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Stratigraphic analysis of the lower Grayburg Formation in Last Chance Canyon, New Mexico: Utilization of high-precision geospatial mapping and surveying technologies
The lower Grayburg Formation is a Middle Permian, mixed siliciclastic-carbonate on the rim of the Delaware and Midland basins that is well exposed in Last Chance Canyon, Guadalupe Mountains, U.S.A. Previous sequence ...
Anatomy of the vinegaroon, Mastigoproctus giganteus
(Texas Tech University, 1956-08)
Evidence for Viking disruption from early Norman histories and commemorations of saints
(Texas Tech University, 1999-08)
Historians have few sources for the early history of Normandy. This study consults several saints' lives from the period before and after the Viking invasions, and for purposes of comparison it also addresses two ...
A digital system for image analysis.
(Texas Tech University, 1975-08)
A comparison of the effectiveness of counseling or teaching Taiwanese university students with control theory/reality therapy as the model
(Texas Tech University, 1995-08)
Breast Cancer patients' use of coenzyme Q10
(Texas Tech University, 2003-05)
Dietary supplement use is common, particularly among cancer patients. Women with breast and gynecological cancers use dietary supplements at higher rates than individuals with other types of cancers. One particular dietary ...
Iron-impregnated nanosized silica and alumina: Implications for contaminant transformation
Aqueous iron and prevailing mineral oxides such as silicon and alumina interact to create a vast amount of iron-enriched surfaces with considerable surface adsorption capacity and redox activity in the natural environment. ...
The Growth of Cytophaga on Mesquite
(Texas Tech University, 1972-08)
Electron paramagnetic resonance studies of the oxygenase mechanism of ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase
(Texas Tech University, 1984-05)
Effect of Pascal and FORTRAN programming instruction on the problem-solving cognitive ability in formal operational stage students
The major purposes of this study were: (a) to determine if learning to program a computer in either Pascal or FORTRAN improves the problem-solving skills of students (college level), who are at the formal operational ...