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  • Boyer, Emma Gerald (2015-01-29)
    The means by which a species survives in different environmental conditions is central to thoroughly understanding its ecology, evolution, and conservation. As we face a warming climate, developing a more comprehensive ...
  • Aljarrah, Mohaymen (2015-01-29)
    DTNs (Delay Tolerant Networks) or opportunistic networks represent a class of networks in which a continuous end-to-end connectivity in the network may not be quite possible. Because DTN is a well-recognized networking ...
  • Camilleri, Andrew (2015-01-29)
    Between 1992-1995 Bosnia and Herzegovina was torn by a civil war between its three constituent ethnicities: the Bosniaks, Bosnian Croats and the Bosnian Serbs. The Dayton Accords brought an end to the fighting and created ...
  • Angeles, Kathryn (2015-01-16)
    This thesis describes a case study conducted at selected northern Virginia high schools and at George Mason University (Mason). Through interviews with high school counselors and Mason transition program staff, student ...
  • Gest, Justin; Boucher, Anna; Challen, Suzanna; Burgoon, Brian; Thielemann, Eiko; Beine, Michel; McGovern, Patrick; Crock, Mary; Rapoport, Hillel; Hiscox, Michael (John Wiley & Sons, 2014-05-12)
    Academics and policy makers require a better understanding of the variation of policies that regulate global migration, asylum and immigrant naturalization. At present, however, there is no comprehensive cross-national, ...

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