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Graduate Student Theses Supported by DOE's Environmental Sciences Division (DOE/ER-0649T)


Compiled by Robert M. Cushman and Bobbi M. Parra

This report provides complete bibliographic citations, abstracts, and keywords for doctoral and master's theses supported fully or partly by the U.S. Department of Energy's Environmental Sciences Division (and its predecessors) in the following areas: Atmospheric Sciences; Marine Transport; Terrestrial Transport; Ecosystems Function and Response; Carbon, Climate, and Vegetation; Information; Computer Hardware, Advanced Mathematics, and Model Physics (CHAMMP); Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM); Oceans; National Institute for Global Environmental Change (NIGEC); Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV); Integrated Assessment; Graduate Fellowships for Global Change; and Quantitative Links. Information on the major professor, department, principal investigator, and program area is given for each abstract. Indexes are provided for major professor, university, principal investigator, program area, and keywords. A copy of the printed report may be obtained from CDIAC at no charge while supplies last.

The bibliographic database from which the report was generated is available in the following formats:

PapyrusTM (a registered trademark of Research Software Design, 2718 SW Kelly St., Suite 181, Portland, OR 97201, U.S.A.) - click the right mouse button and save each of the seven *.bib files in the specified directory on your system; for more complete instructions see Accessing CDIAC's Anonymous FTP Area


A limited (read-only) version of PapyrusTM software (The PapyrusTM Retriever) may be downloaded from Research Software Design's web site (

You may also be interested in the home page for the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Biological and Environmental Research , which provides information on that office's current research areas as well as support for fellowships and education programs.