Recent Submissions

  • Known discharge uncoupled sediment routing 

    Contributor:Brown, Glenn O. (Glenn Owen);
    Date Submitted:1982
    A known discharge, uncoupled, sediment routing model, KUWASER has been developed. The model sequentially solves the steady flow and sediment continuity equations. This procedure allows for efficient solution of sediment ...
  • Solute transport by a volatile solvent 

    Contributor:Brown, Glenn O. (Glenn Owen);
    Date Submitted:1987
    Reclamation and impact analysis of retorted oil shale piles will require prediction of water and solute transport rates over the entire solution content range, down to and including the relatively dry region. In such dry ...
  • Structural evolution of the gold quarry deposit and implications for development, Eureka County, Nevada 

    Contributor:Cole, David M.;
    Date Submitted:1995
    The Gold Quarry deposit, located seven miles north of Carlin, Nevada, is a bulk-minable sediment-hosted disseminated gold deposit situated along the Carlin Trend in Eureka County. A premier gold deposit in North America, ...
  • The experiences of at-risk adolescent girls in group therapy, cofacilitated by a psychotherapist and music therapist : a pilot study 

    Contributor:Braham, David L.;
    Date Submitted:2005
    This study bridges the gap between psychotherapy and music therapy. Based on the experiential essence of musical interventions, it is hypothesized that the inclusion of music therapy in the context of adolescent group ...
  • Measuring changes in areal extent of historic wetlands at Great Sand Dunes National Monument, Colorado 1936-1995 

    Contributor:Hammond, David J.;
    Date Submitted:1998
    Great Sand Dunes National Monument (GRSA) is a unit of the National Park system in south central Colorado. With funding from the Colorado Historical Society, a series of studies were undertaken for an environmental history ...
  • The Frazier Site : an agate basin occupation and lithic assemblage on the Kersey Terrace, northeastern Colorado 

    Contributor:Slessman, Scott A.;
    Date Submitted:2004
    The Frazier site was discovered by Frank Frazier in 1965, and was excavated from 1965 to 1967 by the Denver Museum of Natural History under the direction of H. Marie Wormington. An analysis of the lithic assemblage and a ...
  • Precipitating convective cloud downdraft structure : a synthesis of observations and modeling 

    Contributor:Knupp, Kevin Robert.;
    Date Submitted:1985
    This study represents a comprehensive investigation in which observations are integrated with three-dimensional cloud model results to examine the kinematic, dynamic and thermodynamic structure of downdrafts associated ...
  • Cloud-to-ground lightning polarity and environmental conditions over the central United States 

    Contributor:Kalb, Christina P.;
    Date Submitted:2007
    The majority of cloud-to-ground (CG) lightning across the United States lowers negative charge to the ground. However, recent studies have documented storms that produce an abundance of positive CG lightning. These positive ...
  • Spectral methods for limited area models 

    Contributor:Fulton, Scott R.;
    Date Submitted:1984
    This study investigates the usefulness of Chebyshev spectral methods in limited area atmospheric modeling. Basic concepts of spectral methods and properties of Chebyshev polynomials are reviewed. Chebyshev spectral methods ...
  • Estimation and linear prediction for regression, autoregression and ARMA with infinite variance data 

    Contributor:Cline, Daren B. H.;
    Date Submitted:1983
    This dissertation is divided into four parts, each of which considers random variables from distributions with regularly varying tails and/or in a stable domain of attraction. Part I considers the existence of infinite ...
  • Forging across boundaries 

    Contributor:Bereza, Gene Anthony;
    Date Submitted:2002
    In this thesis I employ my art as a medium for personal narrative and my outlook of the world. I use forged metal in the majority of the works but I also employ other metalsmithing techniques and include non-metal materials ...
  • Gloss : an incomplete glossary 

    Contributor:Lindsten, Scott;
    Date Submitted:2000
    Artmaking at the end of the twentieth century became engulfed by theory. In the wake of such movements as poststructuralism, deconstructionism, and postmodernism, came a reexamination of aesthetics which incorporated an ...
  • Loss and plenty : a banquet of age and spirit 

    Contributor:Sternlieb, Susan Joy;
    Date Submitted:2000
    This exhibition presents a still life tableau on a wooden banquet table, eighteen feet by three and one half feet. The objects on the table are platters, bowls, shards and potatoes of fired clay and urethane rubber. All ...
  • Gifts to a pagan grace 

    Contributor:Streams, Cheryl Josephine;
    Date Submitted:1994
    This thesis explores the inspiration and passion that have transformed my ideas into physical forms. By breaking boundaries, I explore both physical and surrounding space in the process of creating metal forms. Thus, in ...
  • Naturaleza muerta 

    Contributor:Mott, Cynthia;
    Date Submitted:1995
    I am constantly seeking out images that surround my daily life. I am attracted to the refuse of man-made objects that are left behind in varying states of decay. They become the records of existence, of the comings and ...
  • The ubiquitious equine 

    Contributor:Kaup, Karla M. Parker;
    Date Submitted:1995
    I have been a connoisseur of the American back road for quite some time now. "Rural America" is a subculture that is quiet, yet powerful. As I swallow endless ribbons of asphalt one common sight has captivated me all my ...
  • Planes of reality 

    Contributor:Tisdale, Tracy Lee;
    Date Submitted:1990
    I am using a format of a barrage of selected images to show the inundation of images we as individuals receive on a daily basis. Each panel is composed of bordered images, combined to produce a comprehensive subject. The ...
  • Nothing stays unchanged 

    Contributor:Kim, Unmi;
    Date Submitted:1989
    The concepts of time and memory have been the dominant influence in my work for a number of years. The two are inextricably linked to the reality in which we live and the manner in which we perceive that reality. It was ...
  • The Putnam River stories : blankets from 1984 to 1987 

    Contributor:Trottmann, Robert Bruce;
    Date Submitted:1987
    The blankets are about birds, rivers, deer, and sticks. They are about the stages: life, death, birth, and rebirth. They describe walking crippled and not walking at all, fences, stairways, barriers, and protection. They ...

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