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EVST

Senior Theses in Environmental Studies

2014

 

2013

2012

  • Rahim Sayani, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Paul Sabin): Meet at Martyr's Square: A Visual Analysis and Argument for the Importance of Civic Spaces in Cities Today

2011

  • Joanne Choi, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Mary Beth Decker): The Bacterial Endosymbionents of Jellyfish
  • Frances Douglas, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Nicholas Robinson): CITES and Caviar: Reducing Illegal Wildlife Trafficking
  • Andrew Eberle, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Garry Brewer): Corporate Conservation: The Why and How of Environmental Partnerships
  • John Ela, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Mack Faragher): Mythologizing Manifest Destiny: An Environmental History of the Davy Crockett Almanacs
  • Hilary Faxon, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Mack Faragher): (Image)ning the Southwest: Changing Perceptions of the Desert Environment in 70 Years of Survey Photographs, Tourist Propaganda, and High Art
  • Reuben Fischer-Baum, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Elihu Rubin): Private Gardens, Public Streets: The Evolution of Istanbul's Urban Forest from 1922 to 2007
  • George Haddad, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Susan Rose-Ackerman): A Way Forward: A Step-by-Step Approach to the Wicked Problem of Carbon Mitigation
  • Ileana Lucos, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): New Haven Air Quality: A Study on the Variability of Particulate Matter
  • Zachary Mulvihill, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Amity Doolittle): The Arthur Kill: Why the Restoration Efforts of the 1990s Failed & Recommendations for Future Restoration
  • Caroline Nash, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Geomorphic and Historical Classification of the Wood River, Oregon
  • Nikita Pavlenko, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Amity Doolittle): A Tale of Two Grasses: Corn, Switchgrass, and the Carbon Debt
  • Maclovia Quintana, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Carol Carpenter): Linking Permaculture and Traditional Farming: Reawakening a Sustainable Agriculture in Northern New Mexico
  • Matthew Ramlow, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Benjamin Cashore): Strategies to Build Support for Voluntary Carbon Markets
  • Leslie Roberson, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Amity Doolittle): Interpreting Changes in Coral Assemblages in Roatan, Honduras
  • Kalani Rosell, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Karen Hébert): Ethiopia vs. Starbucks: The Internatinal Trademark Battle that Reshaped the World Coffee Market
  • Hazel Scher, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Jeffrey Park): Storm Water Management Using Vacant Lots in New Haven, Connecticut
  • Cornelia (Lily) Twining, Environmental Studies (Advisor: David Post): Changes in the Lakes: The Ecological History of Two Watersheds in South Central Connecticut
  • Kelvin Vu, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Amity Doolittle): The Connector to Nowhere: The Oak Street Connector and Urban-Suburban Opposition in New Haven, CT
  • Kanglei Wang, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Grim): And So We speak of Trees: Ecology as Approach in Tibetan Rights Discourse in China
  • Simon Warren, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Thomas Graedel): Utilization of Life-Cycle Analysis for Minor Metals
  • Charles Zhu, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Jeffrey Park): The Desire for Car Ownership in China

2010

  • Brandon Berger, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): "Darle a las cabras para cuidar las lechugas:" The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, Utiity Reform and Renewable Energy
  • John Good, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Ellen Brennan-Galvin): Metropolitan Growth Patterns, Transit Oriented Development, and Transportation Alternatives in Denver and Kansas City
  • Rachel Harris, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Alan Plattus): Seeing Through the Eyes of Miami21: A Contextual Perspective
  • Kathy Hughes, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Oswald Schmitz): Empirical Study of Habitat Complexity and Predator-Prey Interactions as it Informs Ecosystem Conservation
  • Wiles Kase, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Benjamin Cashore): The Smart Voyager Ecolabel: A Study of Non-State, Market Driven Environmental and Social Certification of Tourism in Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands
  • Trygg Larson-Danforth, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Stream Mitigation Banking: An Economic Solution to an Environmental Problem
  • Julia Meisel, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Doug Gollin): Planting the Seeds: Universities' Impact on Sustainable Food Systems
  • Jennifer Pan, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Paul Sabin): An Analysis of Corn Ethanol to Guide Future Biofuel Development
  • Aaron Reiss, Environmental Studies (Advisor: James Scott): Eco Village at Ithaca; Reassessing the Suburban Model
  • Thomas Schnitzer, Environmental Studies (Advisor: William Nordhaus): Uncertain Power: Modeling the Impact of Carbon Price Uncertainty and Variation in the Cost of Natural Gas on Investment Decisions in the US Electricity Generation Industry
  • Christopher Shirley, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Carol Carpenter): Anthropology of the NYC Bike
  • Denise Soesilo, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Thomas Graedel): An investigation into two mobile phone collection schemes and their effect on the efficiency of mobile phone recycling in Germany
  • Chun-Ying Wang Environmental Studies (Advisor: Gordon Geballe): How Does Your Garden Grow? An Analysis of Three Community Garden Management Models in New York City

