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[Snow bank]

Description: Photograph of a snow bank on Mount Pilatus in Switzerland. In the foreground, a man in a suit is visible in front of a snow bank. The sky is visible in the background.
Date: 1965
Creator: Gough, Ray
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

[Neighborhood Alley]

Description: Photograph of a row of snow-covered sheds lined up behind a row of neighborhood houses. Cars are parked in the snow by the sheds, and power lines stand between every two buildings.
Date: March 1964
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Skier inspects binding]

Description: Photograph of a skier bent over inspecting the binding that attaches the boots to the skis. This photograph is a mirror image of another photo in the collection with a slightly lower contrast.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Scientific Reality in C. P. Snow

Description: Twentieth-century science proves that heredity and environment function similarly in all named living species except one--Homo sapiens. Man alone, through his intellect, forms language and culture, thereby affecting his environment so that he participates in the process of his own creation. This participation so links humans that each man extends outside himself creating of the human race a single, whole fabric. C. P. Snow, aware of this communal reality, notes the present lack of communication between scientists and humanists. He contends that this lack, described as the two-cultures split, endangers both the practical survival of Western civilization and mankind's understanding of its own humanity. This study analyzes modern scientific reality and shows that Snow's articles, lectures, and novels articulate that reality and confirm the merit of Snow's observations.
Date: April 1979
Creator: Damico, Dorothy Trageser
Partner: UNT Libraries

Comparison of different methods for monitoring glacier changes observed by Landsat images

Description: This paper presents three methods for classifying glacier boundaries, compares the three methods to provide advice on how to choose an appropriate method, and analyzes the relationship between glacier change and the trends of precipitation and temperature.
Date: March 18, 2014
Creator: Man, Qixia; Guo, Huadong; Liu, Guang & Dong, Pinliang
Partner: UNT College of Arts and Sciences