Moon Library at ESF has print copies of all Dissertations (Ph.D. level) and Theses (Master's and Undergraduate Honor's) completed at SUNY-ESF through 2015. These items can be checked out of the library.
Most theses and dissertations from the 1980s to 2017 can also be found in the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses at SUNY-ESF database. Beginning in 2018, all new theses and dissertations are available in Digital Commons @ ESF.
Here are just a few of the theses and dissertations that have been written by Environmental Resources Engineering graduate students in recent years. Title and author are given, along with the call number that can be used to look on the shelves in the Theses section (stacks 19-20) in Moon Library. You can check the availability of these titles by doing a catalog search by title or author, or find the full-text for some titles online by searching in the Dissertations & Theses @SUNY-ESF database (through 2017) linked to the left. Please note that beginning around 2015, the library no longer receives print copies of theses and dissertations and beginning in 2018 new dissertations and theses are available in Digital Commons @ ESF.
*Please note: Ph.D. dissertations are noted by the lowercase "d" at the end of the call number.
HYDROLOGIC MODELING OF GLACIATED WATERSHED IN CENTRAL ASIA / TImur Sabitov
Assessing Irrigation in Western New York State / Maggie Todaro
Forest-based rolled erosion control products for the sustainable management of forests / Owen Mathias Hunter
Mycorrhizal colonization of Salix spp. in amended Solvay process waste / Marie Ann Schoenberger
Evapotranspiration monitoring on an inland salt marsh using eddy covariance / Samuel Asare-Adjebeng
An emergy evaluation of labor transformities incorporating traditional ecological knowledge of agroforestry in Lacanja Chansayab, Chiapas, Mexico / Tomasz B. Falkowski
A novel approach for individual tree crown delineation using lidar data / Tao Liu
Restructuring the static constraints of a dwelling: A proposal for responsive housing / Allison Jane Mills – M5734
Physics-based algorithms of tree and impervious effects on urban water and energy balances / Yang Yang – Y360d
Large footpring LiDAR data processing for ground detection and biomass estimation / Wei Zhuang – Z4836d
An engineered ecosystem for waste management and food production / Michael Amadori – A476
Spectral analysis of white ash response to emerald ash borer infestations / Laura Calandra – C344
Characterizing hydrodynamics and hyperheic impacts of river restoration structures / Tian Zho – Z4881d