# Browse Dept. of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences by Issue Date

• (1972)

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• (1996)
Three independent but interrelated experiments were conducted to investigate the effects of growing media, irrigation systems and NO3-N concentrations on geranium (Pelargonium hortorum) stock plant production cv "Yours ...

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• (1996)
The research in this thesis is made up of three related experiments, each concerned with nitrate (NO$\sb{3-})$ accumulation and reduction in hydroponically-grown lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.), and its relationship to various ...

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• (1998)
This study investigates how the presence of trees and grass in outdoor common spaces, and exposure to these natural elements enhance inner-city older adults' social integration and important aspects of their well-being. ...

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• (1998)
Aggregation and SOC measures were used to develop a model to simulate the effects of residue placement and physical protection by aggregates on C sequestration. Simulated results were compared against actual C contents; ...

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• (1998)
Finally, a framework is proposed to employ process models in hypothesis testing of ecological scenarios when external entities either interact or do not interact with treatment entities. The analysis of the effect of acidic ...

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• (1998)
Reduction of structural Fe in the clay greatly increased the adsorption and produced substantial degradation of all pesticides. When reacted with chemically treated clays, the total amount of atrazine removed from solution ...

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• (1999)
The oxidation state of structural Fe in clay minerals greatly alters the surface chemistry, and has a large impact on clay-organic interactions. RCCl3 were reacted with oxidized, reduced, and reoxidized forms of three ...

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• (1999)
The influence of discontinuous water films on bioavailability of xenobiotics to soil microorganisms was examined in the third study. Comparisons were made between two scenarios for distributing the xenobiotic relative to ...

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• (1999)
Fire effects on composition and diversity at both sites were greatest in the ground-layer vegetation as there were significant increases in species diversity and cover and dramatic changes among dominant species. Most ...

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• (2000)
Kenaf-aspen boards produced lowest values for linear expansion although no significant factor contributed towards linear expansion. Homogeneous boards performed better in linear stability than the 3-layered boards. Higher ...

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• (2000)
The characterization of spatial variability in soil properties is a prerequisite to many activities, such as site specific management (i.e., precision farming), groundwater and solute transport modeling, groundwater pollution ...

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• (2000)
The Blanding's turtle (Emydoidea blandingii) inhabits shallow freshwater habitats in North America and is undergoing population declines throughout its range. The loss of habitat is largely responsible for the demise of ...

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• (2000)
The general goal of this study is to develop an uncertainty analysis procedure based on realistic distribution for nonlinear models, especially biological models. Parameter estimation, random number generation, and uncertainty ...

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• (2000)
The characterization of spatial variability in soil properties is a prerrequisite to many activities, such as site specific management (i.e., precision farming), groundwater and solute tranport modeling, groundwater pollution ...

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• (2001)
These data will help to fill a void in our knowledge about suburban deer life histories and population dynamics and, thereby provide information essential for the management of overabundant deer.

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• (2001)
The main goal of this research was to transform Vitis. x labruscana L. H. Bailey ('Fredonia' and 'Niagara') and a seedling of a complex hybrid of 'Melody' (='Melody Seedling') with the gene Agl-iaaM (Agl = flower specific ...

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• (2001)
This study presents sophisticated error analysis of the Shannon index in time and space. Error of current estimate increases proportional to measurement while the total forecasting error increases very fast in time. Spatial ...

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• (2001)
The results from this study suggest that the creation of small grassland complexes within an agricultural matrix is an effective conservation strategy. Furthermore, the results underscore the importance of understanding ...

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• (2001)
Seed size and germination differed between varieties and seedlots within varieties. Blending seed using seed weight resulted in an actual composition similar to the intended composition. Including a susceptible variety in ...

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