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  • Sabo, Eric (University of Delaware, 2014)
    We consider well-motivated particle physics corrections to the standard supersymmetric hybrid inflation scenario. By allowing certain higher order, Planck scale suppressed, R -symmetry violating operators in the superpotential, ...
  • Pathak, Surabhi (University of Delaware, 2012)
    Prostate cancer metastasis to bone is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in men with this disease. One of the crucial steps in the metastatic cascade is the extravasation of the cancer cell across bone marrow ...
  • Scott, Brittany (University of Delaware, 2010-05)
    The purpose of our research is to investigate the relationship between medicalization and explanations of drug addiction by race. Medicalization refers to the process through which everyday behavior and traits are ...
  • Holmes, Laurens Jr.; LaHurd, Alex; Wasson, Emily; McClarin, Lavisha; Dabney, Kirk (MDPI, 2015-12-23)
    Total cholesterol (TC) directly correlates with overweight/obesity, but it remains unclear if this association varies by race and ethnicity. We assessed the association as well as the racial/ethnic heterogeneity in this ...
  • Gilchrist, Justin (University of Delaware, 2013)
    The Delaware sea-breeze circulation is a very influential factor on the climatology of Delaware. The sea-breeze has important implications on the transport of air-pollutants, thermal comfort, aviation, and coastal ...
  • Porfiriev, Boris N. (Disaster Research Center, 1994)
    A system analysis of the most serious radiation accident after Chernobyl that occurred in the former secret town of Tomsk-7 in Siberia in Russia is presented. This is the first attempt in Russia, to the author’s knowledge, ...
  • Sun, Jianxin (University of Delaware, 2016)
    This dissertation addresses a fixed-time interval decision making problem from an optimal control perspective, in the context of deciding the radioactive nature of a single target in transit using multiple mobile sensors. ...
  • Quarantelli, E. L. (Disaster Research Center, 1990)
  • Kee, Nathaniel Dylan (University of Delaware, 2015)
    Hot, massive stars (spectral types O and B) have extreme luminosities (104 − 106L ) that drive strong stellar winds through UV line-scattering. Some massive stars also have disks, formed by either decretion from the star ...
  • Ramsey, K.W.; Baxter, S.J. (Newark, DE: Delaware Geological Survey, University of Delaware, 1996)
    Radiocarbon dates from 231 geologic samples from the offshore, coastal, and upland regions of Delaware have been compiled along with their corresponding locations and other supporting data. These data now form the Delaware ...
  • Boyd, Brandon (University of Delaware, 2016)
    The goal of this dissertation research was to develop new insight into the application of radionuclide methods (210Pb, 137Cs, 241Am) in tidal marshes for studies of geochronology and geomorphology. A comprehensive radionuclide ...
  • Humberston, Joshua (2012-10-09)
    This report describes the methods and results of a seasonal study of suspended sediment dynamics in the Delaware Estuary using radionuclides as sediment tracers. Specifically, Be-7, I-131, and Pb-210 were used to determine ...
  • Holmberg, Angela L.; Karavolias, Michael G.; Epps, Thomas H. III (Royal Society of Chemsitry, 2015-04-22)
    This work features a new suite of correlations for estimating kinetic parameters from multicomponent reversible addition–fragmentation chain-transfer (RAFT) polymerizations and an improved methodology for determining ...
  • Richards, Robert H., Jr. (Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, 1970-07-01)
  • Donner, William R.; Grainger, Desiree; Rodriguez, Havidan; Diaz, Walter; Santos, Jenniffer (Disaster Research Center, 2005)
    The following research brief uses data obtained from twenty six (n=26) interviews with emergency managers, National Weather Service (NWS) forecasters, and amateur radio operators (HAM) to determine whether rainfall estimation ...
  • Richards, Robert H., Jr. (Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, 1969-07-09)
  • Herman, Bernard L.; McCarthy, Deidre C.; Nelson, Lewis P.; Siders, Rebecca J.; Ranzetta, Kirk E. (1995)
    The Ramsey House is located just north of Ramsey road (County Road 224) and east of Brandywine Creek in Brandywine Hundred, New Castle County. The dwelling stands as a two-story, rubble stone dwelling reflecting two major ...
  • Tanner, Herbert; Piovesan, Jorge (Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware, 2010-02)
    A new methodology for implementing nonlinear receding horizon optimization is presented, with direct application to robot navigation in cluttered environments. The methodology combines elements from statistical learning theory ...
  • Allen, Melanie (University of Delaware, 2013-05)
    With the ever increasing trend in urbanization and the associated high level of human influence, there is a growing ecological interest in potential impacts such as; biodiversity loss, altered trophic interactions, increased ...
  • Gallego Cuiñas, Ana (Latin American Studies Program, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, 2011-06-30)
    This paper examines, from the viewpoint of transatlantic studies, different literary representations of Jesús de Galíndez in the Trujillato novels. Galíndez was a Spanish Republican and member of the PNV (Basque Nationalist ...

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