Faculty Scholarship and Open Access Collection
About This Collection:
This collection features scholarly articles written by Allegheny College faculty. Many articles are freely available in DSpace under the Allegheny faculty's Open Access Policy. Others are limited to Allegheny faculty, students, and staff.
Articles may appear in one of three version:
- Published article
- Preprint, article prior to formal peer review
- Postprint, article post peer review, without publisher's formatting or copy editing
Faculty, please use this link to submit your publication for DSpace: https://goo.gl/forms/XblxVXdVbYbVmyfC2
To learn about Allegheny College's faculty Open Access Policy, visit http://sites.allegheny.edu/scholarlycommunication/
(SciELO, 2019-06-13)In July 2018, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) was elected President of Mexico in the largest electoral landslide in Mexico's democratic history. As a self-proclaimed transformational candidate, AMLO made big promises ...
(Annual Review, 2019-05-28)The economics of human nutrition has changed greatly in recent years as researchers have moved beyond supply and demand of specific foods and total calories to functional aspects of diet quality, such as nutrient composition, ...
Paternity and egg cannibalism in the ringlegged earwig Euborellia annulipes (Dermaptera: Anisolabididae) (Wiley, 2019-06-06)Cannibalism is a common occurrence in nature, and many cannibals prey on relatively small and defenseless life stages, such as eggs or young juveniles. Such behavior provides many benefits to the cannibal, but cannibalistic ...
Seasonal differences in climate change explain a lack of multi-decadal shifts in population characteristics of a pond breeding salamander (Public Library of Science, 2019-09-06)There is considerable variation among studies that evaluate how amphibian populations respond to global climate change. We used 23 years of annual survey data to test whether changes in climate have caused predictable ...
(Elsevier, 2019-07-26)Static annealing and crack-cook experiments were performed on wet and dry fabricated San Carlos olivine aggregates and a core of Balsam Gap dunite to investigate fluid infiltration mechanisms for low-permeability mantle ...