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    Ashmead, William H.;
    (1890)
    Publisher: Hosted by Utah State University Libraries
    COLORADO, the State of lofty mountains, with its wonderful canons, gorges, and plateaux, a dry climate, and remarkable for its great mineral wealth and fossil remains, from its position in the Rocky Mountains affords a peculiarly interesting Fauna .. In the present memo...
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    de la Beaujardiere, O; Wickwar, Vincent B; Baron, M J; Holt, J; Wand, R M; Oliver, W L; Bauer, P; Blanc, M; Senior, C; Alcayde, D; Caudal, G; Foster, J; Nielsen, E; Heelis, R;
    (1984)
    Publisher: Hosted by Utah State University Libraries
    Between May 1981 and June 1982 an intensive campaign of 33 coordinated observations was carried out using the three incoherent-scatter radars capable of probing the auroral zone. During this period the groups operating the Dynamic Explorer satelli...
  • Other literature type OPEN
    Dale, V. H.; Joyce, L. A.; McNulty, S.; Neilson, R. P.; Ayres, M. P.; Flannigan, M. D.; Hanson, P. J.; Irland, L. C.; Lugo, A. E.; Peterson, C. J.; Simberloff, D.; Swanson, F. J.; Stocks, B. J.; Wotton, B. M.;
    (2001)
    Publisher: Hosted by Utah State University Libraries
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    Carroll, Joseph; Pearson, Jerome;
    (2012)
    Publisher: DigitalCommons@USU
    "EDDE" (the ElectroDynamic Delivery Express) is a persistently maneuverable modular propellant-less vehicle for low earth orbit (LEO). EDDE has at least 2 major applications: payload delivery and debris removal. Vehicles as light as 20-30 kg can deliver secondary payloa...
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    Harper, Mario Yuuji; Moore, Blake;
    (2013)
    Publisher: SelectedWorks
    The phenomenon investigated in this experiment was whether or not it was possible to excite atoms by low-energy electron bombardment, and to determine if the energy transferred from the colliding electrons were always in discrete amounts. This was investigated using the...
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    Budge, Scott E.; von Niederhausern, K.;
    (2011)
    Publisher: Hosted by Utah State University Libraries
    Stationary lidar (Light Detection and Ranging) systems are often used to collect 3-D data (point clouds) that can be used for terrain modelling. The lidar gathers scans which are then merged together to map a terrain. Typically this is done using a variant of the well-k...
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    Nelson, Weston McClain;
    (2013)
    Publisher: DigitalCommons@USU
    The Auroral Spatial Structures Probe (ASSP) mission is a sounding rocket mission studying solar energy input to space weather. ASSP requires the high velocity ejection (up to 50 m/s) of 6 secondary payloads, spin stabilized perpendicular to the ejection velocity. The pr...
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    Powell, J. Myles;
    (2010)
    Publisher: DigitalCommons@USU
    Virtual private networks (VPN) are used by remote clients to securely connect to company networks. This research discusses the performance of two different VPN configurations to determine their impact on a company's data communication network. The network configurations...
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    Zallum, Ibrahim;
    (2017)
    Publisher: DigitalCommons@USU
    This study examined the Middle Cambrian (c. 500 MA) Lincoln Peak Formation and Patterson Pass Shale. The initial goal was to create a stratigraphic model for these units. This model was then compared to those from already studied units in western Utah, which combined wi...
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    Hochberg, Amy;
    (1996)
    Publisher: DigitalCommons@USU
    The Quaternary geologic history of Lake Thatcher, southeastern Idaho, is pivotal in determining when the Bear River carved its through-flowing channel into the Bonneville Basin. Bright's reconstruction of the history of Lake Thatcher was based on 14C dates that are now ...
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