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(EI)2 : exploring inclusive engineering identities through freshman engineering curriculum change

Rebecca A. Atadero, Karen E. Rambo-Hernandez, Christina H. Paguyo & Jeremy C. Schwartz
This collection of files includes data sets, conference papers and posters, and descriptions of curriculum materials from the Exploring Inclusive Engineering Identities project. The collection was created during the period from September 2014 through September 2017.

Dataset associated with \"Beyond SO2 reductions from shipping: Assessing the impact of NOX and carbonaceous-particle controls on human health and climate\"

Kelsey Bilsback, Deanna Kerry, Betty Croft, Bonne Ford, Ellison Carter, Randall Martin & Jeffrey Pierce
These data are analyzed results of five GEOS-Chem v12.6.0 simulations that were run to investigate the aerosol health and radiative impacts of four shipping-industry emission-control scenarios (see associated manuscript for details). The simulation was run for the globe in the year 2013 and the data were created in 2019 at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.

Data associated with \"Hierarchical global plant biophysical regions as potential analysis units”

Randall B Boone
This dataset was substituted by another version with the following citation: Boone, R.B. (2020). Data associated with Boone (2020) "Hierarchical global plant biophysical regions as potential analysis units” Colorado State University. Libraries. http://dx.doi.org/10.25675/10217/201109

Tablet Field Data Collection (csv)

Tony Vorster, Paul Evangelista, Amanda West, Nicholas Young, Robert Sturtevant, Timothy Mayer & Brian Woodward
Data were collected in the field with high-resolution imagery loaded on computer tablets. Points were classified based on their dominant vegetation in three main categories: tamarisk, Russian olive, or absence. Dominance was defined as occupying greater than 50% of the canopy within a roughly 7 m radius circle. Collected information classified the status of tamarisk as either live, dead, a mixture of live and dead or having red foliage from tamarisk beetle attack (called “red...

Modeling pseudo-elasticity in small-scale ThCr2Si2-type crystals

Ian N. Bakst, Christopher R. Weinberger, Seok-Woo Lee, John T. Sypek & James R. Neilson
These data files contain the raw DFT data of the compression of CaFe2As2 and LaRu2P2 unit cells used for the construction of the composite model. The output of the model is also included in this data set.

Valley Bottom Extraction Tool results for Colorado River Basin

Paul Evangelista, Brian Woodward, Amanda West, Tony Vorster, Nicholas Young, Rebecca Girma, Sarah Carroll, Amandeep Vashisht, Chanin Tilakamonkul, Emily Campbell & Emma Hatcher
Valley bottoms are representative of the “maximum riparian corridor extent”, an area which separates the vegetative, topographic, and environmental characteristics of riparian areas from those of the upland. The Valley Bottom Extraction Tool (V-BET) (Gilbert et al., 2016), a freely available ArcMap Toolbox, was used to map valley bottoms across the Colorado River Basin. The V-BET tool requires two primary data inputs: a high resolution (≤10 m2) digital elevation model and hydrologic flowline data with...

SGS-LTER Ecosystem Stress Area: Long-term dataset following nutrient enrichment stress on the Central Plains Experimental Range in Nunn, Colorado, USA, ARS Study Number 3

Daniel G. Milchunas & William K. Lauenroth
The Short Grass Steppe site encompasses a large portion of the Colorado Piedmont Section of the western Great Plains. The extent is defined as the boundaries of the Central Plains Experimental Range (CPER). The CPER has a single ownership and landuse (livestock grazing). The PNG is characterized by a mosaic of ownership and land use. Ownership includes federal, state or private and land use consists of livestock grazing or row-crops. There are NGO conservation groups...

Data associated with the manuscript: Influence of single-nanoparticle electrochromic dynamics on the durability and speed of smart windows

Justin B. Sambur, R. Colby Evans, Austin Ellingworth, Christina J. Cashen & C. R. Weinberger
The .zip file contains the source code and associated data to process the raw image files in the Raw Image Files folder. The metadata.txt file describes the attached files. The .m files are commented so that the user can reproduce the optical density trajectory analysis procedure.

SGS-LTER Standard Met Data: Monthly precipitation totals and temperatures from the Central Plains Experimental Range, Nunn, CO 1940-1973

William Parton
The Short Grass Steppe site encompasses a large portion of the Colorado Piedmont Section of the western Great Plains. The extent is defined as the boundaries of the Central Plains Experimental Range (CPER). The CPER has a single ownership and landuse (livestock grazing). The PNG is characterized by a mosaic of ownership and land use. Ownership includes federal, state or private and land use consists of livestock grazing or row-crops. There are NGO conservation groups...

Using low-cost measurement systems to investigate air quality: a case study in Palapye, Botswana: data repository

William Lassman, Jeffrey R. Pierce, Evelyn J. Bangs, Amy P. Sullivan, Bonne Ford, Gizaw Mengistu Tsidu, James P. Sherman, & Solomon Bililign
This repository contains processed, quality controlled data used in the manuscript “Using low-cost measurement systems to investigate air quality: a case study in Palapye, Botswana”, which has been accepted by MDP-Atmospheres. The manuscript describes a 5-week field campaign conducted as a partnership between North Carolina A&T, Appalachian State University, Botswana International University of Science and Technology, and Colorado State University.

