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  1. Energy policy discourses after the 1973 oil price shock in the UK and Germany 

    Metz, Florence; Schick, Veronika; Rapp, Martina (2022)
    This data set contains coded statements made by policy actors mentioned in newspaper articles about historical energy policy discourses between 1970 and 1985 in Germany and the United Kingdom. For more details on the data gathering process, please find attached the files “Data gathering procedure_Germany.pdf” and “Data gathering procedure_UK”. More information on the coding process is provided within the document “Coding Scheme.pdf”. A ...
  2. Bias-corrected and downscaled ERA5-Land 2-m air temperature dataset for Ethiopia for the period 1981-2010 

    Wakjira, Mosisa T.; Peleg, Nadav; Molnar, Peter; et al. (2022)
  3. Dynamics of nanoparticle motion and metal-oxide support encapsulation in redox-reactive gases 

    Frey, Hannes; Beck, Arik; Huang, Xing; et al. (2022)
  4. Data accompanying "Rapid Northern Hemisphere Ice Sheet Melting during the Penultimate Deglaciation" 

    Stoll, Heather (2022)
    The rate and consequences of future high latitude ice sheet retreat remain a major concern given ongoing anthropogenic warming. Here, new precisely dated stalagmite data from NW Iberia provide the first direct, high-resolution records of periods of rapid melting of Northern Hemisphere ice sheets during the penultimate deglaciation. These records reveal the penultimate deglaciation initiated with rapid century-scale meltwater pulses which ...
  5. Model results for "Robust effect of springtime Arctic ozone depletion on surface climate", part 2 

    Friedel, Marina; Chiodo, Gabriel (2022)
    Massive spring ozone loss due to anthropogenic emissions of ozone depleting substances is not limited to the austral hemisphere, but can also occur in the Arctic. Previous studies have suggested a link between springtime Arctic ozone depletion and Northern Hemispheric surface climate, which might add surface predictability. However, so far it has not been possible to isolate the role of stratospheric ozone from dynamical downward impacts. ...
  6. Agricultural ammonia dry deposition and total nitrogen deposition to a Swiss mire 

    Tanner, Elisabeth; Buchmann, Nina; Eugster, Werner (2022)
    Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment
    Mires are among the ecosystems most affected by eutrophication caused by excessive nitrogen (N) inputs via N deposition of ammonium (NH4 +), nitrate (NO3–), nitric acid (HNO3), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), and ammonia (NH3). As NH3 emissions are mostly generated by agriculture, a particular conflict of interest exists in areas where agricultural production systems are located nearby sensitive ecosystems, as often is the case in Switzer- land. ...
  7. The Microfluidic Ice Nuclei Counter Zürich (MINCZ): A platform for homogeneous and heterogeneous ice nucleation 

    Isenrich, Florin; Shardt, Nadia; Rösch, Michael; et al. (2022)
  8. Data sets for "Energy scaling of carrier-envelope-phase-stable sub-two-cycle pulses at 1.76 μm from hollow-core-fiber compression to 1.9 mJ" 

    Zinchenko, Kristina S.; Ardana-Lamas, Fernando; Utrio Lanfaloni, Valentina; et al. (2022)
  9. Detection of chlorotic yellow halos 

    Anderegg, Jonas (2022)
  10. Literature-based data on pore solution compositions of cementitious systems 

    Albert, Cristhiana; Isgor, O. Burkan; Angst, Ueli (2022)
    This database consists of a literature review of pore solutions of cementitious systems produced with Portland cement and supplementary cementitious materials. The systems exhibit diverse mix proportioning, ages from early hours up to 16 years, curing and exposure conditions, and different extraction and analysis methods of the pore solution composition.

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