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Masters ThesisStudy of Summer Lake, OR BB3-I core via biogeochemical molecular and isotopic analysis for Paleoclimate ReconstructionFetzer, Dawn AThe purpose of this study is to test models of millennial-scale climate response to hemispheric-scale drivers during the late Pleistocene in northwestern North America. Towards this end, a 12.5-10.5 mbgs section of the BB3-I core, spanning 38-35 ka in . . .
Masters ThesisLynch, Lauren DanielleThe primary purpose of this study is to examine the strategies biracial and interethnic individuals use in self-identification of racial/ethnic identity. In the United States, multiracial/ethnic individuals have socio-historically been expected to ide . . .
Masters ThesisU-Pb and 40Ar/39Ar geochronology of rhyolitic tuffs and lavas of the Sierra Madre Occidental silicic large igneous province: Insights into Eocene-Oligocene silicic volcanism from a new sample transect, Chihuahua and Durango border region, northern MexicoMoreno, Nick AndrewI present seventeen new U-Pb and eight 40Ar/39Ar ages from a previously unstudied geological traverse across the central Sierra Madre Occidental silicic large igneous province along the Chihuahua-Durango state border in Mexico. These data indicate pro . . .
Masters ThesisAn odontometric investigation of biological origins and affinities of the Yashkuns of Astore, Gilgit-Baltistan, Northern PakistanBarton, Amber MarieThe Yashkun are a Dardic-speaking ethnic group who live in Gilgit-Baltistan in extreme northern Pakistan. Most researchers assert that the Yashkun are immigrants to northern Pakistan from Central Asia. However, other authorities maintain that the Yash . . .
Masters ThesisPaleontological, geochemical, and geophysical climate proxies in Late Pleistocene lacustrine sediments from Summer Lake, Oregon, western Great BasinHeaton, Eric JamesPaleontological, geochemical, and geophysical data from pluvial Summer Lake, Oregon, western Great Basin are the basis for a high resolution paleoclimate record during a time interval (38-34 ka) including the Mono Lake Excursion, Dansgaard-Oeschger in . . .
ThesisArnold, Peter WernerThe following thesis contains two major areas of emphasis. At first I will present a comparative survey of types of workers’ participation systems in the industrial sectors of six countries. Preceding this will be a theoretical treatment of what I def . . .
ArticleHelfer, DorisIn light of the broad interest in enhancing the University of California library system in substantive and cost-effective ways, Richard Atkinson, president of the UC library system, announced an 18-month Library Planning and Action Initiative in Augus . . .
ThesisThe effects of a short term therapeutic camping experience on raising the self-concept of drug abusing delinquent adolescentsPascale, Joseph FitzgeraldThe effects of a short term therapeutic camping experience on raising the Self-concept of drug abusing delinquent adolescents as measured by the Piers-Harris Children's Self-Concept Scale was investigated. Forty adolescent residents of Pride House, a . . .
ThesisGuerra, DianaPurpose: The purpose of this study is to develop a better understanding of parental attachment in Latino adult children of alcoholics (ACoAs) with their parent who struggles with alcoholism. Research questions: Is there a difference in parental attach . . .
ThesisKruszewska, BarbaraThe sites of activity of Na+,K+-ATPase in the sea urchin egg and embryo were determined using a cytochemical localization technique. Fertilized and unfertilized eggs, and embryos at stages of development from 2 to 16-cells were lightly fixed with 2% p . . .