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Estimation of production function and related labor risk considerations for landscape and lawn care firms in Georgia
The fast growing landscape and lawn care industry deserves attention, but research has been limited by data availability. Primary data, collected through a mail survey from firms providing services, allow disaggregated ...
Orson Welles' Macbeth
Since its release, most critics have regarded Orson Welles' Macbeth as neither a good Shakespearean film nor one of Welles' better works. Although Welles has been criticized for creating such a reductive vision of Shakespeare's ...
Lexical variation and change in farming words
This study investigates a small portion of the lexicon, those words related to farming, of the people of southwest Georgia. Changes in agriculture in the past thirty years have drastically altered farming methods and have ...
Monitoring, quanitfying, and simulating the internal biological processes of a constructed municipal wastewater treatment wetland in the Georgia piedmont
The internal physical, chemical, and biological processes and interactions are often neglected in constructed wetland design, operations, and maintenance procedures, although a tremendous amount of research has been conducted ...
Georgia journalists and the new environmental paradigm
A total of 120 Georgia newspaper reporters responded to a mail survey that included the New Ecological Paradigm–Human Exception Paradigm scale. The NEP–HEP scale assesses peoples’ attitudes about human–environment relations. ...
Regenerative response of a southern Appalachian forest to surface wildfire and canopy gap disturbance
Tree regenerative response after surface wildfire and within canopy gaps was examined in second-growth stands on sub-mesic slopes along the Blue Ridge in northeast Georgia. The understory was sampled in ten burned and ten ...