2009

  • Berkeley Adrio, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): From Settlement to Seeds:How fire catalyzed native plants development on U.S. Public Lands
  • Adedana Ashebir, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Nemagon in Nicaragua: A Transnational Dilemma
  • Ilya Byzov, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Jeffrey Park): When you build a highway: An analysis of linkages between automobile dependence and the suppression of public transit in the United States
  • Kevin Currey, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Susan Clark): “We’re Iñupiat, We’re Hunters” Subsistence, Petroleum Development, and Cultural Identity in Nuiqsut, Alaska
  • Christine Ellman, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Julie Zimmerman): Opportunities and Challenges Under the Diversion Ban with Exceptions of the Great Lakes Compact: A Case Study of the City of Waukesha, Wisconsin
  • Bente Grinde, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Carol Carpenter): Imagining the North Shore: Perspectives on the Flathead Valley, Montana
  • Kevin Hickenbottom, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Backcountry Permits in North Cascades National Park: Analysis and Justification
  • Kathleen Knighton, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Scenic Design and Management of the Blue Ridge Parkway
  • Elyse LeeVan, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Maria Duik-Wasser): Chagas disease: a comprehensive analysis of the factors facilitating disease transmission and integrated evaluation of control strategy efficacy in Argentina
  • Davis Lindsey, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Robert Bailis): BioEnergy and Conservation: Sustainable BioEnergy from Grassland in the Conservation Reserve Program in Southeast Minnesota
  • Ariel Patashnik, Environmental Studies (Advisor: David Post): The Decline and Conservation of Endangered Lost River and Shortnose Suckers in the Klamath Basin
  • Thomas Santoro, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Plastics: Bisphenol A and Di(2-ethylhexyl) Phthalate.  Risk Assessment, Current Management Approaches, and Management Alternatives   
  • Irene Scher, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Ben Cashore): Internationalization and the Canadian Boreal Campaign
  • Lauren Zatz, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Marketing obesity: Needed changes to the regulation of television food marketing to American children

2008

  • Nathalie Alegre, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Michael Dove): Coping with Environmental Disaster in the High Andes: Social Aspects of Approaches Taken by the Peruvian Government in the Face of Heladas
  • Kathryn Au, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Susan Clark): Wolves and Ranchers: Finding a Common Interest in the Southwest
  • Emily Biesecker, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Susan Clark): Subsistence Management in Alaska: 364 Million Acres and No Common Ground?
  • Sonia Cooke, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): The Convention on Migratory Species: U.S. Decision Not to Accede
  • Daniel Friedman, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Robert Mendelsohn): Market Barriers and Failures and Investment in Energy Efficient Technology: Research on Consumer Behavior and Discount Rates and Applications to Government and Utility Programs
  • Allison Guy, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Profiting from Paradise: Maximizing the Value of Bacalar Chico National Park and Marine Reserve to Balance Business, Nature, and National Politics
  • Angel Hertslet, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Amity Doolittle): Life on the Margins: An Ethnographic Study of Livelihood Strategies in Santo Tomas, Honduras
  • Margaret Howard, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Stephen Kellert): Can Housing be Green and Affordable?  A Case Study of New Haven, Connecticut
  • Emily Jack-Scott, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): A Tale of Two Shore Towns: Avalon and Wildwood, New Jersey
  • Xiadong (Jessica) Jiang, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Robert Mendelsohn): The DICE Model with Uncertainty: An Analysis of Global Climate Change Modeling
  • Anna Johnson, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Melinda Smith): Climate Change and Agriculture: Carbon Sequestration in Agricultural Soils

