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Riparian willow decline in Colorado : interactions of ungulate browsing, native birds and fungi
Contributor:Kaczynski, Kristen Mannix
Willows (Salix spp.) are critical components of Rocky Mountain riparian ecosystems. They provide food for ungulates and beavers; habitat for resident and migratory bird populations, and amphibians; and are integral components ...
Quantifying the limits of convective parameterizations : a statistical characterization of simulated cumulus convection
Contributor:Jones, Todd R.
This study reviews and characterizes such departures from convective quasiequilibrium, that is, fluctuations about the equilibrium state that are found to be present in convective simulations of a cloud-resolving model ...
“...by recalling... memories we add to our store of dreams; we are never real historians, but always near poets, and our emotion is perhaps nothing but an expression of a poetry that was lost.” by Gaston Bachelard - Crossing ...
Comprehensive health literacy assessment for college students
This study presents the content of a new health literacy assessment tool tailored specifically for the 18-24 year-old college student population. The new tool encompasses a more comprehensive measurement of comprehension, ...
Hyperovals, Laguerre planes and hemisystems - an approach via symmetry
In 1872, Felix Klein proposed the idea that geometry was best thought of as the study of invariants of a group of transformations. This had a profound effect on the study of geometry, eventually elevating symmetry to a ...
A concepts for calculus intervention : measuring student attitudes toward mathematics and achievement in calculus
Data indicate that about 40 percent of students initially enrolled in MATH 160: Calculus for Physical Scientists I finish the course with a grade of D or F, dropped, or withdrew from the course (Reinholz, 2009). The high ...
An analysis of rainfall for the July 28, 1997 flood in Fort Collins, Colorado
Contributor:Doesken, Nolan J.; McKee, Thomas B.
Socio-environmental tradeoff analysis using decision science tools to guide river management
Contributor:Martin, David M.
Across the globe, rivers are put into the service of meeting human needs and wants. Societal dependence on rivers and the consumptive benefits they provide has advanced at the unanticipated cost of degrading biodiversity ...
A general computational form for a class of nonlinear systems incorporating both spectral and finite difference approximations
Contributor:Baer, Ferdinand; King, R. L.
Who are the locavores and where do they shop? : an analysis of fresh produce market choices in the United States
Contributor:Thilmany-McFadden, Dawn; Thomas, Cathy; Onozaka, Yuko