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    • Y2K: The Millennium Bug Effect 

      Erickson, Brandon (1999-04-01)
      Y2K will not only affect the common person, but businesses (alternatively called enterprises, which includes all types of organizations), and even the worldwide economy. As Peter de Jager, Y2K expert and author of Managing ...
    • Yan polymerization contributes to active repression and thus contributes to precise gene expression 

      O’Hara-Hulett, Marielle (2014-04-01)
      Downstream of the receptor tyrosine kinase (RTK) pathway in Drosophila, a conserved network mediates the robust regulation of genes involved in developmentally important processes such as cell proliferation and differentiation. ...
    • A Year of Passive Hydrocarbon Monitoring Next to an Eagle Ford Well Site 

      Sablan, Olivia; Schade, Gunnar (2020-04-24)
      The recent boom in unconventional oil and gas development in the Texas Eagle Ford shale area has led to an increase in hydrocarbons in the atmosphere. Emissions from production sites include hazardous air pollutants, such ...
    • Yellowstone Airport RV Park 

      Carlson, Tristan; Skoullis, Yianni (2020-04-24)
      At the beginning of last semester, we were given the opportunity to design a Recreational Vehicle park for the Yellowstone Airport. This project idea was created by Jeff Kadlec who is our sponsor. The purpose of this project ...
    • Yellowstone Airport RV Park Design 

      Neth, Josh; Hall, Devon (2022)
      This presentation covers the design of a Recreational Vehicle (RV) park for Yellowstone Airport employees. Yellowstone Airport is located in West Yellowstone, Montana. The site location is on the airport property and the ...
    • Yellowtail Dam: A Study In Indian Land 

      Brooke, William (1981-04-01)
      Under the insightful leadership of Chief Plenty Coups, the Crow nation aligned itself with the white man prior to the campaigns which decimated the Plains Indians in the 1860's and 1870's. Plenty Coups knew that white ...
    • You say you want a revolution: Integrating rock 'n' roll music into the social studies classroom 

      Neiffer, Jason (1997-04-01)
      Among the many challenges that faces the social studies teacher is finding new and exciting ways to demonstrate historical events. This paper will examine using popular music, particularly rock 'n' roll music, to assist ...
    • Your ACE Score Could Mean More 

      Nicholson, Cheyenne; Voss, Scout; Elliott, Baylee (2020-04-24)
      Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are a relatively unknown topic but have proven to have lasting impacts on an individual’s health. While the research globally is limited, “about 61% of adults surveyed across 25 [U.S.] ...
    • Youth And Problem Drinking 

      Abba, Martina (1975-04-01)
      A summary investigation of the general meaning of problem drinking with a sketch of the physiological, psychological and sociological dimensions that precede problem drinking and alcoholism. With this background I propose ...
    • Zombie Fever: Forecasting an Undead Epidemic 

      Reehl, Sarah (2013-04-01)
      The SIR model uses population the \susceptible," \infected," and \recovering" compartments to describe the spread of infectious disease throughout an entire population. In this paper we apply the SIR model to the 2012 ...
    • Zombie: The Musical 

      Cummings, Kaitlyn (2014-04-01)
      At Christmastime in 1944, war was raging in Europe and both soldiers and civilians were dying by the millions. In Zombie: The Musical, however, the war is not between the Allies and the Axis, but rather between the living ...
    • Zooplankton Population Peaks And Their Temporal Occurrence In Bull Lake, Lincoln Co., Montana 

      Farnsworth, Kerri (1988-04-01)
      Samples of zooplankton were taken by vertical haul from Bull Lake, Lincoln Co., Montana, from early June to late August, 1987. Four genera of plankters and the nauplii of the copepods were monitored to determine the ...
    • Zorros: Fossil Foxes of the Andean Altiplano A Paleontological Descriptive Study 

      Emerson, Jenna (2008-04-01)
      The National Geographic Society sponsored a paleontological expedition in the Peruvian altiplano, near the city of Huancayo, Peru in late May 2007. Field work conducted yielded a large quantity and diversity of late ...