2007

  • Adenike Adeyeye, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Carol Carpenter): Sanitation in Batey Libertad: Latrine Use and Waste Disposal Practices

  • Christa Anderson, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Oswald Schmitz): Livestock Predation Patterns and Incidents in Northern Tanzania
  • Duncan Cheung, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Sheila Olmstead): Money in, Water out: Qualitative Analysis of U.S. Municipal Wastewater Financing Options and Recommendations to China's Wastewater Treatment Expansion
  • Caitlin Clarke, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Jeffrey Park): An Oil Company Goes Green: A Successful Environmental Campaign in the Ecuadorian Amazon
  • Bjorn Fredrickson, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Michael Dove): Engaging Diversity: Resettlement Planning on China's Nu River
  • Qazim Hyseni, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Gisella Caccone): Galapagos Giant Tortoises: Conservation on the Island of Santa Cruz: Morphological and Genetic Distinctiveness of the "12th" Taxon
  • Erin Lin, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Phnom Penh's Poor: A Preliminary Investigation in Assocations between Environmental Conditions and Health Symptoms in Cambodian Slums
  • Tanya Martinez, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Carol Carpenter): Batey Libertad: Inequality of Access to Water
  • Victoria Nelson, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): The Johnson Paradox: Reconciling a Nationial Bird Refuge and Protection of National Security
  • Ashley Roberts, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Investigation of Coalbed Methane Water Discharge Impacts on Soils in Ephemeral Stream Channels in Wyoming
  • Mirko Serkovic, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Grim): Why is Material Pollution Accepted in a Sacred Environment? Examining the Worldview of Modern Hindus with Respect to Spiritual Purity and Material Dirtiness in the River Ganges, India
  • Rebecca Toseland, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Robert Mendelsohn): Beyond the Environmental Kuznets Curve: The Political Economy of Pollution Control in Post-World War II Japan

2006

  • J. Brandon Berkeley, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): The Athens Metro Project: Public Transportation in Urban Planning

  • Shani Harmon, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): American Indian Cultures and Climate Change in the Chesapeake Bay Region
  • Laura Hess, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Liberalization and Its Discontents: The Impacts of the North American Free Trade Agreement on corm Production in Mexico
  • John Kaufman, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Environmental Justice in Fairhaven
  • Dawn Lippert, Environmental Studies (Advisors: John Wargo and Oswald Schmitz): The Two Thousand Pound Question: An Analysis of Leatherback Sea Turtle Management on Vieques Island, Puerto Rico
  • Ariane Lotti, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Mary Helen Goldsmith): Monitoring the Connection Between Humans and the Land: The Use of Indicators on Three Farms in Italy
  • Jasmine Low, Environmental Studies (Advisors: Gordon Geballe and Don Green): The Effects of Personal Appeals to Recycle: A Field Study
  • Michelle Quibell, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Marion Chertow): Evaluating Urban Brownfield Success: A Comprehensive Case Study of Atlantic Station
  • Sarah Selig, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): The Externalities of Tobacco Production: Creating a Framework for Analysis
  • Karen Stamieszkin, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Oswald Schmitz): Feasting: Sustainability of the Oyster Aquaculture Industry, Damariscotta River, Maine
  • Leanna Sudhof, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): A Very Selective Evaluation of Malaria Control Efforts in Africa South of the Sahara: The Global Fund and ITNs

