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Genomics of Mature and Immature Olfactory Sensory Neuron

Timothy S. McClintock
The Excel file contains probabilistic predictions of which genes are expressed in mature versus immature olfactory sensory neurons, versus the sum of all other cell types in the olfactory epithelium. Responses to bulbectomy, which differentially affects mature and immature olfactory sensory neurons, supports these predictions.

Analysis of Traffic Growth Rates

Monica L. Barrett, R. Clark Graves, David L. Allen, Jerry G. Pigman, Ghassan Abu-Lebdeh, Lisa Aultman-Hall & Sarah T. Bowling
The primary objectives of this study were to determine patterns of traffic flow and develop traffic growth rates by traffic composition and highway type for Kentucky’s system of highways. Additional subtasks included the following: 1) a literature search to determine if there were new procedures being used to more accurately represent traffic growth rates, 2) development of a random sampling procedure for collecting traffic count data on local roads and streets, 3) prediction of vehicle...

TACOT v3.0

J. Lachaud, N. Mansour, S. White, B. Laub & J.-M. Bouilly

KY13

Lindell Ormsbee
KY 13 is primarily a looped system in Kentucky with the following assets: 5 Tanks, 4 Pumps, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 422432 feet of pipe. KY 13 provides 2.36 million gallons of water per day to its 5335 customers at a rate which ranges between $5.60 and $6.20 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 13 is estimated at 5% of the water produced.

KY13

Lindell Ormsbee
KY 13 is primarily a looped system in Kentucky with the following assets: 5 Tanks, 4 Pumps, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 422432 feet of pipe. KY 13 provides 2.36 million gallons of water per day to its 5335 customers at a rate which ranges between $5.60 and $6.20 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 13 is estimated at 5% of the water produced.

KY1

Lindell Ormsbee
KY 1 is primarily a grid system in Kentucky with the following assets: 2 Tanks, 1 Pumps, 0 Pumping Stations, 0 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 215,282 feet of pipe. KY 1 provides 2.0 million gallons of water per day to its 6,400 customers at approximately $8.00 and per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 1 is estimated at 21% of the water produced.

Calibration Networks

Avi Ostfeld
The system description is available from the article, Battle of the water calibration networks, published in the Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management.

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.

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: ©...

KY12

Lindell Ormsbee
KY 12 is primarily a branched system in Kentucky with the following assets: 7 Tanks, 15 Pumps, and approximately 2104849 feet of pipe. KY 12 provides 1.38 million gallons of water per day to its 8260 customers at a rate of $6.75 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 12 is estimated at 24% of the water produced.

KY4

Lindell Ormsbee
KY 4 is primarily a loop system in Kentucky with the following assets 4 Tanks, 2 Pumps, and approximately 854446 feet of pipe. KY 4 provides 1.51 million gallons of water per day to its 9,020 customers at a rate which ranges between $6.46 and $7.65 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 4 is estimated at 12% of the water produced.

KY14

Lindell Ormsbee
KY 14 is primarily a grid system in Kentucky with the following assets: 3 Tanks, 6 Pumps, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 287609 feet of pipe. KY 14 provides 1.04 million gallons of water per day to its 2682 customers at a rate which ranges between $4.00 and $6.00 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 14 is estimated at 26% of the water produced.

KY3

Lindell Ormsbee
KY 3 is primarily a grid system in Kentucky with the following assets: 3 Tanks, 5 Pumps, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 277,022 feet of pipe. KY 3 provides 2.02 million gallons of water per day to its 2,142 customers at a rate which ranges between $4.00 and $6.45 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 3 is estimated at 10% of the water produced.

Sensory Processing and Behaviors Characteristic of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Older Adults with Cognitive Impairment

Elizabeth Rhodus, Elizabeth Hunter, Graham Rowles, Erin Abner, Shoshana Bardach, Justin Barber & Gregory Jicha

Impact of Buckwheat and Methyl Salicylate Lures on Natural Enemy Abundance for Early Season Management of Melanaphis sacchari (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in Sweet Sorghum

Nathan Mercer
Tested effect of buckwheat flowers and methyl salicylate lures to attract natural enemies to sweet sorghum fields to manage Melanaphis sacchari, a recent pest of sweet sorghum.

