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Effects of Entrainment by the Indian Point Power Plant on Biota in the Hudson River Estuary, August 1976

Effects of Entrainment by the Indian Point Power Plant on Biota in the Hudson River Estuary, August 1976

Date: August 1976
Creator: New York University. Medical Center. Institute of Environmental Medicine.
Description: "This report presents the final results of studies conducted at Indian Point during 1973 using the full complement of available striped bass ichthyoplankton data. These procedures were undertaken in order to present data for river and plant comparisons in the proper perspective of time and space" (p. ii).
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Effects of Entrainment by the Indian Point Power Plant on Biota in the Hudson River Estuary, March 1975

Effects of Entrainment by the Indian Point Power Plant on Biota in the Hudson River Estuary, March 1975

Date: March 1975
Creator: New York University. Medical Center. Institute of Environmental Medicine.
Description: "The data presented in this report represent an analysis of the abundance of four life-history stages of striped bass collected in the Hudson River at Indian Point and the intakes and discharge canal at the Indian Point Power Station" (p. 54).
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Mortality of Striped Bass Eggs and Larvae in Nets: A Special Report to Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc.

Mortality of Striped Bass Eggs and Larvae in Nets: A Special Report to Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc.

Date: July 1976
Creator: New York University. Medical Center. Institute of Environmental Medicine.
Description: This report summarizes the results of studies conducted to determine the net-induced mortality rates of striped bass in the Hudson River. In the study, an experimental flume was constructed to test the "efficacy of devices designed to reduce fish impingement at the Indian Point generating station" (p. 2).
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Radioecological Studies of the Hudson River

Radioecological Studies of the Hudson River

Date: 1973
Creator: New York University. Medical Center. Institute of Environmental Medicine.
Description: "This report summarizes the results of the Hudson River radioecological studies conducted in 1973" (p. 1). The study investigates the behavior of gamma-emitting radionuclides in the Hudson River and the accumulation of natural alpha-emitting radionuclides.
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Access to Knowledge: a guide for everyone

Access to Knowledge: a guide for everyone

Date: 2010
Creator: Noronha, Frederick & Malcolm, Jeremy
Description: According to the back cover, this book introduces the Access to Knowledge movement, which aims to create more equitable public access to the products of human culture and learning.
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[Bulletin of N.T.S.C, Denton, Texas: Student Handbook 1959/60, Campus Map]

[Bulletin of N.T.S.C, Denton, Texas: Student Handbook 1959/60, Campus Map]

Date: 1959~
Creator: North Texas State College
Description: The image provided here is the campus map of North Texas State College, for the 1959-1960 school year. This map is inked in green, black, and white, with the map itself in green and white. The title and subtitle, respectively "Bulletin of North Texas State College, Denton, Texas" and "Student Handbook 1959-1960," are printed in black. On the lower right corner of the page is the map legend, printed in green.
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[Map of North Texas State College, 1953]

[Map of North Texas State College, 1953]

Date: 1953
Creator: North Texas State College
Description: The image here is a black and white campus map of the North Texas State College, dating back to 1953. On the upper left corner is a framed box with a cartoon of a casual dressed man searching for something. Next to the man is the title of the map. Beneath the title, on the lower right corner, is an inked compass that points north, for reference. All buildings are purely black and have a number assigned to them. Streets are displayed as straight lines. Found on the right of the map is the legend.
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[North Texas State Teachers College: The Eagle's Nest, Campus Map, 1927]

[North Texas State Teachers College: The Eagle's Nest, Campus Map, 1927]

Date: 1927
Creator: North Texas State Teachers College
Description: The map titled "The Eagle's Nest" shows a basic view of the main campus in North Texas State Teachers College. It is purely in black and white, with each street and building provided its given name. No legend is assigned.
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[Bulletin of N.T.S.U.: Fall 1976, Schedule of Classes, Campus Map]

[Bulletin of N.T.S.U.: Fall 1976, Schedule of Classes, Campus Map]

Date: 1975~/1976~
Creator: North Texas State University
Description: A campus map for the Fall 1976 semester, designed in blue ink, this item is located in the class schedule book for North Texas State University. Buildings on the map are assigned numbers and a legend is provided on the lower left corner. On the lower right corner is information on the distributor (N.T.S.U.) and semester (Fall 1976). Below the semester are the words, "Schedule of Classes."
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[Bulletin of N.T.S. U.: Schedule of Classes-Spring 1968, Campus Map]

[Bulletin of N.T.S. U.: Schedule of Classes-Spring 1968, Campus Map]

