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On the Move: Seasonal Trekking of Grand Teton Mule Deer

Sarah Dewey
On the Move: Seasonal Trekking of Grand Teton Mule Deer

One Step at a Time: A Case Study of Incorporating Universal Design for Learning in Library Instruction

Samantha Huntington Peter & Kristina Clement
This paper introduces the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), an inclusive pedagogical principle that works to make instruction accessible for all by incorporating different needs of learners into instructional design. This article provides a brief analysis of the literature on UDL within the field of academic libraries and focuses specifically on library instruction. The paper then concludes with a comprehensive case study of the authors’ journey to actively incorporate UDL into their information...

Dataset from manuscript \"Temperature and water depth effects on brGDGT distributions in sub-alpine lakes of mid-latitude North America\"

Ioana C. Stefanescu, Bryan N. Shuman, Jessica E. Tierney, Ioana C. Stefanescu, Bryan N. Shuman & Jessica E. Tierney

Image and Physiological Data: Biophysically Informed Imaging Acquisition of Plant Water Status

Daniel P. Beverly, Carmela R. Guadagno, Brent E. Ewers, Daniel P. Beverly, Carmela R. Guadagno & Brent E. Ewers
Vegetation controls carbon and water fluxes because of the fundamental tradeoff between carbon dioxide uptake and water loss occurring when stomata are open. Quantifying the rates of this exchange typically requires either intensive gas exchange or destructive harvesting of tissues and mass spectrometry analyses. Recent developments in high-throughput methods have enhanced our capacity to empirically test plant–environmental interactions. The vast integration characterizing satellite remote sensing methods masks organ-level physiological mechanisms limiting the predictive capability of...

Rare earth elements in Wyoming

W. M. Sutherland, R. W. Gregory, J. D. Carnes & B. N. Worman

Preliminary geologic map of the Shamrock Hills quadrangle, Carbon County, Wyoming

R. M. Lynds, M. J. Palkovic, C. J. Carroll & D. R. Ratigan

Preliminary geologic map of the Fort Steele quadrangle, Carbon County, Wyoming

R. M. Lynds & J. M. Wrage

Report on the preliminary geologic maps of the Shamrock Hills and Rawlins Peak SW quadrangles, Carbon County, Wyoming

C. J. Carroll, R. M. Lynds, D. R. Ratigan & M. J. Palkovic

Preliminary geologic map of the Earnest Butte quadrangle, Sweetwater County, Wyoming

R. M. Lynds, P. M. Webber, N. A. Kraugh, T. I. Martin, K. L. Hoppes, K. G. Taboga, R. M. Lynds, P. M. Webber, N. A. Kraugh, T. I. Martin, K. L. Hoppes & K. G. Taboga
The Earnest Butte 7.5-minute quadrangle is located in southwestern Wyoming on the southwestern flank of the Rock Springs Uplift. The Rock Springs Uplift exposes Upper Cretaceous rocks at its center and progressively younger Cretaceous and Paleogene rocks dip east into the Washakie and Great Divide basins and west into the Green River Basin.

Public Perceptions of Insider Trading

John P. Anderson, Jeremy L. Kidd & George A. Moscary

AquaFlux Processing Code and NoName Sap Flux Dataset

Heather Speckman, Daniel Beverly & Brent Ewers
Plant transpiration is the largest evaporative flux from most vegetated ecosystems, playing a dominant role in energy balance, water and element cycling, ecosystem services, and water security. Quantification of plant-level transpiration, e.g. sap flux, is essential to land managers and scientists. Thermal dissipation probes (TDP) are reliable and affordable tools for measuring sap flux, but difficulties in replicable data processing often serve as a barrier to their use and interpretation of data. AquaFlux is an...

Bulletin No. 061 - Seepage Investigations

Bulletin No. 061 - Seepage Investigations

Embedded Librarian's Cookbook, The

& Cassandra Kvenild
A companion volume to their 2011 publication, Embedded Librarianship: Moving Beyond One-shot Instruction, the editors developed this volume from proposals received for the original book that contained outstanding practices in embedded librarianship. These practices and proposals were reworked into this companion volume, similar in scope and style to ACRL's 2009 Library Instruction Cookbook, but focused on embedded librarianship. It includes advice from experts and step-by-step guidelines for implementing practices of embedded librarianship, using tools to...

What Does Life After Forty Look Like for Women?

Callie Lempka
This project is a journalistic, interview-to-narrative style paper. I interviewed eight women between the ages of forty and seventy-four about aging with regard to their physical, mental, emotional, relational, spiritual, and environmental/cultural health. Four of the women were Caucasian/white and four were women of color. Through the interviews, I gained an appreciation for aging, and collected stories and thoughts to encourage young women to think about their future and not fear aging. My hope is...

PHYS 1110 - General Physics 1 | Course Manual

Michelle Nicole Mason
Student handbook used in an algebra-based General Physics 1 course (structured for a condensed 6-week summer courses). Problem sets, challenge problems, application problems, review sheets, and lab activities are included. Materials cover the topics of kinematics, forces, energy, rotation, momentum, fluids, thermodynamics, and waves.