2005

  • Aravinda Ananda, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Carol Carpenter): Understanding Development in a Coastal Ecuadorian Village: An Alternative Direction of Development for Human Well-being
  • Lucas Knowles, Environmental Studies (Advisors: John Wargo and Oswald Schmitz): The Saga of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: North to the Future?
  • Danielle Larson, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Susan Clark): Shoreline Development in the Adirondack Park A Case Study of North Elba and Lake Placid
  • Flora Lichtman, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Crafting Sound Policy: The Origins, Evolution and Mis-regulation of Ocean Noise
  • Melanie Loftus, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Steven Stoll): Smart Growth in Prince George's County, Maryland: Protecting Affordability While Encouraging Growth
  • Megan O'Connor, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Steven Stoll): The Motivations of Wildlife Rehabilitation or Crazy Squirrel Ladies: What Are They Thinking?
  • Xizhou Zhou, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Greening the Industrial Facility across Borders -- Two Cases of Multinational Corporations' Environmental Management in China

2004

  • Livia DeMarchis, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): Amphibian Conservation: The Public Perception, Policy, and Science of Declines and Deformity

  • Anna Gross, Environmental Studies (Advisors: Oswald Schmitz and Susan Clark): Habitat Conservation Planning: The Need for and Challenges in Rescaling Conservation to an Ecoystem Level - A Policy Science and Ecological Perspective
  • Sparsh Khandeshi, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Ron Smith): Detecting Mountain Meadow Vulnerability to Recreational Packstock
  • Christopher McPhee, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Harvey Weiss): Climate and Cultural Collapse: The Anasazi Implications for Abrupt Human Change
  • Todd Montgomery, Environmental Studies (Advisors: Susan Clark, John Wargo, and Bill Burch): Eagles and Bogeys: In the Canyon Golf Club Decision Process
  • Christine Pham, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Kathleen McAfee): Small-Scale Rural Development in Tanzania Under the Global Service Corps Biotintensive Agriculture Project: Learning from Lessons Past
  • Michael Renda, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Karl Storchmann): An Evaluation of Government Policies to Increase Fuel Economics
  • Linda Shi, Environmental Studies (Advisor: Carol Carpenter): Dichotomies of Power and Priority: Sustainable Development on Sao Tome E Principe
  • Marina Spitkovskyaya, Environmental Studies (Advisor: John Wargo): In Defense of the Earth
  • Rachel Wasser, Environmental Studies (Advisors: Andrew Schrank and Christopher Timmons): The Ad Hoc Approach at "Work" Weakening the GEF's Project Portfolio: Local Benefits in the GEF's Biodiversity Conservation Projects - Two Case Studies

2002

  • Brian Boyd, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Delores Hayden): The Coyote in the Garden

  • Justin Davis, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Robert Evenson): "Green Energy": A Contingent Valuation of Wind Generated Energy

  • Kristi Loui, Studies in the Environment: Desert Oases: Phoenix and Utopia

  • Sara Wood, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Theodora Pinou): The Effects of Anthropological Pollution on Amoeba Pelomyxa Carolinensis

2001

  • Viviann Chui, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Sylvia Tesh): The Mis(communication) of Climate Change: Media Coverage of Scientific Uncertainty

  • Dylan Fuge, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Robert Gordon): The Clark Fork River System, Butte, Montana: An Examination of Contamination Caused by Copper Mining and the Potential for the Region's Rehabilitation - A Scientific and Policy Perspective
  • Meghan MacLeod, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Michael Kashgarian and Brian Leaderer): Heat Shock Proteins: Cellular Superheroes in the Face of Environmental Pollution
  • Josh Mukhopadyay, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Mark Ashton and Helen Goldsmith): Monodominant Ecosystems and Their Impacts on Forest Management: The Case of Guadua weberbaueri in Southeastern Peru
  • Eric Shelov, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Robert Gordon): The Potential for Metal Recovery in the Palmerton Zinc Pile
  • Nicholas Stucky, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Mark Ashton and Prasad Thenkabail): Assessing Carbon Sequestration in Agro-forests with Satellite Remote Sensing

2000

  • Andrew Borbely, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Stephen Kellert and Robert Sternberg): The Psychology of Environmental Education: Constructing Effective Curriculum Through the Application of Psychological Theory

