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Recommendations for the successful captive breeding of North American river otters (Lontra canadensis)
Contributor:Haar, Allison Kema Rose
The North American river otter (NARO) (Lontra canadensis) is a semi-aquatic mammal found in the wild throughout North America, and captive at many institutions throughout the world. The Association of Zoos and Aquariums' ...
Tempered steel, vol. 21, 2011
Contributor:Colorado State University-Pueblo. Department of English and Foreign Languages; Colorado State University-Pueblo. College of Humanities and Social Science; Colorado State University-Pueblo Students
Energy modeling and possible renewable energy solutions for airports
Contributor:Karakaya, Dilan Ecem
Airports involve energy-intensive operations that can considerably lower cost by investing in energy-efficient technologies. Improved lighting, mechanical, HVAC systems and using renewable energy sources are the biggest ...
Salvage from Crews-Beggs store after flood
Unidentified merchandise stacked on damaged tables outside the Crews-Beggs department store in downtown Pueblo. People are visible in the street in the background.
Cesar Chavez and Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales, ca. 1973
[Cesar Chavez and Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales, ca. 1973]
'Air' tower amid the flood debris
Structure marked 'air' amid the flood debris. The Riverside Social Club is in the background.
Student occupation of TB-1, University of Colorado-Boulder, 1974
[Student occupation of TB-1, University of Colorado-Boulder, 1974]
Juan Federico "Freddie Freak" Trujillo Oral History and 16 mm film excerpt # 1
Contributor:Soto, Ruth; Trujillo, Juan Federico "Freddie Freak"
Juan Federico "Freddie Freak" Trujillo discussing his introduction to the Chicano Movement on the University of Colorado campus in Boulder, CO.
Hungry eye, 1999
Contributor:Colorado State University-Pueblo. Department of English and Foreign Languages; Colorado State University-Pueblo. College of Humanities and Social Science; University of Southern Colorado Students
Store fronts along Union Avenue damaged by the flood
Receeding flood waters and debris along Union Avenue. Damaged automobiles parked in front of store fronts.