The Fragility of Republican Institutions as Viewed through the Fall of the Roman Republic

Alexander Russell Schultz
Early on a mild January day, supporters of a controversial political figure stormed the capital of the world's oldest republic. This politician had become famous for his disregard of democratic institutions and his abuse of power while holding the highest elected office in the government. This politician's name was Gaius Julius Caesar, it was January 10th 49 BC, and through his actions and the actions of those who stood opposed to him, the Roman Republic...

The Fragility of Republican Institutions as Viewed through the Fall of the Roman Republic

Alexander Russell Schultz
Early on a mild January day, supporters of a controversial political figure stormed the capital of the world's oldest republic. This politician had become famous for his disregard of democratic institutions and his abuse of power while holding the highest elected office in the government. This politician's name was Gaius Julius Caesar, it was January 10th 49 BC, and through his actions and the actions of those who stood opposed to him, the Roman Republic...

Preliminary Geologic Map of the Richards Gap Quadrangle, Sweetwater County, Wyoming, and Daggett County, Utah.

K. S. Kehoe, G. W. Gay & D. T. Lichtner
The main goal of mapping the bedrock geology of the Richards Gap 7.5' quadrangle is to further understanding of the mineral and energy resources in the Firehole Canyon area of southwestern Wyoming. The bedrock geologic units exposed in the quadrangle range in age from Upper Cretaceous to Oligocene, and record a transition from deposition at the margins of the Western Interior Seaway in the Sevier foreland to syn- and post-Laramide intracontinental environments. Samples were collected...

Preliminary Surficial Geologic Map of the West Half of the Jackson Lake 30' x 60' Quadrangle, Teton County, Wyoming

J. P. Mauch, K. A. Alexander & S. J. Wittke
The Jackson Lake 30’ x 60’ quadrangle is in Teton County, Wyoming, and spans the Teton Range, Jackson Hole, and the northern Gros Ventre, northwestern Wind River, and southwestern Absaroka ranges. This study mapped the surficial geology of the west half of the Jackson Lake quadrangle at 1:100,000 scale in an effort to better understand the region’s geologic hazards and Quaternary geology. Key project outcomes include: 1) Refined light detection and ranging (lidar), photogrammetric, and...

Sip & Stroll Business Plan

Jada Linn Kruse & Jacob Robert Porter
This capstone project is a business plan for a company and a product called the Sip &Stroll "S&S". The S&S is a product idea that essentially turns a bag of wine into a hydration pack through the addition of a specialized nozzle adapter and a tube with a mouthpiece. Many aspects of starting a business were researched and addressed- who the target market it is, how large it would be, what company financial projections might...

The Disney Princess Role Throughout the ‘Wishing Songs’

Heather Joy Heath
For this project, I will first discuss the form and function of the “wishing song” and then examine specific wishing songs from a selection of films, placing the princess’s “wish” in its historical and cultural context. The specific films I will focus on, such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, The Princess and the Frog, and Frozen, showcase the princesses' wishes, ranging from love to freedom while including historical and...

The Firsts and Nevers: Dissecting the First-Generation Experience Through a Multi-Genre Approach

Wendy Luna Garcia
In this chapbook-length poetry and prose collection, I take on a multi-genre approach to dissect and understand the first-generation experience through the themes of immigrant child guilt complex, family, socio-political influences, financial dispair, identity crisis, and realization. I believe that to understand myself and my surroundings, I have to express myself through multiple genres to inhabit all the spaces and forms that I have been told not to inhabit from an early age. These words...

The Second Fifth Day

Chase Leland Smith
The Second Fifth Day is meant to be a genetic hard science fiction thriller novella that employs real scientific methods and concepts whenever possible. The novella is meant to explore the ethical and ecological questions concerning genetic de-extinction utilizing CRISPR genetic editing technology. Much of the science in the book is either real, or not beyond the scope of what's possible.
Dust Jacket:In upstate New York, a controversial genetic laboratory, Day5, is violently attacked in the...

Heavy-mineral sandstone in the Upper Cretaceous Rock Springs Formation, Richards Gap, Wyoming

D.T. Lichtner, G.W. Gay & K.S. Kehoe
This study is a preliminary examination of geochemical data collected from a heavy-mineral sandstone, or paleoplacer, in the McCourt Sandstone Tongue of the Rock Springs Formation during mapping of the bedrock geology of the Richards Gap 7.5' quadrangle in southwestern Wyoming. Sample analyses indicate the presence of several critical mineral resources, of which the most notable are abundant titanium, zirconium, and rare earth elements, as well as elevated hafnium, niobium, and vanadium.

WSGS PubID: OFR-2021-6

Challenges Surrounding Mars colonization and Reasons Why to do it

Andrew Rodriguez
The idea of going into space and living on other planets has been a dream for humanity for centuries, but it is more recently that such an idea is starting to become possible within the next couple of decades with Mars. This paper aims to explore some of the difficulties that will have to be overcome and possible solutions to them in order to have a successful attempt at establishing a Martian colony, as well...

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