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Streamflow Signature Analysis of Long-Term Effects of Urbanization on Hydrologic Alteration in the Southeastern United States 

McDaniel, Reid (2018-12-19)
Urbanization in the southeastern United States has risen exponentially over the past few decades. This increase causes runoff to have a greater surface flow, a smaller interflow, and sometimes a reduced baseflow by changing ...

Strength Assessment of Soil Cement 

Wilson, William Herbert, Jr. (2013-01-07)
Soil cement is a mixture of soil, portland cement and water that, once compacted and cured, forms a strong and durable pavement base. Construction practices and variance among core strength data have led to questions ...

Strength Assessment of Soil Cement 

Nemiroff, Jordan (2016-12-07)
Soil cement is a mixture of soil, portland cement, and water that is compacted and cured to form a pavement base. Due to construction practices and variances in core strengths, questions have arisen concerning quality ...

Strength Assessment of Soil Cement Base in Alabama 

Scales, Matthew (2020-07-30)
Soil cement is a mixture of soil, portland cement, and water that is compacted and cured to form a strong, durable pavement base. Variances among construction practices and core strength data have led to questions concerning ...

The Strength of Attractiveness and the Power of Visual Nonverbal Communication When Rating One's Communicative Competence 

Gill, Jennifer (2006-05-15)
The effect that actual communicative competence, attractiveness, and method of observation have on one’s perceived competence was examined. Four hundred and thirty-three participants either watched video or listened to an ...

Stress Analysis in Bipolar Transistors 

Gnanachchelvi, Parameshwaran (2016-05-03)
Stress effects in semiconductor devices have gained significant attention in semiconductor industry nowadays. Stress effect in semiconductor devices is used as a beneficial effect in sensor applications and strain engineering ...

Stress in Alabama’s Education Employees: Intensity, Manifestation, Connection to Turnover Intentions, and Alleviation Techniques 

King, Allison (2023-04-27)
Schools across America are filled with educators who are skilled in their craft but stressed with their work, which is leading to alarming rates of burnout, turnover, and attrition. Much of the existing professional ...

Stress Mapping of Textile Composite Materials and Its Application in Interfacial Shear Behavior 

Shady, Ebraheem (2005-12-15)
Mapping of the stress distribution in composite materials, both at the fiber/matrix interface and at the composite constituents themselves, is important to understand the material mechanical response. Stress mapping can ...

Stretch Processing Radar RFIC System Analysis and Front-end Design 

Hubbard, Zachary (2012-04-16)
Current 0.13 u m SiGe BiCMOS technology allows for most of the components for an X- band radar to be fabricated on a single IC. This paper discusses system design and analysis of a stretch processing radar. The design ...

Striking Back at the New Overseer: Response to White Panopticism in the Works of Richard Wright, Ann Petry, and Ralph Ellison 

Henderson, Mark (2013-07-16)
This is an examination of the literary treatment and depiction of white panopticism in the representative works of Richard Wright, Ann Petry, and Ralph Ellison.

Structural and Electrical Characterization of Highly Oriented (KxNax)NbO3 (KNN) Thin Films By Chemical Solution Deposition 

Kang, Chi (2009-05-15)
(K0.5Na0.5)NbO3 (KNN) perovskite materials have been developed as promising lead-free piezoelectric materials for environmentally and biologically benign piezoelectric devices. To date, however, there are few reports on ...

Structural and Functional Studies to Investigate Enzymatic Catalysis and Flavin Transfer Mechanism of The Two-component Alkanesulfonate Monooxygenase System from Escherichia coli 

Xiong, Jingyuan (2012-05-07)
Several bacterial organisms rely on the two-component alkanesulfonate monooxygenase system for the acquisition of organosulfonate compounds when inorganic sulfur is limiting in the environment. This system is comprised of ...

Structural Characterization of Recycled Materials at the NCAT Test Track 

Diaz Sanchez, Miguel Angel (2019-11-22)
The functional and structural performance of two pavement recycling techniques: Cold Central-Plant Recycling (CCPR) and Cement Treated Base (CTB) from a Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) process, were evaluated under accelerated ...

Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) of an Extended Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) to Report Web Technology Adoption Behavior in Higher Education Institutions 

Fathema, Nafsaniath (2013-11-08)
Web technologies used in higher education institutions are aimed to offer practical value to faculty members and students in facilitating their teaching learning and other academic processes. However, a number of recent ...

Structural Features That Promote Catalysis in Two-Component Systems Involved in Sulfur Metabolism 

Hagen, Richard (2020-07-20)
Sulfur is an essential element important in the synthesis of biomolecules. Bacteria are able to assimilate inorganic sulfur for the biosynthesis of L-cysteine. Inorganic sulfate is often unavailable, so bacteria have evolved ...

Structural Integrity of Hasty Aircraft Inflatable Large Shelters (HAILS) Under Wind Loads 

Lolley, Brian D. (2024-05-03)  ETD File Embargoed
Hasty aircraft inflatable large shelters (HAILS) are lightweight, long spanning, cost efficient, easily transported, and easily erected structures. However, these flexible membrane structures are susceptible to large ...

Structural Performance of Self-Consolidating Concrete in AASHTO Type I Prestressed Girders 

Boehm, Kurtis (2008-08-15)
As part of a larger investigation sponsored by the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) into the use of self-consolidating concrete (SCC) in bridge girders, this thesis documents a structural investigation of SCC ...

Structural, Isotopic, and Kinematic Analysis of Eclogite-Facies Shear Zones and Associated Structures, Lofoten, North Norway 

Kassos, Gabriel (2008-08-15)
Three variably retrograded, fluid-mediated eclogite occurrences on Flakstadøy, in the Lofoten archipelago of north Norway, display two structurally-controlled styles that are rheological inverses: competent lenses and ...

‘Structure - Processing - Property’ Relationships of Cellulose Nanocrystals for Optical and Sensing Applications 

Amit, Sadat Kamal (2024-05-01)  ETD File Embargoed
This research enhanced scientific understanding of the structure-processing-property relationships that govern the assembly of sulfated cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs) into films for photonic and sensing applications. CNCs ...

Structure and timing of the Austerfjord thrust and related shear zones, Hinnøy, north Norway: Implications for late-stage Caledonian tectonic evolution 

Key, Thomas (2010-05-07)
The Austerfjord thrust on central Hinnøy, north Norway is reexamined in its context as the structurally lowest Caledonian thrust preserved in the arctic Norwegian Caledonides. The discovery of the Vassvika group metasedimentary ...