Date: 1967~/1968~
Creator: North Texas State University
Description: A campus map for the Spring 1968 semester, designed in blue ink, this item is located in the class schedule book for North Texas State University. Buildings on the map are assigned numbers and a legend is provided on the lower left corner. On the lower right corner is information on the distributor (N.T.S.U.) and semester (Spring 1968). Next to the semester are the words, "Schedule of Classes."
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[North Texas State University: Campus Map, 1983]

[North Texas State University: Campus Map, 1983]

Date: 1983~
Creator: North Texas State University
Description: This map is of the Texas State University campus and goes back as far as 1983. It takes two pages of an appendix. The first page is the map itself, with buildings marked in black and assigned numbers while streets are titled and displayed in gray. On the left side of the map is a printed compass pointing north. A legend is provided on the second page.
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[North Texas State University: Campus Map, Denton, Texas, 1972/73]

[North Texas State University: Campus Map, Denton, Texas, 1972/73]

Date: 1972~
Creator: North Texas State University
Description: There are two pages to this map of North Texas State University, dating back to the campus during the 1972-1973 school year. On the first page is the title, "North Texas State University," and "Campus Map," respectively. Beneath these is the location, "Denton, Texas." These are all aligned to the right side of the page. On the second page is the map itself, which is completely in black and white print.
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Kriegsgeschichtliche Einzelschriften, Issue 5

Kriegsgeschichtliche Einzelschriften, Issue 5

Date: 1884
Creator: Nostiss, August Ludwig Ferdinand Karl
Description: Book containing two German war histories.
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Library of Congress Magazine (LCM), Vol. 1 No. 1: September-October 2012

Library of Congress Magazine (LCM), Vol. 1 No. 1: September-October 2012

Date: September 2012
Creator: Office of Communications, Library of Congress
Description: Library of Congress Magazine (LCM) is published bimonthly to tell the Library’s stories, to showcase its many talented staff, and to share and promote the use of the resources of the world’s largest library. The publication is also accessible free online at www.loc.gov/lcm/.
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Library of Congress Magazine (LCM), Vol. 1 No. 2: November-December 2012

Library of Congress Magazine (LCM), Vol. 1 No. 2: November-December 2012

Date: November 2012
Creator: Office of Communications, Library of Congress
Description: Library of Congress Magazine (LCM) is published bimonthly to tell the Library’s stories, to showcase its many talented staff, and to share and promote the use of the resources of the world’s largest library. The second issue discusses a new exhibition highlighting the personal aspects of the Civil War in America, which also includes a celebration of books that shaped America, the facts behind the Maya calendar and 2012, and the first recipe for pumpkin pie.The publication is also accessible free online at www.loc.gov/lcm/.
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Library of Congress Magazine (LCM), Vol. 2 No. 1: January-February 2013

Library of Congress Magazine (LCM), Vol. 2 No. 1: January-February 2013

Date: January 2013
Creator: Office of Communications, Library of Congress
Description: Library of Congress Magazine (LCM) is published bimonthly to tell the Library’s stories, to showcase its many talented staff, and to share and promote the use of the resources of the world’s largest library. This issue focuses on presidents and those national celebrations where they are sworn in. Also: sharing Rachmaninoff’s music, preserving our national film heritage and how to register for copyright. The publication is also accessible free online at www.loc.gov/lcm/.
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[Inserts From an Atlas of Peru]

[Inserts From an Atlas of Peru]

Date: 1865
Creator: Paz Soldán, Mariano Felipe, 1821-1886.
Description: Hand-drawn map of Peru; regions are shaded in color and geographic features are noted (with relief shown by hachures). The second plate depicts the towns of Peru showing their relative altitudes in the mountains; there is a key at the bottom of the page.
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Map of Public Surveys in Colorado Territory to accompany a report of the Surveyor Gen., 1863

Map of Public Surveys in Colorado Territory to accompany a report of the Surveyor Gen., 1863

Date: 1863
Creator: Pierce, John.
Description: Map of Colorado Territory in 1863 showing place names and geographical features (with relief shown by hachures). Scale 1:1,140,480
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The Best American Newspaper Narratives, Volume 3

The Best American Newspaper Narratives, Volume 3

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Date: June 2016
Creator: Reaves, Gayle
Description: This anthology collects the ten winners of the 2014 Best American Newspaper Narrative Writing Contest, run by the Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference. The event is hosted by the Frank W. Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism at the University of North Texas. The contest honors exemplary narrative work and encourages narrative nonfiction storytelling at newspapers across the United States. First place winner: Dan Barry, “The Boys in the Bunkhouse,” published by The New York Times, exposed thirty years of physical and mental abuse of intellectually disabled men living in an Iowa group home. Second place: Christopher Goffard, “The Favor,” published by the Los Angeles Times, describes the plea bargain sentence of the son of a former California assembly speaker, after the son pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, and whose prison sentence was later reduced by then-California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Third place: Stephanie McCrummen, “A Father’s Scars,” published by the Washington Post, about a Virginia state senator one year after he was stabbed multiple times by his mentally ill son before the son killed himself. Runners-up include Nathan Bomey, John Gallagher and Mark Stryker, “How Detroit was Reborn” (Detroit Free Press); Monica Hesse, “Love and Fire” (Washington Post); Sarah Schweitzer, “Chasing Bayla” ...
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Born Digital: Guidance for Donors, Dealers, and Archival Repositories