MOR2 ecological data

R.S. Reid, C. Jamsranjav, M.E. Fernández-Giménez, M. Laituri, Kh. Jamiyansharav, T. Altanzul, Ya. Baasandorj & D. Zumberelmaa
Those listed as authors substantially designed instruments and data collection protocols, directly supervised data collection and collected data, designed database, and oversaw data entry and quality checking

Climatological record book: precipitation

James F. Wirshborn
The tables contain weather/climate data from Fort Collins, CO 1887-2005. From 1872-1980, measurements were taken at Colorado State University Main Campus weather station, which was located at various locations on CSU's main campus. From 1980-2015, the measurements were taken at Mountain States Weather Services Observatory, which was located at two Fort Collins, CO locations.

Private, wild working lands: important settings for conserving imperiled species

Mike Phillips

Game meat scheme in South Africa, The

Maretha Van Der Merwe
Moderator: Lyle Renecker.

Wild pig damage & conflicts

Bronson Strickland
Moderator: Billy Higginbotham.

Wild pigs in North America: history, distribution, ecology, and challenges

Jack Mayer
Presented at the 8th international congress for wildlife and livelihoods on private and communal lands: livestock, tourism, and spirit, that was held on September 7-12, 2014 in Estes Park, Colorado.

Effects of divergent migratory strategies on access to resources for Cape buffalo (Syncerus caffer caffer)

Emily Bennitt
Presented at the 9th international wildlife ranching symposium: wildlife - the key to prosperity for rural communities, held on 12-16 September 2016 at Hotel Safari & the Safari Court, Windhoek, Namibia in conjuction with the IUCN 2nd African Buffalo Symposium.

Social dynamics in the African buffalo (Syncerus caffer)

Daniel Cornélis, Alexandre Caron, Eve Miguel, Vladimir Grosbois & Michel De Garine
Presented at the 9th international wildlife ranching symposium: wildlife - the key to prosperity for rural communities, held on 12-16 September 2016 at Hotel Safari & the Safari Court, Windhoek, Namibia in conjuction with the IUCN 2nd African Buffalo Symposium.

Genetic variability of Cape buffalo populations in South Africa

Lené Van Der Westhuizen, Frederick W. C. Neser & Roan Louw
Presented at the 9th international wildlife ranching symposium: wildlife - the key to prosperity for rural communities, held on 12-16 September 2016 at Hotel Safari & the Safari Court, Windhoek, Namibia in conjuction with the IUCN 2nd African Buffalo Symposium.

Evolutionary history of the African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) at continental scale based on mitochondrial and nuclear molecular markers

Nathalie Smitz, Rasmus Heller, Pim Van Hooft, Daniel Cornélis, Philippe Chardonnet, Alexandre Caron, Michel De Garine-Wichatitsky & Johan Michaux
Presented at the 9th international wildlife ranching symposium: wildlife - the key to prosperity for rural communities, held on 12-16 September 2016 at Hotel Safari & the Safari Court, Windhoek, Namibia in conjuction with the IUCN 2nd African Buffalo Symposium.

Elands under intensive husbandry: fattening and meat quality in comparison to cattle

Radim Kotrba, Petr Kolbábek, Daniel Bureš & Luděk Bartoň
Presented at the 9th international wildlife ranching symposium: wildlife - the key to prosperity for rural communities, held on 12-16 September 2016 at Hotel Safari & the Safari Court, Windhoek, Namibia in conjuction with the IUCN 2nd African Buffalo Symposium.

Health and demographics of African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania

Annette Roug, Daniel Mathayo, Epaphras A. Muse, Paul Banga, Deana Clifford, Woutrina Smith, Jonna Mazet, Goodluck Paul, Rudovick Kazwala & Donald Mpanduji
Presented at the 9th international wildlife ranching symposium: wildlife - the key to prosperity for rural communities, held on 12-16 September 2016 at Hotel Safari & the Safari Court, Windhoek, Namibia in conjuction with the IUCN 2nd African Buffalo Symposium.

Ensuring the future of rhinos

Mike Knight & Richard Emslie
Presented at the 9th international wildlife ranching symposium: wildlife - the key to prosperity for rural communities, held on 12-16 September 2016 at Hotel Safari & the Safari Court, Windhoek, Namibia.

How does government regulations and institutional decisions affect our wildlife, communities and green economy?

Adri Kitshoff-Botha
Presented at the 9th international wildlife ranching symposium: wildlife - the key to prosperity for rural communities, held on 12-16 September 2016 at Hotel Safari & the Safari Court, Windhoek, Namibia.

Embryo plus: fertility and assisted reproductive techniques

Morné De La Rey
Presented at the 9th international wildlife ranching symposium: wildlife - the key to prosperity for rural communities, held on 12-16 September 2016 at Hotel Safari & the Safari Court, Windhoek, Namibia.

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