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  • Bears Ears Controversy: Some Monumental Issues 

    Lipe, William D. (Archaeology Southwest, 1/8/2018)
    This blog post was published in January 2018 by WSU professor emeritus Bill Lipe in response to the Trump administration's announcement in December 2017 that it will radically shrink federally protected lands in Utah, ...
  • Fruit Matters, January 8, 2018 

    Washington State University Extension (1/8/2018)
  • On Solid Ground, January 9, 2008 

    College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (1/9/2008)
    Helpful Bugs, Climate Change, Sustainable Ag, IMPACT Center
  • Green Times, January 9, 2012 

    College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (1/9/2012)
    Flower Power, Small Bites, People, Events
  • On Solid Ground, January 9, 2013 

    College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (1/9/2013)
    Premium Beef, Disease Resistance
  • On the threshold of a hydrogen economy in Washington State 

    Leachman, Jacob (Washington Technology Alliance Science and Discovery Series, 1/9/2015)
    This presentation proposes a role for liquid hydrogen in the energy economy of Washington state. It describes possibilities for using, storing, and delivering liquid hydrogen, drawing on research at Washington State University.
  • Utilizing the benefits of native XML database technologies 

    Cornish, Alan (10/1/2005)
    This presentation will provide information on the strengths of native XML technology, including a comparison of native XML with more widely-used relational database management systems. As a specific example, information ...
  • On Solid Ground, October 1, 2008 

    College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (10/1/2008)
    Research Winery, Rural Transportation, Log Trucking
  • Clearwater Basin Biomass Atlas 

    Akhadov, A.; Ding, L.; Johnson, D.; Lewis, K.; Merslich, K.; Nabahe, L.; Volkema, M. (University of Idaho, Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2011 )
    This atlas describes the assets within the Clearwater Basin, located in central Idaho, that can contribute to a supply chain using forest residuals to make chemical products like bio-jet fuel. Five categories of assets are ...
  • Evolution of Washington State University Educational Programs, 1892-2013 

    O'English, Mark; Bailey, Jessica (10/1/2013)
    This spreadsheet chronologically compiles existence and status of Washington State University's educational programs from 1892 to 2013, as given in WSU's college catalogs. The spreadsheet documents the existence of programs, ...
  • Western Montana Corridor: Sustainability (Vol. 4) 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This volume evaluates the sustainability of producing bio-jet fuel and co-products made from wood residuals in the western Montana corridor region. Preliminary analyses for techno-economics, carbon life cycle, community ...
  • Western Montana Corridor: Overview (Vol. 1) 

    Poor, C.; Olsen, K.; Beyreuther, T.; Wolcott, M.; Laninga, T.; Vachon, M.; Zhu, R. (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This volume provides a brief overview of the NARA supply chain study for the western Montana corridor region.
  • Western Montana Corridor: Site Selection (Vol. 3) 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This volume evaluates potential sites in the western Montana corridor that could participate in a supply chain that uses forest residuals as feedstock to produce bio-jet fuel and other co-products. The volume also offers ...
  • Western Montana Corridor: Executive Summary 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This summary highlights the major achievements of the western Montana Corridor supply chain work performed by the Integrated Design Experience (IDX) course and supervised by NARA.
  • Western Montana Corridor: Regional Capacity (Vol. 2) 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2013 )
    This volume evaluates the capacity for the western Montana corridor region to sustainably support a supply chain that uses forest residuals as feedstock to produce bio-jet fuel and other chemical products. Natural, physical, ...
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 3.10 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (10/1/2014)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: NARA 2014 Annual Conference; Gauging the Impact of the Imagine Tomorrow Alternative Energy Competition; and Collecting, Processing and Transporting Forest Residuals at the ...
  • Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance Supply Chain 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (10/1/2014)
    This infographic illustrates the supply chain identified by the Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance to convert forest residuals to jet biofuel.
  • Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance Supply Chain, Metric Version 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (10/1/2014)
    This infographic illustrates the supply chain identified by the Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance to convert forest residuals to jet biofuel. Measurements are expressed in metric units for this version.
  • Mid-Cascade to Pacific Corridor: Profile (Vol. 1) 

    Laninga, T.; Olsen, K.; Vachon, M.; Wolcott, M. (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2014 )
    This report describes NARA's approach to evaluating a supply chain in Washington and Oregon state to produce bio-jet fuel and co-products. The report also assesses the natural, physical, civic, financial and policy assets ...
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 4.8 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (10/1/2015)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: NARA 2015 Annual Meeting; NARA students provide supply chain data for the Olympic Peninsula; and The benefits of single vs. tandem trailers to haul post harvest forest residuals.