Walter, Michael J.; Thomson, Andrew R. — 2022-07-11 An Excel spreadsheet compiling published major and trace element data for all important sublithospheric (upper mantle, transition zone and lower mantle) inclusion phases in diamond. Major element data are obtained by EPMA, trace element data by SIMS (ion microprobe) and LA-ICPMS. For additional details, please refer to Chapter 7: Geochemistry of Silicate and Oxide Inclusions in Sublithospheric Diamonds by Walter et al. in the RiMG volume "Diamond - Genesis, Mineralogy, and Geochemistry ", https://doi.org/10.2138/rmg.2022.88.07
Elder; Hess, Thom — 1998-04 <p>-An interview with Elder about Canoes.</p> <p>-From 2007-101-T-138</p>
Protocol for systematic reviews on risk factors and preventive interventions for post Covid-19 condition
Pillay, Jennifer — 2021-08-06 This is a protocol for systematic reviews on risk factors and preventive interventions for post Covid-19 condition, conducted in collaboration with the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) and the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH)
Story of Seal Hunters (Pheasant and his Brothers-in-Law) (appears to be incomplete copy) 2 (16:39 – 33:10) - The Eyes of Coyote (qelúb ?e ti sbiyaw)
Lamont, Martha — 1964-07-22 <p><b>Contents:</b></p> <p>Martha Lamont (Snohomish), 7/22/64, Tulalip, WA 1 (00:00 – 16:38)</p> <p><ul><li>Story of Seal Hunters (Pheasant and his Brothers-in-Law) (appears to be incomplete copy) 2 (16:39 – 33:10) </li> <li>The Eyes of Coyote (qelúb ?e ti sbiyaw)</li></ul></p> <br/> <p>From the Thom Hess Collection, Ethnomusicology Archives (UWEA 95-19.18) University of Washington, Seattle</p>
Karst, Justine — 2021-04-27 We (Justine Karst and Nadir Erbilgin) cored three to four aspen trees per plot on September 12, 2020, to capture stem radial growth across the duration of the experiment, including ring growth in 2019, the year aspen roots were collected. From each tree, we collected two increment cores with a 4.3 mm increment borer at a height of 1.3 m. We sanded mounted increment cores with progressively finer sandpaper up to 1200 grit and scanned them at 2400 DPI. Joseph Birch measured the width of annual growth rings of cored trees and cross-dated the measurements. These data are also posted with the International Tree Ring Database.
Skagit for Young People, Book 1 Tape 3 Lesson 20 & Skagit for Young People #16, Comparative Vocabulary
N/A — 2014-11-19 <p><b>Contents:</b></p> <p><ul><li>Tr. 1 – “Skagit for Young People,” Book 1, Tape 3, Lesson 20 (5:46)</li> <li>Contents:Tr. 1 – “Skagit for Young People” #16 (4:10); Comparative Vocabulary – Lushootseed (2:35)</li></ul></p> <br/> <p>From the Thom Hess Collection, Ethnomusicology Archives (UWEA 95-19.52; 95-19.53) University of Washington, Seattle</p>
Odynak, David — 1992-11 The 1992 Graduand Survey was undertaken to assist the University of Alberta in its efforts to improve the quality of education received by students. The survey was conducted in June 1992 in conjunction with the University of Alberta's spring Convocation.
Statistics, AAAL — 2022-04-26 Annual institutional statistics collection for AAAL member libraries. (2022-04-25)
N/A — 1995-11-14 N/A
Liang, Kevin — 2019-12-14 All supplementary tables in excel format
Statistics Canada — 2016 2016 Census Statistics by Edmonton neighbourhood from "Abbotsfield" to "York".
University of Alberta Libraries — 2016 This set contains records for 75,574 CIHM microfilmed titles digitized in 2013 through a partnership between Canadiana.org, University of Alberta Libraries, the Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN) and Internet Archive. Format: MARC
University of Alberta Libraries — 2016 This set contains records for 189 digitized historical newspapers from across the Canadian prairie provinces. Format: MARC
Population Research Laboratory — 2007-11-30 The 2003 Alberta Survey (AS) was the 16th annual provincial survey administered by the Population Research Laboratory (PRL). This omnibus survey of households in the province of Alberta continues to enable academic researchers, government departments, non-profit organizations, and the private sector to explore a wide range of research topics in a structured research framework and environment. Section F (Arab and Muslim Canadian Identity Post 9-11) will be available for public release on May 1, 2004.
University of Alberta Library — 2017-06-12 This data represents all expenditures from the University of Alberta Library's collections budget, at the level of the vendor that received payment for the fiscal years 2016-2021 (April to March). Contains a data file and a data dictionary.
Video Clips of Cycling Environments Used in the 2018 Bicycle Ridership and Traffic Stress Tolerance Survey (Edmonton)
Cabral, Laura; Kim, Amy Miyoung — 2019-09-09 Sixteen short video clips (8-12 s each) depict different cycling environment segments in Edmonton, including a path, protected bike lanes, painted bike lanes, a contra-flow lane, and mixed-traffic environments. Clips filmed using a helmet-mounted GoPro Hero 6 camera in August 2018.
Replication Data for: Predation risk and space use of a declining Dall sheep (Ovis dalli dalli) population
Derocher, Andrew — 2019-02-25 Predation risk and space use of a declining Dall sheep (Ovis dalli dalli) population
Sivak, Allison — 2015-04-28 N/A
Population Research Laboratory — 1993 The 1993 Alberta Survey (AS) was the seventh annual provincial survey administered by the Department of Sociology, University of Alberta, through its research facility, the Population Research Labor atory--major topics include: sociodemographic characteristics of the population, social issues, family, health and well being, AIDS, crime, as well as work and standard of living. This random sample survey of households in the province of Alberta has enabled academic researchers, local community agencies, and government departments to explore a broad spectrum of social issues in an on-going research framework.
Population Research Laboratory — 1992-06 The 1992 Alberta Survey (AS) was the sixth annual provincial survey administered by the Department of Sociology, University of Alberta, through its research facility, the Population Research Laboratory (PRL)--major topics included: demographics, social issues (freedom of speech, gambling), health (funding, organ transplants, health service awareness, care for elderly relatives, personal health), crime (neighbourhood perception, fear of crime, self-perception), work (job satisfaction, on-the-job training, job retraining, fatigue, attributes of job, attitudes towards older/younger workers, retirement), AIDS, opinions about disabled persons, impaired driving, weather effects on the individual, personal death, political party preference, and financial betterment. This random sample survey of households in the province of Alberta has enabled academic researchers, local community agencies, and government departments to explore a broad spectrum of social issues in an on-going research framework.
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