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Luleå University of Technology

Particle size distributions (PSDs) for cirrus clouds are important for both climate models and many remote sensing retrieval methods. It is necessary to parametrize PSDs for different cloud types. Arctic cirrus particle...

  • Thomas Kuhn, Luleå University of Technology, Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering
  • Veronika Wolf, Luleå University of Technology, Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering
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Published: 2019-12-19

Stockholm University

Communication between resource users has repeatedly been shown to be of significant importance in environmental management. The proposed causal mechanisms are numerous, ranging from the ability of users to share informat...

  • Örjan Bodin, Stockholm University, Stockholm Resilience Centre
Published: 2019-12-03

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Daily discharge (l/s) and runoff (mm/day) values, and monthly values on runoff chemistry from two small catchment areas; Risfallet (0.45 km2) and Gusseltjärn (0.87 km2) located in the southeast part of central Sweden. Th...

  • Lars Lundin, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Soil and Environment
  • Torbjörn Nilsson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Soil and Environment
Published: 2019-10-16

Uppsala University

We present ice thickness and bed topography digital elevation models (DEMs) of a land-terminating section of the Greenland Ice Sheet, based on a compilation of ground-based and airborne radar surveys. The DEMs have a tot...

  • Katrin Lindbäck, Uppsala University
  • Rickard Pettersson, Uppsala University
Published: 2019-10-16

University of Gothenburg

In 2005 and 2006, planktonic egg surveys were conducted in February and March during the peak spawning period for Kattegat cod. The total survey period encompassed five weeks with a five-day long survey carried out every...

  • Göran Björk, University of Gothenburg, Department of Marine Sciences
Published: 2019-10-16

University of Gothenburg

Velocity and CTD data från ADCPs and CT loggers moored at Ristsundet and Aspond in Oslo fjord between 20-23 June 2011. Ristsundet: Position: N59.7215, E10.5702 Water depth: 82 m MicroCat SBE37 CTD loggers at 82, 45, 34,...

  • Lars Arneborg, University of Gothenburg, Department of Marine Sciences
Published: 2019-10-08

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

The data file is the raw data collected in Fiby urskog, south Sweden in order to perform a paleoecological study, covering ca 7000 years, using pollen analysis, including spores, charcoal fragments and mineral particles ...

  • Jerry Skoglund, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Ecology
  • Håkan Hytteborn, Uppsala University, Department of Ecology and Genetics
  • Sven Karlsson, Stockholm University, Department of Physical Geography
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Published: 2019-10-03

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

The Krycklan Catchment Study (KCS) is one of the most ambitious projects which integrate water quality, hydrology and aquatic ecology in running waters in the boreal region. KCS provide data services and high quality fie...

  • The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Unit for Field-based Forest Research
Published: 2019-10-02

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Annual temperature data from microhabitats inhabited by soil invertebrates at diverse locations in Svalbard (European High Arctic) and on the Antarctic peninsula. This data are recorded at hour intervals and span several...

  • Stephen Coulson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
  • Anna Sjöblom, Uppsala University, Department of Earth Sciences
  • Peter Convey, British Antarctic Survey
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Published: 2019-09-18

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Inventory of invertebrates from two sampling visits to Edgeöya, Svalbard, in 2009 and 2010.

  • Stephen Coulson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Published: 2019-09-18