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    • Cameron County Storm Surge 

      Tobin, Kenneth (RCN CE3SAR project, 2016-01)
      Cameron County Storm Surge. SLOSH model results for Cameron County, Texas (Brownsville) showing inundation from storm surge associated with a category 1 to 5 hurricane.
    • CE3SAR Graduate Student Research Experience 2014 

      Unknown author (Southwest Research Institute, 2014-03)
      Introduction to the RCN CE3SAR Graduate Student Research Experience and Externship,
    • CE3SAR: A General Overview 

      Cifuentes, Luis (RCN CE3SAR, 2012-05-23)
      This PowerPoint presentation is an introduction to the research coordination network for climate, energy, environment and engagement in semiarid regions (RCN CE3SAR). It introduces the project’s goals, importance to South ...
    • Cellular mechanisms of decision making in Aplysia californica 

      Dickinson, Kathy Jan (2012-09-26)
      All animals are perpetually besieged with stimuli and face an extraordinary array of choices. We constantly must decide to which stimuli to respond, as well as how and when to respond. Although the decision-making process ...
    • Chapter 10: Wetlands 

      Rosen, Rudolph (RCN CE3SAR project, 2016-01)
      Wetlands are among the most productive ecosystems in the world, and home to many specially adapted plant and wildlife species. Wetlands provide many important benefits to people, fish, and wildlife.
    • Chapter 11: Bays and Estuaries 

      Rosen, Rudolph (RCN CE3SAR project, 2016-01)
      Texas bays and estuaries provide vital ecosystems and nursery habitat for many important Gulf species, feeding and resting places for migrating birds, and billions of dollars to the Texas economy.
    • Chapter 12: Oceans: The Gulf of Mexico 

      Rosen, Rudolph (2016-01)
      The Gulf of Mexico is one of the most productive waters in the world, and it is among the most threatened by human actions and neglect.
    • Chapter 13: Water for People and the Environment 

      Rosen, Rudolph (RCN CE3SAR project, 2016-01)
      ne of the greatest challenges facing Texas is balancing the water needs of people with the needs of our environment. We are all connected by water, and how much usable water we have for the future will depend on what we ...
    • Chapter 1: Water is Life 

      Rosen, Rudolph (RCN CE3SAR project, 2016-01)
      Water has properties that make it essential to life. And although the earth is known as “the water planet,” it has limited quantities of available freshwater.
    • Chapter 2: Water: The Ultimate Recyclable 

      Rosen, Rudolph (RCN CE3SAR project, 2016-01)
      The earth’s water is one, finite supply that moves from streams to lakes to oceans, flowing underground, freezing on mountaintops and forming the clouds we see in the sky. All this moving and shifting around of water is ...
    • Chapter 3: What’s Your Watershed Address? 

      Rosen, Rudolph (RCN CE3SAR project, 2016-01)
      Everyone lives in a watershed. Everything that happens on the land affects the water in that watershed.
    • Chapter 4: Living in Water 

      Rosen, Rudolph (RCN CE3SAR project, 2016-01)
      All aquatic species, including fish and other aquatic animals, are uniquely adapted to life in or around water.
    • Chapter 5: From Sun to Sunfish 

      Rosen, Rudolph (RCN CE3SAR project, 2016-01)
      Aquatic habitats are communities in which complex interactions take place among populations and individual organisms as they compete for limited resources in an interdependent web of relationships.
    • Chapter 6: Texas Aquatic Ecosystems 

      Rosen, Rudolph (RCN CE3SAR project, 2016-01)
      Ecosystems are complex interdependent webs of relationships between living and nonliving things. Texas has six kinds of aquatic ecosystem supporting significant biodiversity.
    • Chapter 7: Aquifers and Springs 

      Rosen, Rudolph (RCN CE3SAR project, 2016-01)
      Springs have attracted humans to settle nearby where water is abundant, but careful use is necessary to balance the recharge of aquifers with the use by people. Aquifers and springs also provide aquatic habitats where ...
    • Chapter 8: Streams and Rivers 

      Rosen, Rudolph (RCN CE3SAR project, 2016-01)
      Texas streams and rivers support diverse ecosystems that are dependent upon the size and flow of water. The healthiest streams and rivers are those with the least altered natural processes.
    • Chapter 9: Lakes and Ponds 

      Rosen, Rudolph (2016-01)
      Lakes and ponds provide habitat for many plants, insects, fish, birds and other wildlife, much of our drinking water and important economic and recreational opportunities for Texans.
    • Character Mirrors: Creating Identity - Text-to-Self, Text-to-Text, Text-to-Technology 

      DeLaGarza, Christine Julia (2014-09-30)
      The focus of this doctoral research study was to present a qualitative narrative on how curriculum design and the formation of literary awareness within the ELA classroom is an embedded process that occurs during reading ...
    • Character Mirrors: Creating Identity- Text-to-Self, Text-to-Text, Text-to-Technology (CPED Version) 

      de la Garza, Christine (2014-09)
      The focus of the doctoral research study was to present a qualitative narrative on how curriculum design and the formation of literary awareness within the English Language Arts (ELA) classroom is an embedded process that ...
    • Characterizing the unfished oyster reef community of Sabine Lake Estuary relative to surrounding marsh edge and nonvegetated bottom habitats. 

      Nevins, Jaimie (2013-08-08)
      Sabine Lake is an approximately 360 km2 estuary on the Texas-Louisiana border formed by the union of the Neches and Sabine Rivers. The estuary is unique in terms of its large oyster reef complex with no record of ...