  • Julie Brackin, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Thomas McCarthy and Bill Birch): Myopic Lobstermen in the Face of Disaster: A at the Swan's Island, Maine Lobster Fishery
  • Susan Brown, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Nancy Cott and John Wargo): The Silent Leader: Rachel Carson's Role in the Emergence of the Modern Environmental Movement
  • Rachel Gruzen, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Robert Gordon): Agricultural Architecture and a History of Land Use on Rollwood Farm, Guilford, CT
  • Michael Jensen, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Max Page and Thomas Graedel): Waste is Regarded as Almost Criminal: The Policy and Practice of Waste Elimination in the Ford Motor Company, 1919-1946
  • Hank Kessler, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Jay Gitlin and Fred Meyerson): Volkswagen Beetle to Ford Excursion: Baby Boomers, The Automobile Industry, and the Rise of the Sport Utility Vehicle
  • Katie Scharf, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Fred Meyerson): Coal Mines and Mountaintops: The Debate over Surface Mining Regulation in West Virginia, 1900-2000
  • Geoffrey Suttle, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: John Wargo): Rethinking Natural Resource Management in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

1999

  • Rachel Brakeman, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Gordon Geballe): Thinking About Pesticide Use on Golf Courses: A Comparison of Management Strategies at The Yale Golf Course in New Haven, CT and The Weymouth Course in Medina, OH

  • Lee Collins, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Thomas Graedel): Designing Environmentally Responsible High-Density Housing
  • Sarah Hillinshead, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: John Wargo): The Big Mess: Environmental Policy and Contamination at the Massachusetts Miliary Reservation
  • Lise Johnson, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Steven Stoll): Symbols of Change: Mexican Wolves in the Southwest: From Extirpation through Reintroduction
  • Amar Mann, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Christopher Timmons and Lynne Bennett): Economic Efficiency Impacts of the Water Transfer Agreements between the Imperial Irrigation District and the City of San Diego
  • Joshua Olsen, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Gordon Geballe and Alexander Garvin): Planned Communities: Are they Worth it? An Analysis of Financial and Environmental Viability
  • Sarah Reed, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Cathy Cohen and Fred Meyerson): Reflections on the Making of Space
  • Katherine Spector, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Leonard Wantchekon): Ownership Patterns in Petrostates: The Implications of Discontinuity of Cost-bearing and Benefit Acquisition in Rentier Economies

1998

  • A. Elliot Blanchard, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Steven Stoll): A Lesson in Legislation: The Implementation of the Clean Air Act in Connecticut

  • Rebecca Birch, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Steven Stoll): Reimagining Central Park in the 20th Century: The Two Visions of Frederick Law Olmsted and Robert Moses

  • Janae Deverell, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Jonathan Lees): Arguments for Seismic Array Research and Hazard Mitigation in Alaska

  • Andrea Kirk, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Christopher Timmins and Dan Esty): The Relationship Between Corporate Financial and Environmental Performance: A Multiple Regression Analysis of the U.S. Chemical Industry

  • Everett Meyer, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: John Wargo): Medicine and the Environment

  • Robert Meyer, Studies in the Environment: Boston's Waterfront: A Cultural Landscape History
  • Robert Trostle, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Alexander Garvin): Hartford: A Study and Proposal for the Park River

1997

  • Jeannie Cho, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Graeme Berlyn): Going Organic in the Twenty-First Century: An Effort Beyond Recycling and Munching Sprouts
  • Sunny Chu, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Dan Esty): Cutting Through the Smog: Urban Ozone Control and Fairness
  • Meredith Fort, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Florencia Montagnini): Agroforestry as a Sustainable Land Use in the Peten, Guatemala: Perspectives for the Future
  • Jennifer George, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Xing-Wang Deng): Lux Et Herbae
  • Michael Jung, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Gordon Geballe): Enough
  • Minh Martin, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Kathryn Dudley): Just Another Animal? Apes and Humans at the Zoo
  • Jason Medeiros, Studies in the Environment: Microbes and Chemical Clean up: Acinetobacter and Bioremediation
  • Samuel Porat, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Robert Evenson): Capital Market Alternatives to Traditional Risk-Hedging for Financing Environmental Risk Exposures
  • Darcy Whaley, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: John Mack Faragher): Early American Land Laws, 1785-1820: Turning Wilderness into Real Estate

