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Effect of riparian vegetation on the spatial distribution of slimy sculpin cottus cognatus in southwestern Wisconsin streams
The distribution of freshwater sculpin (Coitus spp.), are frequently associated with the quantity and quality ofmacroinvertebrate prey, which are often influenced by the presence of riparian vegetation. I hypothesized that ...
The effects of genetic bottlenecks on mutation fixation and replicative capacity of the influenza A virus
The influenza A virus is a common cause of respiratory illness in humans. Seasonal epidemics of influenza in the United States can result in up to 40 million cases, with annual hospitalizations and deaths reaching as high ...
An Examination of block V at the site of Pirque Alto in Cochabamba, Bolivia : a household archaeological perspective
One of the most recent trends in archaeological research has become known as household archaeology; its primary focus being the excavation and analysis of domestic remains. This relatively recent shift in direction for ...
The Israelites in Egypt : an archaeological outlook on the biblical Exodus tradition
During the past few decades the reliability of historical texts, especially the Bible, has been questioned by scholars and archaeologists. This paper analyzes indirect archaeological and historical evidence from Egypt and ...
Golf tournament management system
The Three Rivers Golf Association was created in 1996 to create opportunities for competition within the greater La Crosse area that would provide a competitive atmosphere for a broad range of golfers. The information about ...
Efficacy of fire, herbicide and mowing on smooth brome and re-establisment of a sand prairie
Smooth brome (Bromus inermis) is an invasive grass native to Eurasia that is now nearly ubiquitous in North America and is frequently encountered in sites targeted for prairie restoration. For this study, I investigated ...
Coaches' perceived benefits of school-sponsored adapted sport for students with disabilities
Although laws require equal opportunities for all students, few students with disabilities (SWD) participate in school-sponsored extracurricular sport compared to nondisabled peers. Recently, more school-sponsored adapted ...
Fine Print no. 45, Spring 2010
(Murphy Library, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, 2010)
Reading self-efficacy in elementary-age students
Reading self-efficacy can have a significant impact on school achievement. Through self-efficacy awareness, school psychologists and other school professionals will be able to identify certain populations that are at risk ...
GCA consultant scheduling software
Since the opening of the GCA computer labs at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse, the scheduling of the lab consultants has been done manually. At the start of the scheduling process, each consultant in turn, based on ...