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Home range, habitat selection, and annual survival of little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus) in central Canada
(University of Winnipeg, 2018-10)
The little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) is one of several hibernating bat species in North America affected by a fungal pathogen that causes a disease known as White-nose syndrome (WNS). As a result, little brown bat ...
Financial Fetters: Mothers, Lone Parents and Welfare Reform, Winnipeg in the 1960s
(University of Winnipeg, 2002-08)
This thesis is a study of Manitoba’s social welfare system in the 1960s based on findings in the provincial and City of Winnipeg’s annual reports. In order to understand the position of welfare administrators during this ...
Habitat quality, torpor expression and pathogen transmission in little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus)
(University of Winnipeg, 2018-03)
Improving LULC Map Production via Semantic Segmentation and Unsupervised Domain Adaptation
(University of Winnipeg, 2021-04-13)
In recent years, a lot of remote sensing problems benefited from the improvements made in deep learning. In particular, deep learning semantic segmentation algorithms have provided improved frameworks for the automated ...
The Long and Short of IT: The International Development Research Centre as a Case Study for a Long-term Digital Preservation Strategy
(University of Winnipeg, 2007)
This thesis is a contribution to the study of the challenges facing archivists and record managers working on the long-term management and preservation of digital records. This thesis discusses the International Development ...
The "Indian," the "Other" in the Canadian Quest for Identity
(University of Winnipeg, 1981-03)
“The 'Indian,' the 'Other' in the Canadian Quest for Identity” focuses on four prairie novels of the 1970's to examine the relation of literature to a nation's identity. By looking at the way the authors use Indian characters ...
Martyrdom in Latin America: Gustavo Gutierrez Challenges the Traditional Concept of Authenticated Martyrdom in the Roman Catholic Church
(University of Winnipeg, 1996-09-01)
The concept of martyrdom emerged in the pre-Constantinian Church. Many Christians believed that the martyrs, imitators of Jesus Christ in life and death, would be saved in imitation of his resurrection. The local communities ...
"We are the land, and the land is us": Connecting Indigenous Perspectives on Climate Change in the Canadian Prairies.
(University of Winnipeg, 2018-12-11)
Owing to years of Indigenous lobbying, organizing, and scholarship, recent decades have seen growing engagement with Indigenous peoples and their knowledges in environmental management, policy-making, and research around ...
Perceptions of Crime Seriousness and Punitive Attitudes in Post-Secondary Students
(University of Winnipeg Library, 2020-11)
Public perceptions of crime seriousness and attitudes towards the punishment of crime stem from the social norms and values that shape society and are informed by ways of knowing about crime. Located within a social ...
Molecular Evolution of Small Peptide Hormones and Their Receptors: the Case of Relaxin and Insulin-like Peptide Signaling Systems in Deuterostomes
(University of Winnipeg, 2013-04-18)
Relaxin family peptides are a diverse family of signalling molecules that play important roles in the regulation of reproductive and neuroendocrine processes in vertebrates. The signalling of relaxin peptides is mediated ...