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Recent Submissions

  • 8th Annual Jackson School of Geosciences Student Research Symposium, February 2, 2019 

    Jackson School of Geosciences; The University of Texas at Austin (Jackson School of Geosciences; The University of Texas at Austin, 2019-02)
  • University of Texas at Austin thesis sample collections at the Bureau of Economic Geology, Austin Core Research Center 

    Kyle, J. Richard (2018)
    The Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin has long required that thesis and dissertation research that involved field studies would preserve a “thesis collection” of representative samples ...
  • A Service to Manage Data Identity Over Time 

    Esteva, Maria; Walls, Ramona; Magill, Andrew, B. (Open Repositories 2018, 2018-06-07)
    Much of the burden of sustaining an open data environment is borne by researchers who must curate and publish the datasets they create. This is especially taxing for research that spans many years and team members, and has ...
  • Offenbach, Rising Melodic Gestures in Orphée aux Enfers (1858; rev. 1874) 

    Neumeyer, David (2019-02-26)
    Orphée aux Enfers was Jacques Offenbach’s first success with a full-scale operetta and remains for many the quintessential representative of the genre. This essay discusses ascending cadence gestures in the original two-act ...
  • Modeling Natural Hazards Engineering Data to Cyberinfrastructure 

    Esteva, Maria; Brandenberg, Scott, J.; Eslami, Mohammad, M.; Adair, Ashley; Kulasekaran, Sivakumar, A. (SciDataCon2016, 2016-09-13)
    DesignSafe-CI is an end-to-end data lifecycle management, analysis, and publication cloud platform for natural hazards engineering. To facilitate ongoing data curation and sharing in a cloud environment that is intuitive ...
  • John Berryman and the American Legacy of Dylan Thomas 

    Heinzelman, Kurt (International Journal of Welsh Writing in English, 2018)
    Lost in the celebration of the 2014 Dylan Thomas centenary was why Thomas’s reputation, at least among literary historians and particularly fellow poets, had declined so much in the nearly sixty years since his death. ...
  • Index to the Blog Ascending Cadence Gestures and to Related Publications on the Texas ScholarWorks Platform 

    Neumeyer, David (2019-01-09)
    This is an index to musical compositions discussed in essays published on this platform since 2010, through 09 January 2019. Many but not all of the pieces listed were also discussed on my blog Ascending Cadence Gestures ...
  • Raw Data for McFadden Study 

    McFadden, Dennis (2019-01-08)
  • Fishes of the continental waters of Tamaulipas: diversity and conservation status 

    García de León, Francisco J.; Gutiérrez Tirado, D.; Hendrickson, Dean A.; Espinosa-Pérez, Héctor (Oxford University Press, 2005)
    With an origin dating back 400 million years, fishes represent the most ancient group of vertebrates (Helfman et al. 1997). They are also the most diverse, with more than 25,000 species. Of the more than 2200 species known ...
  • Conservation of Mexican native trout and the discovery, status, protection and recovery of the Conchos trout, the first native Oncorhynchus of the Atlantic drainage in Mexico 

    Hendrickson, Dean A.; Neely, David A.; Mayden, Richard L.; Anderson, K.; Brooks, James E.; Camerana-Rosales, Faustino; Cutter, Ralph F.; Cutter, Lisa; De Los Santos Camarillo, Ana Belia; Ernsting, Guy W.; Espinosa-Pérez, Héctor; Findley, Lloyd T.; Garcia de León, Francisco J.; George, A. L.; Hatch, John; Kuhajda, Bernard R.; Mayden, Kyle E.; McNyset, Kristina M.; Nielsen, Jennifer L.; Pfeiffer, Frank W.; Propst, David L.; Ruiz-Campos, Gorgonio; St. Clair, E.; Tomelleri, Joseph R.; Varela-Romero, Alejandro (Dirección de Publicaciones, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas, Monterrey, Nuevo León, México, 2007)
    The Northwestern Sierra Madre Occidental of Mexico is a rugged mountain range covering portions of Sonora, Chihuahua, Durango and Sinaloa, and is drained by multiple Pacific Slope Rivers to the west and the Casas Grandes, ...
  • Offenbach, two one-act operettas: Les deux aveugles (1855) and Pomme d’Api (1873) 

    Neumeyer, David (2018-12-18)
    Ascending cadence gestures are common in the repertoire of the operetta and in some early opéras comiques. Composers altered traditional dramatic cadence figures beginning in the mid-1830s, but it was multiple instances ...
  • Rounds, Catches, and Canons: Interval Frames and Ascending Figures 

    Neumeyer, David (2018-12-16)
    The play of register in the compact designs of vocal rounds sets up a structure that is quite amenable to rising cadence figures. Repertoire presented here comes from two general groups of sources: (1) nineteenth-century ...
  • Dominant Ninth Harmonies in the 19th Century 

    Neumeyer, David (2018-11-19)
    In European music, freer treatment of the sixth and seventh scale degrees in the major key encouraged the use of independent V9 chords, which appear already early in the nineteenth century, are common by the mid-1830s, and ...
  • Understanding the research and information practices of chemists at the University of Texas at Austin: Final report 

    Flaxbart, David (2018-11-16)
    Report on an interview-based study of the information practices of faculty in the Department of Chemistry, carried out in 2018. Topics covered include information seeking, discovery and management; publication and ...
  • Guide to Schenkerian Analysis 

    Neumeyer, David (2018-11-14)
    This essay is an introduction to Schenkerian analysis, one model for linear analysis/interpretation of music. This condensed version of an out-of-print manual, co-authored with Susan Tepping, provides the basis of an ...
  • A Time Line of Cedar Bayou 

    Ward, George H. (Center for Research in Water Resources, 2010-08-25)
  • Plutonium for Energy? Explaining the Global Decline of MOX 

    Kuperman, Alan J. (2018-10-22)
    Plutonium is a controversial fuel for three reasons: it causes cancer, may be used in nuclear weapons, and is very expensive to obtain and process. Yet, relatively little information has been publicly available about the ...
  • Status of the Gila Topminnow (Poeciliopsis occidentalis occidentalis) in the United States 

    Simons, Lee H. (Arizona Game and Fish Department, Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.A., 1987)
    The Sonoran topminnow (Poeciliopsis occidentalis) was once widespread and abundant in southern Arizona (Hubbs and Miller 1941), but was listed as endangered in 1967 (U.S. Dept. Interior 1986). Two reasons are generally ...
  • Talkin' 'Bout OER 

    Bastone, Gina; Brandt, Sarah; Cunningham, Carolyn; DeForest, Lea; Fletcher, Lydia; Lyon, Colleen; Steinfeld-Childre, Nathalie; Sweeney, Sarah (2018-10)
  • Compiled Proceedings of the Desert Fishes Council 

    Hendrickson, Dean A.; Pister, Edwin P.; Findley, Lloyd T.; Garrett, Gary P. (2018-10-02)
    The Desert Fishes Council (DFC) is a non-profit (registered with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service in 1988) professional organization founded in 1969 with the mission of preserving "the biological integrity of desert aquatic ...

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