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  • Martin, Erika C.; Whitney, James E.; Gido, Keith B.; Hase, K. J. (2013-10-04)
    Describing fish habitat associations and their relevance to conservation remains a central challenge in stream fish ecology. Unfortunately, there are limited opportunities to investigate these associations in unaltered ...
  • Hanson, Zach (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2012-03)
    Haddam is a little Kansas town ten miles from the Nebraska border that has managed to survive through a slew of fires and other tragedies throughout the years. Flour factories, honey business, and a once thriving auto ...
  • Carnes, Rebekah (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2012-03)
    The author gives a wonderful portrayal of the Hanover, Kansas area. She delves into many aspects surrounding the town and details its settlement using maps, historic documents, and interviews with residents.
  • Brown, Theodore (Kansas State University. Dept. of History. Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2010-05-19)
    Theodore Brown traces the origins of the little-studied Hodgeman County Exoduster settlement. Using archival material from Jetmore Museum and his own family history, he documents the stone masonry skills brought to western ...
  • Sage, Abby (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2011-12)
    Even though Harveyville is considered a “Lost Town,” the community keeps the town going. Without the citizens taking pride and trying to promote the town, Harveyville would probably be a ghost town after the schools were ...
  • Mangus, Maggie (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2011-09)
    A hundred years is enough time for at least three generations to flourish in the town. Serving as an important railroad center, Havensville supported many families and their businesses throughout the years, even reaching ...
  • Hall, Rebecca (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2012-09)
    The lost town of Haworth, located in Republic County, Kansas, was built and settled along an existing railway. Many of the inhabitants including the Haworth family were from the Midwest travelling west in search of better ...
  • Vu, Hieu Sy; Roth, Mary R.; Tamura, Pamela J.; Samarakoon, Thilani Nishanthika; Shiva, Sunitha; Honey, Samuel; Lowe, Kaleb; Schmelz, Eric A.; Williams, Todd D.; Welti, Ruth (2014-05-16)
    Formation of galactose-acylated monogalactosyldiacylglycerols has been shown to be induced by leaf homogenization, mechanical wounding, avirulent bacterial infection, and thawing after snap-freezing. Here, lipidomic analysis ...
  • Henson, Margaret (Kansas State University. Dept. of History. Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2010-05-19)
    Margaret Henson investigates the kinds of medical care available to rural and early town-dwelling African American settlers. Using archival documents and interviews with elderly black residents from Riley and Geary Counties, ...
  • Stimers, Mitchel James (Applied Geography Conferences, 2007)
    The availability of healthcare in rural regions is an important area of study, since healthcare is a need of all people, but rural residents often lack access to quality care. This paper reviews current literature concerning ...
  • Ramm, Alexander G. (2013-01-28)
    The heat equation is considered in the complex system consisting of many small bodies (particles) embedded in a given material. On the surfaces of the small bodies a Newton-type boundary condition is imposed. An equation ...
  • Noonen, Will (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2015-09)
    This study focuses on a Post Office community and what defines a community. It focuses on Hector, Johnson County, Kansas from 1856- 1900. The author used newspapers, atlases and plat maps, site work, biographies, and ...
  • Hoffman, Sara M.; Wang, Hua; Pope, Michael R.; Fleming, Sherry D. (2013-10-16)
    Ischemia/reperfusion-induced intestinal injury requires both toll-like receptor 4 (TLR4) signaling through myeloid differentiation primary response gene (88) (MyD88) and complement activation. As a common Gram negative ...
  • Hylton, Diana J.; Phillips, Lauren M.; Hoffman, Sara M.; Fleming, Sherry D. (2013-10-16)
    With over half of the world population infected, Helicobacter infection is an important public health issue associated with gastrointestinal cancers and inflammatory bowel disease. Animal studies indicate that complement ...
  • Jones, Kathyrn (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2012-03)
    The author compares three types of Welsh communities found in Kansas to determine when the Welsh language ceased common usage. A variety of historic documents were used to make this determination.
  • Dong, S. Z.; Lin, J. Y.; Held, N. L.; Clem, Rollie J.; Passarelli, A. L.; Franz, A. W. E.
  • Picon, A.; Lehmann, C. S.; Bostedt, C.; Rudenko, Artem; Marinelli, A.; Osipov, T.; Rolles, Daniel; Berrah, N.; Bomme, C.; Bucher, M.; Doumy, G.; Erk, B.; Ferguson, K. R.; Gorkhover, T.; Ho, P. J.; Kanter, E. P.; Krassig, B.; Krzywinski, J.; Lutman, A. A.; March, A. M.; Moonshiram, D.; Ray, D.; Young, L.; Pratt, S. T.; Southworth, S. H. (2016-05-23)
    New capabilities at X-ray free-electron laser facilities allow the generation of two-colour femtosecond X-ray pulses, opening the possibility of performing ultrafast studies of X-ray-induced phenomena. Particularly, the ...
  • Rice, Reginald H.; Gnecco, Enrico; King, William P.; Szoszkiewicz, Robert (2013-08-29)
    We report on spiral wear patterns produced at constant angular velocity by hot tip atomic force microscopy (HT-AFM) on surfaces of two common amorphous polymers: polystyrene (PS) and polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA). Topography ...
  • Ulmanis, Juris; Häfner, Stephan; Pires, Rico; Kuhnle, Eva D.; Wang, Yujun; Greene, Chris H.; Weidemüller, Matthias (2016-10-07)
    We investigate theoretically and experimentally the heteronuclear Efimov scenario for a three-body system that consists of two bosons and one distinguishable particle with positive intraspecies scattering lengths. The ...
  • Davis, Jenee (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2015-09)
    This brief history of Hiattville uncovers its struggles to recover from a series of devastating fires, especially the fires of 1905 and 1913. Although a promising railroad town in Bourbon County in 1890s, by the 1920s, ...

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