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Ph D dissertation, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Columbia University, 522 p. MPhil thesis, Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of New South Wales, 144 p. MS thesis, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 271 p. MS thesis, Civil Engineering, Arizona State University, 227 p. Ph D dissertation, Zoology, University of Oklahoma, 242 p. Ph D dissertation, Biological Sciences, Ohio University, 174 p. MA thesis, Anthropology, University of Manitoba, 206. Ph D dissertation, Biological Sciences, University of Chicago, 473 p. Ph D dissertation, Biological Anthropology and Anatomy, Duke. Ph D dissertation, Neurosciences, Washington University, 151 p. Ph D dissertation, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 295 p. Ph D dissertation, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 323 p. Ph D dissertation, Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, 191 p. MS thesis, Chemical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin. (2008) Basicranial and otic region anatomy of Protoceras celer and the phlogenetic position of the Family Protoceratidae (Order: Artiodactyla). (2007) Oral pathology of the Archosauria: bony abnormalities and phylogenetic inference. Ph D dissertation, Geological Sciences, University of Texas at Austin, 357 pp. (2004) Permeability evolution in sandstone: digital rock approach. (2004) Controls on the stable isotopic composition of speleotherms, Barbados, West Indies. (2004) A kinematic investigation in the Cripple Creek District, central Colorado: Implications regarding structural controls influencing the location and distribution of gold ore zones. (2004) Osteology and phylogeny of a new species of Araripesuchus (Crocodyliformes: Mesoeucrocodylia) from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar and crocodyliform biogeography during the Cretaceous with its implications for the break-up of Gondwana. (2003) Osteological description of an embryonic Elephant Bird (Ratitae: Aepyornis) using high-resolution x-ray computed tomography, with a discussion of growth in Aepyornis. MS thesis, Biological Sciences, University of Calgary, 213 p. (2008) Morphology, taxonomy and interrelationships of tristichopterid fishes (Sarcopterygii, Tetrapodomorpha). (2008) Aplicação da tomografia computadorizada industrial na análise de rochas. (2007) Elastic properties and three-dimensional osteonal structure of cortical bone in the human midfacial skeleton. (2007) A bone tissue engineering approach based on the combination of biomimetic scaffolds and flow perfusion culture. Ph D dissertation, Earth Sciences, Montana State University, 348 p. (2007) Experimental and modeling studies of contaminant transport in capped sediments during gas bubble ebullition. (2006) Studies on post-natal variation and variability in the vertebrate skeleton and its paleontological implications. (2006) Mechanistic understanding of microbial plugging for improved sweep efficiency. (2004) Comparative mu CT analysis of anthropoid trabecular architecture. Ph D dissertation, Geophysics, Stanford University, 146 pp. Ph D dissertation, Geological Sciences, University of Texas at Austin, 161 pp. MS thesis, Geological Sciences, University of Texas at Austin, 182 pp. MS thesis, Geosciences, University of Iowa, 330 pp. Please contact Reference Services for more information.

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This collection contains some of the theses and dissertations produced by students in the University of Oregon Chemistry Graduate Program.

