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Alves, Catherine Lawrence. 2020. Assessment of Reef and Fisheries Management in Belize Using a Social-ecological Systems Approach. [Environment, Ecology and Energy] Bruno, John F.; Castillo, Karl; Havice, Elizabeth; Umbanhowar, James; Kramer, Randall. Ph.D.: 169 DOI: https://doi.org/10.17615/9f51-jw21
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DeRousseau, Mikaela Ann. 2020. Concrete Mixture Design Using Machine Learning, Life Cycle Assessment, and Multi-Objective Optimization. [Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering] Kasprzyk, Joseph; Srubar, Wil. Ph.D.: 170
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Srivastava, Vivek. 2020. Designing Biology Informed Anthropogenically Driven Invasive Forest Pests Risk Models. [Forestry] Griess, Verena C. Ph.D.: 168
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Wilkins, Emily J. 2020. Using Social Media to Assess the Impact of Weather and Climate on Visitation to Outdoor Recreation Settings. [Environment and Society] Smith, Jordan W. Ph.D.: 179 DOI: https://doi.org/10.26076/adf6-c83d
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Zhong, Liyuan; Zhou, Dong; Liu, Ruiqi; Wang, Xinhui; Meng, Xi. 2020. The Feasibility of Coexistence between IMT-2020 and Inter-Satellite Service in 26GHz band. [2020 International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing (IWCMC)] pp: 1006-1011 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1109/IWCMC48107.2020.9148350
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Bajaj, Shaurya; Geraldine Bessie Amali, D. 2019. Species environmental niche distribution modeling for Panthera Tigris Tigris ‘Royal Bengal Tiger’ using machine learning. [Emerging Research in Computing, Information, Communication and Applications] Ed(s): Shetty, N. R.; Patnaik, L. M.; Nagaraj, H. C.; Hamsavath, Prasad Naik; Nalini, N. pp: 251-263 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-5953-8_22
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