Maryland Shared Open Access Repository
MD-SOAR is a shared digital repository platform for eleven colleges and universities in Maryland. It is currently funded by the University System of Maryland and Affiliated Institutions (USMAI) Library Consortium (usmai.org) and other participating partner institutions. MD-SOAR is jointly governed by all participating libraries, who have agreed to share policies and practices that are necessary and appropriate for the shared platform. Within this broad framework, each library provides customized repository services and collections that meet local institutional needs. Please follow the links below to learn more about each library's repository services and collections.
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(Towson University. Department of Economics, 2013)We construct a dynamic model of a small open economy to analyze the effects of large energy subsidies. The model includes domestic energy production and consumption, trade in energy at world market prices, as well as private ...
(2018-05-22)These stories interweave various levels of reality, juggling fact and fantasy through the perspectives of various quirky and conventional characters of two fictional towns: Candle, a rural town with an economy based around ...
(2018-05-22)The American labour market experienced fundamental changes in the since the turn of the millennium as workers are becoming more precarious, experiencing higher dismissal rates and lower job-retention rates. This trend has ...
High-throughput, fluorescent analysis of reactive oxygen species in C. elegans after knockdown of MRCK-1 (2017)Reactive oxygen species (ROS) produced in living organisms can generate oxidative stress, which contributes to cell damage associated with neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Studying responses ...
Analysis of soil bacterial and fungal biomass and determination of soil microbial communities in four different landscapes on the SU campus (2017)Though they are small, microbial communities in the soil play a large role in global climate change through carbon sequestration. Prior research has indicated that atmospheric changes in carbon dioxide concentrations ...