from the mesocosms.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Cooper, Alex; Gaggero, Daniele; Markoff, Sera; Zhang, Shuo;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: NWO | From micro- to mega-scale... (26298)

    This is a basic reproduction package for the paper "High-energy Cosmic Ray production in X-ray Binary Jets". We provide raw data, reproduction scripts for all figures, and intermediate data products.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Vries, Ronald De; Riley, Robert; Wiebenga, Ad; Aguilar-Osorio, Guillermo; Sotiris Amillis; Cristiane Uchima; Anderluh, Gregor; Asadollahi, Mojtaba; Askin, Marion; Barry, Kerrie; +107 more
    Publisher: Figshare
    Project: NWO | Harvesting nature?s bount... (9575), SFI | Roles of histone demethyl... (13/CDA/2142)

    CAZy comparison of the species. (XLSX 30 kb)

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Kuiper, Jan J.; Mooij, Wolf M.; Bragazza, Luca; Robroek, Bjorn J. M.;
    Publisher: Wiley
    Project: NWO | Can diversity control pea... (6403)

    The effects of biomass removal on net ecosystem CO2 exchange (NEE) and ecosystem respiration (Re).

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Langer, Jannis; Simanjuntak, Sergio; Pfenninger, Stefan; Laguna, Antonio Jarquin; Lavidas, George; Polinder, Henk; Quist, Jaco; Rahayu, Harkunti Pertiwi; Blok, Kornelis;
    Publisher: 4TU.ResearchData
    Country: Netherlands
    Project: NWO | Regional Development Plan... (35902)

    The datasets used to report the results in the paper  "How offshore wind could become economically attractive in low-resource regions like Indonesia". It consists of a ESRI shapefile and accompanying csv file showing techno-economically feasible sites for offshore wind in Indonesia, as well as a matlab file storing the 20-years, hourly wind speed profiles across Indonesia.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Bakker, Elisabeth S.; Dobrescu, Ioana; Straile, Dietmar; Holmgren, Milena;
    Publisher: Wiley
    Project: NWO | Causes and consequences o... (2300137246)

    A figure showing nutrient ratios in the macrophyte in the absence of herbivores.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Ubachs, W;
    Publisher: Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)
    Project: EC | NEWPHYS-MOLECULES (670168), NWO | NeoDec - Solutions to ele... (2300157971)

    The Rayleigh-Brillouin light scatteriing data as experimentally measured for nitrous oxide (N2O) gas for five pressures as indicated

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Domis, Lisette N. De Senerpont; Dedmer B. Van De Waal; Helmsing, Nico R.; Donk, Ellen Van; Wolf. M. Mooij;
    Publisher: Wiley
    Project: NWO | Decoupling and adaptation... (2300139376)

    Relative contribution of phytoplankton functional groups to total chlorophyll a biomass.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Bauer, Silke; Ens, Bruno J.; Klaassen, Marcel;
    Publisher: Wiley
    Project: NWO | Annual routine models as ... (2300134187)

    Site-specific energy budgets: intake rates and energy expenditure.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Barel, Janna M.; Kuyper, Thomas W.; De Boer, Wietse; Douma, Jacob C.; De Deyn, Gerlinde B.;
    Publisher: Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)
    Project: NWO | Exploiting positive plant... (8860)

