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Value of Off-bottom Oyster Aquaculture Baskets as Habitat for Juvenile Blue Crab 

Borgert, Rebekah (2015-07-27)
The potential of the adjustable long-line system (ALS) oyster aquaculture baskets as habitat for juvenile blue crab was investigated in Portersville Bay, AL, during Summer/Fall 2014. The density of juvenile blue crabs ...

The Value of Talent Recruitment: Analyzing the Impact of Ethnic Campus Diversity and Social Movements in College Football Recruiting 

Prada Martin, Antonio (2023-04-27)
Many U.S. higher education institutions compete for top talent in academics, administration, and athletics. Particularly college football is a major business and marketing tool for promoting the university to current and ...

Value of Vocational Logging Training 

Xu, Yecheng (2013-11-11)
Logging employees need training and most of the time the get that training on the job. Vocational logging training helps logging machine operators to improve work performance including job quality, productivity, and safety. ...

Value-added Bioproducts Development from Lignocellulosic Biomass 

Li, Mi (2014-12-10)
Alternative fuels and chemicals from renewable biomass can be used to reduce U.S. dependence on foreign oil, increase national energy security, and address environmental challenges. While renewable biomass can be used for ...

Value-Added Products from Chicken Feather Fibers and Protein 

Fan, Xiuling (2008-05-15)
Worldwide poultry consumption has generated a huge amount of feather “waste” annually. Currently, the feather has a low value-being used for animal feed in the world. The quality of fibrous air filters depend on ...

Valuing Ecosystem Services from Forested Landscapes: How Urbanization Influences Drinking Water Treatment Cost 

Elias, Emile (2010-11-12)
For two decades high total organic carbon (TOC) levels in Converse Reservoir, a water source for Mobile, Alabama, have concerned water treatment officials due to the potential for disinfection byproduct (DBP) formation. ...

Vanishing Georgia Photographic Collection: The Discovery of Georgia's Historical Photographs and the Expansion of Public Access 

Frazier, Robin (2010-05-19)
This thesis documents the Vanishing Georgia Photographic Collection through three distinct phases: the collection of images, the publication of a book based on the collection, and the digitization of the images for broader ...

Variability for Morphological and Forage Quality Traits in Sericea Lespedeza [Lespedeza cuneata (Dumont de Courset) G. Don] Cultivars 

Sidhu, Gaganjot (2010-07-12)
Sericea lespedeza is a summer perennial forage legume adapted to the environmental conditions of the southeastern USA. Seasonal variations in temperature and genotype play an important role in early growth in this plant ...

Variable selection for industrial process modeling and monitoring 

Wang, Zixiu (2015-12-10)
In recent years, rapid developments in technology facilitated the collection of vast amount of data from different industrial processes. Data-driven soft sensors have been widely used in both academic research and industrial ...

Variable-Stiffness Protective Material 

Petersen, Caleb (2016-05-04)
The focus of this research is to develop a system for limiting the motion of a mechanical joint to prevent damage to the joint. One obvious application is enhancing the safety of human joints during athletic events. For ...

Variables Influencing Fish Impingement at Five Alabama Power Steam Plants 

Saalfeld, David (2006-05-15)
With increasing need for electricity, steam powered electric generating facilities are increasing across the nation. The cooling water intake structures at these plants are responsible for removing millions of fish and ...

Variables Influencing Stimulus Overselectivity In Normally Developing Children 

Smith, Kimberley (2005-12-15)
Stimulus overselectivity is a type of responding observed in children and adults with autism spectrum disorders and mental retardation. It involves responding that is controlled by a small, often irrelevant portion of a ...

Variables Related to Academic Success in Pre-Engineering for Students At Risk 

Karcher, Robert (2008-08-15)
Undergraduate engineering enrollment has shown signs of stagnation. The American Society for Engineering Education reported that, from 2001 through 2004, national enrollment remained virtually unchanged: 96,426 in 2001 and ...

Variation in morphology and physiology of introduced populations of the Virile Crayfish, Faxonius virilis Hagen 1870 

Weber, Jennifer (2018-04-23)
Crayfish often show high levels of morphological variation between and within populations. Studies have shown that environmental factors can play a role in determining external morphology. Increased levels of phenotypic ...

Variation in populational size and composition within two summer colonies of endangered gray bats (Myotis grisescens) 

Redinger, Petra (2006-05-15)
For >30 years, the endangered gray bat (Myotis grisescens) has been a priority in conservation efforts in the southeastern United States. As part of these conservation efforts, the Alabama Department of Conservation and ...

Variation in resistance of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) and slash pine (P. elliottii Englem.) families against Leptographium and Grosmannia root fungi 

Singh, Amritpal (2012-12-05)
Leptographium Lagerb. & Melin and Grosmannia Goid. root-inhabiting fungi are the important contributing biotic factors associated with declining loblolly (Pinus taeda L.) and slash pine (P. elliottii Englem.) species in ...

Variations in Activity Involvement: How Breadth, Commitment, and Depth Predict Adjustment 

McConnell, Leanna (2020-07-09)
The present study examined the independent and shared contributions of three dimensions of organized activity involvement (breadth, commitment, and depth) in relation to four adjustment outcomes (academic competence, social ...

Various Weed Control Techniques in Container Nursery Production 

Cochran, Diana (2007-08-15)
Studies were conducted evaluating selected herbicides during propagation of Loropetalum chinense ‘Ruby’ to determine effects on rooting and subsequent plant growth. Herbicides evaluated were: Gallery, Ronstar, and Regal ...

Vector-Borne Disease Dynamics of Alabama White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) 

Zikeli, Shelby (2018-07-23)
Understanding long-term dynamics of ectoparasite populations on hosts is essential to mapping the potential transmission of disease causing agents and pathogens. Blood feeding ectoparasites such as ticks, lice and keds ...

Vehicle Routing with Cross Docks, Split Deliveries, and Multiple Use of Vehicles 

Ranganathan Jagannathan, Arun Kumar (2011-09-22)
Cross docking plays a vital role in supply chain management. Cross docks can reduce the lead time of the product from supplier to retailer. The bene t of the cross dock would be reduced without e cient vehicle routing and ...