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Loch Arbour, Ocean Township, Fire District No. 3, Monmouth County, New Jersey

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This is one in a series of 455 mid 20th century fire insurance maps produced by the Fire Insurance Rating Organization of New Jersey.

The mineral industry of New Jersey for 192&

Meredith Johnson
The statistics of the mineral industry of New Jersey for the calendar year 192& were collected by the State Department of Conservation and Development in cooperation with the United States Geological Survey and the U. S. Bureau of the Census.

Maternal lactocrine programming of the porcine uterus

Ashley George
Nursing ensures lactocrine delivery of milk-borne bioactive factors to offspring and the lactocrine hypothesis for maternal programming proposes that disruption of lactocrine communication from birth (postnatal day = PND 0) affects both the program and trajectory of porcine uterine development. Establishment of a model system for study of lactocrine-sensitive uterine organizational events shortly after birth in the neonate and for identification of potentially lactocrine-active factors found in porcine colostrum, such as insulin-like growth factor 1...

Fabrication and characterization of carbon and boron carbide nanostructured materials

Sara Reynaud
Carbon is present in nature in a variety of allotropes and chemical compounds. Due to reduced dimensionality, nanostructured carbon materials, i.e. single walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs), are characterized by unique physical and chemical properties. There is a potential for SWNTs use as biological probes and assists for tunable tissue growth in biomedical applications. However, the presumed cytotoxicity of SWNTs requires investigation of the risks of their incorporation into living systems. Boron is not found in...


Nadia Sanjana Choudhury
This is my Poetry thesis.

Why do I feel homesick at a diverse university?

Ana Celia Rodriguez
Latinx first generation college students face challenges on college campuses that may make it more difficult to adjust. First, they are dealing with a steep learning curve from having a lack of knowledge about college compared to students whose parents have a college degree. Secondly, they may also be dealing with racial tension, racial microaggressions, and cultural incongruity between home and school which influences a negative campus cultural climate. The purpose of this qualitative case...

Gargas family portrait

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Photograph was taken on May 1931, my mother Athanasia, my brother Michael and me George, before we left from Newark, NJ USA to Athens Greece. I was dressed with Navy clothes. My big brother John is with my father Anastasios shoulder. Next to my brother John is with my sister Iordana Anita Mimides and in fron of her is her son Stephanos, Steve, he was 3 years old. Next to my sister is my brother...

Denarius - Sydenham 441 - Crawford 228/1

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Crawford says the moneyer is perhaps a grandson of Gaius Valerius Flaccus, praetor of 183, and perhaps the father of Gaius Valerius Flaccus, consul of 93. Sydenham notes a date range of 135-134 B.C.E. (page 49) that is later than the date of 140 B.C.E. that Crawford identifies.

Pitman, New Jersey 1972 west half

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Aerial photograph from the NJ Department of Enivronmental Protection Aerial Photographs Collection showing the western portion of the borough of Pitman in Gloucester County, New Jersey.

Design and synthesis of chiral ligands and their application in transition metal-catalyzed asymmetric hydrogenations

Shaodong Liu
Transition metal catalyzed hydrogenations are among the most powerful and direct approaches for the synthesis of organic molecules. During the past half century, chiral ligands have been extensively studied in transition metal catalyzed transformations. Development of new chiral ligands, efficient catalyst systems and their applications in the reduction of various prochiral unsaturated substrates are the focus of this dissertation. In chapter 1, novel chiral tridentate f-amphox ligands were designed and synthesized. Two chiral wings in...

Talent show at Community House

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Talent show at the Community House at Seabrook Farms.

Targeted nanomedicine platform for cancer stem cells specific therapy

Vatsal V. Shah
Cancer is one of the most fatal diseases in the world. More than 10 million cases of cancer are reported every year. It is responsible for one in 4 deaths in the United States.The agents that are currently used for chemotherapy fail to differentiate between the cancerous and normal cells leading to numerous adverse side-effects. Owing to their toxicity, there is limitation to the amount of dose that can be administered. Due to the lack...