    Plant diversity can increase nitrogen cycling and decrease soil-borne pests, which are feedback mechanisms influencing subsequent plant growth. The relative strength of these mechanisms is unclear, as is the influence of preceding plant quantity and quality. Here, we studied how plant diversity in space and time influences subsequent crop growth. During 2 years, we rotated two main crops (Avena sativa, Cichorium endivia) with four winter cover crop (WCC) species in monocultures and mixtures. We hypothesized that, relative to monocultures, WCC mixtures promote WCC biomass (quantity) and nitrogen concentration (quality), soil mineral nitrogen, soil organic matter, and reduce plant-feeding nematode abundance. Additionally, we predicted that preceding crops modified WCC legacies. By structural equation modelling (SEM), we tested the relative importance of WCC shoot biomass and nitrogen concentration on succeeding crop productivity directly and indirectly via nitrogen cycling and root-feeding nematode abundance. WCC shoot biomass, soil properties and succeeding Avena productivity were affected by first-season cropping, whereas subsequent Cichorium only responded to the WCC treatments. WCC mixtures’ productivity and nitrogen concentration showed over- and under-yielding, depending on mixture composition. Soil nitrogen and nematode abundance did not display WCC mixture effects. Soil organic matter was lower than expected after Raphanus sativus + Vicia sativa mixture. Subsequent Avena productivity depended upon mixture composition, whereas final Cichorium productivity was unresponsive to WCC mixtures. SEM indicated that WCC legacy effects on subsequent Avena (R2 = 0.52) and Cichorium (R2 = 0.59) productivity were driven by WCC biomass and nitrogen concentration, although not by the quantified soil properties. Synthesis and applications. Through understanding plant–soil feedback, legacy effects of plant species and species mixtures can be employed for sustainable management of agro-ecosystems. Biomass and nitrogen concentration of plants returned to the soil stimulate subsequent plant productivity. Winter cover crop quantity and quality are both manipulable with mixtures. The specificity of spatial and temporal diversity effects warrants consideration of plant species choice in mixtures and rotations for optimal employment of beneficial legacy effects. Soil legacies of winter cover crop mixturesExcel data file with legacy effects of a two year rotation (2014-2015), including winter cover crop monocultures and mixtures. Contains variable description, experimental design, data on winter cover crop biomass and N, soil organic matter, mineral N, potential N mineralisation, plant feeding nematode abundance, biomass of response plants Avena sativa and Cichorium endivia.Barel-JAPPL-2017-00007.xlsx

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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Kuiper, Jan J.; Mooij, Wolf M.; Bragazza, Luca; Robroek, Bjorn J. M.;
    Publisher: Wiley
    Project: NWO | Can diversity control pea... (6403)

    Description on the exponential nonlinear model used for calculating CO2 fluxes from the mesocosms.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Cooper, Alex; Gaggero, Daniele; Markoff, Sera; Zhang, Shuo;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: NWO | From micro- to mega-scale... (26298)

    This is a basic reproduction package for the paper "High-energy Cosmic Ray production in X-ray Binary Jets". We provide raw data, reproduction scripts for all figures, and intermediate data products.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Vries, Ronald De; Riley, Robert; Wiebenga, Ad; Aguilar-Osorio, Guillermo; Sotiris Amillis; Cristiane Uchima; Anderluh, Gregor; Asadollahi, Mojtaba; Askin, Marion; Barry, Kerrie; +107 more
    Publisher: Figshare
    Project: NWO | Harvesting nature?s bount... (9575), SFI | Roles of histone demethyl... (13/CDA/2142)

    CAZy comparison of the species. (XLSX 30 kb)

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Kuiper, Jan J.; Mooij, Wolf M.; Bragazza, Luca; Robroek, Bjorn J. M.;
    Publisher: Wiley
    Project: NWO | Can diversity control pea... (6403)

    The effects of biomass removal on net ecosystem CO2 exchange (NEE) and ecosystem respiration (Re).

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Langer, Jannis; Simanjuntak, Sergio; Pfenninger, Stefan; Laguna, Antonio Jarquin; Lavidas, George; Polinder, Henk; Quist, Jaco; Rahayu, Harkunti Pertiwi; Blok, Kornelis;
    Publisher: 4TU.ResearchData
    Country: Netherlands
    Project: NWO | Regional Development Plan... (35902)

    The datasets used to report the results in the paper  "How offshore wind could become economically attractive in low-resource regions like Indonesia". It consists of a ESRI shapefile and accompanying csv file showing techno-economically feasible sites for offshore wind in Indonesia, as well as a matlab file storing the 20-years, hourly wind speed profiles across Indonesia.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Bakker, Elisabeth S.; Dobrescu, Ioana; Straile, Dietmar; Holmgren, Milena;
    Publisher: Wiley
    Project: NWO | Causes and consequences o... (2300137246)

