Recent Submissions

  • Comparison of U.S. and Russian Agriculture 

    Mensheha, Mark (1964)
    The Soviet Union is the world’s third largest producer of cotton, growing approximately one-eighth of the world’s total annual productions of cotton. The country’s average yield of lint per acre in 1964 was the world’s ...
  • The McNair Scholars Journal, 2020 

    Stewart, Monte; Barri, Nell; Foster, Amanda; Gille, Makayla M.; Hale, Madison; Hall, Lily M.; Hamlet, Shawn J.; Hubbell, Brittney; Kong, Shaian; Lyons, Mandelyn; Pena, Andres; Smith, Jessica R.; Vue, Michelle; Wilber, Cheyanne (University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2020)
    The TRIO McNair Scholars Program began at the University of Wisconsin-Superior in the fall of 1999. The McNair Scholars Program is a federal TRIO program originally established in 1986 by the U.S. Department of Education, ...
  • The McNair Scholars Journal, 2019 

    Brown, Brittany; Cone, Jade; Golen-Marquardt, Shantae; Hanson, Rachel; Holmes, Scott; Parranto, Linda; Reese, Stephanie; Turner, Rachel; Williams, Julian; Worku, Abaynhe; Stewart, Monte (University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2019)
    The McNair Scholars Program began at the University of Wisconsin-Superior in the fall of 1999. The McNair Program at the University of Wisconsin-Superior prepares income eligible, first generation college students and ...
  • The Architectural Development of Duluth, Minnesota 

    Ralph, William Patrick (University of Wisconsin-Superior, 1976-09)
    A thesis paper presented to the Graduate Faculty of the Department of Art at the University of Wisconsin-Superior
  • The Nemadji Review 9th Edition 

    McCormick, John, Faculty Advisor; Villamayor, Malita, Ed Board; VanHoever, Suzanne, Ed Board; Stoede, Lucia, Ed Board; Schwanbeck, Martin, Ed Board; Omiwale, Opeyemi; Menzia, Hanna; Brand, Bud; Hadley, Frankie; Holmes, Scott; Lehto, Natalie; Pearson, Daniel; Sickels, Richard; Tuve, Rachel; Qaisar, Uzman, Editor (University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2020)
  • The Nemadji Review Volume 8 

    Brand, Bud; Brueske, Jennifer; Chronsiter, Jan; Dietsche, Lucas; Dirckx, Derek; France, Melissa; Hamanaka, Haruka; Harris, Bailey; Johnson, Sophia; Keppers, Giorgi; La Vine, Adam; Njau, Anna; Qaisar, Uzman; Thompson, Justin; Tollas, Alison; LaFalmme, Josh (University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2019)
  • Subchronic Toxicities of Industrial and Agricultural Chemicals to Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas) 

    Call, D.J.; Geiger, D.L. (1992)
    The utility of chemical toxicity testing as an environmental protection strategy has been an accepted practice since the mid 1900s. Extensive aquatic toxicity testing began in the 1960s and tests were categorized into ...
  • Acute Toxicities of Organic Chemicals to Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas) Volume V 

    Geiger, D.L.; Brooke, L.T.; Call, D.J. (1990)
    The completion of this fifth volume of Acute Toxicities of Organic Chemicals to Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas) marks a milestone for our QSAR research program. The five volumes contain original data from 777 ...
  • Acute Toxicities of Organic Chemicals to Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas) Volume IV 

    Geiger, D.L.; Call, D.J.; Brooke, L.T. (1988)
    In this, the fourth volume of acute toxicity data on organic chemi­cals, we pay tribute to the species which has made this possible. The fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas) is well suited to laboratory studies and was ...
  • Acute Toxicities of Organic Chemicals to Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas) Volume III 

    Geiger, D.L.; Poirier, S.H.; Brooke, L.T.; Call, D.J. (1986)
    Acute toxicity values for aquatic life continue to be useful for pre­liminary assessment of the potential for harm in the environment by chemicals. The end-point for an Lc50 (concentration of chemical necessary to kill ...
  • Acute Toxicities of Organic Chemicals to Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas) Volume II 

