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Motivations of Chinese/Japanese/Korean Language Learners and their Relationship to Pedagogical Preferences 

An, Haesoon (2020-04-14)
The purpose of this study was to examine motivations of Asian Language learners, their pedagogical preferences in terms of classroom structures and activities in U.S. higher education setting, and their relationship based ...

Movement and Fate of Stocked Rainbow Trout in an Alabama Tailwater 

Baker, Sarah (2019-07-15)
Hypolimnetic discharge from reservoirs in the southern U.S. provides water temperatures cold enough to support Rainbow Trout Oncorhynchus mykiss fisheries in regions where they otherwise could not exist. The Sipsey Fork ...

Movement and habitat use of Shoal Bass Micropterus cataractae in two Chattahoochee River tributaries 

Cottrell, Amy (2018-10-02)
Shoal Bass Micropterus cataractae is a fluvial specialist endemic to the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River basin in Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. Recent studies show there is a lot of variation in movement and habitat ...

Movement of Female White-tailed Deer Relative to Conception and Localized Risk 

Sullivan, Jeffery (2016-05-26)
There are few data available that describe the spatial patterns of female white-tailed deer relative to their date of conception. To address this paucity of information, I placed GPS collars on free ranging female white-tailed ...

Movement Patterns of Gray Triggerfish, Balistes capriscus, Around Artificial Reefs in the Northern Gulf of Mexico 

Herbig, Jennifer (2014-05-12)
Relatively little is known about the ecology of gray triggerfish, Balistes capriscus Gmelin, despite its importance to both sport and commercial fisheries. In particular, gray triggerfish habitat use is not well understood. ...

Movement, dispersal, and home ranges of tournament displaced largemouth and spotted bass in Lake Martin, Alabama 

Hunter, Ryan (2006-12-15)
Anglers fishing in black bass tournaments often displace fish great distances from their site of capture and the effects of tournament displacement on movement and behavior of fish after release have been variable. ...

Movement, Migration, and the Material History of the AIDS Closet 

Miles, Jordan (2019-12-06)  ETD File Embargoed
This thesis explores the choices that people living with HIV and AIDS in the United States made to embody various identity constructions as a strategy for survival. While ‘coming out’ is often seen as a social goal, for ...

Movement, Occupancy, and Detectability of Green Salamanders (Aneides aeneus) in Northern Alabama 

John, Rebecca (2017-05-16)
Green salamanders (Aneides aeneus) are a species of concern throughout their range due to habitat modification and population declines. With few short-term movement studies on the species, the information is vital to better ...

Moving Forecasting Error: A Risk-Based Cost Forecasting Approach 

Mayorga, Cesar (2020-05-04)
The large amounts of historical pricing data the state transportation agencies (STAs) have collected during the last couple of decades, combined with the information technologies available today, have facilitated greater ...

Moving High School Juniors Beyond the Five-Paragraph Essay Through Teacher-Modeling 

Burks, Brooke (2010-12-01)
The goal of this study was to assess the differences in high school juniors’ overall essay writing scores when given a method of instruction (coping model, mastery model, and neither). After reading two articles that ...

’Moving On’ to A New Life: An Exploration of a Reentry Program’s Influence on Self-Efficacy in Incarcerated Women 

Barker, Katherine (2022-08-04)
The purpose of this study was to examine treatment results for incarcerated women in a southern-US women’s prison system who have participated in Moving On: A Program for At-Risk Women (MO). Research indicates that coping ...

Mowing and nitrogen source effects on ammonia volatilization from fertilizers applied to turfgrass 

Knight, Ellen (2007-05-15)
Although ammonia (NH3) volatilization can be a pathway of nitrogen (N) loss from turfgrass systems, the magnitude of this loss has not been well quantified, especially from N sources other than urea. The objective of this ...

Mowing Height, Nitrogen Rate and Source Effects on Establishment and Maintenance of Tifway and TifSport Bermudagrass 

Hicks, Christy (2006-12-15)
Hybrid cultivars of bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. x C. transvaalensis Burtt-Davy) are the predominant turfgrasses used on golf courses and athletic fields throughout the southeastern United States, and in warm, ...

MTOTO-BEBE: PROMOTING ACCESS TO AND USE OF PRE- AND POST-NATAL CARE SERVICES AND INFORMATION BY HARNESSING SOCIAL CAPITAL THROUGH INCLUSIVE MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT IN ILORIN 

Asipade, Akolade (2022-08-03)  ETD File Embargoed
One of 21 Nigerian women still die from avoidable maternal death. Yet, one of the most critical interventions for safe motherhood is ensuring that women (even in the most remote areas) have access to and are well informed ...

Multi Initiator Connected Dominating Set Construction for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks 

Kim, Kyoung (2008-08-15)
Connected dominating set (CDS) has been extensively used for routing and broadcast in mobile ad hoc networks. While existing CDS protocols are successful in constructing CDS of competitive size with localized information, ...

Multi-Antenna GPS for Improved Carrier Phase Positioning in Autonomous Convoys 

Tabb, Thomas Troupe (2019-07-29)
In this thesis, low-cost differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) techniques are developed for use in automated vehicle convoying. Global Positioning System (GPS) pseudorange and carrier-phase measurements are used ...

A Multi-Antenna Vector Tracking Beamsteering GPS Receiver for Robust Positioning 

Burchfield, Scott (2022-05-17)
This thesis proposes the coupling of a Global Positioning System (GPS) L1 C/A vector tracking software-defined receiver with controlled reception pattern array array (CRPA) satellite constrained beamsteering, i.e. a ...

A Multi-Attribute Utility Theory Analysis of Alternative Erosion Control Materials to Class 2 Riprap in Alabama 

Gerber, Christopher (2022-05-04)
Riprap is an extremely common material for construction projects and often assumed to be the most cost-effective option for channel armoring. However, a study done by Auburn University found that in the state of Alabama ...

Multi-dose misoprostol pharmacokinetics and its effect on the fecal microbiome in healthy, adult horses 

Pfeifle, Rachel (2023-07-17)
Misoprostol, a synthetic prostaglandin E1 (PGE1) analogue, is administered to treat glandular gastric ulcers in horses and may possess anti-inflammatory properties. However, misoprostol’s multi-dose pharmacokinetics and ...

Multi-Enzyme System for the Rapid Metabolism of Ethanol: Kinetics and Conjugation Within pH-Sensitive Hydrogel 

Eggert, Matthew (2012-05-07)
Biohybrid materials, or materials utilizing biological molecules in their rational design, are prime therapeutic carrier candidates to perform detoxification processes. Specifically, catabolic processing of alcohol is a ...