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Gravity and Magnetic Modeling of Basement Beneath Alabama Gulf Coastal Plain 

Bajgain, Suraj (2011-08-15)
The southeastern United States has experienced two complete successions of Wilson cycles: (1) the assembly and break up of Rodinia and the opening of the Iapetus ocean; and (2) the closing of Iapetus ocean, the assembly ...

Gravity and magnetic modeling of basement beneath the Appalachian Plateau, Valley and Ridge, and Piedmont provinces, Alabama 

Singleton, Robert III (2016-07-18)
Despite the significance of regional geophysical anomalies and the economic potential of the area, central Alabama has lacked detailed crustal gravity and magnetic models. The southeastern United States has undergone at ...

Gravity Current and Air Pocket Entrapments Caused by Shear-Flow Instabilities in Rapid-Filling Pipes 

Eldayih, Yasemin (2018-11-14)
Understanding the behavior of air-water interactions in closed conduits is very important for urban water systems that are subject to rapid filling conditions, such as stormwater systems during intense rain events. Among ...

A Gravity Study of Holocene Active Structures in the Puget Lowland of Washington State 

Taylor, James (2013-04-29)
This study presents models based on existing and new gravity and magnetic data for two regions in the Puget Sound, Washington, area: the Bellingham basin and the Muckleshoot basin. The principal goals of the project are ...

Gray Triggerfish, Balistes Capriscus, Reproductive Behavior, Early Life History, and Competitive Interactions Between Red Snapper, Lutjanus campechanus, in the Northern Gulf of Mexico 

Simmons, Carrie (2008-08-15)
Gray triggerfish, Balistes capriscus, is a widely distributed species, important to both commercial and recreational fisheries. Other species of Balistidae display atypical behaviors compared to most other marine fishes ...

Grazing Evaluation of Cool-Season Grasses with and without Legumes 

McKee, Robert (2015-12-04)
Reducing the length of time that cattle must be sustained on stored forages during the winter by extending the grazing season is a growing interest of cattle producers in the Southeast. This project was conducted to evaluate ...

The Great Resignation: A Qualitative Study Examining Turnover During COVID-19 

Shannon, Faith A. (2023-07-27)  ETD File Embargoed
This study examined reasons behind The Great Resignation, a phenomenon that noted the mass quantity with which Americans left their job during the COVID-19 pandemic. Central to this phenomenon is employee turnover. Because ...

Green Dolphin: an Educational Questions and Answers Website 

Aritajati, Chulakorn (2013-07-10)
Questions and answers boards are popular among enterprises. A dedicated question and answer site called Piazza is in widespread use in the educational domain. We present the design of an educational Q & A system called ...

Green Fun in the Sun: A Case Study of the Environmental Behaviors of Stakeholders within Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort 

Johnson, Megan (2011-12-06)
Global environmental changes have major impacts on a range of hospitality and tourism destinations where the primary features are natural resources such as mountains, beaches, water and wildlife that create the destination ...

Green TEAM: Surface-Initiated Free Radical Polymerization of Tethered Electrolyte Active-Layer Membranes 

Jabiyev, Elnur (2023-04-27)  ETD File Embargoed
The recovery of valuable species like lithium and uranium is of growing importance as we turn toward sustainable energy sources. Nanofiltration (NF) membranes are of growing interest as potential candidates for tackling ...

Greenhouse and Field Evaluation of Alamo and Two New Genotypes of Switchgrass for Biomass Production 

Sklanka, Scottie Lynn (2013-01-07)
Due to its high yields and wide geographic range, switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) was chosen by the Department of Energy as a model herbaceous perennial bioenergy feedstock. Alamo is the highest yielding variety, and the ...

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Inland Waters in the Conterminous United States: a Process-based Modeling Study 

Yao, Yuanzhi (2019-12-05)
The growing awareness of global warming promotes great interest in investigating the magnitude, spatial, and temporal patterns of the major greenhouse gas (CO2, CH4, and N2O) emissions in the earth systems. The Greenhous ...

Gregarious Path Decomposition of Some Graphs 

Yuceturk, Guven (2011-07-21)
Let G be a simple graph and f(v) a positive integer for each vertex v of G. Form G^f by replacing each v by a set F(v) of f(v) vertices, and each edge uv by complete bipartite graph on bipartition (F(u); F(v)). Can we ...

GridPick: A High Density Puzzle Based Order Picking System with Decentralized Control 

Uludag, Onur (2014-01-09)
We develop a novel semi-automated order picking system called GridPick that enables high levels of throughput, space usage, and flexibility. The system uses unit sized conveyor modules in grid architecture to bring requested ...

Grooming Frequency and Spacing Effects on a TifEagle Bermudagrass Putting Green 

Dunnivant, William (2008-08-15)
Cultivation methods for the ultradwarf hybrid bermudagrasses (Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. x C. transvaalensis Burtt Davy) are relatively unstudied. The ultradwarf bermudagrasses, with their slow recovery from cultivation ...

Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) Survey and Spatial Analysis of the George and Addie Giddens Cemetery, Opelika, AL 

Malloch, Hayden (2022-04-26)
Recent interest in locating and preserving the cemeteries of enslaved African Americans has increased the need for non-invasive geophysical techniques and efficient methodologies. The southeast United States provides many ...

A Grounded Theory of Employed Professional Role Identity: One Pathway to Understanding Professional-Organizational Relationships 

Stevens, Gregory (2014-10-10)
An increasing amount of research has recently been devoted to the complex dynamics surrounding employed professionals, particularly from the standpoint of understanding the ways in which they identify with their roles in ...

Groundwater Geochemistry, Geology, and Microbiology of Arsenic-contaminated Holocene Alluvial Aquifers, Manikganj, Bangladesh 

Turner, Jamey (2006-05-15)
A multi-disciplinary study, using integrated aspects of geology, groundwater geochemistry including carbon isotope geochemistry, scanning electron microscopy, energy dispersive spectroscopy, and geochemical modeling, reveals ...

Groundwater Response to Climate Change and Anthropogenic Forcing: A Case Study on Georgia, U.S.A. 

Sutton, Collin (2019-04-16)
This study analyzed the effects of climate variability and human activities (i.e., irrigation) on groundwater levels from 1981-2017 in four distinct geologic provinces of Georgia. Georgia is located in the southeastern ...

Group Lasso for Functional Logistic Regression 

Godwin, Jessica (2013-07-11)
Functional datasets are comprised of data that have been sampled discretely over a continuum, usually time. While the recorded data are discrete, it is assumed that there is a smooth, underlying curve describing the ...