Data from the southern Cascade Mountains of
Oregon has been collected for application in computer
analysis of snowfields. Vegetation type, canopy
cover, slope, aspect, insolation, and snowfield
ground truth delineation are given consideration.
In addition, a procedure for transferral of data
onto Landsat imagery was derived.
EXTENT; SOUTHERN CASCADE MOUNTAINS, OREGON
DAVID BILL PARKER
A RESE;RCH PAPER
A trial was conducted to determine the effects of increasing
levels of water restriction on body weight, feed consumption, feed
conversion and mortality of broiler chicks to eight weeks of age.
In addition, the effects of water restriction on water:feed ratios,
water consumption per pound of body weight and on...
The study explored a model that integrates human
capital, family resource, employment and psychosocial
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(ESS) among single mothers. A sample of 851 single mothers
on Aid to Families with Dependent Children was selected from
the Washington State Family Income Study data base. Data...
The purpose of the study was to develop a schematic model
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and integrating theories in such a way that they could claim
a mutual language and could be examined and...
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on fertility, four trials were conducted in which individually
caged White Leghorn hens were artificially inseminated with 0.05 cc
of undiluted mixed semen obtained from 4 to 5 cockerels. These inseminations
were made at 9:45 a.m. , 10:00...
An attempt was made to create a hormonal environment of the
uterus comparable to that near the time of natural laying and to
eliminate the effect of a hard-shelled egg on fertilization. Hens without
hard-shelled eggs in their uteri were injected with the posterior
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