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    • Gary Flage Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-12)
      The materials include copies of reports and correspondence during the active period of the fort; secondary materials about the fort including stories from periodicals, interviews, newspapers, and books; a paper by Flage ...
    • Gender Identity and Campus Climate 

      Weinmann, Braden (2016-04-29)
      While LGBT students as a whole often face disproportionate rates of violence and harassment, transgender students specifically face compounding rates above what minority students already experience (Jauk, 2013). Authors ...
    • Geologic Map of the Northern Sand Springs Range, Churchill County, Nevada 

      Czarnecki, Sean; Jarvis, Jacob; Satterfield, Joe (2016-04)
    • Gold Star Mothers of Tom Green County Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-01-27)
      Mrs. Mary Wilbanks worked for the Veteran’s Administration and kept a list of the mothers and fathers who had lost sons and daughters during World War II. Mrs. Wilbanks stayed in touch with the mothers for a number of ...
    • Grady Hill Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-10)
      Joseph Grady Hill (1911-1993) was the senior editor of the San Angelo Standard Times for 48 years, executive secretary to Congressman O. Clark Fisher from 1943-1944, and active in the Texas Wildlife Foundation. The majority ...
    • Growing Older: Young Adults' Attitudes toward Aging and the Elderly 

      Elliott, Aeriel; Coleman, Barbara (2013-04-22)
      Stereotypes can have a strong influence on how people interact with one another, and sadly many young adults perceive the elderly in a negative light (Hummert 1990).This study investigates young adults’ perceptions of ...
    • Habitat Selection Of The White-Ankled Mouse (Peromyscus pectoralis) In Val Verde Co., Texas 

      Morgan, Clint (2015)
      The purpose of this study conducted at the Devils River State Natural Area – Big Satan Unit (DRSNA - BSU), in Val Verde County, Texas, has been to delineate the seasonal vegetative resource selection of the White-ankled ...
    • Habitat Selection Of The White-Ankled Mouse (Peromyscus pectoralis) In Val Verde Co., Texas 

      Morgan, Clint; Dowler, Robert (2014-05-21)
      The purpose of this study conducted at the Devils River State Natural Area – Big Satan Unit, in Val Verde County, Texas, is to delineate which of 21 selected microhabitat variables are important to the microscale distribution ...
    • HABITAT SUITABILITY MODELING OF PEROMYSCUS PECTORALIS (WHITE-ANKLED MOUSE) IN VAL VERDE CO., TEXAS 

      Morgan, Clint Newman
      The goal of this work was to utilize habitat suitability modeling and spool-and-line tracking to delineate habitat use and distribution of the White-ankled mouse (Peromyscus pectoralis), within the Devils River State Natural ...
    • Halophytes and Arc GIS: Tools for Remediating Brine Water Spills in West Texas 

      Bond, William; Faust, Micheal; Dunlap, Maigan (AAPG, 2016-04-11)
      Historic contamination of soils by brine water spills has altered soils, causing them to only be capable of supporting sparse plant life. This complication coupled with soil compaction, and lowered infiltration rates are ...
    • Harriett Baptist Church Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-12)
      Harriett Baptist Church is located in the small community of Harriett east of San Angelo, TX. Collection includes a ledger that lists members of the church by families, a record of giving by each family, visitors each ...
    • Hazel Neal Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-03)
      Hazel Neal (1905-1998) while living in San Angelo conducted extensive research in genealogy and history concerning her family and the First Christian Church. The collection contains Neal family genealogy material, books, ...
    • High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) vs. Traditional Continuous Training (CT): Testing the Cardiovascular Benefits Across A Wide Age Specturm- A Pilot Study 

      Parker, Brandy; Grobler, Neil S. (2015-06-03)
      High intensity interval training (HIIT) has evolved into a popular method of cardiovascular training over recent years, however its benefits have only been explored in specific populations. It has rarely been studied in ...
    • Hiram Phillips Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-12)
      Hiram Phillips owned, edited, and published The Texas Sheep and Goat Raiser Magazine. The collection includes books and pamphlets mainly about Texas and the American West, a bound collection of the Texas Sheep and Goat ...
    • Historical and Biographical Record of the Cattle Industry and the Cattlemen of Texas and Adjacent Territory 

      West Texas Collection (2015-01-27)
      Collection contains one book, Historical and Biographical Record of the Cattle Industry and the Cattlemen of Texas and Adjacent Territory by James Cox, published in 1895. The book contains histories and biographies of ...
    • Historical Markers and Sites in Irion County 

      West Texas Collection (2015-01-29)
      John Gray is the son of Joyce Gray, Irion County Tax Collector and member of the Historical Commission. John Gray researched the historical markers and sites in Irion County for a Boy Scout project. The collection contains ...
    • The History and Mediatization of the Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales in American Culture 

      Hall, Justin (2014-04-28)
      The Grimms' fairy tales are the most well known collection of fairy tales in America, but the original meaning of the fairy tales was changed for American audiences in modern adaptations. When Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm began ...
    • Houston Harte Art Collection 

      West Texas Collection (2015-02-12)
      The collection consists of 33 original painting by Guy Rowe created using an ancient method of painting. 32 were commissioned by the newspaper publisher Houston Harte for the creation of a book including narratives of ...
    • Human Trafficking: A Weapon in Our Enemies' Hands 

      Goecker, Jamin Nathanael
      Fairly recently in history, most societies abolished slavery, but the practice continues to thrive in different forms. Unfortunately, the enemies of the U.S. have adopted it as a tool to strengthen themselves. Chapter one ...
    • Identifying and Characterizing Roosts of Lasiurus ega and Lasiurus intermedius 

      Jimenez, P. Citlally; Skipper, Ben; Ammerman, Loren (2016-04-29)
      Previous research has demonstrated the southern yellow bat (Lasiurus ega) to roost in the dead fronds of native palms (Sabal mexicana) and non-native palms (Washingtonia robusta). Roost use by the northern yellow bat (L. ...