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Hurricane wind damage simulation using GIS (geographic information system)
(Texas Tech University, 2001-05)
Hurricanes are among the most powerful and dangerous natural phenomena. Every year in the United States, hurricanes are responsible for casualties and billions of dollars in property damage. Recently, researchers have been ...
The geology and geochemistry of Sierra de Cristo Rey and its inclusions, Dona Ana County, New Mexico
(Texas Tech University, 1989-05)
The plug-like Sierra de Cristo Rey intrusion represents some of the oldest magmatism (48 my) in the Tertiary Trans-Pecos magmatic province. It is located in the western portion of the Trans-Pecos province. The intrusion ...
Evaluation of groundwater quality in Castro, Dawson, and Terry Counties $c by Ajay Ramachandran.
(Texas Tech University, 2004-08)
Geomorphic interpretation of digital spot imagery: Hanaupah Canyon alluvial fan, Death Valley, California
(Texas Tech University, 1988-08)
Data-driven modeling and transportation data analytics
Data has become increasingly important in transportation research. Unfortunately, existing traffic models, though developed and practiced for decades, are not data driven and therefore inherently incapable of analyzing ...
Exploring friendships in the workplace: Do gender and sexual orientation matter?
Friendships in the workplace have been shown to lead to greater job satisfaction and commitment to the job, but forming friendships in the workplace may be harder for some individuals than others. The purpose of this ...
A survey of the scholarship of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.
(Texas Tech University, 1975-05)
Stiffening of the extracellular matrix in skeletal muscle of aged rats and the effect on muscle fiber mechanotransduction
Sarcopenia is a growing problem and will continue as the aging population of the United States increases. Reduced adaptation of elderly skeletal muscle to exercise is likely to contribute to sarcopenia. The mechanism by ...
Economic literacy of prospective business education teachers
(Texas Tech University, 1969-08)