Main Street opposite Maple

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Main street scene of local store fronts and homes. Items shown: a car with a person inside, men, children, and a woman followed by an older woman pushing a stroller. Various flags hang from the buildings. Hotel, lunch room, and Somerset Daily Messenger are advertised.

Vernon Ichisaka, Seabrook Farms

James Seabrook
Vernon Ichisaka was the head of the Soils Lab at Seabrook Farms during the 1950s. He tested soil to ensure it would compatable with seeds, other soils, and produce. The Soils Lab was housed within the Climatology Department at Seabrook Farms.

New Jersey Transit Corporation’s Hurricane Sandy after action report

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This report documents The New Jersey Transit Corporation’s (NJT) employee observations regarding preparation, response, and recovery operations to Hurricane Sandy which made landfall on the New Jersey coast on October 29, 2012.

Student from Child Care Center getting a physical (Image 3 of 3)

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Student from the Child Care Center at Seabrook Farms getting a physical. Picture taken on June 6, 1952.

Across the Watershed, Winter 2006

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This is the quarterly publication of the Great Swamp Watershed Association (GSWA), a nonprofit watershed association working to protect the ecological, historic, and cultural integrity of the Great Swamp and its watershed. This newsletter, which is sent to the GSWA members, contains valuable news, updates and information on conservation issues across the 12,000-acre Great Swamp Watershed within Morris and Somerset Counties. Articles in this issue include: To Sewer Or Not To Sewer: That Is The...

Noniterativity is an Emergent Property of Grammar

Aaron F. Kaplan
Many rule-based theories of phonology include an iterativity parameter so that rules can either be stipulated to apply as many times as possible or restricted to a single application. Optimality Theory cannot replicate this simple device: Constraints that produce iterativity (Agree, Align, Spread, Parse ...) do not produce noniterativity with a simple parameter switch. Furthermore, OT's architecture prevents the generation of true noniterativity: In order to determine whether or not a feature has spread just...

The Jersey ShoreLine Vol. 3 no. 3

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The Jersey ShoreLine is published quarterly by the New Jersey Cooperative Extension Service through the New Jersey Sea Grant Marine Advisory Service in cooperation with the New Jersey Marine Science Consortium.

A decentralized content-based communication framework for supporting decoupled grid interactions

Andres Quiroz Hernandez
This work presents a decentralized and content-based communication framework based on Web Services Notification (WSN) to enable monitoring and loosely-coupled interactions in distributed and particularly Grid systems. Web services have emerged as one of the key enabling technologies for Grid systems, providing platform-independent interactions between distributed applications and resources. The WSN specification is a set of web service standards that define protocols for realizing the publish/subscribe communication pattern. Existing implementations of WSN fail to address...

Soil Cleanup Criteria

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This listing represents the combination of Tables 3-2 and 7-1 from the Department of Environmental Protection and Energy's February 3, 1992 proposed rule entitled Cleanup Standards for Contaminated Sites, N.J.A.C. 7:26D, as corrected based upon errors identified by the Department during or subsequent to the comment period as well as new toxicological or other information obtained since the rule proposal. Please refer to the respective footnotes for more detail. Notwithstanding, where the following criteria are...

Water Snapshot '98: An Earth Week Survey of the Delaware River Basin

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This document reports on the annual event in 1998 in which volunteers take part in monitoring the Delaware River basin waterways. The event is designed to create an awareness of local watersheds and the crucial role they play. Volunteers collect data which are merged together no matter the precision of the analytical method used or the expertise of the analyst. The results do not reflect exact science, but instead a record of the public's commitment...

The public library in an immigrant neighborhood

Ellen Marie Pozzi
This historical study of Italian immigrants’ information ecologies addresses the current lack of research on immigrants and libraries. The objective of this research is to develop a textured understanding of the information ecology of Italian immigrants, the exemplary group chosen for this study. The study is situated in Newark which was the site of immigrant settlement and vibrant immigrant information circuits during the last decade of the nineteenth and the first two decades of the...

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