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  • Analysis of the corpus
    Move and step analysis of the selected conference abstracts in English and Spanish.
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  • Checklist of West African Elasmobranchs
    Checklist of West African elasmobranchs, based on Weighmann (2016) global annotated chondrichthyan checklist. Following taxonomically Naylor et al (2012), and considering all reports from documented databases and references, in the ecorregions 79, 80 and 81 of Spalding et al. (2007) system.
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  • Senegal hotels and private clinics
    The target population consists of private clinics and four and five star hotels located in Senegal’s Coastal Region. Of the total of 40 clinics in the country, according to sources obtained from Senegal’s Ministry of Health, 28 are in the target region of our research. The target population in the case of hotels is made up of the four and five-star hotels that are located along Senegal’s coast, out of the total of 200 hotels that are in the area. During our research, all the clinics in the area under study were interviewed, 21 of the 28 agreed to collaborate by providing the information requested. In this case, though the statistical universe studied is 28 establishments, the sample analysed consisted of 21 cases.
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  • Free-ranging short-finned pilot whales morphometric measurements from aerial photographs (North Atlantic)
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  • Supplementary Material: Changes in soil chemical properties and plant species composition during primary succession on an oceanic island.
    This data set includes the supplementary material of the article "Changes in soil chemical properties and plant species composition during primary succession on an oceanic island". Environmental variables and floristic data of the analyzed plots.
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  • Sea Turtle Strandings data in Tenerife (Canary Islands)
    Sea turtle populations have suffered a significant decline in recent years, mainly due to anthropogenic causes. The Canary Islands (Spain) constitute an important passage and feeding area for several species of sea turtles. Historical stranding records in this archipelago revealed a high frequency of strandings of Caretta caretta and Chelonia mydas species. Tenerife is the island with the highest sea turtle strandings, registered by the La Tahonilla Wilde Recovery Centre, which provided us with a database on strandings collected over 23 years, from January 1998 to February 2021, with a total of 1,875 registered cases. A systematic review of this database was performed, which consisted of a one-by-one review of all data, checking the consistency of each stranding record, the missing variables, the mistakes in its compilation as well as sorting all entries in the database. The cases with missing stranding or descriptive data were eliminated from the review. Finally, we selected 965 records of stranded sea turtles on the coast and at sea. This dataset contains these stranding records, identifying their main causes. It has been analyzed in the study entitled “Sea Turtle Stranding Records and fishing interactions on an Oceanic Atlantic Island, Tenerife, Canary Islands”, carried out in 2021. This study showed that the main cause of stranding for sea turtles is fishing gear, specifically nets, and hooks employed by surface longlines, that drift into Canarian waters. Furthermore, the individuals affected by this problem in the study area correspond to juvenile sea turtles.
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  • The role of digital leisure in family context with adolescent: a systematic review
    Database with all the reviewed articles (n=7292) with the exclusion criteria applied for the elaboration of the paper entitled "The role of digital leisure in family context with adolescent: a Systematic Review" according to the PRISMA 2020 Protocol. - The research questions are: RQ1. What are the references that have analysed the role of digital leisure in family relationships with adolescent children as the main research objective? RQ2. What methodology has been used for the study of digital leisure in family relationships with adolescent children? RQ3. What are the theories underlying the research on digital leisure in family relationships with adolescent children? RQ4. What are the most relevant results of research on digital leisure in family relationships with adolescent children? - Information sources: WoS, Scopus, ERIC, APA PsycARTICLE and Sociological abstract (final search 10/01/2022). - Exclusion criteria: 1. Individual actions. 2. Actions without technological mediation. 3. Theoretical contributions, other reviews, and meta-analyses. Moreover, any contribution that is not a scientific article will be rejected. 4. Joint digital leisure actions in regulated environments or interventions from schools or health system for example. - Inclusion criteria: 1. The research considers the leisure activity as a joint action between parents or grandparents and adolescents. 2. The shared activity is significantly mediated by digital technology devices or services 3. It is a quantitative, qualitative, or mixed research. 4. The joint action takes place within the family context itself and does not correspond to projects promoted form the school or health centres. - Studies included in review n=14.
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  • Systematic review videogames and executive functions in adolescence and early adulthood
    Database with all the reviewed articles (n=1093), together with the exclusion criteria applied for the elaboration of the paper titled "The role of videogames in mediating executive functions in adolescence and early adulthood: a systematic review"
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  • El HIERRO_Q2
    This dataset contains a set of interviews performed in La Restinga (El Hierro, Canary Islands) to analyze the recovery of small-scale fishing activity in the area affected by the volcano eruption that occurred in October 2021.
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  • EL HIERRO_Q1
    This dataset contains s set of face-to-face interviews that were performed using a questionnaire (Q1) and conducted by a team composed of sociologists and anthropologists. This main goal was to evaluate the socio-economic recovery in La Restinga after the underwater eruption, which occurred in October 2011.
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