# Browse School of Earth, Society, and Environment by Title

• (1986)
Hazard perception research has been based on the assumption that an individual's hazard behavior is a function of his hazard perception (his subjective beliefs about the hazard). Yet empirical evidence on the perception-behavior ...

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• (2013-02-03)
This dissertation examines the effects of neighborhood conditions on health outcomes in New Orleans pre- and post-hurricane Katrina, an important topic in the context of community recovery following a disaster event. This ...

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• (2011-05-25)
Conventional cotton growing in Burkina Faso is unsustainable. It is characterized by low incomes for most smallholder growers, dependence on expensive agro-chemical inputs, and male bias across the sector. By contrast, the ...

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• (1993)
Precise source parameters, including focal depths and mechanisms, of 74 large to moderate-sized $(m\sb{b} \ge 5.5)$ earthquakes that occurred along the Kuril-Kamchatka arc between 1963 and 1991 were determined by inverting ...

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• (1981)
Complex, dynamic hydrogeochemical systems--involving the transport and fractionation of water and solutes--occur in the rocks, surficial materials, and surface waters of the south fork of Wright Valley, situated in the ...

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• (1988)
Structure and chemical composition of the products of the reaction of crystalline low albite and a glass of nearly albite composition with aqueous solutions of pH's from 1 to 11 at 250$\sp\circ$C and the mechanisms of these ...

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• (2010-05-19)
Mesoscale Gravity Waves (MGWs) are large pressure perturbations that form in the presence of a stable layer at the surface either behind Mesoscale Convective Systems (MCSs) in summer or over warm frontal surfaces behind ...

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• (1996)
Illite was first named in 1937 in Illinois by Ralph Grim, one of the founders of clay mineralogy. Illite is the most abundant clay mineral on the earth's surface. However, we know very little about the origin of illite in ...

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• (2012-05-22)
Seismic velocity models obtained from the joint inversion of ambient seismic noise correlation and receiver function analysis show a representation of the crustal and uppermost mantle velocity structure in north central ...

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• (2013-02-03)
Humans have and are likely to continue to dramatically alter both the global landscape through the conversion of natural ecosystems into agriculture, and the atmosphere through the combustion of biomass and fossil fuels ...

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