    A figure showing nutrient ratios in the macrophyte in the absence of herbivores.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Ubachs, W;
    Publisher: Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)
    Project: EC | NEWPHYS-MOLECULES (670168), NWO | NeoDec - Solutions to ele... (2300157971)

    The Rayleigh-Brillouin light scatteriing data as experimentally measured for nitrous oxide (N2O) gas for five pressures as indicated

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Domis, Lisette N. De Senerpont; Dedmer B. Van De Waal; Helmsing, Nico R.; Donk, Ellen Van; Wolf. M. Mooij;
    Publisher: Wiley
    Project: NWO | Decoupling and adaptation... (2300139376)

    Relative contribution of phytoplankton functional groups to total chlorophyll a biomass.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Bauer, Silke; Ens, Bruno J.; Klaassen, Marcel;
    Publisher: Wiley
    Project: NWO | Annual routine models as ... (2300134187)

    Site-specific energy budgets: intake rates and energy expenditure.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Barel, Janna M.; Kuyper, Thomas W.; De Boer, Wietse; Douma, Jacob C.; De Deyn, Gerlinde B.;
    Publisher: Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)
    Project: NWO | Exploiting positive plant... (8860)

    Plant diversity can increase nitrogen cycling and decrease soil-borne pests, which are feedback mechanisms influencing subsequent plant growth. The relative strength of these mechanisms is unclear, as is the influence of preceding plant quantity and quality. Here, we studied how plant diversity in space and time influences subsequent crop growth. During 2 years, we rotated two main crops (Avena sativa, Cichorium endivia) with four winter cover crop (WCC) species in monocultures and mixtures. We hypothesized that, relative to monocultures, WCC mixtures promote WCC biomass (quantity) and nitrogen concentration (quality), soil mineral nitrogen, soil organic matter, and reduce plant-feeding nematode abundance. Additionally, we predicted that preceding crops modified WCC legacies. By structural equation modelling (SEM), we tested the relative importance of WCC shoot biomass and nitrogen concentration on succeeding crop productivity directly and indirectly via nitrogen cycling and root-feeding nematode abundance. WCC shoot biomass, soil properties and succeeding Avena productivity were affected by first-season cropping, whereas subsequent Cichorium only responded to the WCC treatments. WCC mixtures’ productivity and nitrogen concentration showed over- and under-yielding, depending on mixture composition. Soil nitrogen and nematode abundance did not display WCC mixture effects. Soil organic matter was lower than expected after Raphanus sativus + Vicia sativa mixture. Subsequent Avena productivity depended upon mixture composition, whereas final Cichorium productivity was unresponsive to WCC mixtures. SEM indicated that WCC legacy effects on subsequent Avena (R2 = 0.52) and Cichorium (R2 = 0.59) productivity were driven by WCC biomass and nitrogen concentration, although not by the quantified soil properties. Synthesis and applications. Through understanding plant–soil feedback, legacy effects of plant species and species mixtures can be employed for sustainable management of agro-ecosystems. Biomass and nitrogen concentration of plants returned to the soil stimulate subsequent plant productivity. Winter cover crop quantity and quality are both manipulable with mixtures. The specificity of spatial and temporal diversity effects warrants consideration of plant species choice in mixtures and rotations for optimal employment of beneficial legacy effects. Soil legacies of winter cover crop mixturesExcel data file with legacy effects of a two year rotation (2014-2015), including winter cover crop monocultures and mixtures. Contains variable description, experimental design, data on winter cover crop biomass and N, soil organic matter, mineral N, potential N mineralisation, plant feeding nematode abundance, biomass of response plants Avena sativa and Cichorium endivia.Barel-JAPPL-2017-00007.xlsx

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