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An evaluation of how ECU staff persons coped with Hurricane Floyd
An evaluation of how ECU staff persons coped with Hurricane Floyd
This study focuses first on the nature and extent of damage suffered by particular groups of staff persons; second, it examines recovery assistance and community response to the flood., "November 7, 2000."--P. [8]., Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption; (viewed June 2014), This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. CMS-9632458.
An evaluation of recovery needs for endangered fishes in the upper Colorado River, with recommendations for future recovery actions, final report
An evaluation of recovery needs for endangered fishes in the upper Colorado River, with recommendations for future recovery actions, final report
Native fishes of the upper Colorado River UCR basin are declining in abundance. The most likely cause of their decline is anthropogenic alteration of the natural environment. Habitat of the native Colorado River fishes has been changed greatly during the last 100 years by human actions including physical alterations and the introduction of nonnative species. Changes in the physical and biological characteristics of riverine habitat have contributed to the endangerment of four native fish species Colorado (pikeminnow, humpback chub, bonytail, and razorback sucker). These and other fishes native to the main channels of the Colorado River system ("big river fish community") have disappeared from most of their original habitat. Concern about the decline and endangerment of four species from the big river fish community resulted in Federal and state endangerment listings., by Harold M. Tyus and James F. Saunders, III ; prepared as part of a cooperative agreement with the Colorado River Water Conservation District., "13 January 1998. (Revised 15 December 1999)", Bibliography: pages 56 -76., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2018)
An evaluation of the role of tributary streams for recovery of endangered fishes in the upper Colorado River Basin, with recommendations for future recovery actions, final report
An evaluation of the role of tributary streams for recovery of endangered fishes in the upper Colorado River Basin, with recommendations for future recovery actions, final report
Native fishes of the upper Colorado River UCR basin are declining in abundance. Alteration of the natural riverine environment during the last 100 years by human actions including physical alterations and the introduction of nonnative species. Changes in the physical and biological characteristics of riverine habitat have contributed to the endangerment of four native fish species Colorado (pikeminnow, humpback chub, bonytail, and razorback sucker). These and other fishes native to the main channels of the Colorado River system ("big river fish community") have disappeared from most of their original habitat. Successful recovery of all four of the endangered big river fishes in the upper Colorado River basin will depend on the maintenance and expansion of present Colorado River basin will depend on the maintenance and expansion of present endangered fish populations and in some cases the establishment of new populations, by Harold M. Tyus and James F. Saunders, III., "March 29, 2001.", Bibliography: pages 86 -106., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2018), Upper Colorado Endangered Fish Recovery Program, project number 101
An exploratory forecast experiment to predict supercooled liquid water in the Sierra Nevada
An exploratory forecast experiment to predict supercooled liquid water in the Sierra Nevada
John A. Flueck and David W. Reynolds., "November 1988.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed April 2020)
An integrated approach to violence prevention
An integrated approach to violence prevention
Caption title., "The information for this fact sheet was taken from the concluding chapter of Violence in American Schools : a New Perspective. This chapter, as well as this fact sheet, summarizes the key themes and recommendations of the previous 12 chapters in this volume. These chapters are individually summarized in fact sheets FS-SV02 through FS-SV12"--P. [1]., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
An outline of China's natural resources law
An outline of China's natural resources law
Gu Xueting., Print version record.
An overview of bullying
An overview of bullying
Caption title., Includes bibliographical references., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
An overview of bullying
An overview of bullying
Caption title., Includes bibliographical references., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
An overview of drought in Kenya : natural hazards research paradigm
An overview of drought in Kenya : natural hazards research paradigm
Benjamin Wisner., "July, 1976.", Cover title., Print version record.
An urban nightclub multicasualty shooting : lessons learned in critical incident stress management
An urban nightclub multicasualty shooting : lessons learned in critical incident stress management
The field of critical incident stress management in emergency services has evolved significantly in the past decade. The question is whether having these resources translates to better care and coverage for those involved in critical incidents. The researchers conducted a case study of the services provided to responders and to the population affected in the Columbus, Ohio, area following the nightclub shooting in December 2004., Title from cover., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Analysis of documented stakeholder needs for climate information in the Missouri River Basin
Analysis of documented stakeholder needs for climate information in the Missouri River Basin
Compared to river basins such as the Colorado River, the Missouri River Basin has received relatively minimal federal engagement in terms of the provision of climate services. In order to effectively begin a coordinated, multi-agency effort to meet the climate-related needs of stakeholders throughout the basin, it is critical to identify those needs, catalog research and service capacities, map needs to capacities, and use social network analysis to understand how climate information gets disseminated. This initial project is an attempt at the first step in that process., by John Berggren ; prepared for: Doug Kluck, NOAA Central Region Climate Services Director., "September 2012.", Includes bibliographical references., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2020)
Analysis of microenterprise business segment in Colorado
Analysis of microenterprise business segment in Colorado
Cover title., "December 2004.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Analyzing tribal drought management : a case study of the Hualapai tribe
Analyzing tribal drought management : a case study of the Hualapai tribe
Native American reservations are susceptible to drought and tribes are often faced with unique cultural, political, and technical issues that must be taken into account when planning for and dealing with drought conditions. Therefore, this research project focuses on better understanding tribal drought management issues, Caption title., Includes bibliographic references.
Animal protection in wildfires
Animal protection in wildfires
Brenda D. Phillips [and 14 others]., "1 March 2013.", Oklahoma conflagrations August 4-5, 2012. This research focuses on three areas, Glencoe in Payne County, Mannford in Creek, Pawnee and Tulsa Counties, and Cleveland in Pawnee County, Oklahoma., Print version record.
Announcement, Colorado High School Debating League : including review of last season, and bibliography and analysis of the question for 1927-28, Boudler [sic] Dam project
Announcement, Colorado High School Debating League : including review of last season, and bibliography and analysis of the question for 1927-28, Boudler [sic] Dam project
Russell D. Niles, secretary-treasurer. Bibliography prepared by Amie-Louise Bishop, extension librarian., Includes: History and analysis of the Boulder Dam project / Hubert P. Wolfe., Print version record.
Annual report. 2006
Annual report. 2006
University of Colorado Museum of Natural History., 2006 only issue published?, Cover title.
Annual report. 2006
Annual report. 2006
University of Colorado Museum of Natural History., 2006 only issue published?, Cover title.
Approaches to evaluating the outcomes of faculty outreach
Approaches to evaluating the outcomes of faculty outreach
Sandra Laursen [and others]., Part I: Needs, opportunities and challenges -- Part II: Demonstration project--evaluation of CU contemporary dance works -- Part III: Demonstration project--evaluation of teacher professional development workshops -- Part IV: Demonstration project--girls at the museum exploring science, GAMES., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed July 2019)

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