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Language and Identity
As globalization develops, demographics evolve, and the linguistic blueprint of many countries morphs, the complexity of both language and individual identity becomes more acute. Yet, despite such fluidity, language and ...
Restoration of native baboon-plant mutualisms following eradication of the invasive prickly pear cactus (Opuntia stricta)
When mammals select for fleshy fruits of introduced species, subsequent seed dispersal may increase a potential invader's rate of establishment and spread. We assessed whether olive baboons (Papio anubis) select for the ...
Educational Lessons and Strategies for Wildlife Educators and Teachers at Animal-Associated Wildlife Centers
Increasing industrialization and urbanization are causing a decreasing amount of non-urban wildlife interaction and nature experiences. Less contact with the natural world is potentially creating a lack of interest in the ...
Bulletin No. 121 - Swamp Fever in Wyoming
Contributor:University of Wyoming. Agricultural Experiment Station
Factors that Shape Outdoor Leaders : An Exploration of Outdoor Leadership Development Methods and Themes
Contributor:Ley, Gregory A.
Through my years of experience educating people in the outdoors I have continued to grow and improve my skillset. The definition of effective outdoor leadership is complex and not completely settled, but the methods by ...
Bridging Indigenous and Immigrant Struggles : A Case Study of American Sāmoa
Evaluation of Several A-Train Ice Cloud Retrieval Products with in Situ Measurements Collected During the SPARTICUS Campaign
Contributor:Deng, Min; Mace, G. G.; Wang, Z.; Lawson, R. Paul
In this study several ice cloud retrieval products that utilize active and passive A-Train measurements are evaluated using in situ data collected during the Small Particles in Cirrus (SPARTICUS) field campaign. The retrieval ...
Fall 2016 PETE Senior Design Team 1 : Final Report
Contributor:Andrade, Deraldo de Carvalho Jacobina; Aldhafeeri, Meshari; Aldhafeeri, Mohammed
PETE Senior Design Team 1 Fall 2016
Mathematical Model for HIV Focusing on High Risk Populations in Yunnan, China, A
HIV/AIDS has been a major epidemic problem in all corners of the globe. Nearly every culture around the world is affected by it in one way or another. In order to help control its far reaching implications, we need to first ...
Synthesis and Photocatalytic Properties of Nanocrystalline Hematite Films : Comparison to Natural Hematite Crystals
Contributor:Shankle, A. J. A.; Eggleston, Carrick; Ackerman, J.; Borman, C. J.
Meeting abstract for "Synthesis and Photocatalytic Properties of Nanocrystalline Hematite Films: Comparison to Natural Hematite Crystals."