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  • Jurassic-Cretaceous Stratigraphic and Structural Evolution of the Northern Yucatan Margin, Gulf of Mexico Basin 

    Steier, Andrew 1990- (2018-04-30)
    The Gulf of Mexico (GOM) basin formed during Triassic-late Jurassic rifting as the Yucatan continental block rifted to the southeast away from its northern GOM conjugate margin. During a second, late Jurassic-earliest ...
  • Get Ready, Get Set, Curate: Understanding the ‘Everyday Curator’ 

    Thompson, Santi; Reilly, Michele (2018)
    The proliferation of the world wide web and, with it, ways to communicate and share experiences virtually through social media sites, has changed the ways that people interact with online cultural heritage images. As the ...
  • Open Scholarship Workshop 

    Davis-Van Atta, Taylor (2018-11-16)
    Slides from a workshop delivered Nov 16, 2018, in University of Houston Libraries' Digital Research Commons (DRC). This workshop addresses some of the core values and practices of open scholarship, primarily from a humanist ...
  • Planting Cedar: Local Authority Control in a Linked Data Ecosystem 

    Weidner, Andrew (2018-11-07)
    This is a presentation that was delivered to the Midwest Collaborative for Library Services Linked Data Users Group on November 7, 2018. The presentation provides an introduction to the University of Houston (UH) Libraries’ ...
  • A Statistical Approach to Visual Masking and Spatial Attention 

    Agaoglu, Sevda; 0000-0003-1178-347X (2015-12-09)
    A stimulus (mask) reduces the visibility of another stimulus (target) when they are presented in close spatio-temporal vicinity of each other, a phenomenon called visual masking. Visual masking has been extensively studied ...

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