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    • Correlation of Cere Color with Intra- and Interspecific Agonistic Interactions of Crested Caracaras 

      Dwyer, James F. (Raptor Research Foundation, 2014)
      Bright coloration in birds is an important indicator of individual quality often used in social displays. Structural, carotenoid-, and melanin-based colors are long-lasting, widespread, and widely studied. Hemoglobin-based ...
    • Costs and legal issues of reserving water supply sites for future use 

      Geyer, L. Leon.; Shabman, Leonard A. (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1982-06)
    • Costs of Establishing Loblolly Pine Plantations In Virginia: Methodology and Estimates 

      Thompson, Emmett F.; Shores, Michael E.; Sullivan, Alfred D. (Virginia Tech. Division of Forestry and Wildlife Resources, 1973-02)
      Forest regeneration decisions are among the most important that foresters make. In many instances, the cost of regeneration may be the largest cost item incurred in producing a timber crop. Accordingly, information on the ...
    • ¿Cómo integrar la estrategia de una empresa con su sistema de gestión de calidad? 

      Quesada Pineda, HJ; Aguilar Rodriguez, Silvia; Espinoza, Carlos (Instituto Tecnologico De Costa Rica, 2006-06-01)
    • CPULD News, Fall 2018 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2018)
      In this quarterly newsletter, you’ll find everything from current news regarding Center activities over the past few months to introductions to some of our interns, students, and faculty/staff. There are summaries of recent ...
    • CPULD News, Fall 2019 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Center for Packaging and Unit Load Design, 2019)
      In the “CPULD News” newsletters, you’ll find everything from current news regarding CPULD activities over the past months, to introductions to some of our interns, students, and faculty/staff. There are summaries of recent ...
    • CPULD News, Spring 2019 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2019)
      Please enjoy this special edition of CPULD News, featuring many “History of” and “Where are they now” type articles about the center’s activities, students, and interns, and what they’ve been up to since graduating from ...
    • CPULD News, Summer 2018 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2018)
      In this quarterly newsletter, you’ll find everything from current news regarding Center activities over the past few months to introductions to some of our interns, students, and faculty/staff. There are summaries of recent ...
    • CPULD News, Summer 2019 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2019-06)
      In this quarterly newsletter, you’ll find everything from current news regarding Center activities over the past few months to introductions to some of our interns, students, and faculty/staff. There are summaries of recent ...
    • CPULD News, Winter 2019 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech. Center for Packaging and Unit Load Design, 2019)
      Please enjoy this special holiday edition of the newsletter for the Center for Packaging and Unit Load Design. In this issue: "2019: Our Year in Numbers."
    • Creating Landscape-Scale Site Index Maps for the Southeastern US Is Possible with Airborne LiDAR and Landsat Imagery 

      Gopalakrishnan, Ranjith; Kauffman, Jobriath S.; Fagan, Matthew E.; Coulston, John W.; Thomas, Valerie A.; Wynne, Randolph H.; Fox, Thomas R.; Quirino, Valquiria F. (MDPI, 2019-03-06)
      Sustainable forest management is hugely dependent on high-quality estimates of forest site productivity, but it is challenging to generate productivity maps over large areas. We present a method for generating site index ...
    • Creative Achievements 2001 

      College of Natural Resources; Department of Wood Science and Forest Products (The Department of Wood Science and Forest Products, 2001)
    • Creative Achievements 2002 

      College of Natural Resources; Department of Wood Science and Forest Products (The Department of Wood Science and Forest Products, 2002)
    • Creative Achievements 2003 

      College of Natural Resources; Department of Wood Science and Forest Products (The Department of Wood Science and Forest Products, 2003)
    • Creative Achievements 2004 

      College of Natural Resources; Department of Wood Science and Forest Products (The Department of Wood Science and Forest Products, 2004)
    • Creeping in the night: What might ecologists be missing? 

      Nichols, Carol Anne; Alexander, Kathleen (PLOS, 2018-06-13)
      Wildlife activity patterns tend to be defined by terms such as diurnal and nocturnal that might not fully depict the complexity of a species' life history strategy and behavior in a given system. These activity pattern ...
    • Critical water issues in Tidewater Virginia : four papers from meetings of the American Society of Civil Engineers. 

      Virginia Water Resources Research Center; American Society of Civil Engineers. Water Resources Planning and Management Division; Geological Survey (U.S.). Branch of Water Institute Programs (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 1988)
    • Crop selection, tillage practices, and chemical and nutrient applications in two regions of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed 

      Bosch, Darrell J.; Shanholtz, Vernon O., 1935- (Virginia Water Resources Research Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1992-11)
    • Cross-regional prediction of long-term trajectory of stream water DOC response to climate change 

      Laudon, H; Buttle, J; Carey, SK; McDonnell, J; McGuire, Kevin J.; Seibert, J; Shanley, J; Soulsby, C; Tetzlaff, D (Amer Geophysical Union, 2012-09-22)
      There is no scientific consensus about how dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in surface waters is regulated. Here we combine recent literature data from 49 catchments with detailed stream and catchment process information ...
    • Crowds for Clouds: Using an Internet Workforce to Interpret Satellite Images 

      Yu, Ling; Ball, Sheryl; Blinn, Christine E.; Moeltner, Klaus; Peery, Seth; Thomas, Valerie A.; Wynne, Randolph H. (2014)
      A chronologically ordered sequence of satellite images can be used to learn how natural features of the landscape change over time. For example, we can learn how forests react to human interventions or climate change. ...