1996

  • Graham Brownstein, Studies in the Environment: The Road More Traveled: Private Transportation, Public Space

  • Erik Grafe, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Candance Waid and Steven Stoll): Timlessness, Bloody Soil, and Tradition: Faulkner's Landscapes of Meaning and Misperception in an Agrarian Context
  • Monique Griswold, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Steven Stoll): Environmental Problems of Iron Mining and its Affects on Water Quality in the Great Lakes Region
  • Rebekah Heiser, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Steven Stoll): Garbage Maker and Garbage Taker: Municipal Solid Waste Generation and Management in Orange County, CA
  • Jessica Lux, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Steven Stoll): Prophetic Bedrock
  • Sandra Ro, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Steven Stoll): The Gulf Wars, Chemical Weapons, and the Environment: History Lessons for the Future
  • Michelle Solomon, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Deborah Kaspin): Just Another Animal? Apes and Humans at the Zoo

1995

  • Amy Busch, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Steven Stoll): The Circle of Life: A Case Study of Lyme Disease

  • Daniel Belin, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Robin Winks): The Comstock Lode: Its Formation and History as Shaped by Interactions Between Humans and their Environment
  • Anne Guerry, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Oswald Schmitz): The Fusion of Ecology and Wildlife Management: Perspectives on Wolf Control in Alaska
  • Roger Levine, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Robert Harms): Changes and Markets in the Knysna and Witwatersrand Landscapes to 1899
  • Benjamin Mann, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Steven Stoll): NAFTA and the Environment: A Study of the NAFTA and its Regulatory Devices for Pollution Control
  • Helen Mayes, Studies in the Environment: Counterculture Utopia: American Sixties Counterculture Migration to the West Kootenay Region of British Columbia
  • Kristen McDonald, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Margaret Homans): Retrovirus and Retro gress: Methods in Contemporary Feminist Science Fiction
  • Kerry Newman, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: D. Allan Bromley): An Analysis of Climate Change with an Examination of the Acoustic Thermometry of Ocean Climate Experiment
  • Shelly Rudner, Studies in the Environment: The New Hampshire/Vermont Solid Waste Project: Economic and Environmental Issues
  • Deborah Stein, Studies in the Environment: The Political Obstacles to Implementing Alternative Agriculture: An Examination of How and Why the Farm Programs and Other Policies Favor Conventional Farming Methods
  • Jordan Twist, Studies in the Environment: Suburbanization, Fire Ecology, and Politics in Southern California
  • Anne Wahlig, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Robert Mendelsohn): A Simple Travel Cost Study: An Environmental Valuation of the Island Bonaire and its Coral Reef

1994

  • Erica Adshead, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Margaret Keck): Environmental Policymaking in Guatemala, 1954-1994

