"May 2001.", "Co-sponsored by the Wirth Chair at the University of Colorado at Denver and the [sic] The CEO Coalition to Advance Sustainable Technology with the support of CH2M-Hill and U.S. Department of Energy.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
The report discusses findings from a study designed to capture the experiences of USDA accredited certification organizations in implementing the National Organic Program (NOP) regulation. Data for this study were collected through formal interviews and an online survey of NOP accredited certification organizations. In the spring of 2013, the research team conducted interviews with 11 such organizations. These interviews helped researchers identify implementation challenges and successes, develop survey questions, and explore relationships between the certifiers and the Accredited Certifiers Association. Following the interviews, an online survey was sent to representatives at 88 accredited certification organizations. Forty three survey responses were received for a response rate of 48.9%., report presented to the Accredited Certifiers Association ; Saba Siddiki, Sara Miller Chonaiew, Christopher M. Weible, David P. Carter, John Brett., "October 2013.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2019)
The landscape of Colorado's online schools has experienced dramatic changes in recent years. The number of online schools has increased and student enrollment has grown from 3,248 in 2003-2004 to 16,464 in 2011-2012. This study seeks to gain a better understanding of online learning and previous experiences in brick-and-mortar classrooms from the perspective of high school students and parents of students in kindergarten through 12th grade., "October 2012.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2018)
Local level political activity in Colorado related to oil and gas development peaked in the late summer of 2014. This report examines the varied local political activity with two primary goals. The first goal is to describe the variety of political activity at the local level. The second goal is to explain the relationship between the level of oil and gas production in a local jurisdiction and the related local political activity. Political activities leading to lawsuits between local governments, industry, and the state are more explicitly examined., author: Samuel Gallaher., "Published September 9, 2015"--Page 2., Bibliography: pages 25-27., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2018)
This report summarizes the results of a 2015 survey designed to gather perceptions of people actively involved in oil and gas development that uses hydraulic fracturing in the United States from a diverse range of sectors and interests. The primary objective of the survey was to help understand policy issues and debates surrounding this issue., authors: Tanya Heikkila & Chris Weible., "Published July 24, 2015 by the School of Public Affairs University of Colorado Denver." -- Page 2., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2018)
This report summarizes the results of a 2016 survey designed to gather perceptions of people actively involved in oil and gas development that uses hydraulic fracturing in the United States from a diverse range of sectors and interests. The primary objective of the survey was to help understand policy issues and debates surrounding this issue., authors: Kristin Olofsson, Tanya Heikkila, Christopher M. Weible., "Published November 30, 2016 by the School of Public Affairs University of Colorado Denver"--Page 2., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2018)
authors: Jonathan Pierce [and 4 others], "Published November 25, 2013 by the School of Public Affairs University of Colorado Denver."-- Page 2., Bibliography: pages 30-32, Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2018)
This report presents the findings from a survey conducted in the spring of 2014 of people directly or indirectly involved in the politics and regulation of oil and natural gas development that utilizes fracking in Texas., authors: Sam Gallaher, [and 5 others], "July 2014.", Bibliography: pages 29-31., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2018)
This report presents the findings from a survey conducted in the fall of 2013 of people in New York State who are involved in the debates and politics of shale gas development that utilizes high-volume hydraulic fracturing. A surveys respondents, termed "policy actors", include individuals from local, state, and federal governments, oil and gas service providers and operators and industry associations, environmental and conservation groups, local citizen groups, and academics and consultants. This study aims to understand the preferences and concerns of policy actors if the moratorium on high volume fracking was lifted., authors: Tanya Heikkila [and 6 others], "April 2014.", Bibliography: page 28., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2018)
The University of Colorado Denver's Program Review Panel studies each unit under review and prepares this final program review report. The objectives of the review were to identify strengths and weaknesses of the College of Architecture and Planning and to make recommendations for program improvement. A broad range of academic and administrative matters was College of Architecture and Planning outcomes assessment, faculty activities, faculty recruitment and retention, and unit resources., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed November 2019)
"12/15/2010.", "Persons completing this report: Julee Herdt, Kellen Schauermann."--P. 3, Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed October 7, 2011), Mode of access: World Wide Web.
The Granada Relocation Center is located near the town of Granada, Colorado. The relocation center, known more commonly as Camp Amache or Amache was one of 10 centers constructed in the United States during World War II for the purpose of interning Japanese Americans and people of Japanese descent. More than 10,000 people passed through Camp Amache and, at its peak, it housed over 7,300 internees, two-thirds of whom were U.S. citizens. The University of Colorado Denver scanned the Amache Japanese American Confinement site and surrounding context using a Leica Scan Station P50 Scanner from Monday, July 8th through July 12th 2019. n total, 121 different scan locations were acquired on site, all of which consisted of 360 degree scans to acquire surrounding context of the site. In addition to scanning, 121 panoramic images were also captured at each location to be used for photo texturing during post processing., "Report Date: July 30, 2020.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2019)
This report presents the findings of different approaches to media analysis of newspaper articles that focus on unconventional oil and gas development inclusive of hydraulic fracturing in New York, Pennsylvania, and Colorado. The first objective is to compare the results of manual coding of media articles on hydraulic fracturing issues from newspapers in New York and Pennsylvania to the automated coding results using the latent Dirichlet allocation (LDA) on the same articles. The purpose is to see if the automated coding can be used as a valid alternative to human coding, particularly when researchers are interested in coding a large number of articles. The findings show that, when comparing the automated coding results to the manual coding results, the inter-rater reliability was considered "fair" and the percent agreement for economic, environmental, and social topics is approximately 61%. In addition, some of the articles that were manually coded did not contain any of the codes which the researchers were searching and when these articles were removed from the analysis, the percent agreement increased to 64%., authors: Benjamin Blair [and 4 others], "November 2014.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2018)
"Winter 1990.", "Funding for this project was made possible through the Colorado Rural Revitalization Project, a cooperative effort of Colorado State University, the University of Colorado, Colorado's Department of Local Affairs, and partially funded by the W.K. Kellog Foundation.", Description based on print version record.