Now showing items 1-10 of 2748
- . . .
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 ...
Assessing Competition with the Panzar-Rosse Model : The Role of Scale, Costs, and Equilibrium
Contributor:Bikker, Jacob A.; Shaffer, Sherrill; Spierdijk, Laura
The Panzar-Rosse test has been widely applied to assess competitive conduct, often in specifications controlling for firm scale or using a price equation. We show that neither a price equation nor a scaled revenue function ...
EdTPA and the Power of Arts Integration, The
The edTPA (teacher performance assessment) is a nationally administered performance-based, subject-specific assessment used to emphasize, measure and support the skills and knowledge that all teachers need in the classroom ...
Wealth Accounting, Ecological Capital and Ecosystem Services
Contributor:Barbier, Edward B.
This paper develops a methodology for including ecosystem services in a wealth accounting framework. Accounting for ecosystems and their services leads to adjusting net domestic product (NDP) for the direct benefits provided ...
GeoChemical Sourcing of the LaPrele Mammoth Kill Site
Contributor:Kent, Meghan M.
Red ochre pigment, or the mineral hematite, is commonly recovered from Early Paleoindian sites in the American west. Although it is clear that early peoples in the New World were transporting pigments from place to place, ...
06. Ecological Relationships Lesson #5 : Wolf Reintroduction
Contributor:Schulte, Kristen; Houseal, Ana K.
This lesson introduces youth to thinking critically about wolves in Yellowstone National Park (YNP) while looking to resources to build their understanding of ecological and conservation issues.
Results of a Serosurvey of a Rural Population for West Nile Virus Antibodies
Contributor:Cooper, Jeanie; Graham, Josh; Hutchison, Jim; Hosking, Seth; Printz, Rod; Niemeyer, Kelli; Richardson, Dallan; Gard, Philip; McFall, Jonathon
West Nile Virus (WNV) is an RNA arbovirus in the family Flaviviridae. While birds are the primary reservoir for the virus, humans can be a terminal host. In Wyoming, the Culex tarsalis mosquito acts as the primary vector. ...
Disseminating Probiotic Yogurt Recipe and Educational Materials to Underserved People with Type II Diabetes in Albany County
There is a growing concern in the underserved population of Albany County with not only Type II Diabetes but with food insecurity, where there is limited access to medical resources and food for balanced diets. This is ...
Comparative Effectiveness Research : Campus Wellness Programs
Comparative effectiveness research is used in healthcare fields to provide information on the effectiveness, benefits, and harms of different treatment options. In this study, a comparative effectiveness approach was used ...