Theses and Dissertations

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Electronic Theses & Dissertations (ETD) is an optional process that the University of New Brunswick provides to graduate students, enabling them to write, review, submit and deposit their theses and dissertations electronically. The collection present in the UNB Scholar Research Repository represents continuining collaboration between the School of Graduate Studies, the Centre for Digital Scholarship, and UNB Libraries. Not all UNB theses are submitted electronically.

Graduate students looking for more information about how to prepare a thesis for electronic submission should view the Electronic Theses and Dissertations page at the School of Graduate Studies.

Title Author Discipline Degree Datesort ascending
Knowledge c-construction through knowledge actions: a case study of the Southwestern New Brunswick Bay of Fundy joint fishermen scientists Ovigerous Female Lobster(Homarus Americans) Abundance Project Maillet, Donna, G. Curtis Interdisciplinary Studies Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies 2018
Understanding transportation needs in Minto, Chipman and surrounding areas Davis, Craig Civil Engineering Master of Science in Engineering 2018
A deep learning based framework for detecting and visualizing online malicious advertisement Zhang, Xichen Computer Science Master of Computer Science 2018
Origins of adaptation: cultural emergence in the US Army, 1970-1991 Dossev, Tudor, I History Master of Arts 2018
A geometric morphometric approach to cranial variation in 18th to 19th century skeletal populations form the St.Lawrence Region, Canada White, Jessica Anthropology Master of Arts 2018
A feasibility assessment of wold reintroduction to the Cape Breton Highlands Williams, George, H Forestry & Environmental Management Master of Science in Forestry 2018
Ecological segregation between two closely related species: exploring Atlantic puffin and razorbill foraging hotspots. Symons, Stephanie, C Biology Master of Science 2018
Investigating thumb mechanics in texting using novel instrumentation methods Bernier, Rachelle Mechanical Engineering Master of Science in Engineering 2018
Role of temperature-mediated embryo development in the range expansion of cunner into the Bay of Fundy Woodard, Krystal Biology Master of Science 2018
Microstrip antenna array design for harmonic radar applications Balasmeh, Mohammad Electrical & Computer Engineering Master of Science in Engineering 2018
'Have not no more': educating for civic engagement at Atlantic Canadian universities King, Sarah, L Education Doctor of Philosophy 2018
Corrosion of reinforcing steel in concrete: monitoring techniques and mitigation strategies Fahim, Andrew Civil Engineering Master of Science in Engineering 2018
Influence of growth-mortality balance and hardwood-softwood mix on stand and carbon dynamics of old stand types in New Brunswick Bashir, Altamash Forestry & Environmental Management Master of Science in Forestry 2018
Forecasting forest inventory for spruce plantations using airborne laser scanning data Lamb, Sean, M Forestry & Environmental Management Master of Science in Forestry 2018
The information insects leave behind: spatial and temporal variation of benthic assemblages using novel non-invasive methods O’Malley, Zoe, Gabrielle Biology Master of Science 2018
Mining partially ordered sequential rules on unbounded data Drozdyuk, Andriy Computer Science Master of Computer Science 2018
Petrogenesis of the archean Prestige leucogranite and spatially associated LCT pegmatites: insights from whole-rock and muscovite trace element geochemistry and apatite U-Pb geochronology Palmer, Emily, M Earth Sciences Master of Science 2018
Assessing the suitability of passive bio-collectors for monitoring biodiversity of subtotal cobble-bottom habitat Wittig, Gregory Biology Master of Science 2018
Control architecture for biped robots based on contraction analysis Bautista-Quintero, Ricardo Mechanical Engineering Master of Science in Engineering 2018
Improving performance and internal model strength of myoelectric prosthesis control strategies using augmented feedback Shehata, Ahmed, Wagdy Emam Electrical & Computer Engineering Doctor of Philosophy 2018

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