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Aramendia, Emmanuel and Heun, Matthew K. and Brockway, Paul E. and Taylor, Peter G. (2022) Dataset associated with "Developing a Multi-Regional Physical Supply Use Table framework to improve the accuracy and reliability of energy analysis". [Dataset]

Butt, Edward (2022) Achieving Brazil’s deforestation target will deliver air quality and public health benefits: dataset. [Dataset]

Conibear, Luke and Reddington, Carly L. and Silver, Ben J. and Chen, Ying and Knote, Christoph and Arnold, Stephen R. and Spracklen, Dominick V. (2022) Supplementary Data: Sensitivity of Air Pollution Exposure and Disease Burden to Emission Changes in China using Machine Learning Emulation. [Dataset]

Daily, Martin I. and Tarn, Mark D. and Whale, Thomas F. and Murray, Benjamin J. (2022) Data for "An evaluation of the heat test for the ice-nucleating ability of minerals and biological material". [Dataset]

Harrison, A.D and O'Sullivan, D. and Adams, Michael P and Porter, Grace, C.E and Murray, Benjamin (2022) Data from the 2017 measurement campaign in Barbados (Ice-B). [Dataset]. [Dataset]

Monger, Felicity and Bond, Steph and Spracklen, Dominick and Kirkby, Michael (2022) Overland flow velocity and soil properties. [Dataset]

Monger, Felicity and Spracklen, Dominick V. and Kirkby, Mike and Schofield, Lee (2022) The impact of semi-natural woodland and pasture on soil properties and streamflow - dataset. [Dataset]

Porter, GE and Murray, Benjamin and Adams, MP and Brooks, IM and Zieger, Paul and Karlsson, Linn (2022) Ice-nucleating particle data from the cruise to the North Pole on board the Oden Icebreaker. [Dataset]

Robinson, Suzanne and Ivanovic, Ruza and Gregoire, Lauren and Tindall, Julia and van de Flierdt, Tina and Plancherel, Yves and Pöppelmeier, Frerk and Tachikawa, Kazuyo and Valdes, Paul (2022) Supplementary: Simulating neodymium isotopes in the ocean component of the FAMOUS general circulation model (XPDAA): sensitivities to reversible scavenging efficiency and benthic source distributions. [Dataset]

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