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February 15th, 2018: Have you heard about the Open Science Framework @ UofA? The University of Arizona Library has partnered with the Center for Open Science (COS) to provide an institutionally-branded version of the OSF. Visit Research Data Services @ UofA Library to learn more.
December 18th, 2017: MS-GIST master's reports from 2017 graduates of the Geographic Information Systems Technology program are now available in the repository.
December 11th, 2017: Senior capstones from 2017 graduates of the Sustainable Built Environments program are now available in the repository.
October 24th, 2017: Interested in Your Intellectual Property and Open Access? Attend our workshop November 17th at noon in the Health Sciences Library. Visit our website for additional research-related events!
October 17th, 2017: Celebrate International Open Access Week October 23-29, 2017. Contact us for help in making your work open in order to increase access to knowledge and raise your research visibility.
September 30th, 2017: Do you have your ORCID iD? ORCID iDs are unique identifiers assigned to individual scholars and researchers. Visit ORCID @ UA to create and connect your ORCID iD to The University of Arizona.
September 15th, 2017: The University of Arizona is now part of the MDPI Institutional Open Access Program (IOAP). Associated authors receive a 10% discount on article processing charges (APCs) for accepted articles.
August 16th, 2017: Honors College theses from 2017 graduates are now available in the repository.
- An Evaluation of Limiting Parameters of an In Situ Trichloroethene Bioremediation Project Based on Seven TCE Field Bioremediation Studies
- Lowering Rates of Moraine Crests From Accumulation of Cosmogenic 36C1 and 10BE: Eastern Sierra Nevada, California
- A Framework for the Negotiated Settlement of Indian Water Rights Conflicts
- Evapotranspiration in Southeast Arizona Semi-Arid Watersheds: Walnut Gulch and Cienega Creek
- Biotic and abiotic processes contributing to the removal of Mn(ll), Co(ll) and Cd(ll) from Pinal Creek, Globe, Arizona