  • Mark Barnett, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: John Mack Faragher): Harnessing Nature's Power: The Grand Coulee Dam and the Columbia Basin Project
  • Peter Braasch, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Steven Stoll): Bug Hunting the Way to the New South: The History of Commercial Shrimping in North Carolina
  • Caitlin DeSilvey, Studies in the Environment: The Backbone of the World: The creation of a Sacred Landscape
  • David Dixon, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Louis Warren): The Politics, Economics and Technology of Abundance: Residential costruction in America, The Colonial Period to Present
  • Elizabeth Farber, Studies in the Environment: The Market for Nonprofit Environmental Protection: An Economic Analysis of the U.S. Environmental Nonprofit Field
  • Eli Gould, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Alec Purves): A Backwoods Castle Dangerous: Scotch-Irish Settlement on the New England Frontier, 1719-1791
  • Flora Huang, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Comrad Totman): The Effects of Deforestation on the Process of Desiccation: A Comparative Study of North China and the Central Asia
  • David Kiernan, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Robert Harms): Environmental Determinism?
  • Kristin Lewis, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Florencia Montagnini): Effects of Leaf Mulches of Four Native Tree Species on Maize Seedling Nitrogen and Phosphorus Uptake in the Atlantic Lowlands of Costa Rica
  • Mary Morales, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Susan Clark): Dolphin Mortality in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Yellowfin Tuna Fishery from 1972 to 1990: An Examination of Contributing Factors Leading to The Failure of the Immediate Goal of the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972
  • Matthew Quinlan, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Paul Sullivan): lonization of the Mexican Humid Tropics
  • Josh Reid, Studies in the Environment: Indian Fishing Rights in Western Washington: An Example of State Simplification
  • Nicole Rodriguez, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Louis Warren): Fresno County Agriculture 1868-1900: A Story of Land Speculation and Railroad Monopolgy; Their Effects on the Development of California Agribusiness
  • John Saunders, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Louis Warren): The Great Black Swamp: An Evolutionary History of Agriculture in Northwest Ohio and its Effects on the Maumee River and Lake Erie
  • Robin VerSchnieder, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Robert Gordon): Drift Mines in Glacial Deposits: A Viable Option for the Disposal of New York State's Low-Level Radioactive Waste?

1993

  • Oliver Churchill, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Ann Fabian): Political Influence and the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977
  • Seth Dunn, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Doron Ben-Atar, Karl Turekian and John Wargo): Ideas of the Earth: Historical Roots and Intended Studies of the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme
  • Amy Gambrill, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Brian Skinner): The Accuracy of Maybe: An Evaluation of the USGS Mineral Deposit Assessment Methodology
  • Michael McCormick, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Robert Evenson): Natural Gas Vehicles: An Economic Analysis of Their Technology

1992

  • Robin Abell, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Genn Wallach): Searching for a Middle Landscape: The Birth of East Rock Park, New Haven, CT

  • Michael Breault, Studies in the Environment: Hydrologic Studies at Yucca Mountain, Nevada: Implications for a Proposed Mined Geologic
  • David Goetsch, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: William Cronon): It Takes a Gold Mine to Run a Silver Mine: Corporations in the Development of the Comstock
  • Katherine Hammond, Studies in the Environment: The Road Less Traveled: A History of Visitor Access at Denali National Park, Alaska
  • Seth Harris, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Graeme Berlyn): Human Enhancement of Nature's Resilience: Bioremediation of Marine Oil Spills
  • Bethica Quinn, Studies in the Environment: My Breasts, like Apples: Eve and the Paradox of Eden
  • Paul Sabin, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: William Cronon): Fighting Dependency: Native Society and Judge Thomas Berger Confront a Natural Gas Pipeline
  • Matthew Taylor, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Douglas Rae): Democracy and Environmental Justice: Governing Environmental Risks in an Age of Significant
  • Martha Young, Studies in the Environment: The United States Geological Explorations of the Fortieth Parallel: The Photographs of the Report and their Context

1991

  • Emily Allen, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: John Wargo): The Consequences of the Rise of Risk Assessment for Toxics Regulation

  • Cameron Brooks, Studies in the Environment: In Defense of the Wild: The Shaping of Wilderness and Discipline of Civilization
  • Lee Corbin, Studies in the Environment (Advisors: Robert Gordon and Jay Ague): On the Beach: The Shoreline Processes on Nauset Beach, Cape Cod, MA
  • Daniel DeBonis, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Joel Waldfogel): State of Vermont Electrical Supply Options: A Case Study Featuring the Hydro Quebec Contracts
  • Joy Ellis, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: John Wargo): Salmon on the Run: The Decline of Wild Salmon Runs in the Columbia River Basin
  • Diana Fisher, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Ann Fabian): Coming Clean: Smoke Abatement in Pittsburgh
  • Katherine Hackett, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Sylvia Tesh): The Northwestern Rocky Mountain Wolf Recovery Plan: An Investigation of Political Institutions and Education Reformations
  • Wendolyn Holland, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Jay Gitlin): Parallel Tracks: A Study of Change in the Wood River Valley, Idaho
  • Edna Neivert, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Linda Peterson): The Treatment of Landscape in Three Victorian Novels
  • Harrison Pollack, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Mark Micale): European Naturalists and the Emerging idea of the Amazon, 1743-1866
  • Rodney Siegel, Studies in the Environment: The Effects of Drying and Grinding on Ammonium Flouride Extractable Phosphorus in Tropical Soils
  • Eric Steadman, Studies in the Environment: Patterns of Rarity in the Threatened Avifauna of South America and Africa

