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Honing the Edges: Redefining the Borders of Organized Fencing
Everything from a paper route to a world region has some form of a border. Those borders may be relatively well defined and stable, as in a country or a province, or they may be fluctuating and vaguely defined, as with an ...
Hunting in Nevada: An Analysis of Hunter Characteristics, Behaviors and Motivations
Abstract Hunting has played a significant role in the development of human societies and continues to play a significant role in defining culture in the present. While hunting is not now necessary to human survival as it ...
DETERMINING WHERE INDIVIDUAL VEHICLES SHOULD NOT DRIVE IN SEMIARID TERRAIN IN VIRGINIA CITY, NV
This thesis explored elements involved in determining and mapping where a vehicle should not drive off-road in semiarid areas. Obstacles are anything which slows or obstructs progress (Meyer et al., 1977) or limits the ...
Historical Local Knowledge and Cartography:Within GIS: Kaua`i, Hawai`i
There is no easy way to get historic data and maps into Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Maps remain an important and convenient source, snapshots in time that portray landscapes of the past, containing information ...