Ph D dissertation, Biosciences, Universidade de São Paulo, 315p. (2019) Learning from nature: an investigation of an impact-resistant system on the woodpecker head as a non-traumatic brain injury animal model. (2019) From teeth to baleen: morphological adaptations associated with the loss of teeth and the evolution of baleen in mysticete cetaceans. (2018) 3D textural and geochemical analyses on carbonado diamond: insights from pores and the minerals within them. (2018) An arborizing, multiport catheter for maximizing drug distribution in the brain via convection enhanced delivery. (2018) Evolution of functional morphology of osteoderms across Crocodylomorpha. (2018) Multiphase flow properties of sealing caprocks for CO2 storage. (2018) Comparative cranial ecomorphology and functional morphology of semiaquatic faunivorous crurotarsans. (2018) Feeding mechanics of : convergent morphology and reconstructed cranial kinematics of a tetrapodomorph fish and modern alligator gars. Ph D dissertation, Earth Sciences, University of Oregon, 231p. (2018) Variation in the microprofiles of machete cutmarks: an application of micro-computed tomography. (2018) The systematics and evolution of Middle-Late Jurassic sauropod dinosaurs from China, and macroevolutionary trends in saurischian vertebral regionalization, shape, and pneumaticity. (2018) Functional implications for novel gaits and substrates in anurans. (2018) Predicting the influence of source and receiver variation in the use of acoustic cues by larval fishes. Ph D dissertation, Zoology, Pontifíca Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul, 163p. Ph D dissertation, Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, 253 p. Ph D dissertation, Organismal Biology and Anatomy, The University of Chicago, 323 p. Ph D dissertation, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 240 p. (2016) 3-D fracture tracing for X-ray computed tomography data. (2016) Phylogeny and systematic history of early salamanders. (2016) Characterizing density and anisotropy in the trabecular architecture of the primate ilium and ischium. (2016) Multiscale pore network modeling of carbonate acidization. (2016) Conodont (U-Th)/He thermochronology of the Mormon Mountains, Tule Spring Hills, and Beaver Dam Mountains, southeastern Nevada and southwestern Utah. Ph D dissertation, Anthropology, City University of New York, 264 p. Ph D dissertation, Civil Engineering, University of Toronto, 336 p. (2015) Investigations of porous media using nuclear magnetic resonance secular relaxation measurements and micro-CT image analysis. Ph D dissertation, Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, University of Maryland, 132 p. (2014) Evolution of function-related traits in squamates (Reptilia: Squamata): morphometric and phylogenetic analytical approaches. (2002) Formation and segregation of melts during deformation: an approach with analogue materials. (2002) Physical modeling of normal faults and graben relays above salt. (2002) Diffusion-controlled growth from a heterogeneous precursor: Garnet crystallization at Passo del Sole, Switzerland. (2002) The safety of water movement and hydraulic architecture in cacti. (2001) Direct three-dimensional morphometric analysis of the calcanei of some catarrhines. (2000) High resolution X-ray Computed Tomography (CT) of the skull of an extant opossum (Monodelphis domestica) and a comparison of its ontogeny to synapsid phylogeny. (2000) Phylogenetic relationships among American badgers (Taxidiinae) and the evolution of the badger ecomorph (Chamitataxus avitus).

Ph D dissertation, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 201p. MS thesis, Biology, Southeastern Louisiana University, 130 p. (2014) The sclerotic ring: evolutionary trends in squamates. (2014) Characterization of structured packing via computational fluid dynamics. (2014) Storage, ascent, and emplacement of rhyolite lavas. (2014) The evolution and development of the archosaurian head and the origin of the bird skull. Ph D dissertation, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 183 p. MS thesis, Biomedical Communications, University of Toronto Missisauga, 50 p. (2013) Pore-scale controls of fluid flow laws and the capillary trapping of CO2. (2003) Ontogeny, homology, and phylogenetic significance of anthropoid paranasal sinuses. Ph D dissertation, Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University, 178 pp. (2003) Cranial osteology of Caiman crocodilus and implications for its systematic placement.

MS thesis, Biology, Saint Mary’s University, 118 p. Ph D dissertation, Chemical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, 277 p. Ph D dissertation, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 254 p. Ph D dissertation, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University, 145 p. (2014) 22 million year-old frogs from the Miocene of Mush, Ethiopia. (2014) Core-scale heterogeneity and dual-permeability pore structure in the Barnett Shale. (2014) A three-dimensional quantitative investigation of frontal sinus morphology and function in mammalian carnivores. onlay: a comparison of two glenoid systems in total shoulder arthroplasty. (2014) Redescription of teeth and epithelial plates from the platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus): morphological and evolutionary implications. (2014) Sexual