1990

  • Adam Candeub, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Karsten Harries): The Reverand William Gilpin and the Picturesque: The Making of a Sensibility
  • Mark Chao, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Amy Green): Environmental Cancer in American Political Consequences, 1958-1976
  • Frank Morrow, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: David Davis): Thomas Jefferson and the American Environment: Human Adaptation and Jeffersonian Cosmology
  • Ansley Samson, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: J. Michael Holquist): Order in the Peak! Order in the Peak! The Acts of Placing, Replacing, and Misplacing in the Exploration Narratives of Zebulon Pike, Edwin James, and John Fremont Describing Pike's Peak

1989

  • Tiffany Bingham, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: William Cronon): The Battle Against the Gypsy, 1868-1969
  • Jessica Boon, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: William Cronon): Privatization of Underwater Property in the Nineteenth Century Connecticut Oystering Industry: A Solution to the Tragedy of the Commons?
  • Anne Curi, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: William Cronon): The New England Farmer: The Science of Fertility, Community, and Profit, 1848-1871
  • Donna Lesch, Studies in the Environment: Lake Wallenpaupack: A Lake in Distress
  • Catherine McCarthy, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: William Cronon): Henry Solon Graves and the Birth of the Profession
  • Ben Sayler, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Ron Smith): The Meteorological Factors Influencing Concentrations of Tropospheric Ozone in New Haven, CT
  • Ann Vileisis, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: William Cronon): From Wastelands to Wetlands

1988

  • Wendi Goldsmith, Studies in the Environment: Clay Mineral Weathering and Nutrient Cycle in El Verde Rainforest, Puerto Rico
  • Sean Hecht, Studies in the Environment: The Suppression of Maya and Creole Subsistence Agriculture in Belize
  • Joanna Rosen, Studies in the Environment: Quantitative Analysis of Hoarseness During Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke
  • Ian Rosi, Studies in the Environment: The Reregistration of Oncogenic Pesticides: Risk Assessment and Risk Management, A Case
  • Scott Schang, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Kenneth Haltman): Towards a Modernist Perception of Nature: Science and Art Give Birth to Nature
  • Lori Scherman, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: William Cronon): Dawn and Doom in the Branches: The Forestry Act of 1979, the Nationwide Voluntary Tree-Planting Campaign and Forest Policy in the People's Republic of China

1987

  • Elizabeth Ablow, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: Pablo Eyzaguirre): Economic Change and Resource Use of the Maasai

  • Margaret Carter, Studies in the Environment: The National Park Service: An Evoluation in Values?
  • David Garrett, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: David Spadafora): "Lo! Stately streets, lo! Squares that court the breeze": The pursuit of an urban ideal in Georgian Edinburgh
  • Wayne Pacelle, Studies in the Environment (Advisor: William Cronon): The Rationization of Diet in the Twentieth Centry: The Reification of the Ideal Plate

1986

  • Peter Neitlich, Studies in the Environment: A Golden Opportunity: Indians, Whites, and the Ecology of a Gold Rush in El Dorado, CA

  • Hilary Sigman, Studies in the Environment: Economic Incentives for the Agricultural Conversion of Wetlands

  • Molly Shaffer, Studies in the Environment: The First Sixty Years of East Rock Park: A Dynamic Relationship Between Social Values, Management Policy, and Park Use

1985

  • Bret Graham, Studies in the Environment: The Ecological and Economic Effects of Offshore Oil Spills: A Comparison of Two Historic Spills, Santa Barbara (1969) and Campeche Bay (1979)

  • David Simon, Studies in the Environment: At Our Feet: The Yale Conservation Program, 1950-1960
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