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#### 2019

Neuropsychiatric Symptoms in Patients with Dementia and the Longitudinal Costs of Informal Care in the Cache County Population, Gail B. Rattinger, Chelsea L. Sanders, Elizabeth Vernon, Sarah Schwartz, Stephanie Behrens, Constantine G. Lyketsos, and JoAnn T. Tschanz; *Alzheimer's & Dementia: Translational Research & Clinical Interventions*

#### 2016

An Introduction to Differential Geometry Through Computation, Mark Eric Fels

Population density, not host competence, drives patterns of disease in an invaded community, C. L. Searle; *American Naturalist*

#### 2012

Math and the Life-Impaired: How Disease Theory Predicts the Zombie Apocalypse, James A. Powell; *Math and the Life-Impaired: How Disease Theory Predicts the Zombie Apocalypse*

#### 2011

B ̈acklund Transformations for Darboux Integrable Equations, Ian M. Anderson; *Differential Geometry and Tanaka Theory, Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, January 24--28*

Darboux Integrability - A Brief Historial Survey, Ian M. Anderson; *SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems*

Cycle Extendability in Graphs, Bigraphs and Digraphs, LeRoy B. Beasley, David E. Brown, and Brent Thomas; *42nd Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, Boca Raton, FL*

Boolean Rank, Intersection Number, Dot-Product Dimension, David E. Brown; *Discrete Math Seminar, University of Colorado Denver*

Intersection Graph Theory Applied, David E. Brown; *MAA Regional Conference, Southern Utah University, Cedar City, Utah*

Connecting Tree-level Phenology and Landscape-level Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreak Dynamics, James A. Powell; *Connecting Tree-level Phenology and Landscape-level Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreak Dynamics*

Emerging at the Right Time, Stopping at the Right Place, and Scaling Up the Right Way: Phenology
and Differential Motility Describe Patterns of Bark Beetle Outbreak, James A. Powell; *Emerging at the Right Time, Stopping at the Right Place, and Scaling Up the Right Way: Phenology
and Differential Motility Describe Patterns of Bark Beetle Outbreak*

The Timing of Insect Development and Trajectory of Bark Beetle Outbreaks, James A. Powell; *The Timing of Insect Development and Trajectory of Bark Beetle Outbreaks. SIAM Conference on
Dynamical Systems, Snowbird, UT May 2011; UBC Okanagan, September, 2011; Colorado College,
November, 2011.*

#### 2010

Cycle Extendability, David E. Brown; *MAA Regional Conference, USU*

Orders: Interval, Interval-Probe, and Interval-k, David E. Brown; *41st Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, Boca Raton, FL*

Assessing Proofs with Rubrics: The RVF Method, David E. Brown and Shayla Michel; *13th Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education Conference, Raleigh, NC*

The Scholarship of Teaching and the Standards
for the assessment of Scholarship, Gregory D. Wheeler; *The Scholarship of Teaching and the Standards
for the assessment of Scholarship*

#### 2009

Assessing and Improving Teaching Performance, David E. Brown; *Presentation for TEaL and COS Faculty*

Being on Time: Tree-Level Phenology, Landscape Outbreaks and Evolutionary Dynamics for Mountain
Pine Beetle, James A. Powell; *Being on Time: Tree-Level Phenology, Landscape Outbreaks and Evolutionary Dynamics for Mountain
Pine Beetle*

The Use of Internet Conferencing Technology to Teach and Tutor Students at Multiple Locations, Gregory D. Wheeler; *The Use of Internet Conferencing Technology to Teach and Tutor Students at Multiple Locations*

#### 2008

A Journey Through Interval Intersection Graph Country, David E. Brown; *University of Denver's Discrete Math Seminar, Denver, CO*

Assessing and Improving Teaching, David E. Brown; *University of Colorado Denver's Colloquium on Mathematics Education
Denver, CO*

Assessing and Improving Teaching Performance, David E. Brown; *Regional Mathematics Association of America Meeting, Provo, UT*

Developing Mathematical Maturity via Combinatorial Proofs, David E. Brown; *Rocky Mountain Section of the Mathematical Association of America, Grand Junction, CO*

Development of a Program for the Assessment and Improvement of Teaching, David E. Brown; *11th Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education
San Diego, CA*

Lexicographic Breadth-First Search and Recognition Algorithms for Unit Interval Graphs, David E. Brown; *Discrete Math Seminar, University of Colorado Denver*

Linear Time Recognition Algorithms and Structural Characterizations for Bipartite Tolerance
and Probe Interval Graphs, David E. Brown, Arthur H. Busch, and Garth Isaak; *39th Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, Boca Raton, FL*

Ghost Forests, GlobalWarming and the Mountain Pine Beetle, James A. Powell; *Ghost Forests, GlobalWarming and the Mountain Pine Beetle*

