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  • Doss, Joel (University of Oregon, 2022-10-04)
    The search for physics beyond the Standard Model is a daunting task. As parameter spaces for compelling models shrink, there is motivation for more radical concepts. However, there is a need for understanding the structure ...
  • Evans, Alice (2009)
    Freshman student at the University of Oregon keeps a written journal documenting memorable experiences, events, thoughts, etc.
  • Mason, Patrick (2009)
    Freshman student at the University of Oregon keeps a written journal documenting memorable experiences, events, thoughts, etc.
  • DuVal, Molly (2010-07-08)
    Freshman student at the University of Oregon keeps a written journal documenting memorable experiences, events, thoughts, etc.
  • Reeve, Alexi (2009)
    Freshman student at the University of Oregon keeps a written journal documenting memorable experiences, events, thoughts, etc.
  • Garrison-Terry, Porter Andrew (2009)
    Freshman student at the University of Oregon keeps a written and audio journal documenting memorable experiences, events, thoughts, etc.
  • Hall, Alex (2009)
    Freshman student at the University of Oregon keeps a written journal documenting memorable experiences, events, thoughts, etc.
  • DeWitt-Hoeger, Nora (2009)
    Freshman student at the University of Oregon keeps a written journal documenting memorable experiences, events, thoughts, etc.
  • Fix, Jessica (2009)
    Freshman student at the University of Oregon keeps a written journal documenting memorable experiences, events, thoughts, etc.
  • Su, Run (University of Oregon, 2013-07-11)
    Magnetic films have gained great attention for decades because of their broad industrial application. Their modern functionality more and more relies on their domain structure. Magnetic films usually form complex domain ...
  • Naik, Niyati (University of Oregon, 2021-09-13)
    It is the need of the day to design indoor environments that are not only comfortable but also pleasurable for the occupants. Passive yet dynamic architectural strategies have been widely acknowledged for their influence ...
  • Kapatsinski, Vsevolod (Frontiers in Psychology, 2021-08-12)
    This paper aims examines the role of hierarchical inference in sound change. Through hierarchical inference, a language learner can distribute credit for a pronunciation between the intended phone and the larger units ...
  • Praskievicz, Sarah (University of Oregon, 2014-09-29)
    Anthropogenic climate change significantly affects water resources. River flows in mountainous regions are driven by snowmelt and are therefore highly sensitive to increases in temperature resulting from climate change. ...
  • Stenn, Erik Stricker (1996-04)
    With rising CO2 levels in the atmosphere it becomes increasingly more important to understand the nature of the oceans as a sink for CO2 as well as the mechanisms that transport carbon from the atmosphere to the oceans. ...
  • Ozog, David (University of Oregon, 2017-09-27)
    The past several decades have witnessed tremendous strides in the capabilities of computational chemistry simulations, driven in large part by the extensive parallelism offered by powerful computer clusters and scalable ...
  • Kellett, Ronald; Aires, Kevin; Braun, Lee; Larocque, Paul (Center for Housing Innovation, University of Oregon, 1994-06)
    This paper excerpts work in progress within a United States Department of Energy sponsored research program. In this work, design studies establish scenarios of energy efficient housing systems for the year 2030 based on ...
  • O'Neil, Shane; Keyes, Peter (University of Oregon, 2010)
    In collaboration with Peter Keyes’s 2011 Advanced Architectural Design Studio at the University of Oregon and the Sustainable Cities Initiative, the City of Salem and the Salem Housing Authority (SHA) sought to re-imagine ...
  • Anderson, Riley (University of Oregon, 2020-09-24)
    Eelgrass (Zostera marina) supports aquatic biodiversity, carbon sequestration, aquaculture, and water quality. Eelgrass has been undergoing global decline for more than three decades. Lack of spatially extensive, long-term ...
  • Streig, Ashley (University of Oregon, 2014-09-29)
    Critical inputs to evaluate fault behavior models include the frequency of large earthquakes on plate boundary faults, amount of displacement, style of deformation in these events, and how these earthquakes are associated ...
  • Prairie City Ranger District (Or.) (2004-09-20)
    Announces decision to salvage approximately 209 acres of dead and dying trees burned by the 13,535-acre fire in 2002. Includes construction of about 300 feet of temporary access road, economic value recovery from about ...

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