dimorphism and alternative reproductive tactics in the midland painted turtle (). Ph D dissertation, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 126 p. (2013) The impact of liquefaction on the microstructure of cohesionless soils. (2013) Locomotor ontogeny and the evolution of avian flight. (2010) A fundamental investigation of Non Fickian and Case II penetrant transport in glassy polymers. (2010) Characterization of plutonium particles originating from the BOMARC accident – 1960. (2003) Diffusion, closure temperatures, and accessory mineral petrogenesis in a high-temperature aureole: Refining the integration of P-T and t. MPhil thesis, Paleontology, University of Cambridge, 57 p. Ph D dissertation, Anthropology, Stoney Brook University, 517 p. MS thesis, Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, 295 p. MS thesis, Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, 98 p. Ph D dissertation, Rheinisch-Westfälischen Technical University Aachen, 119 p. MS thesis, Geological Sciences, The University of Alabama, 93 p. Ph D dissertation, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 511 p. MS thesis, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University, 221 p. Ph D dissertation, Geology, University of Wisconsin – Madison, 247 pp. Ph D dissertation, Biological Sciences, University of Calgary, 305 pp. Ph D dissertation, Anatomy and Developmental Biology, University College London, 435 pp. MS thesis, Civil Engineering, University of Washington, 208 pp. Ph D dissertation, Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, 83 p. Ph D dissertation, Organismal Biology and Anatomy, University of Chicago, 682 p.. Ph D dissertation, Civil Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, 321 pp. Ph D dissertation, James Cook University, Queensland, 159 pp. Ph D dissertation, Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, 195 p. (1998) The osteology of Syntarsus kayentakatae and its implications for Ceratosaurid phylogeny. This collection contains some of the theses and dissertations produced by students in the University of Oregon Mathematics Graduate Program.Paper copies of these and other dissertations and theses are available through the UO Libraries.MS thesis, Earth Sciences, Southern Methodist University, 68 p. MS thesis, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 168 p. Ph D dissertation, Biology, The University of California at Los Angeles, 127 p. (2014) Quantifying phase configuration inside an intact core based on wettability using X-ray computed tomography. (2014) Analysis of Snake Creek burial cave fossils using linear and landmark-based morphometrics: implications for weasel classification and black-footed ferret conservation. MS thesis, Bioengineering, Clemson University, 95 p. MS thesis, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 83 p. Ph D dissertation, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Arizona State University, 87 p. Ph D dissertation, Organismal Biology and Ecology, University of Montana, 215 p. (2013) Evolution des caractères crâniens et endocrâniens chez les Afrotheria (Mammalia) et phylogénie du groupe. (2013) Osteology of Sarahsaurus aurifontanalis and geochemical observations of the dinosaurs from the type quarry of Sarahsaurus (Kayenta Formation), Coconino County, Arizona. (2013) Ontogeny of bipedalism: pedal mechanics and trabecular bone morphology. (2012) Chameleons: a new model organism for understanding the evolution and development of morphological novelties. (2012) The nuances of locomotor strategies in suspensory primates (Apes): locomotor costs in terms of skeletal injury. (2012) A fossilized turtle egg clutch with embryos from the Upper Cretaceous Oldman Formation, southeastern Alberta: description, taxonomic identity, and embryonic staging. (2012) Lightweight impact-resistant composite materials: lessons from mantis shrimp. (2012) A volume rendering engine for desktops, laptops, mobile devices and immersive virtual reality systems using gpu-based volume raycasting. (2011) Unrecognized complexities of metamorphism: crystallization kinetics, reaction affinity, and geochronology. (2011) Phylogenetic implications of the morphology and development of the braincase of caecilian amphibians (Gymnophiona). (2011) The evolution of skeletal development in early tetrapods: anatomy and ontogeny of microsaurs (Lepospondyli). (2011) Comparative morphology of the vestibular semicircular canals in therian mammals. (2011) Ontogeny, diversity, and systematics of pachycephalosaur dinosaurs from the Belly River Group of Alberta. (2011) Systematics and evolution of extinct and extant Pan-Alcidae (Aves, Charadriiformes): combined phylogenetic analyses, divergence estimation, and paleoclimatic interactions. (2010) Trends in evolutionary morphology: a case study in the relationships of angel sharks and batoid fishes. Ph D dissertation, Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, 227 p. Ph D dissertation, Radiochemistry, University of Nevada, 165 p. (2010) Geophysical imaging and numerical modelling of fractures in concrete. (2010) The morphology and relationships of the hybodont shark Tribodus limae, with a phylogenetic analysis of hybodont sharks (Chondrichthyes, Hybodontiformes). Ph D dissertation, University of Texas at Austin, 221 pp. (2003) The cranial osteology of Angolosaurus