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ItemXPS data for an article "Selective Permeation "Up" a Chemical Potential Gradient to Enable an Unusual Solvent Purification Modality"(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2023-05-25)The XPS data show the estimation of 4 types of C-bonds in carbon membranes pyrolyzed in various conditions. As the pyrolysis temperature increases, the relative amount of carbon-carbon bonds increases, while carbon-oxygen, and carbon-nitrogen bonds seem to decrease. Additionally, samples that were exposed to methanol have lower amounts of carbon-carbon bonds and increased amounts of carbon-oxygen bonds relative to samples that were not soaked in methanol. This collection of data was used to hypothesize a representative structure that reflects the average composition and bonding of carbons.
ItemMicrocat, Aquadopp, and ADCP data from the 2018-2020 Labrador Sea eastern boundary mooring array as part of the Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic Program (OSNAP)(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2023-05)The Overturning of the Subpolar North Atlantic Program (OSNAP) is an effort to determine the strength of the meridional overturning circulation and associated heat and freshwater fluxes in the subpolar North Atlantic. It is a collaborative program with scientists from the U.S., U.K., Netherlands, Germany, France, Canada, and China. Together, moorings were deployed across the boundaries of the Labrador Sea, Irminger Sea, Iceland Basin, and eastern subpolar North Atlantic. The OSNAP West array consists of 10 moorings spanning from the west Greenland shelf to the base of the continental slope. The 5 shelf moorings are bottom tripods, while the five offshore moorings are tall moorings. The tripod moorings contained a weak-link extension to obtain hydrographic measurements 50 m below the surface. Velocity was measured using a combination of Aquadopps and acoustic Doppler current profilers (ADCPs), and the pressure, temperature, and salinity were measured using MicroCATs. The time period of the first deployment of the array was September 2018 to July 2020. All of the data have been calibrated, processed, and quality controlled.
ItemMicrocat, Aquadopp, and ADCP data from the eastern mid-Atlantic ridge mooring array as part of Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic Program (OSNAP) from 2018-2020(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2023-05)The University of Miami's OSNAP (Overturning in the subpolar North Atlantic Program) is an NSF funded project that is part of the international OSNAP array put in place to measure the full depth, basin-wide overturning circulation and associated transport of heat and freshwater (www.o-snap.org). The UM Eastern MAR array consists of a series of vertical sub-surface moorings deployed along the eastern slope of the Reykjanes Ridge and across the Iceland Basin near 58°N. This dataset contains data from the first four year-long deployments (2014 to 2018) of the Deep Western Boundary Current Array in the Iceland Basin. The data sets are time series of pressure, temperature, salinity and currents and have been fully processed, calibrated and quality controlled.
ItemMeridional Overturning Circulation Observed by the Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic Program (OSNAP) Array from August 2014 to June 2020(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2023)An international effort, Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic Program (OSNAP), is a partnership among oceanographers from the US, UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Canada and China whose goal is to measure and understand what drives the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (MOC) and its variability. OSNAP is consisted of about 60 moorings that stretch from Labrador to Greenland to Scotland, providing a continuous record of the full water column, trans-basin volume transports in the subpolar North Atlantic. The first 6 years of data (August 2014 - June 2020) from the full OSNAP array has been used to produce the monthly estimates of the MOC at OSNAP. All data are freely available from www.o-snap.org.
ItemRaw mechanical testing data for article "Structural damping renders the hawkmoth exoskeleton mechanically insensitive to non-sinusoidal deformations"(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2023)