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    • A ubiquitous method for street scale spatial data collection and analysis in challenging urban environments: mapping health risks using spatial video in Haiti 

      Curtis, Andrew; Blackburn, Jason K.; Widmer, Jocelyn M.; Morris, J. G., Jr. (2013-04-15)
      Background Fine-scale and longitudinal geospatial analysis of health risks in challenging urban areas is often limited by the lack of other spatial layers even if case data are available. Underlying population counts, ...
    • Universal Basic Income and Inclusive Capitalism: Consequences for Sustainability 

      Hall, Ralph P.; Ashford, Robert; Ashford, Nicholas A.; Arango-Quiroga, Johan (MDPI, 2019-08-19)
      Over the past forty years, income growth for the middle and lower classes has stagnated, while the economy (and with it, economic inequality) has grown significantly. Early automation, the decline of labor unions, changes ...
    • Using Climate Forecasts across a State’s Emergency Management Network 

      Roberts, PS; Wernstedt, Kris F. (Asce, 2016-04-19)
      This paper examines the application by emergency managers in rural areas of forecasts of El Niño and other seasonal climate events to (1) improve the understanding of how diffuse networks can help overcome the obstacles ...
    • Validation of high throughput sequencing and microbial forensics applications 

      Budowle, Bruce; Connell, Nancy D.; Bielecka-Oder, Anna; Colwell, Rita R.; Corbett, Cindi R.; Fletcher, Jacqueline; Forsman, Mats; Kadavy, Dana R.; Markotic, Alemka; Morse, Stephen A.; Murch, Randall S.; Sajantila, Antti; Schmedes, Sarah E.; Ternus, Krista L.; Turner, Stephen D.; Minot, Samuel (2014-07-30)
      High throughput sequencing (HTS) generates large amounts of high quality sequence data for microbial genomics. The value of HTS for microbial forensics is the speed at which evidence can be collected and the power to ...
    • Virginia Tech Food Access and Security Study 

      Hall, Ralph P.; Ranganathan, Shyam; Agnew, Jessica; Christie, Maria Elisa; Kirk, Gary; Lucero, Christian; Clark, Susan F.; Archibald, Thomas G. (Virginia Tech, 2019-10-30)
      There is growing evidence to suggest that a substantial number of college and university students in the United States grapple with food insecurity during their studies. One of the most comprehensive surveys on this issue ...
    • Who Will Benefit from ESOPs? 

      Rothschild, Joyce (Cornell University ILR School, 1985)
      [Excerpt] In the past decade, the number of worker-owned firms or ESOPs (Employee Stock Ownership Plans) has been growing geometrically. The national law granting tax incentives to ESOPs was passed in 1975, and since then ...