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  • Smith, Jeffrey S.; Engel, Matthew R.; Hurt, Douglas A.; Roth, Jeffery E.; Stevens, James M. (2012-10-25)
    Throughout rural New Mexico and south-central Colorado, acequias (irrigation ditches) are the lifeblood of Hispano communities. Without the water delivered by acequias, residents would face the all but impossible task of ...
  • Li, Yi Fen; Syed, Lateef; Liu, Jianwei; Hua, Duy H.; Li, Jun (2012-09-26)
    We demonstrate the feasibility of a label-free electrochemical method to detect the kinetics of phosphorylation and dephosphorylation of surface-attached peptides catalyzed by kinase and phosphatase, respectively. The ...
  • Chang, Yang-Ming; Huang, Biing-Wen; Chen, Yun-Ju (2012-06-01)
    Considering family labor and hired labor as heterogeneous inputs, we present a theoretical framework in which the optimal decisions of a farm household on on-farm family and hired labor, off-farm labor supply, and leisure ...
  • McLauchlan, Kendra K.; Craine, Joseph M.; Nippert, Jesse B.; Ocheltree, Troy W. (2014-05-01)
    Many North American grasslands are receiving atmospheric nitrogen (N) deposition at rates above what are considered critical eutrophication thresholds. Yet, potential changes in grassland function due to anthropogenic N ...
  • Song, Weixing; Yao, Weixin (2012-05-24)
    The problem of fitting a parametric model in Tobit errors-in-variables regression models is discussed in this paper. The proposed test is based on the supremum of the Khamaladze type transformation of a certain partial ...
  • Cook, Aubrey (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2012-03)
    This study describes the unique evolution of the small community of Laclede in Pottawatomie County, Kansas. Laclede transformed from a failed town to a preserved historical community owned by a single family. The study ...
  • Pettus, Jamie (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2010-09)
    LaClede, St. Clere and Flush once had a growing population until the start of the construction of Route 40 in the 1880's. The author explains the similarities of population loss and the individual uniqueness of each community ...
  • Mog, Misty (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2010-03)
    In southern Neosho County, the "wild west" community of Ladore flourished between 1869 and 1901, when its post office closed. Early events including gambling and lynchings stamped the town with a legendary character. The ...
  • Yao, Fangfang; Wang, Jida; Yang, Kehan; Wang, Chao; Walter, Blake A.; Crétaux, Jean-François (2018-05-30)
    Alpine lakes in the interior of Tibet, the endorheic Changtang Plateau (CP), serve as ‘sentinels’ of regional climate change. Recent studies indicated that accelerated climate change has driven a widespread area expansion ...
  • Williamson, Craig E.; Dodds, Walter K.; Kratz, Timothy K.; Palmer, Margaret A. (2011-10-20)
    Recent advances in our understanding of the importance of continental- to global-scale connectivity among terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems make consideration of aquatic–terrestrial linkages an urgent ecological ...
  • Garni, Alisa M. (2013-10-04)
    Comparative analysis of two Salvadoran towns with similar patterns of international migration but different historical land-tenure patterns reveals the emergence of radically different development strategies. Whereas in ...
  • Bush, Rebecca (Kansas State University. Dept. of History. Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2010-05-19)
    Rebecca Bush uses information gleaned from a year-long research project on locations and roles of early African American churches in Wabaunsee County. Although no church building yet stands, she has confirmed the sites of ...
  • Schildgen, T. F.; Robinson, R. A. J.; Savi, S.; Phillips, W. M.; Spencer, Joel Q. G.; Bookhagen, B.; Scherler, D.; Tofelde, S.; Alonso, R. N.; Kubik, P. W.; Binnie, S. A.; Strecker, M. R.
    Fluvial fill terraces preserve sedimentary archives of landscape responses to climate change, typically over millennial timescales. In the Humahuaca Basin of NW Argentina (Eastern Cordillera, southern Central Andes), our ...
  • Engle, Erinn (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2016-09)
    As the stage for Bleeding Kansas, Lane, Kansas in Franklin County’s Pottawatomie Township has seen times of violent bloodshed, times of booming prosperity, and times of quiet solitude. Lane has a rich history of business, ...
  • Angles, Steven (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2012-03)
    Lanesfield, Kansas was founded in honor of James Henry Lane, an infamous free-state leader, during a period of extreme violence and chaos. Lanesfield grew in the early years, but eventually disintegrated as people relocated ...
  • Watkins, Kathrine (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2013-03)
    The town of Langley is located in Langley Township, Ellsworth County, Kansas. For many American families and Civil War veterans, Langley was the mark of a new beginning and a fresh start. The town’s economy was centered ...
  • Marzluf, Phillip P.
    Language, Literacy, and Social Change in Mongolia is the first full-length treatment of literacy in Mongolian. Challenging readers’ assumptions about Central Asia and Mongolia, this book focuses on Mongolians’ experiences ...
  • Ramm, Alexander G. (2013-02-01)
    The weak solution to the Navier–Stokes equations in a bounded domain D ⊂ R[superscript 3] with a smooth boundary is proved to be unique provided that it satisfies an additional requirement. This solution exists for all t ...
  • Schofield, Brooke (Kansas State University, The Chapman Center for Rural Studies, 2011-09)
    Larkinburg is a small, unincorporated hamlet that straddles the county line between Jackson County and Atchison County, Kansas. In its prime, Larkinburg had a population of about 200. The town was named after M.E. Larkin, ...

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