Environmental problems are among the most urgent issues facing our civilization. In order to manage Earth's environment effectively, we must understand the processes that shape the Earth's surface, control the chemistry of our air and water, and produce the resources on which we depend.

The theses presented here include those from both current and former students in the Department of Environmental Science and Ecology at the College at Brockport (formerly the Department of Environmental Science and Biology).

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Theses from 1973

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Juvenile Hormone Metabolism in the American Cockroach, Periplaneta americana, (L.), John Steve Massare

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Modified Nucleotides of Mitochondrial Transfer Ribonucleic Acids, David William Morry

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Mating Behavior of the European Corn Borer, Ostrinia nubilalis (Hubner), Hugh Lewis Ratigan

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The Relation of the Membrane Potential and Resistance of Nitella to Ion Fluxes, Thomas E. Ryan

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A Late Wisconsin Buried Peat Pollen Profile from the Valley Heads Region at South Dansville, New York, Theodore S. Rynders

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Morphology of the Internal Reproductive System of the Male and Female European Corn Borer Ostrinia Nubilalis (Hubner), Miriam F. Shapiro

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Ornithine aminotransferase : Purification and Properties from Beef Kidney and Molecular Weight from Rat Liver, Dana Strayer

Theses from 1972

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Development of Resistance in Drosophila Melanogaster by Selective Pressure with Malathion (Organophosphate Insecticide), William G. Chamberlain

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The Biomagnetic Effects on Pupation of Diapausing European Corn Borer, Ostrinia nubilalis (Hubn), James L. Frierson

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Male Influence on the Neuro-Endocrine Control of Egg Production in the Female Milkweed Bug, Oncopeltus fasciatus - Dallas, James Michael Herbert

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Sperm Passage in the Female European Corn Borer, Ostrinia nubilalis (Hubner), Richard W. Stutzman

Theses from 1971

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Aeration and its Effects on Zooplankton, Robert D. Bannister

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The Effect of the Hydrogen Ion and Light on the Membrane Properties of Nitella, Danley F. Brown

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Effects of Aeration on Periphytic Organisms in McCargo Lake, Fancher, New York, Marian J. Fortuna Klik

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An In Ovo Study of Actinomycin-D Effects on Early Chick Development, John Adrian McCoshen

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Seasonal Variations in the Physicochemical Parameters of McCargo Lake, Ronald L. Micchia

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Sexing Study of Interphase Duodenum and Liver Nuclei in the Sixteen-Day Chick Embryo, Edward Morrell

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The Benthic Macroinvertebratas of Sandy Creek, with Special Reference to the Chironomidaa and Diversity Analysis, Wayne M. Pask

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The Relationship of Hydrogen Ion, Phosphate, and Light to the Resting Membrane Potential in Nitella Clavata, Rosemarie K. Rent

Theses from 1969

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The Seasonal Fecundity of the Cladocera of McCargo Lake, Michael Brlan