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  • Adams, Stephanie (2006-08-10)
    The social impact of the Red Hat Society is twofold: first, the “disorganization” is grounded solely in the belief that women over 50 have too long been ignored by society…hence the outrageous hats, boas and colors tha ...
  • Beatty, Ashley (2006-08-14)
    The roles of today’s grandparents have drastically changed from fifty years ago. Grandparents are now expected to give up their retirement and that “grandparent relationship” to fill in the position of “parent” when ...
  • Elliott, Stacie (2006-08-14)
    This study compares arthropod biodiversity in areas infested with invasive cheatgrass Bromus tectorum with areas not infested. The goal of this project was to establish a baseline of the types of arthropods found in ...
  • Lipshutz, Alex; Hendricks, Nikki (2006-08-14)
    The sustainable landscape model we are creating is an attempt to visually make community members aware of the water issue in our region. This xeric landscape will be aesthetically pleasing as well as functional, to rep ...
  • Zurflu, Erin; Parla, Anthony (2006-08-14)
    Human land use practices have degraded hundreds of thousands of miles of water corridors in the U.S. Fortunately, there has been an increase in effort to restore many of these aquatic habitats. Currently, the Deschutes ...
  • Alto, Anastasia (2006-08-14)
    It is time to open up the dialogue about old age with a healthy and positive outlook. The current state of Oregon is faced with high elder suicide rates and depression is common with elders. I propose a complex inclu ...
  • Burgess, Brett; Esterman, Shannon; Gallagher, Andy (2006-08-14)
    There are two objectives of this experiment. The first is to test the effectiveness of various soil treatments on cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) canopy cover. The second is to compare the two treatment types side by side ...
  • Mitzel, Richard; Herriman, Joseph (2006-08-14)
    Thinning of overstory timber will change forest function and productivity of understory vegetation. Increased solar exposure promotes understory growth, and disturbance caused by thinning will create an opportunity fo ...
  • Schmidt, Nadja; Sinclair, Kim (2006-08-14)
    Restoration ecology seeks to incorporate entire ecosystem functioning; primarily attempting to repair what has been degraded or altered. In order to reinstate ecological processes, biotic and abiotic components must be ...
  • Barrett, Todd (2006-08-14)
    The purpose of this study was to see if fifth grade students agreed with the research that says that children can easily and rapidly identify social isolation within their peer groups (Dodge, Coie, Pettit, Price, & J ...
  • Drum, Dan (2006-08-14)
    Road decommissioning will be a valuable science in the future of ecological restoration because of the excess number of roads in this country. May things like habitat fragmentation, erosion, spread of invasive specie ...
  • Whittle, Heather; Hobson, Whitney (2006-08-14)
    Small mammal populations are vital to the Metolius Forest Preserve. The forest preserve is undergoing selective thinning, which may affect small mammal populations in the forest. Our null hypothesis is that small mamma ...
  • Tanler, Hayley (2006-08-14)
    Self-regulated learners are students who take an active role in their education and have the desire to become more competent and more capable as learners (Zimmerman, 1990). Teaching student skills to be more self-reg ...
  • Hummell, Cassandra; McKay, Erin (2006-08-14)
    Restoration projects that involve revegetation efforts are often confronted with problems of desiccation. Several studies have shown that mulching, or laying organic material over the surface of the soil, can be very e ...

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