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Daniel I. Carey
Abstract: The total area of the Green/Tradewater River Basin is 11,500 square miles, including 410 square miles in Tennessee. More than one-fouth of Kentucky lies in the basin, including all or parts of 35 Kentucky counties. The basin contains nearly 23,600 miles of streams, including 1,580 miles in Tennessee. The Green River Basin contains over 9,230 square miles, including 410 square miles in Tennessee. From an elevation of 1,384 feet on a ridge in Lincoln...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Hart County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey & Joshua J. Johnson
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Barren County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey & Joshua J. Johnson
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

A Quasi-Experimental Study of Middle Level Student Engineering Understanding Pre- and Post-Treatment

Emily Driessen
Abstract: This qualitative quasi-experimental study analyzed middle-level students’ understanding of engineering before and after instruction. Students from four teachers were examined. Before and after instruction, all students completed the Draw an Engineer Test (DAET) and the Views of Nature of Engineering (VNOE) survey. Additionally, sixteen students (eight girls and eight boys) from each group (Treatment and Comparison) were interviewed before and after instruction. Findings revealed that after instruction (1) many students viewed engineers as makers/builders/workers...

EPANET Net 2

Lew A. Rossman
The system description is available from the article, Modeling chlorine residuals in drinking‐water distribution systems, published in the Journal of Environmental Engineering.

Exploring the Impact of Work-Based Learning Opportunities from the Student Perspective: The Development of Career Pathways, Workforce Expectations, and the Transmission of Cultural Capital

Robert Boone
Abstract: Understanding the practical implications of work-based learning opportunities (WBLOs) is complex. Although WBLOs are not new learning environments, understanding and clearly defining them is increasingly necessary. In Kentucky, WBLOs are part of the political discourse in post-secondary education. The Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) and local/regional economic and workforce development agencies have incorporated strengthening and growing WBLOs into their strategic plans. By interviewing students that have completed WBLOs at three colleges in the Kentucky...

Overview of Sand and Gravel Resources of Kentucky

Preston McGrain
Abstract: Sand and gravel represent Kentucky's second-most important source of mineral construction material, being exceeded only by limestone. However, deposits which meet most requirements and specifications for aggregates are not evenly distributed. This report is an overview of the sand and gravel resources of Kentucky, summarizing data gathered from literature search and personal observations. Principal production of sand and gravel in Kentucky is concentrated in the channels and valleys of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers....

KY5

Lindell Ormsbee
KY 5 is primarily a loop system in Kentucky with the following assets: 3 Tanks, 9 Pumps, 1 Pumping Stations, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 276150 feet of pipe. KY 5 provides 2.28 million gallons of water per day to its 2,579 customers at a rate which ranges between $5.00 and$5.54 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 5 is estimated at 7% of the water produced.

Water Distribution System 6: KY 6

Lindell E. Ormsbee
Description: KY 6 is primarily a loop system in Kentucky with the following assets: 3 Tanks, 2 Pumps, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 308719 feet of pipe. KY 6 provides 1.56 million gallons of water per day to its 2,850 customers at a rate which ranges between $7.38 and$8.12 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 6 is estimated at 19% of the water produced. Researcher ORCID Identifier: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6762-5847 Copyright: ©...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Nicholas County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey & Richard A. Smath
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Breathitt County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey & Sally Sloan
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Larue County, Kentucky

Bart Davidson, David I. Carey & Adam Pike
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Floyd County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Factors Associated with Taste Perceptions and Dietary Consumption Patterns in Individuals With or At-Risk for Cardiovascular Disease

Jennifer L. Smith
Abstract: Excessive intake of sodium, sugar, fats, and other unhealthy dietary patterns significantly contribute to cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk and, among those with diagnosed CVD, to deleterious outcomes. Taste perception is one of the most important factors influencing dietary intake and there are many factors that can alter it such as medication and genetic variations. Yet there has been relatively little research on influences of taste perception on self-management of CVD and CVD risk. The...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: McCreary County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey, Randall L. Paylor & Bethany L. Overfield
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

A Multiobjective Branch-and-Bound Method for Planning Wastewater and Residual Management Systems

Masahisa Nakamura, Suraj M. Alexander, James M. Riley, Robert Simon, Susan Meyer & Kenneth F. Bloemer
Abstract: A multiobjective branch-and-bound algorithm is proposed for use in analysing multiobjective fixed-charge network-flow problems which are found commonly in water resources planning situations. Also proposed is a multiobjective imputed value analysis which makes use of the branch-and-bound tree structure and allows the comparison of the importance of facilities in the network as represented by individual arcs or sets of arcs. The mathematical formulation and the analysis procedure of the method are described, and the...

Metabolism Reprogramming in Hexavalent Chromium-Induced Human Lung Carcinogenesis

James Tate Fortin Wise
Abstract: Hexavalent chromium, Cr(VI), is an established human carcinogen that is a worldwide environmental health concern. It is well understood that reactive oxygen species, genomic instability, and DNA damage repair deficiency are important contributors to Cr(VI)-induced carcinogenesis. After decades of research some cancer hallmarks remain understudied for the mechanism of Cr(VI) carcinogenesis. Dysregulated cellular energetics have been established as a hallmark of cancer. Energy pathways that become dysregulated in cancer include mitochondrial respiration, lipogenesis, pentose...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Boyd County, Kentucky

Richard A. Smath, Bart Davidson & Daniel I. Carey
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Grayson County, Kentucky

E. Glynn Beck, David A. Williams & Daniel I. Carey
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Whitley County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey, Bethany L. Overfield & Randall L. Paylor

The Effects of Natural Resource Dependence and Democracy on the Incremental Budgeting Theory and Punctuated Equilibrium Within a Budgetary Context

Barrak Ghanim Algharabali
Abstract: I contribute to the literature by providing additional factors that could affect the incremental budgeting theory and punctuated equilibrium theory (PET) within a budgetary context. Because of the fluctuation in the price of natural resources, I argue that dependence on natural resources could lead to less stable budgets than ones not dependent on natural resources. I also argue that democracy is another source that leads to stability in the budget, relative to countries that...

Assessing Ecosystem Services from the Forestry-Based Reclamation of Surface Mined Areas in the North Fork of the Kentucky River Watershed

Kumari Gurung
Abstract: Land Use Land Cover (LULC) changes can take place at the expense of degrading environmental conditions and undermining ecosystem’s capacity to deliver benefits to people. In the Appalachian region, surface mining for coal is a major driver of LULC change. The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) of 1977 requires mine site reclamation but typical reclamation practices often result in land cover dominated by grass and shrubs. The Forestry Reclamation Approach (FRA) is...

Distribution of Oil and Gas Wells in Kentucky

Brandon C. Nuttall & Daniel I. Carey
Abstract: This map shows the distribution of more than 109,000 wells for which location information is available in the Kentucky Geological Survey's oil and gas well record database.

Stephen F. Greb

High-Carbonate and Low-Silica Stone in the High Bridge Group (Middle Ordovician), Fayette County, Central Kentucky

Garland R. Dever
Abstract: The High Bridge Group (Middle Ordovician) of central Kentucky, a major source of limestone and dolomite for construction and agricultural stone, is also a potential source of stone for industrial uses requiring carbonate rocks of high chemical purity. Chemical analyses of foot-by-foot samples from a Fayette County core show that several thick zones of high-carbonate and low-silica stone are present in the High Bridge at a minable depth.

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