skoogi (Squamata: Gerrhosauridae) with comments on the morphology and phylogeny of the Cordyliformes. MS thesis, Petroleum Engineering, Louisiana State University, 83 p. MS thesis, Geosciences, East Tennessee State University, 162 p. Ph D dissertation, Paleontology, Université de Montpellier II, 468 p. MS thesis, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 333 p. (2013) Phylogenetic and revisionary taxonomic studies of the banded knifefishes Gymnotus (Teleostei, Ostariophysi, Gymnotiformes) with descriptions of fourteen new species. (2013) Contributions to Late Ediacaran geobiology in South China and southern Namibia. (2013) Skeletal ontogeny of Monodelphis domestica (Mammalia: Didelphidae): quantifying variation, variability, and technique bias in ossification sequence reconstruction. (2013) Functional morphology of mammalian sacra and caudal vertebrae: implications for tail loss and positional behaviors in extinct primates. (2013) Cranial osteology of the long-beaked echidna, and the definition, diagnosis, and origin of Monotremata and its major subclades. (2013) Contextualizing vertebrate faunal dynamics: new perspectives from the Triassic and Eocene of Western North America. Ph D dissertation, Anthropology, The University of Texas at Austin, 335 p. (2012) Comparative and experimental investigations of cranial robusticity in mid-Pleistocene hominins. (2012) Heads and skulls as sediment sorters: an actualistic, CT-based study in taphonomy . (2012) The feeding morphology and ecology of stomatopod crustaceans. Ph D dissertation, Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Kansas, 547 p. MA thesis, Anthropology, University of Cincinnati, 84 p. MS thesis, Geoscience, University of Calgary, 127 p. Ph D dissertation, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, University of California Riverside, 129 p. Ph D dissertation, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Iowa State University, 170 p. (2012) Efficient algorithms for high dimensional data mining. (2012) Evidence for high-temporal-resolution strain rates for strain softening due to episodic fluid influx at Passo de Sole, Central Swiss Alps. Ph D dissertation, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 369 p. Ph D dissertation, Biological Sciences, University of Calgary, 575 p. Ph D dissertation, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 518 p. Ph D dissertation, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 312 p. MS thesis, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto, 173 p. Ph D dissertation, Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 748 p. (2011) Multiscale materials design of natural exoskeletons: fish armor. (2011) A finite element analysis of a Boa constrictor skull and the design of a jaw bone transducer. (2011) Paleontology of the Blanco Formation Horses, Mediterranean Pliocene Cercopithecoids, and the Paleonvironment of the Blanco Formation and Pliocene Mediterranean. Ph D dissertation, Geology and Geophysics, Yale University, 371 p. Ph D dissertation, Geology, The University of Texas at Austin, 254 p. (2010) Improved and practically feasible reconstruction methods for high resolution X-ray tomography. (2010) Paleobiology and taxonomy of extinct lamnid and otodontid sharks (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii, Lamniformes). Ph D dissertation, Civil Engineering, University of Toronto, 232 p. Ph D dissertation, Biology, City University of New York, 653 p. (2010) An investigation of behavior and modeling of bond for reinforced concrete. (2010) Experimental analyses of the relationship between semicircular canal morphology and locomotor head rotations in primates. (2009) Evolution and development of cetacean appendages. (2009) Comparative forefoot kinematics and bone architecture in extant hominids. (2009) Polyacrylamide amendment for erosion and runoff control on soils of differing characteristics. (2009) Jaw morpho-functional diversity, trophic ecology, and historical biogeography of the neotropical suckermouth armored catfishes (Siluriformes, Loricariidae). (2003) An evaluation of the pressure dependence of rare-earth-element concentrations in garnets from the Llano Uplift. Each dissertation published since July 1980 includes a 350-word abstract written by the author.Master's theses published since 1988 include 150-word abstracts., instead of the search term "thesis" use the search phrase: "seminar papers" For UWL graduate projects (MEPD students), instead of "thesis" use the search phrase: "graduate projects" You may also choose to browse the library catalog by Library of Congress call number.Browse for the call number Browsing the Stacks: Theses written by UWL students can be found in the second floor stacks (1958-2009) and in Special Collections (1958-present), shelved at the call number: WT Seminar papers written by UWL students from 1958-2010 can be found in Special Collections, shelved at the call number: WS Graduate projects written by UWL students from 1979-2009 can be found in the second floor stacks and in Special Collections, shelved at the call number: WX Murphy Library has a collection of master's and doctorial microfiche collection of papers in physical education. The papers are cataloged and can be searched in the same way as described above.

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