Graduate Student Theses Supported by DOE's Environmental Sciences Division: Fiscal Year 2000 Update (September 2000) (ORNL/CDIAC-130)
Compiled by Robert M. Cushman (Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center) and by Alisa Harrison and Katie Stevens of the National Institute for Global Environmental Change (NIGEC) National Office
The Fiscal Year 2000 Update is an addendum to the 1995 report Graduate Student Theses Supported by DOE's Environmental Sciences Division (DOE/ER-0649T), providing complete bibliographic citations, abstracts, and keywords for 70 doctoral and master's theses published between 1994 and 2000, supported fully or partly by the U.S. Department of Energy's Environmental Sciences Division in the following areas:
- Atmospheric Chemistry
- Marine Transport
- Carbon, Climate, and Vegetation
- Computer Hardware, Advanced Mathematics, and Model Physics (CHAMMP)
- Coastal Margins
- National Institute for Global Environmental Change (NIGEC)
Information on the major professor, department, principal investigator, and program area is given for each abstract.
The Fiscal Year 2000 Update is available in the following formats:
- ascii file (visible with your web browser, but note that some special typographic characters, such as Greek letters and mathematical symbols, are not represented correctly)
- WordPerfect® (a registered trademark of the Corel Corporation, 1600 Carling Ave., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1Z 8R7) file (not visible with your web browser - open the file directly with WordPerfect® software or save the file in the specified directory on your system; for more complete instructions see Accessing CDIAC's Anonymous FTP Area)
- pdf file (users may print the entire document by downloading the free Adobe® Acrobat® Reader software)
You may also be interested in the home page for the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Biological and Environmental Research , which provides information on that office's current research areas as well as support for fellowships and education programs.
This update could not have been compiled without the assistance of the many principal investigators, major professors, and graduate students who kindly provided the citations.ï»¿