Washington and Lee University Digital Archive
The Washington and Lee University Digital Archive serves to preserve, share, and enhance the use of materials owned or created by WLU and members of its community by making these materials available in a digital format.
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Assessing the Impact of Soil on Manganese Contamination in Springs and Groundwater in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia (thesis) A substantial fraction of the Shenandoah Valley, VA population relies on ground and spring water for domestic use. Manganese (Mn) is of particular concern in groundwater, as low-level chronic exposure to aqueous Mn ...
Analyzing the Relationships Between Aqueous Manganese and Geological Factors in Groundwater in the Shenandoah Valley (thesis) Manganese (Mn) can be either harmful or beneficial to human health, depending on the phase and concentration that the element is found in. In recent years research has indicated that low level chronic exposure to aqueous ...
The Removal of the Jordan's Point Dam: Examining Channel Restructure and Sediment Mobilization (thesis) The 2019 removal of the Jordan's Point Dam, a low-head concrete structure built in 1911 but predated by several older crib dams, is understood to have served as a significant geomorphological event in the Maury River. ...
This thesis was born out of the desire to see myself, a Chinese-American person, represented in contemporary American fiction. In the publishing industry today, books written by and about people of minority racial or ...
Ireland experienced numerous forms of land redistribution throughout its history due to intermittent invasions. Viking and Norman groups each conquered sections of the island from the 800s to 1200s CE, and the Tudor monarchs ...