    Geiger, D.L.; Northcott, C.E.; Call, D.J.; Brooke, L.T. (1985)
    The contents of the second volume of Acute Toxicities of Organic Chemicals to Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas} provide additional infor­mation for the ongoing development of an aquatic toxicology data ...
  • Acute Toxicities of Organic Chemicals to Fathead Minnows (Pimephales promelas) Volume I 

    Brooke, L.T.; Call, D.J.; Geiger, D.L.; Northcott, C.E. (1984)
    Over 60,000 chemicals exist in United States commerce (U.S. EPA, 1982). This inventory expands each year as 200 to l,000 new chemicals are advanced into commercial production (Muir, 1980). ...
  • Transport of Toxic substances into Lake Superior by Suspended Solids 

    Bahnick, Donald A.; Markee, Thomas P. (1983-10)
    A primary threat to Great Lakes sport and commercial fisheries arises from contamination problems due to the introduction of certain xenobiotic chemicals in aquatic environments. Of particular concern are hydrophobic ...
  • Toxicity Evaluation of Sediments from Chequamegon Bay, Lake Superior, at Ashland, Wisconsin 

    Call, Daniel J.; TenEyck, Matthew; Ndbari, Ian; Fritsche, David; Brooke, Dianne; Schmude, Kurt; Balcer, Mary (1998-08-12)
    The Lake Superior Research Institute (LSRI) contracted with SEH to evaluate the toxicity of sediments collected from several near-shore sites in Chequamegon Bay, Lake Superior, at Ashland, Wisconsin. The study area had ...
  • Fishery Resources of the Superior-Duluth Estuary 

    DeVore, Philip (1978-11)
    The Superior-Duluth estuary contains more than 11,500 acres of water (calculated from planimeter measurements of maps provided by the Metropolitan Interstate Committee). If compared to inland bodies of water in Wisconsin, ...
  • Effects of South Shore Drainage Basins and Clay Erosion on the Physical and Chemical limnology of Western Lake Superior 

    Bahnick, Donald A.; Dickas, Albert B.; Horton, Joseph W.; Roubal, Ronald K. (1972)
    A chemical and geological investigation of Lake Superior waters and sediments is presented. The study area extends from Superior, Wisconsin to Amnicon Point, Wisconsin, a distance of eight miles. Sampling was enacted on ...
  • Ecology of Western Lake Superior Region 

    Markee, Tom; Devore, Phil; Bahnick, Donald A.; Roubal, Ronald K.; Tychsen, Paul (1983)
    The twin ports of Superior, Wisconsin and Duluth, Minnesota were founded at the head of the world's greatest continuous mass of freshwater. The Laurentian Great Lakes contain about 20% of the world's freshwater resources. ...
  • An Account of Two Decades of Applied Research and Public Education 1969 to 1989 

    Bahnick, Donald A.; Balcer, Mary D.; Brooke, Larry T.; Call, Daniel J.; Dickas, Albert B.; Lozano, Stephen; MacTaggart, Terrence J.; Markee, Thomas P.; Roubal, Ronald K.; Swenson, William A.; Vaishnav, Dinesh (1989-04-28)
    The Center for Lake superior Environmental studies (CLSES) was created in the late 1960's, a period of national environmental concern. The founding scientists, from the departments of biology, chemistry, geology and ...
  • EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON OSMOREGUATION OF FRESHWATER POIKILOTHERMS 

    Brooke, Larry (1969-03-08)
    Much work has been done during the past few years showing that as the temperature of an organism changes, either upward or down, ionic equilibrium is disturbed within this organism. The degree of disturbance has been shown ...
  • ECOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF FACTORS AFFECTING WALLYEYE OVA SURVIVAL IN THE LOWER FOX RIVER 

    Balcer, Mary D.; McCauley, Dennis J.; Niemi, Gerald J.; Brooke, Larry T. (1986-10)
    The Fox River is a major tributary into Lake Michigan's Green Bay with an average discharge of 117 m3 sec-1 and an average gradient of 0.81 m km-1 in the last 62 km of the river (Epstein et al., 1974). Since the early ...

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