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Stockholm University

Anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) and anisotropy of remanence magnetization (AARM and AIRM) are efficient and versatile techniques to indirectly determine rock fabrics. Yet, deciphering the source of a magnetic...

  • Tobias Mattsson, Stockholm University, Department of Geological Sciences
  • Benoît Petri, Université de Strasbourg, CNRS
  • Bjarne Almqvist, Uppsala University, Department of Earth Sciences
Published: 2021-03-01
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Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Forests of the world constitute one third of the total land area and are critical for e.g. carbon balance, biodiversity, water supply, and as source for bio-based products. Although the terrain within forest land has a g...

  • Mikael Lundbäck, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Forest Biomaterials and Technology
  • Henrik Persson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Forest Resource Management
  • Carola Häggström, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Forest Biomaterials and Technology
  • +1
Published: 2020-06-17
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University of Gothenburg

Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) is a new approach to conceptualizing and measuring democracy. We provide a multidimensional and disaggregated dataset that reflects the complexity of the concept of democracy as a system of...

  • Michael Coppedge, University of Notre Dame, Kellogg Institute for International Studies
  • John Gerring, University of Texas at Austin
  • Carl Henrik Knutsen, University of Oslo
  • +32
Published: 2020-04-07

University of Gothenburg

Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) is a new approach to conceptualizing and measuring democracy. We provide a multidimensional and disaggregated dataset that reflects the complexity of the concept of democracy as a system of...

  • Michael Coppedge, University of Notre Dame, Kellogg Institute for International Studies
  • John Gerring, University of Texas at Austin
  • Carl Henrik Knutsen, University of Oslo
  • +32
Published: 2020-03-31

University of Gothenburg

Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) is a new approach to conceptualizing and measuring democracy. We provide a multidimensional and disaggregated dataset that reflects the complexity of the concept of democracy as a system of...

  • Michael Coppedge, University of Notre Dame, Kellogg Institute for International Studies
  • John Gerring, University of Texas at Austin, Department of Government
  • Carl Henrik Knutsen, University of Oslo
  • +33
Published: 2020-03-09

Lund University

This dataset presents information on historical central government revenues for 31 countries in Europe and the Americas for the period from 1800 (or independence) to 2012. The countries included are: Argentina, Australia...

  • Per F. Andersson, Lund University
  • Thomas Brambor, New York University
Published: 2020-02-20
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Chalmers University of Technology

Brazil is home to the largest tracts of tropical vegetation in the world, harbouring high levels of biodiversity and carbon. Several biomass maps have been produced for Brazil, using different approaches and methods, and...

  • Oskar Englund, Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Space, Earth and Environment
Published: 2017-11-16
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University of Gothenburg

Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) is a new approach to conceptualizing and measuring democracy. It is a collaboration among more than 50 scholars worldwide which is co-hosted by the Department of Political Science at the Un...

  • Jan Teorell, Lund University, Department of Political Science
  • Staffan I. Lindberg, University of Gothenburg, Department of Political Science
  • John Gerring, Boston University, Department of Political Science
  • +2
Published: 2014-09-05