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1 The Hydrologic Impact of Beaver Dam AnaloguesBosworth, LilyMany riparian ecosystems in Utah and the United States have been damaged by land use change, which has harmed water quality and habitat, and jeopardized the limited water supply for people and wildlife that depend on streams. However, restoration of these invaluable systems can be costly and complex...2020
2 Commuter Survey Fall 2014Commuter ServicesThis is the second annual comprehensive commuter survey at the University of Utah, and similar transportation surveys are widely used at other universities. The data from this survey is used to create the GHG Inventory and for STARS reporting, which help to track progress in sustainability. This dat...2014
3 Commuter Survey Fall 2013Commuter ServicesThis comprehensive commuter survey is the first of its kind at the University of Utah, and similar transportation surveys are widely used at other universities. The data from this survey is used to create the GHG Inventory and for STARS reporting, which help to track progress in sustainability. In t...2013
4 Bonderman Field Station at Rio Mesa 2019 Bird Banding ReportThe primary purpose of our project is to understand the ecology and migratory patterns of the bird community at the Bonderman Field Station at Rio Mesa using mist-netting and bird banding.2019
5 Range Creek Upland Monitoring Report, Summary of Data Collected July 12‐13, 2011Andrews, EmersonMonitoring transects were established in summer 2011 to collect baseline vegetation/ground cover data in the upland areas of Range Creek Canyon. The need for these data became apparent in spring 2011, as plans were developed to reintroduce livestock grazing to the canyon and to implement vegetation ...2011
6 Revitalization of Red Butte Creek: a University of Utah Campus AssetAndrews, EmersonThe presence of the Red Butte Creek (RBC) riparian corridor on the University of Utah campus presents a unique opportunity for environmental education, research, and outreach. As an outdoor classroom and on-campus "field station" opportunity, the RBC represents an asset to help define a signature st...2012
7 Revitalization of Red Butte Creek: A University of Utah Asset- Phase 2 UpdateAndrews, EmersonIn the Spring 2013 semester a number of classes across campus focused on the past, present, and future of Red Butte Creek-providing insight into opportunities for University stewardship. We describe five recommendations that will enhance the University's research, education, and outreach missions an...2013
8 The History of Red butte CanyonHeritahe Associates W. Dee Halverson1995
9 Global Change and Sustainability Center 2013 Annual ReportGlobal Change & Sustainability Center2013
10 Office of Sustainability 2013 Sustainability ReportOffice of SustainabilityFor Sustainability U. A planning document for U of U edible campus gardens under the umbrella of the U of U Sustainability Office.2013
11 Sustainable Campus Initiative Fund Annual report Fall 2011-Spring 2012The Sustainable Campus Initiative Fund, also known as SCIF, oversees competitive grants for student projects focused on sustainability education and energy efficiency at the University of Utah. SCIF's mission is to provide funding for real-world projects that improve the University of Utah's environ...2011
12 Sustainable Campus Initiative Fund Annual report Fall 2013-Spring 2014The Sustainable Campus Initiative Fund, also known as SCIF, oversees competitive grants for student projects focused on sustainability education and energy efficiency at the University of Utah. SCIF's mission is to provide funding for real-world projects that improve the University of Utah's environ...2013
13 Working for a Greener U: Sustainable Campus Initiative Fund Annual Report Fall 2010 - Spring 2011The Sustainable Campus Initiative Fund, also known as SCIF, oversees competitive grants for student projects focused on sustainability education and energy efficiency at the University of Utah. SCIF's mission is to provide funding for real-world projects that improve the University of Utah's enviro...2010
14 Quantifying Electricity-Related Emissions for On-Campus BuildingsSavas, AlexiaThis UROP funded project looked to quantify indirect emissions for on-campus buildings using the Skyspark database and EPA calculated emission factors. This poster was presented at the 2019 Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium.2019
15 Bicycle Master Plan: Part 1Alta Planning + Design and PsomasPart 1 includes introduction, goals and objectives, summary of existing plans and studies, and summary of existing conditions2011
16 Bicycle Master Plan: Part 2Alta Planning + Design and PsomasPart 2 includes needs analysis, infrastructure recommendations, non-infrastructure strategies and implementation2011
17 Bicycle Master Plan: AppendicesAlta Planning + Design and PsomasAppendices include bikeway design guidelines, selected projects, StreetPlan Model, project cost estimates, and public involvement summary2011
18 Air quality mitigation by government entitites - HB168Office of the Vice President for Administrative ServicesThis report and plan focus specifically on the activities and strategies the University of Utah employs to reduce the emissions of: small particulate matter (PM10 and PM2.5); nitrogen oxides (NOx); sulfur dioxide (SO2); carbon monoxide (CO); volatile organic compounds (VOCs); and hazardous air pollu...2013-06
19 Edible Campus Gardens University of Utah Facility StudyVCBO ArchitectureFor Sustainability U. A planning document for U of U edible campus gardens under the umbrella of the U of U Sustainability Office.2018
20 The marginal value of inequalityWilson, Kurt M.The emergence of hereditary inequality is one of the most impactful events in the course of human history. However the ecological conditions and individual decisions fostering emergence remain poorly understood. Particularly lacking is examination of non-elite individual decisions. Behavioral eco...2018-02
21 Management of dissolved methane from anaerobic effluentsGupta, VedanshAnaerobic digesters in wastewater treatment plants discharge dissolved methane, which usually stripped off to the environment on subsequent handling leading to GHG emission and loss of an energy source. To prevent the emission of methane gas, we utilized a packed bed column as a post-treatment biolo...2018-02
22 Impacts of ecological information on shark fin soup consumptionKuntz, JonathonPoster presented at the Environment and Sustainability Research Symposium at the University of Utah, 20172017
23 Green living guideThe University of Utah is proud to be a leader in sustainability. The Wasatch Mountains are a constant reminder that we should all be good environmental stewards. If everyone does a little, we can achieve a lot! The University of Utah signed the American College and University President's Climate Co...2016-08
24 Poverty traps, risk and natural disasters: micro evidence from rural Odisha, IndiaChowdhury, Joyita RoyThe study examines the formal and informal risk coping mechanisms that the rural communities rely upon to protect themselves from the impacts of adverse weather shocks.2016-02-02
25 Modeling of thermal storage tank for heat recovery applicationsRahman, AowabinPresented at the GCSC (Global Change and Sustainability Center) Research Symposium. The goal of this research was to develop a mathematical model of a stratified thermal storage tank containing stationary fluid with hot and cold heat exchangers.The model could be used as a screening tool to allow b...2016-02-02
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