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    • Great Leaps Forward 

      Hillmann, Diane I. (Trozzolo Creative Enterprises, Inc., 2007-07)
    • A Great Year for Bubbly! 

      McCandless, Linda (2001-10-13)
    • The Greater Fools Theory And The Bubbles In Chinese Stock Market: A Behavioral Approach 

      Sun, Lin (2011-01-31)
      The Chinese Stock Market encountered its largest bubble from early 2006 to late 2007, and then crashed to the ground in mid 2008. On contrary to the bubbles in developed countries, the sky-rocketing phenomenon of the Chinese ...
    • Greedoid Polyhedra 

      Yan, Jiyi (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 1985-02)
      Greedoid Polyhedra
    • Greedy Algorithms by Derandomizing Unknown Distributions 

      Young, N. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 1994-03)
      Greedy Algorithms by Derandomizing Unknown Distributions
    • Greek vs. Hebrew views of history; Cornell University lecture, Natural Resources 407 (1994-03-10) 

      Baer, Richard (Cornell University, 1994-03-10)
      Greek vs. Hebrew views of history, discussion of Deut. 26, Deut. 6:20-25, the indicative precedes the imperative.
    • Green Fruitworm 

      Reissig, W.H. (New York State IPM Program, 1980)
      The larvae of several Lepidoptera are collectively called green fruitworms because of their general appearance and tendency to damage apple and pear fruit. One species, Orthosia hibisci, which will be referred to as the ...
    • Green Fruitworms 

      Chapman, P.; Lienk, S. (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1974-10)
      Young apple and pear fruits may be fed upon by several species of relatively large, stout-bodied green caterpillars Fig. 1). Their dominant green color is relieved by dots, dashes, lines, and stripes of white, cream, ...
    • Green Grass, Green Jobs: Increasing Livestock Production on Underutilized Grasslands in NYS 

      Welch, Dan (Cornell Small Farms Program, 2011)
      This report focuses on recommended actions in research, education, extension, and policy to realize the potential of our grasslands as a farming resource that will spur rural economic development, grow the regional food ...
    • Green Movement Against Green Water 

      Calderon, I Maria (2010-10-15)
      The most polluted lake in Central America is Amatitlan Lake. The lake receives its effluents from a largely urbanized watershed that extends 381 Km2. With more than half of Guatemala City situated within the lake’s watershed, ...
    • Green Peach Aphid 

      Tingey, W.M.; Andaloro, J.T. (New York State IPM Program, 1983)
      The green peach aphid (GPA) is distributed worldwide and has a host range of over 400 species of plants. In the United States, green peach aphid is a serious pest of vegetables and potatoes. Economic damage results from ...
    • "Green" Composites Based on Recycled Paper Products and Biodegradable Resins 

      Sonis, Alexandra (2009-07-27)
      "Green" composites were produced using recycled paper products first with Soy Protein Isolate (SPI)-based resin followed by starch-based resin. SPI, starch and paper are all sustainable, plant-based and yearly renewable ...
    • The Greenhouse Gas Emissions Consequences Of The Expanded Renewable Fuel Standard 

      Klotz, Richard (2010-04-09)
      This thesis uses a computable general equilibrium model to evaluate the greenhouse gas emissions consequences of the United States’ Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) mandate for corn based ethanol. The RFS can reduce emissions ...
    • Greenhouse Gas Reduction Potential through Municipal Solid Waste Management 

      Silbert, Adam (2010-05-05)
      Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) management has evolved a great deal over the past century to meet demands from growing populations. This study examines five different waste streams and six distinct management scenarios and ...
    • Greenhouse IPM Advancement 

      Couch, G.; Lamb, E.; Eshenaur, B. (New York State IPM Program, 2009)
      The NY Farm Viability Institute funded a 2 year project designed to evaluate current pest management practices, formulate a plan to improve those practices and measure the impact of adopted changes. The project emphasized ...
    • Greenhouse IPM Advancement 

      Couch, Gary; Lamb, Elizabeth; Eshenaur, Brian (New York State IPM Program, 2007)
      The NY Farm Viability Institute funded a 2 year project designed to evaluate current pest management practices, formulate a plan to improve those practices and measure the economic and environmental impact of adopted ...
    • Greenhouse Production Of Potted Ornithogalum 

      Lee, Judy (2015-01-26)
      Ornithogalum thyrsoides and O. dubium are becoming popular as potted plants. To support the further commercialization of potted Ornithgalum, especially in the northeast United States, research was conducted to provide ...
    • Greenhouse Robot Navigation Using KLT Feature Tracking for Visual Odometry 

      Younse, P. J.; Burks, T. F. (International Commission of Agricultural Engineering, 2007-07)
      This is a paper from International Commission of Agricultural Engineering (CIGR, Commission Internationale du Genie Rural) E-Journal Volume 9 (2007): Greenhouse Robot Navigation Using KLT Feature Tracking for Visual Odometry. ...
    • Greening Event Goers At The 2010 Fifa World Cup: A User Perspective Assessment Of Sustainable Transport Strategies 

      Izawa, Masumi (2012-05-27)
      Mega sporting events are tourist-based events that have recently begun subscribing to the sustainable development framework by greening its events to curtail environmental impact, especially on travel. The sustainable ...
    • Greening In The Red Zone: Valuing Community-Based Ecological Restoration In Human Vulnerability And Security Contexts 

      Tidball, Keith (2012-05-27)
      This dissertation explores the role of community-based ecological restoration, or "greening," after destructive large-scale geophysical, technical, or military events. It raises the question "why do people turn to greening ...