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Subsurface temperature signature of a large Pleistocene - Holocene surface warming in the North Alberta, CanadaDownload
Recent results from a 2.3km deep temperature log in northern Alberta, Canada acquired as part of the University of Alberta Helmholtz-Alberta Initiative (HAI) geothermal energy project in 2010-2011shows that there is a significant increase in thermal gradient in the granites. Inversion of the...
This report describes the methods and samples utilized (to 2014) within the Canadian Centre for Isotopic Microanalysis (CCIM), University of Alberta, for routine analysis of δ13CVPDB, δ15NAIR, and N abundances of diamonds by secondary ion mass spectrometry (Cameca IMS 1280). Analyses by...
Legal Agreements and the Governance of Research Commons: Lessons from Materials Sharing in Mouse GenomicsDownload
Omics research infrastructure such as databases and bio-repositories requires effective governance to support pre-competitive research. Governance includes the use of legal agreements, such as Material Transfer Agreements (MTAs). We analyze the use of such agreements in the mouse research...
This short resource outlines how University of Alberta (UA) researchers can find, transfer or sell equipment on campus.
Insights into temperature adaptation in the Thermotogae gained through transcriptomics and comparative genomics - Appendices
Insights into temperature adaptation in the Thermotogae gained through transcriptomics and comparative genomics - AppendicesDownload
These are appendices C - G for the University of Alberta M.Sc. thesis: Pollo, Stephen M. J. 2014. Insights into temperature adaptation in the Thermotogae gained through transcriptomics and comparative genomics
nêhiyawêtân, a computer assisted language learning (CALL) application for Plains Cree was evaluated. User reactions and behaviours were analysed using heuristic and co-operative evaluation methods. Feedback of heritage learners and other university students on the user interface were compared....