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Sep 21, 2023 - UBC Dryad2Dataverse
Wellman, Hannah; Zhang, Hua; Yang, Dongya; Evans, Zara; Miner, Maxwell; Speller, Camilla, 2023, "Native American use of cetaceans in pre-contact Oregon: Biomolecular and taphonomic analyses illuminate human-cetacean relationships: MALDI-TOF data", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/KWFYS9, Borealis, V1
Abstract This study characterizes how Native Americans living on the Oregon coast used whales and small cetaceans prior to European contact. We present an original analysis of a large subsample of archaeological cetacean remains from the Palmrose (35CLT47) site and new identifica...
Sep 21, 2023 - UBC Dryad2Dataverse
Lax, Gordon; Keeling, Patrick, 2023, "Molecular phylogenetics of sessile Dolium sedentarium, a petalomonad euglenid", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/Z3RUR1, Borealis, V1
Abstract The euglenids are a species-rich group of flagellates with varying modes of nutrition that can be found in diverse habitats. Phagotrophic members of this group gave rise to phototrophs and hold the key to understanding the evolution of euglenids as a whole, including the...
Sep 21, 2023 - UBC Dryad2Dataverse
van den Hurk, Youri; Sikström, Fanny; Amkreutz, Luc; Bleasdale, Madeleine; Borvon, Aurélia; Ephrem, Brice; Fernández-Rodríguez, Carlos; Gibbs, Hannah; Johnsson, Leif; Lehouck, Alexander; Martínez Cedeira, Jose; Meng, Stefan; Monge Soares, Rui; Moreno, Marta; Nabais, Mariana; Nores, Carlos; Pis Millán, José Antonio; Riddler, Ian; Schmölcke, Ulrich; Segschneider, Martin; Speller, Camilla; Vretemark, Maria; Wickler, Stephen; Collins, Matthew; Nadeau, Marie-Josée; Barrett, James, 2023, "MALDI-TOF MS spectra of archaeological whale bone specimens from Atlantic Europe", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/PQIIH5, Borealis, V1
Abstract Whale bones are regularly found during archaeological excavations. Identification of these specimens to taxonomic levels is problematic due to their fragmented state. This lack of taxonomic resolution limits understanding of the past spatiotemporal distributions of whale...
Sep 21, 2023 - UBC Dryad2Dataverse
Earhart, Madison, 2023, "Heatwave resilience of juvenile white sturgeon is associated with epigenetic and transcriptional alterations", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/DHKKOM, Borealis, V1
Abstract Heatwaves are increasing in frequency and severity, posing a significant threat to organisms globally. In aquatic environments, heatwaves are often associated with low environmental oxygen, which is a deadly combination for fish. However, surprisingly little is known abo...
Sep 21, 2023 - UBC Dryad2Dataverse
Cooney, Elizabeth; Holt, Corey C.; Jacko-Reynolds, Victoria; Leander, Brian S.; Keeling, Patrick J., 2023, "Data for: Photosystems in the eye-like organelles of heterotrophic warnowiid dinoflagellates", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/NSUGAK, Borealis, V1
Abstract The function of the eye-like ocelloid in warnowiid dinoflagellates remains unknown because warnowiids are rare and uncultured, and scant molecular data exists for this group. While the ocelloid resembles the camera-type eyes found in animals, it is composed of organelles...
Sep 21, 2023 - UBC Dryad2Dataverse
Rivest, Stephanie A.; Wolkovich, E. M.; Kharouba, Heather M., 2023, "Butterfly nectar foraging and flowering plant community data from field surveys in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/96ZLGC, Borealis, V1
Abstract The negative impacts of non-native species have been well documented, but some non-natives can play a positive role in native ecosystems. One way that non-native plants can positively interact with native butterflies is by provisioning nectar. Relatively little is known...
Sep 21, 2023 - UBC Dryad2Dataverse
Efford, Meaghan; Taft, Spencer; George, Micheal; George, Michelle; Morin, Jesse; Cavers, Hannah; Hilsden, Jay; Paskulin, Lindsey; Loewen, Doris; Zhu, Jennifer; Christensen, Villy; Speller, Camilla, 2023, "Archaeology demonstrates sustainable Ancestral Coast Salish salmon stewardship over thousands of years pre-contact", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/LOSMCQ, Borealis, V1
Abstract Salmon are an essential component of the ecosystem in Tsleil-Waututh Nation’s traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory, centred on present-day Burrard Inlet, BC, Canada, where Tsleil-Waututh people have been harvesting salmon, along with a wide variety of other fish...
Sep 19, 2023 - UBC Research Data Collection
Hill, Ryley, 2023, "ALMA-HUDF images", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/YWBVWH, Borealis, V1
ALMA Band 6 images associated with the paper "An optimal ALMA image of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field in the era of JWST: obscured star formation and the cosmic far-infrared background".
Sep 13, 2023 - UBC Research Data Collection
Zambrano Garza, Elizabeth; Hoppmann, Christiane, 2023, "Daily solitude and well‐being associations in older dyads: Evidence from daily life assessments", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/U25VGB, Borealis, V1, UNF:6:Z47Lotk/uhTrv4QSCWpCnA== [fileUNF]
Data and code for analyses for manuscript titled "Daily solitude and well‐being associations in older dyads: Evidence from daily life assessments"
Sep 11, 2023 - UBC Research Data Collection
Gilmour, Thomas; Stacey, Jocelyn, 2023, "Access to Environmental Justice in Canadian Environmental Impact Assessment", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/SRIIBK, Borealis, V1
These two files contain data taken from the public registries for Environmental and Impact Assessment in BC and federal jurisdictions, as well as financial data sourced from the federal government's proactive disclosures website, and the EAO. The "Engagement Data" captures intera...
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