Born Digital: Guidance for Donors, Dealers, and Archival Repositories

Date: October 2013
Creator: Redwine, Gabriela; Barnard, Megan; Donovan, Kate; Farr, Erika; Forstrom, Michael; Hansen, Will et al.
Description: The report provides recommendations to help ensure the physical and intellectual well-being of materials created and managed in digital form ("born digital") that are transferred from donors to archival repositories. The report is presented in four sections, each of which provides an overview of a key area of concern: initial collection review, privacy and intellectual property, key stages in acquiring digital materials, and post-acquisition review by the repository. Each section concludes with two lists of recommendations: one for donors and dealers, and a second for repository staff. Appendixes provide more specific information about possible staffing activities, as well as a list of resources and ready-to-use checklists that incorporate recommendations from throughout the report. Ten archivists and curators from institutions in the United States and United Kingdom collaborated on the report.
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WASP of the Ferry Command: Women Pilots, Uncommon Deeds

WASP of the Ferry Command: Women Pilots, Uncommon Deeds

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Date: March 2016
Creator: Rickman, Sarah Byrn
Description: WASP of the Ferry Command is the story of the women ferry pilots who flew more than nine million miles in 72 different aircraft—115,000 pilot hours—for the Ferrying Division, Air Transport Command, during World War II. In the spring of 1942, Col. William H. Tunner lacked sufficient male pilots to move vital trainer aircraft from the factory to the training fields. Nancy Love found 28 experienced women pilots who could do the job. They, along with graduates of the Army’s flight training school for women—established by Jacqueline Cochran—performed this duty until fall 1943, when manufacture of trainers ceased. In December 1943 the women ferry pilots went back to school to learn to fly high-performance WWII fighters, known as pursuits. By January 1944 they began delivering high performance P-51s, 47s, and 39s. Prior to D-Day and beyond, P-51s were crucial to the air war over Germany. They had the range to escort B-17s and B-24s from England to Berlin and back on bombing raids that ultimately brought down the German Reich. Getting those pursuits to the docks in New Jersey for shipment abroad became these women’s primary job. Ultimately, more than one hundred WASP pursuit pilots were engaged in this vital ...
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The Story of North Texas : from Texas Normal College, 1890, to the University of North Texas system, 2001

The Story of North Texas : from Texas Normal College, 1890, to the University of North Texas system, 2001

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Date: 2002
Creator: Rogers, James L.
Description: A history of the institution of the University of North Texas, featuring photographs of people and events on campus and charting its development from the Texas Normal College to its role in the sciences, mathematics, humanities, social sciences and teacher education, amongst others.
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Emulation & Virtualization as Preservation Strategies

Emulation & Virtualization as Preservation Strategies

Date: 2015
Creator: Rosenthal, David S. H.
Description: Between the two fundamental digital preservation strategies, migration has been strongly favored. Recent developments in emulation frameworks make it possible to deliver emulations to readers via the Web in ways that make them appear as normal components of Web pages. This removes what was the major barrier to deployment of emulation as a preservation strategy. Barriers remain, the two most important are that the tools for creating preserved system images are inadequate, and that the legal basis for delivering emulations is unclear, and where it is clear it is highly restrictive. Both of these raise the cost of building and providing access to a substantial, well curated collection of emulated digital artefacts beyond reach. This book advocates that if the above mentioned barriers can be addressed, emulation will play a much greater role in digital preservation in the coming years. It will provide access to artefacts that migration cannot, and even assist in migration where necessary by allowing the original software to perform it. The evolution of digital artefacts means that current artefacts are more difficult and expensive to collect and preserve than those from the past, and less suitable for migration. This trend is expected to continue. Emulation is ...
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Course of the River Mississippi, from the Balise to Fort Chartres: Taken on an Expedition to the Illinois, in the latter end of the Year 1765.

Course of the River Mississippi, from the Balise to Fort Chartres: Taken on an Expedition to the Illinois, in the latter end of the Year 1765.

Date: June 1, 1775
Creator: Ross, Lieutenant
Description: Course of the Mississippi River from the Balise to Fort Chartres based on surveys made by the French. Surrounding geographic features are noted with relief shown pictorially.
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