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31Data-from-Experimental-taphonomy-of-Artemia-reveals-the-role-of-endogenous-microbes-in-mediating-the-decay-and-fossilisation-of-bilaterian-animals http://data.bris.ac.uk/data/ckanWe-undertook-an-experimental-study-of-the-decay-of-the-brine-shrimp-Artemia-examining-the-roles-of-autolysis-microbial-activity-oxygen-diffusion-and-reducing-conditions-Our-findings-indicate-that-endogenous-gut-bacteria-are-the-main-factor-controlling-decay
32UAV-Aerial-Survey-Clifton-Camp-ST56557330 http://data.bris.ac.uk/data/ckanThis-data-was-collected-via-low-altitude-UAV-Unmanned-Aerial-Vehicle-survey-of-an-area-of-Clifton-Camp-ST565557330-best-known-for-its-Iron-Age-promontory-fort-The-dataset-comprises-of-metadata-records-near-vertical-photographs-and-a-derived-3D-polygonal-mesh
33Data-from-The-forgotten-flies-the-importance-of-non-syrphid-Diptera-as-pollinators http://data.bris.ac.uk/data/ckanWe-specifically-compare-non-syrphid-Diptera-and-Syrphidae-to-determine-whether-neglect-of-the-former-in-the-literature-is-justified-We-found-no-significant-difference-in-pollen-loads-between-the-syrphid-and-non-syrphid-Diptera-Moreover-there-was-no-significant-difference-in-the-level-of-specialization-between-the-two-groups-in-the-pollen-transport-networks-though-the-Syrphidae-had-significantly-greater-visitation-evenness
34Advanced-computer-modelling-of-hominin-dispersal-from-Africa-integrating-archaeological-and-palaeoclimatic-simulations http://data.bris.ac.uk/data/ckanThis-project-combined-expertise-from-the-fields-of-climatology-and-archaeology-in-order-to-develop-a-new-computer-model-for-exploring-through-simulation-hominin-dispersal-out-of-Africa-Our-process-based-approach-built-on-the-Stepping-Out-model-of-hominin-colonisation-developed-by-Professor-Steven-Mithen-of-Reading-University-It-also-incorporates-information-from-palaeoclimatic-simulations-by-Professor-Paul-Valdes-of-Bristol-University-which-were-completed-using-the-Hadley-Centre-climate-model-The-methods-developed-during-this-project-provide-a-powerful-method-for-integrating-genetic-fossil-archaeological-and-climate-data-to-increase-our-understanding-of-prehistoric-migration
35Data-from-The-fossil-record-of-ichthyosaurs-completeness-metrics-and-sampling-biases http://data.bris.ac.uk/data/ckanExcel-file-containing-all-data-on-ichthyosaur-completeness-environmental-parameters-references-and-model-outputs
36UAV-Aerial-Survey-Blackquarries-Hill-Long-Barrow-ST77509320 http://data.bris.ac.uk/data/ckanThis-data-was-collected-via-low-altitude-UAV-survey-of-Blackquarries-Hill-Long-Barrow-ST77509320-The-dataset-comprises-of-metadata-records-near-vertical-photographs-and-a-derived-3D-polygonal-mesh
37Seawater-carbonate-chemistry-and-auditory-behavior-of-Orange-clownfish-Amphiprion-percula-during-experiments http://data.bris.ac.uk/data/ckanThis-study-provides-to-our-knowledge-the-first-evidence-that-ocean-acidification-affects-the-auditory-response-of-fishes-with-potentially-detrimental-impacts-on-early-survival
38New-word-learning-in-Down-syndrome http://data.bris.ac.uk/data/ckanthis-research-will-investigate-the-new-word-learning-of-individuals-with-Down-syndrome-using-a-task-in-which-they-have-to-associate-nonwords-with-unfamiliar-objects-By-varying-whether-individuals-have-to-provide-the-nonword-associated-with-a-given-object-or-whether-they-have-to-select-the-object-associated-with-a-given-nonword-we-can-test-quality-of-individuals
39Effects-of-processing-load-on-speech-segmentation http://data.bris.ac.uk/data/ckanThis-research-aims-to-place-the-segmentation-problem-within-the-larger-context-of-attention-memory-and-effort-and-hence-to-bring-speech-segmentation-models-closer-to-ecological-validity
40Bristol-Particular-Accounts-and-Port-Books-of-the-Sixteenth-Century-1503-1601 http://data.bris.ac.uk/data/ckanTranscription-and-translation-of-thirteen-Exchequer-particular-accounts-and-port-books-of-sixteenth-century-Bristol-written-originally-in-Latin-These-customs-accounts-cover-eleven-complete-accounting-years-running-from-Michaelmas-29-September-to-Michaelmas-The-years-covered-are-15034-15167-15256-15412-15423-15456-15501-15634-15756-15945-and-16001-The-original-documents-are-all-in-The-National-Archives-in-London-They-were-transcribed-as-part-of-the-ESRC-funded-project-Ireland-Bristol-trade-in-the-sixteenth-century