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  • Can eating fruits and vegetables help people to manage their weight? 

    National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (U.S.). Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity.; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.); United States. Department of Health and Human Services (United States. Department of Health and Human ServicesCenters for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.)National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (U.S.). Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity., 2012-05-03)
    The research covered in this brief supports the conclusion that replacing foods of high energy density (high calories per weight of food) with foods of lower energy density, such as fruits and vegetables, can be an important ...
  • Can Education Reduce Welfare Rolls?: A Study of California's GAIN Program 

    Margolis, Stacy (Virginia Tech, 1997-09-26)
    Welfare programs often attempt to reduce their welfare rolls by pushing recipients into immediate employment, while others provide education and training to people before expecting them to re-enter the job market. In some ...
  • Can Humans Respond to a Long-term Shortage of Renewable Resources 

    Cairns, John (Virginia Tech, 2014-01-22)
    If humanity wishes to continue to do business as usual, it must learn to adapt to the consequences of climate change and the decreased availability of renewable resources. Responding to rapid climate change will take the ...
  • Can isoprostanes be used to predict survival in horses with colic? 

    Noschka, Erik (Virginia Tech, 2010-11-09)
    Approximately 4% of horses suffer from one colic episode per year. The outcome is fatal in 11% of cases. F2-isoprostanes are the "gold standard" for assessment of oxidative stress in vivo and have been used extensively to ...
  • Can It Safely 

    Boyer, Renee Raiden (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2013-08-28)
    This publication outlines how to safely preserve low and high-acid foods through pressure canning at home.
  • Can kindness and compassion survive a violent cutback in human population size? 

    Cairns, John (Virginia Tech, 2014-01-22)
    The severity of the latest natural disasters and the increased probability of other major disruptions due to climate change mandate further examination of the consequences of such events on human society. Current unsustainable ...
  • Can the Cheap, Convenient, Readily Available Energy Party Continue 

    Cairns, John (Virginia Tech, 2014-01-22)
    Persuasive evidence indicates that oil supplies are peaking and therefore humans should expect for alternative fuels to play a major part in the future energy market.
  • "Can These Be The Sons of Their Fathers" The Defense of Slavery in Virginia, 1831-1832 

    Curtis, Christopher M. (Virginia Tech, 1997-03-28)
    This study argues that the Virginia slavery debate of 1831-32 was an occasion when radical transformations in the nature of the proslavery argument occurred and where changing popular perceptions about the role of government ...
  • Can VT Pride it Forward? What if Queer never happens here? 

    Matheis, Christian (2013-12-17)
    How will we tell the story of LGBTQA people at VT in ten, fifteen, or twenty years? Since the 1990’s, if not earlier, public universities around the country have gone through various queer pride and affirmation movements. ...
  • can we improve estimates of juvenile dispersal distance and survival? 

    Cooper, C. B.; Daniels, S. J.; Walters, J. R. (Ecological Society of America, 2008-12)
    Estimates of distributions of natal dispersal distances and juvenile recruitment rates in open populations are strongly influenced by the extent and shape of the areas sampled. Techniques to improve biased dispersal and ...
  • Can we make the SiC-SiO2 interface as good as the Si-SiO2 interface? 

    Di Ventra, M. (AIP Publishing, 2001-10)
    A simple analysis based on the bulk valence and conduction densities of states was employed to estimate the interface-state densities for interfaces between the three most common SiC polytypes (3C, 4H, and 6H) and SiO2. ...
  • Can't you see me : rape prevention 

    McAlister, J. Douglas (James Douglas), 1944- (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 1990)
    A discussion guide for a program on rape prevention.
  • The Canada-U.S. free trade agreement and the auto pact :a history of the automotive provisions and an examination of the state of the Canadian automotive industry 

    Jones, Carolyn G. (Virginia Tech, 1990-12-05)
    Before 1965, Canadian automotive manufacturers were producing a wide variety of models for a limited market in an industry in which economies of scale are very important. Tariffs and a Canadian content requirement protected ...
  • Canadian Hemlock, Tsuga canadensis 

    Niemiera, Alexander Xavier, 1951- (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2010-11-03)
    This publication covers the physical and main features, plant needs, functions, care, and additional information for the Canadian Hemlock, Tsuga canadensis.
  • Canadian Naturalistic Driving Study 

    Hankey, Jonathan M. (2014-08-25)
  • Canal Boat 

    Palmer, Earl (Photographer) (Digital Library and Archives at Virginia Tech's University Libraries, 2005-04-29)
  • Canal Boat being pulled 

    Palmer, Earl (Photographer) (Digital Library and Archives at Virginia Tech's University Libraries, 2005-04-29)
  • Canal through a tunnel 

    Palmer, Earl (Photographer) (Digital Library and Archives at Virginia Tech's University Libraries, 2005-05-18)
  • Candidate and Media Agenda Setting in the 2005 Virginia Gubernatorial Election 

    Dunn, Scott Wilson (Virginia Tech, 2006-04-14)
    This study content analyzed candidate press releases and newspaper articles from the 2005 Virginia gubernatorial election in order to determine which issues, strategies, and audiences were most salient on candidate and ...
  • Candidate Gene Expression and SNP Analyses of Toxin-Induced Dilated Cardiomyopathy in the Turkey(Meleagris gallopavo) 

    Lin, Kuan-chin (Virginia Tech, 2006-03-28)
    Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM), a heart disease, affects many vertebrates including humans and poultry. The disease can be either idiopathic (IDCM) or toxin-induced. Idiopathic DCM often occurs without a consensus cause. ...