Mountain Pine Beetle, Ecology, Modelling and Risk Analysis, James A. Powell; *Mountain Pine Beetle, Ecology, Modelling and Risk Analysis*

#### 2007

Interval Tournaments, David E. Brown; *American Mathematical Association and Mathematical Association of America Joint Meetings, San Antonio, TX*

Connecting Tree-level Phenology and Landscape-level Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreak Dynamics:
Where did All the Green Trees Go?, James A. Powell; *Connecting Tree-level Phenology and Landscape-level Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreak Dynamics:
Where did All the Green Trees Go?*

Mathematical Modelling and Mountain Pine Beetles 1994-2007: A Case Study, James A. Powell; *Mathematical Modelling and Mountain Pine Beetles 1994-2007: A Case Study*

Evolution of Phenology, B. P. Yurk and James A. Powell; *Evolution of Phenology*

#### 2006

Probe Interval Graphs, Circular Arc Graphs and Interval
Point Bigraphs, David E. Brown; *Rocky Mountain Discrete Math Days, Colorado College, CO*

The Hierarchy of Probe Interval, Tolerance, and Interval k-Graphs, David E. Brown and Stephen C. Flink; *36th Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, Boca Raton, FL*

#### 2005

Several Characterizations for Unit Interval Bigraphs, David E. Brown; *Rocky Mountain Discrete Math Days, University of Colorado at Denver, CO*

Modelling Development with Variability in Phenotype and Environment, James A. Powell; *Modelling Development with Variability in Phenotype and Environment*

#### 2004

Characterizations of Interval Bigraphs and Unit Interval Bigraphs, David E. Brown; *33rd Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, Boca Raton, FL*

Varieties of Interval Graphs, Probe Interval Graphs, and (0, 1)-Matrices, David E. Brown; *34th Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, Boca Raton, FL*

Invasion of Mountain Pine Beetle due to Climate Change, James A. Powell; *Invasion of Mountain Pine Beetle due to Climate Change*

Concurrent Enrollment and EDNET Practices, Gregory D. Wheeler; *Concurrent Enrollment and EDNET Practices*

#### 2003

Variations on Interval Graphs, David E. Brown; *The Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, Rutgers, NJ*

Numerical approaches to solving PDE modelling Mountain Pine
Beetle Phenology, J. T. Leek and James A. Powell; *Numerical approaches to solving PDE modelling Mountain Pine
Beetle Phenology*

#### 2002

The Mathematical Basis for Modelling Insect Seasonality, James A. Powell; *The Mathematical Basis for Modelling Insect Seasonality*

#### 2001

Spatio-Temporal Models in Ecology: An Introduction to Integro-Difference Equations, James A. Powell; *Spatio-Temporal Models in Ecology: An Introduction to Integro-Difference Equations*

#### 2000

Quantitative Environmental BiologyWorkshop, James A. Powell; *Quantitative Environmental BiologyWorkshop*

Teaching Mathematics in the Biology Classroom: BioMathLab at Utah State University, James A. Powell; *Teaching Mathematics in the Biology Classroom: BioMathLab at Utah State University*

#### 1999

Mathematical Elements of Spatial Risk Analysis in the MPB/Forest System, James A. Powell; *Mathematical Elements of Spatial Risk Analysis in the MPB/Forest System*

#### 1996

Dynamics of Mass Attack: Local Projections of Global Models, James A. Powell; *Dynamics of Mass Attack: Local Projections of Global Models*

#### 1995

Mathematical Issues in Ultra-Short Propagation, James A. Powell; *Mathematical Issues in Ultra-Short Propagation*

Mathematical Models of Mass Attack in Mountain Pine Beetles, James A. Powell; *Mathematical Models of Mass Attack in Mountain Pine Beetles*

#### 1993

Reflection of Localized Beams from a Nonlinear Absorbing Interface, James A. Powell; *Reflection of Localized Beams from a Nonlinear Absorbing Interface*

#### 1992

Accuracy-Optimized Approaches to Self-Steepening in Self-Focussing, Ultra-Short Laser Pulses, James A. Powell; *Accuracy-Optimized Approaches to Self-Steepening in Self-Focussing, Ultra-Short Laser Pulses*

Localized States in Fluid Convection and Multi-Photon Lasers, James A. Powell; *Localized States in Fluid Convection and Multi-Photon Lasers*

Pulse Dynamics at Interfaces between Nonlinear Materials, James A. Powell; *Pulse Dynamics at Interfaces between Nonlinear Materials*

Pulse Dynamics at Interfaces between Nonlinear Materials, James A. Powell; *Pulse Dynamics at Interfaces between Nonlinear Materials*

#### 1991

First Year Project Report on Beam Collapse as an Ocular Damage Mechanism, James A. Powell; *First Year Project Report on Beam Collapse as an Ocular Damage Mechanism*

#### 1990

Nongenericity and Stability in Front Solutions, James A. Powell; *Nongenericity and Stability in Front Solutions*