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Fine Print no. 44, Fall 2009
(Murphy Library, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, 2009)
ME-PD On-Campus Newsletter
Influences of ecological consciousness
This study examines six of these common influences of ecological consciousness, as well as e new feasible influence: economic concern. The New Ecological Paradigm scale was used to measure ecological consciousness and was ...
CBA Newsletter 2009 Spring
(University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. College of Business Administration, 2009-02)
Nutrient intake in female collegiate track and field athletes
The purpose of this study was first, to determine if Division III female track and field athletes met the nutrient recommendations and second, to identify barriers the athletes faced trying to receive adequate nutrient ...
Benefits of Snoezlen (TM) and People with severe and profound developmental disabilities
Multisensory Environments (MSEs) are growing in popularity as an environment known for relaxation and independence. However, the purpose of these environments, or room, may be lost by misuse of the facilitation of the room. ...
Sediment methylmercury concentrations and production rates in coastal wetlands of Chequamegon Bay (WI), Lake Superior
Mercury in Lake Superior is understudied, and (1) geochemical factors in sediments that influence sedimentary methylmercury concentrations and (2) key habitats for methylmercury production are unclear. The primary methylmercury ...
Characterization of a unclassified virus and survey for its presence in Wisconsin bluegill populations
Bluegills (Lepomis macrochirus) are important both ecologically and as sport fish. Viral disease is a threat to bluegills and other fish species. Six viruses of bluegills have been previously described, many which are able ...
Analysis of end scrapers from Silver Mound, Jackson Co., Wisconsin : examining morphology to assess temporal context
End scrapers are specialized tools with distinguishing stylistic features. In the northeastern Great Plains, end scrapers are commonly found at Paleoindian and late prehistoric Oneota sites. This paper examines end scraper ...
Access 2009 January-August
(University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Continuing Education and Extension, 2009-01)