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Recent Submissions

  • A multiplex serologic platform for diagnosis of tick-borne diseases 

    Tokarz, Rafal; Mishra, Nischay; Tagliafierro, Teresa; Sameroff, Stephen; Caciula, Adrian; Chauhan, Lokendrasingh; Patel, Jigar; Sullivan, Eric; Gucwa, Azad; Fallon, Brian; Golightly, Marc; Golightly, Marc; Molins, Claudia; Schriefer, Martin; Marques, Adriana; Briese, Thomas; Lipkin, W. Ian (Scientific Reports, 2018-02-16)
    Tick-borne diseases are the most common vector-borne diseases in the United States, with serology being the primary method of diagnosis. We developed the first multiplex, array-based assay for serodiagnosis of tick-borne ...
  • Updating student profiles in adaptive mobile learning using MVC, dotNetRDF, Turtle, and the semantic Web 

    Hamada, Samir E.; Alshalabi, Ibrahim Alkore; Elleithy, Khaled; Badara, Ioana; Moslehpour, Saeid (International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies, 2017)
    In this paper, we present a conceptual framework for using the Semantic Web to get student data from other educational institutions, enabling the educational institutions to communicate and exchange student data and then ...
  • CCN activity and organic hygroscopicity of aerosols downwind of an urban region in central Amazonia: Seasonal and diel variations and impact of anthropogenic emissions 

    Thalman, Ryan; de Sá, Suzane S.; Palm, Brett B.; Barbosa, Henrique M. J.; Pöhlker, Mira L.; Alexander, M. Lizabeth; Brito, Joel; Carbone, Samara; Castillo, Paulo; Day, Douglas A.; Kuang, Chongai; Manzi, Antonio; Ng, Nga Lee; Sedlacek, Arthur J. III; Souza, Rodrigo; Springston, Stephen; Watson, Thomas; Pöhlker, Christopher; Pöschl, Ulrich; Andreae, Meinrat O.; Artaxo, Paulo; Jimenez, Jose L.; Martin, Scot T.; Wang, Jian (Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2017-10-05)
    During the Observations and Modeling of the Green Ocean Amazon (GoAmazon2014/5) campaign, size-resolved cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) spectra were characterized at a research site (T3) 60km downwind of the city of Manaus, ...
  • Externalities and foreign capital in aquaculture production in developing countries 

    Akpalu, Wisdom; Bitew, Worku T. (Environment and Development Economics, 2018)
    Most developing countries are increasingly depending on freshwater based aquaculture to supplement the declining catch from capture fisheries. Yet the competition between capture fisheries and cage culture for space, ...
  • Effects of inoculation timing on symptom development in Ulmus americana L. 

    Beier, Garrett L.; Held, Benjamin W.; Giblin, Chad P.; Blanchette, Robert A. (Proceedings of the American Elm Restoration Workshop 2016, 2017)
    Field inoculation trials are an important component of screening American elms (Ulmus americana) for levels of resistance to Dutch elm disease. A major concern in screening is variability in disease ratings from year to ...
  • Challenge inoculations to test for Dutch elm disease tolerance: A summary of methods used by various researchers 

    Haugen, Linda M.; Beier, Garrett L.; Bentz, Susan E.; Guries, Raymond P.; Slavicek, James M. (Proceedings of the American Elm Restoration Workshop 2016, 2017)
    A variety of methods have been used by different research groups to "challenge" inoculate American elms (Ulmus americana) with the purpose of determining whether some clones may be resistant to the Dutch elm disease fungus. ...
  • A qualitative model for customer behavioral decisions and satisfaction in the hospitality industry 

    Chetta, Michael; Islam, Sayeedul; Kozikowski, Andrzej; Cassel, David; Bandara, Bhagya; Cyrelda, Dana (Journal of Management and Innovation, 2017-11-01)
    It is increasingly important for organizations in the hospitality industry to utilize qualitative, customer-generated content on social media to gain insight into guest perceptions, intentions, and outcomes. On the basis ...
  • Employer and customer branding: An essential linkage leveraged through social media 

    Auriemmo, Anthony; Islam, Sy; Auriemmo, Jennifer; Mazzola, Joseph (Journal of Management and Innovation, 2018-04-10)
    Human resources and marketing are in periods of need to unite their strategies as technology evolves and becomes further embedded in society. These advances have increased the need for better alignment between the employer ...
  • Reasoning through madness: The detective in Gothic crime fiction 

    Miranda, Michelle (Palgrave Communications, 2017-06-01)
    The Gothic era dealt in fear and the unknown, with early nineteenth century Gothic fiction being characterized by the macabre and influenced by the Enlightenment. The scientific and industrial revolutions of the eighteenth ...
  • Evaluating causes of error in landmark-based data collection using scanners 

    Shearer, Brian M.; Cooke, Siobhán B.; Halenar, Lauren B.; Reber, Samantha L.; Plummer, Jeannette E.; Delson, Eric; Tallman, Melissa (PLoS ONE, 2017-11-03)
    In this study, we assess the precision, accuracy, and repeatability of craniodental landmarks (Types I, II, and III, plus curves of semilandmarks) on a single macaque cranium digitally reconstructed with three different ...
  • How can the implementation of the grey water practices be used to create a more sustainable community? 

    Woodland, Joseph (Department of Urban Horticulture and Design of the State University of New York, Farmingdale State College, 2018-05)
    While some people in other parts of the world experience problems with water quality and quantity, we in the United States do not face the extreme water scarcity that other parts of the world experience. This lack of extreme ...
  • How can design improve the use of natural light in dark, interior spaces to improve the environment for plant growth and human living conditions? 

    Tretola, Ellie (Department of Urban Horticulture and Design of the State University of New York, Farmingdale State College, 2018-05)
    The purpose of this research is to determine how a design regarding natural light enhancement can be used to remedy the problem of little natural lighting in urban apartments in hopes to improve the lives of residents and ...
  • Dead Grass: Foreclosure and the Production of Space in Maricopa County, Arizona 

    Cutts, Bethany B.; Minn, Michael (Cogitatio, 2018-06-12)
    A wide variety of economic, social, political and moral explanations have been given for why the foreclosure crisis of the late 2000s occurred. Yet many of the tensions provoked by the uptick in foreclosure proceedings, ...