Below are theses and dissertations completed by graduates of the University of Nevada Las Vegas Civil & Environmental Engineering and Construction Department.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2010

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Performance of Nevada’s aggregates in alkali-aggregate reactivity of Portland cement concrete, Mohammad Shahidul Islam

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High school student interests in architecture, construction, and engineering education, Krishna P. Kisi

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Statistical modeling and analysis of injury severity sustained by occupants of passenger vehicles involved in crashes with large trucks, Ahmad Koupaenejad

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An Exploratory study on energy consumption of Energy Star and non-Energy Star homes, Prajakta Kulkarni

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Improving ensemble streamflow prediction using interdecadal/interannual climate variability, Kenneth W. Lamb

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Analysis and evaluation of safety impacts of median types and midblock left turn treatments for urban arterials, Timur Mauga

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Effect of spatial and temporal variability of antecedent moisture content on model-generated runoff from an arid watershed, William J. Meyer

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Assessment of impacts to hydroclimatology and river operations due to climate change over the Colorado River Basin, William Paul Miller

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Ion-exchange (IX): arsenic and chromium removal from brines and removal of inorganic contaminants by specialty resins, Behrang Pakzadeh

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Evaluating the impacts of water conservation policies on water demand, availability and outdoor water use in the Las Vegas Valley, Kamal Qaiser

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Investigation of potential pathways and multi-cycle bioregeneration of ion-exchange resin laden with perchlorate, Mohamadali Sharbatmaleki

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Evaluating the energy and carbon footprint of water conveyance system and future water supply options for Las Vegas, Nevada, Eleeja Shrestha

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Evaluation of safety impact of access management in urban areas, Xuecai Xu