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Geology of Missouri
(University of Missouri, 1918)
"ln recent years inquiries concerning the geology of Missouri have come to the geological department of the University of Missouri in constantly increasing numbers. In replying to these inquiries it has become evident that a bulletin outlining...
Twenty towns: their histories, town plans, and architecture (1985)
"This book reports on the statewide project Town Puzzles: Putting the Pieces Together, which originated in the Department of Community Development and was conducted in 1983-1984 through the University of Missouri-Columbia Extension Division. In each...
Faculty bulletin, Volume 06 (October 2, 1970 - July 30, 1971)
([University of Missouri--Columbia], Office of the Dean of Faculties, 1971)
Missouri under Radical rule, 1865-1870
(University of Missouri Press, 1965)
The five years following the Civil War were a critical period in Missouri's history.The conservative groups that had long dominated the politics and economics of the state found themselves split over a variety of issues. Into the power vacuum thus...
Effects of Selected Contaminants on the Physical, Chemical, and Geotechnical Properties of Aquifer Solid
The primary objective of this study was to investigate the potential effects of hydrocarbons on the geotechnical properties of sand. A series of laboratory experiments were carried out to ascertain the influence of some common and widespread organic...
Impact study of a steel I-beam highway bridge
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1964)
Development and validation of standardized sampling protocols for assessing freshwater mussel populations in Missouri
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2017)
step in assessing populations. We surveyed 14 sites in the Meramec River Basin in East-central Missouri to determine the effectiveness of visual sampling methods and to determine the effects of habitat variability on the effectiveness of these methods...
Pottery production at Fort Hill (27CH85) a seventeenth-century refugee community in northern New England
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT REQUEST OF AUTHOR.] This thesis formulates a model for explaining stylistic, functional, and compositional diversity in ceramic artifacts produced during the contact period (A.D. 1590...