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 Disciplinesort descending Degree Date
NUMA awareness: improving thread and memory management in the JVM Patrou, Maria Master of Computer Science 2017
Smoke-free hospitals: perceptions, experiences and behaviours of healthcare providers Luck, Kerrie, Ellen Doctor of Philosophy 2018
A critique of cosmopolitan integration in the European Union: demographic and political decline of native europeans Ellis, Clare Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Studies 2017
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
The Bristol-Shiktehawk bifaces and Early Woodland ceremonialism in the middle St. John Valley, New Brunswick Pelletier-Michaud, Alexandre Anthropology Master of Arts 2017
Macro-regional meadowood Cudmore, Lauren Anthropology Master of Arts 2016
Life narrative ethnography of Wolastoqiyik elder Charles Solomon, Medicine Man deMarsh, B. Luke Anthropology Master of Arts 2017
A late Maritime woodland Peskotomuhkati fishery from the mainland Quoddy region, southwestern New Brunswick, Canada Webb, William, Jesse Anthropology Master of Arts 2018
The collaborative power of conflict Rehn, A. Carson Anthropology Master of Arts 2017
Getting a handle on ground stone Brzezicki, Ashley Anthropology Master of Arts 2015
Washeo Whiskiheggan: examining the Hudson's Bay company fur trade post in Fort Severn, Ontario through archaeological analysis and community engagement Davidson, Katherine Sarah Anthropology Master of Arts 2019
A radiographic exploration of vitamin D deficiency at the eighteenth-century fortress of Louisbourg, NS Hinton, Jessica Anthropology Master of Arts 2019
A GIS approach to ancestral Wabanaki canoe routes and travel times Shaw, Christopher Anthropology Master of Arts 2018
An exploration of archaeological parasites at the 18th century fortress of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia Fonzo, Mattia Diane Anthropology Master of Arts 2019
Anti-mycobacterial natural products from Canadian medicinal plants Li, Haoxin Biology Doctor of Philosophy 2015
Seasonal migrations of the American eel, Anguilla rostrata, in the Upper Salmon River, New Brunswick Sweezey, Michael Biology Master of Science 2014
Impacts of the brown spruce longhorn beetle, Tetropium fuscum (Fabricius) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae), on insect community structure in its invaded habitat of Nova Scotia, Canada Heustis, Allyson Anne Biology Master of Science 2016
Impact of attack by gallmakers on their ancestral and novel plant hosts in a goldenrod-insect system Shibel, Zoryana Biology Master of Science 2016
Assessing the suitability of passive bio-collectors for monitoring biodiversity of subtotal cobble-bottom habitat Wittig, Gregory Biology Master of Science 2018
Using traits-based ecology to inform aquatic insect assemblage structure in relation to environmental flows Orlofske, Jessica M. Biology Doctor of Philosophy 2014

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