Kentucky Geological Survey Landslide Inventory [2022-01]

Matt Crawford
The KGS landslide inventory provides the locations of known landslides and areas susceptible to debris flows. Various types of landslides are represented including slides, flows, rockfalls, and creep. The data are available as ArcGIS geodatabase feature classes. Landslide locations and associated attributes are compiled from Kentucky Geological Survey research, published maps, state and local government agencies, the public, and media reports. A confidence ranking system assigns a value to each feature. A description of the...

Tuberculosis and Local Health Department Expenditures on Tuberculosis Services

Michelle P. Yip & Betty Bekemeier
Background: Although tuberculosis (TB) morbidity and mortality have decreased in recent decades, challenges exist regarding disproportionate distributions of TB among specific populations and geographic areas. Inconsistent local health department (LHD) funding for TB programs poses difficulties for LHDs to sustain resources and personnel that predisposes communities to risks of future outbreaks of TB and drug-resistant TB diseases. Purpose: This study examined relationships between annual TB incidence rates and LHD expenditures on TB-related services to elucidate...

Ergot and Loline Alkaloid Concentrations in Endophyte-Infected Tall Fescue Tillers

Rebecca L. McCulley
Approximately 40 tall fescue tillers were randomly collected and frozen from each of the 20 treatment plots. Tillers were cut at 7.6 cm above ground level and tested for the presence of the Epichloe endophyte using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. Tillers from each plot were sorted into 'infected' vs 'uninfected' groups, lyophilized, and ground through a 1mm screen using a Cyclotec 1093 mill. Ground material from the endophyte infected tillers was analyzed for ergot and...

KY3

Lindell Ormsbee
KY 3 is primarily a grid system in Kentucky with the following assets: 3 Tanks, 5 Pumps, 1 Water Treatment Plant, and approximately 277,022 feet of pipe. KY 3 provides 2.02 million gallons of water per day to its 2,142 customers at a rate which ranges between $4.00 and $6.45 per 1,000 gallons of water. Water loss for KY 3 is estimated at 10% of the water produced.

Bee Assemblages Data [2021]

Daniel A. Potter & Bernadette M. Mach
Plant characteristics, sample sites, and non-native bee assemblages for a bee survey conducted in 2014-2017 by Bernadette Mach in the Daniel A. Potter lab at the University of Kentucky.

StateMap 2020-2021

Matthew Massey, Antonia E. Bottoms, Maxwell L., III Hammond & Michele M. McHugh
This dataset characterizes the types and distributions of surficial geologic materials in the Cecilia, Constantine, Howe Valley, and Sonora 7.5-minute quadrangles. The primary goal for this mapping project was to identify and map the spatial distribution and understand the mechanical and chemical properties of surficial geologic materials in a rapidly developing area of Kentucky. This new dataset will have immediate utility to a range of users in local, state, and Federal agencies that are working...

Jilin Network

Graeme Dandy
The Jilin network is a hypothetical network that was first introduced by Bi and Dandy (2014). It is an optimization problem involving the selection of pipe sizes and chlorine dosing. The demand pattern involves a 24 hour extended period simulation. The available pipe sizes and costs were taken from Kadu et al (2008). The average annual demand is 6.66 MGD.

Hanoi System

Graeme Dandy
The Hanoi system was first presented by Fujiwara and Khang (1990) and is based on the planned trunk network of Hanoi, Vietnam. There are 34 pipes to be sized with a total length of 38.61 km. Possible new pipe sizes range between 12 and 40 inches and the total system demand is 126.5 MGD.

Any-town System

Thomas M. Walski
The system description is available from the article, Battle of the network models: Epilogue, published in the Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management.

Hippodamia variegata Development at LD

John J. Obrycki
Reproductive diapause in North American populations of the introduced lady beetle Hippodamia variegata

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