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FROM BARE TO BRILLIANT: The migration of fish species to a newly deployed artificial coral reef in Delray Beach, FL, Grace K. Barbara, UG '22 (3967320)

Coral reefs make up some of the greatest biodiversity per unit area in the world, but many living reefs are threatened due to anthropogenic factors relating to climate change. Artificial coral reefs…

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WOLVES AND WHEELS: THE EFFECT OF YELLOWSTONE’S WOLF REINTRODUCTION ON DEER-VEHICLE COLLISIONS, Erik Peters, UG '22 (3862815)

This paper examines the economic impact of wolf reintroduction via associated decreases in deer-vehicle collisions. Previous literature has found significant reductions in deer-vehicle collisions…

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Decentralization and Health Outcomes in the Philippines, Madison Spinelli, UG '22 (3961005)

This thesis investigates decentralization on population health through quantitative means in the Philippines during the transition period from 1989-1998. The driving hypothesis is that…

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Public and private transportation in Chinese cities: Impacts of population size, city wealth, urban typology, and the built environment, Xiangwen Fu, G4 (3954227)

The development of urban transportation is affected by population size, city wealth, urban typology, and the built environment and has significant implications for urban sustainability. We analyze…

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Anxious Prospects: Determining Cognitive Processes Underlying Biased Risk Preferences in Anxiety, Allison Yang, UG '23 (3959046)

One prominent symptom of anxiety is exaggerated threat appraisal, which is an overestimation of the likelihood and extent of harm. Researchers have aimed to understand what underlies the real cause…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series - Rebecca Safran

Rebecca SafranUniversity of Colorado Boulder“From Process to Pattern: Understanding the Mechanisms of Divergence among Closely Related Populations in Various Geographic Contexts”

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Bradford Seminar: "Radiation Exposures and Compensation of Victims from French Nuclear Testing in the Pacific"by Sébastien Philippe

Between 1966 and 1996, France conducted 193 atmospheric and underground nuclear weapons tests in Polynesia in the Southern Pacific Ocean, affecting the environment and the health of local communities…

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2022.02.25 Pedro Meira Monteiro Talk

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EEB 522 Seminar Series - Anna Jolles

Anna JollesOregon State University“Chasing the Holy Grail: Consilience in Disease Ecology”

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Iraq’s 21st-Century Challenges and How They Can Be Addressed

This Talk Reports on Iraq focus on the difficulties and problems arising from its legacy of wars and dictatorship. This is to be expected in a post-conflict country undergoing such a radical…

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DeCamp Seminar Series - Kathryn Paige Harden

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Bradford Seminar: “The Role of Extreme Heat, Urbanization and Household Income on AC Possession Around the World”

Rao’s research examines the relationship between energy systems, human development and climate change, including studying equity in energy transitions,and the impacts of climate change and its…

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Bradford Seminar: "Flood Vulnerable Populations: Who's Exposed And Who Recovers?"

Water and destruction garner the attention in flood disasters, and drive research and policy emphasis on physical processes and built environment impacts. But the main reason we care about floods is…

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Race and Racism in the United States

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Amy Abdalla - 2021 Journalism Senior Colloquium

Amy Abdalla '21 presents her certificate project, "Revolutionary Surveillance," during the Program in Journalism's third annual Senior Colloquium. My article will expose the…

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