We use our 1-D chemical diffusive model to quantify the physical processes necessary to interpret the day-side ionospheric measurements acquired with radio occultation techniques at the southern high-latitude region of Mars, where the crustal magnetic field is strong and near-vertical in orientation. To interpret the measured ionospheric structure at altitudes where plasma transport dominates, we find it is necessary to impose field-aligned vertical plasma drifts caused by the motion of neutral winds. The most interesting finding of
this study is that both upward (between 110 m/s and 150 m/s) and downward (between -55 m/s and -120 m/s) drifts are required to maintain the topside Ne distribution comparable with the measured distribution. We also find that a fixed velocity boundary condition at the upper boundary with a sizeable upward ion velocity is needed to encounter any unexpected ion accumulation in the topside ionosphere to limit the Martian ion outflow. Given the complex nature of neutral dynamics and its relationship to plasma transport processes over magnetic anomalies, we consider that a simple model, such as we have developed, is still capable of yielding valuable insights relating to the neutral wind system at Mars.
The search data supports a literature review project on counting interventions to reduce the incidence of retained surgical instruments. The data included in the dataset are the reproducible search strategies (txt file) and the exported results of all citations from all databases (txt, ris, and.nbib files). These searches and exported result files contain all citations originating from the database searches that were considered for inclusion.
This data is from a project concerned with dehydrating samples of saturated superabsorbent polymer using a centrifuge. The goal was to consider centrifugation as an energy efficient scheme to dehydrate SAP with the notion of reusing it. The data provided contains mass fractions of solvent removed through centrifugation with varied parameters.
This research aims to understand the influence of lower thermospheric atomic oxygen ([O]) and dynamics on the thermospheric Semi Annual Oscillation (SAO). [O] number densities between 95-100 km from WACCM-X are much closer to the observations from SABER instrument on TIMED satellite as compared to those from MSIS. We compare the phase and amplitude of SAO from different simulations with empirical models and observational datasets, and explore different mechanisms that can improve the SAO in IT models.
Malhotra, G., Ridley, A., Jones, M., (2021) Impacts of Lower Thermospheric Atomic Oxygen and Dynamics on Thermospheric Semiannual Oscillation using GITM and WACCM-X, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics
This project evaluated the binding of antibody fragments to membrane proteins fused to a short epitope sequence (“MPER”). This dataset includes atomic coordinates (.pdb files) for bioinformatic models of antibody fragment binding to an MPER epitope – membrane protein fusion.
These data are TLA events identified in MACCS magnetometer data throughout 2015. These events are short-timescale (< 60 s), large -amplitude (> 6 nT/s) magnetic disturbances measured at Earth's surface that are analyzed for space weather research purposes. and The events were identified in a year's worth of magnetic field data using an algorithm developed in the MATLAB platform. The algorithm dBdt_main.m can be run using the associated scripts (clean_maccs.m, simple_dbdt.m, extremes1.m, newdbdt.m) to return the events in the 2015_AllEvents.csv file. The substorm onset delays of each event are determined with the onset_delays.m script and the substorm event list 20191127-15-56-substorms.csv (both included).
This publication contains anonymized planar whole body images of two patients. Patient scans were taken at 4 different time points in the week following a therapeutic dose of Lu-177 DOTATATE. Both anterior and posterior views are provided. All images are in DICOM format.
This publication contains anonymized SPECT/CT scans of two patients. Patient scans were taken at 4 different time points in the week following a therapeutic dose of Lu-177 DOTATATE. Both the SPECT and the co-registered CT are provided. All images are in DICOM format.
This publication contains anonymized diagnostic imaging scans of two patients. The images provided are pre-therapy scans used by clinicians for diagnosis and for selecting patients for treatment with Lu-177 DOTATATE. Multiple imaging modalities are present including diagnostic CT, MRI, and Ga68 PET, depending on the selected patient. All images are in DICOM format.
Vidal-Luengo, S. E., & Moldwin, M. B. (2021). Global magnetosphere response to solar wind dynamic pressure pulses during northward IMF using the heliophysics system observatory. Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 126, e2020JA028587. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020JA028587