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Table 2.2 Individual coefficients and average coefficients for samples in the ……………
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Test
Sample 1
Sample 2
Sample 3
Average
1
62.7
88.9
45.2
65.6
2
59.8
91.2
47.8
66.3
3
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89.6
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5
50.9
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6
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90.6
46.9
64.9
7
53.5
78.8
45.7
59.3
8
52.1
88.4
48.6
63
9
50.8
86.6
46.2
61.2
10
66.2
79.9
45.1
63.7
11
68.5
83.2
44.8
65.5
12
45
84.6
51.5
60.4
13
58.9
89.5
47.8
65.4
14
54
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88.9
45.2
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50.8
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79.9
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63.7
18
45
84.6
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19
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66.5
20
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88.9
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Sample 2
Sample 3
Average
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21
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88.9
45.2
65.6
22
59.8
91.2
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24
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Brandsberg-Dahl, S. “Imaging-Inversion and Migration Velocity
L Analys
ETTERis
S in the Scattering-
Angle/Azimuth Domain.” Ph.D. diss., Colorado School of Mines, 2001.
Buckley, R. “Diffraction by a Random Phase-Changing Screen: A Numerical Experiment.”
Journal of Atmospheric and Terrestrial Physics 37 (1975):1431-46.
Burridge, R., M. V. DeHoop, D. Miller, and C. Spencer. “Multiparameter Inversion in
Anisotropic Elastic Media.” Geophysics Journal International 134 (1998):757-77.
Chazarain, J., and A. Piriou. Introduction to the Theory of Linear Partial Differential Equations.
North-Holland: Amsterdam, 1982.
Claerbout, J. “Coarse Grid Calculations of Wave in Inhomogeneous Media with Application to
Delineation of Complicated Seismic Structure. “Geophysics 35 (1970):407-18.
WEBB 2014. Water, Energy and Biogeochemical Budgets Program Andrews Creek stream
chemistry data. U.S. Geological Survey. http://co.water.usgs.gov/lochvale/data.html.
Accessed: 01 August 2014.

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Test
Sample 1
Sample 2
Sample 3
Average
• Original data
1
62.7
88.9
45.2
65.6
• Long quotations
• Supporting legal
2
59.8
91.2
47.8
66.3
decisions or laws
• Computer codes
3
63.4
89.6
46.4
66.5
and programs
• Lithologic and
4
51.5
87..9
47.5
62.3
petrographic
descriptions
5
50.9
91.5
44.3
62.2
• Questionnaires
• Forms and
6
57.2
90.6
46.9
64.9
documents
• Permissions to use
7
53.5
78.8
45.7
59.3
copyrighted
material
8
52.1
88.4
48.6
• 63

Long tables

9
50.8
86.6
46.2
All F 61.2
igur
es & Tables in an
Appendix need to be
10
66.2
79.9
45.1
label 63.7
ed w ith a number & a
caption and need to be
11
68.5
83.2
44.8
listed 65.5
in e ither the List of
Figures or List of Tables.
12
45
84.6
51.5

60.4
You may include long
13
58.9
89.5
47.8
app 65.4
endi
ces as electronic
attachments to your thesis.
14
54
92.2
46.2
In eit 64.1
her i nstance,
appendices are listed in the

table of contents.
This white space is OK, because:


1. It is at the end of an Appendix and


2. The table takes up more than 50% of
the page, so even if it wasn’t at the end

of an appendix (or chapter) it could

stand alone.

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The Appendix for the Supplemental Electronic Files should look like the

example below. Be sure to include the Appendix in the Table of Contents.
APPENDIX B
SUPPLEMENTAL ELECTRONIC FILES

Include a paragraph broadly describing what is included as part of the supplemental
electronic files and how these are related to the thesis. Also include a brief description of how the
files/descriptions are organized in this Appendix. You may include as part of your supplemental
electronic files any file that is a critical part of your thesis. This may include files containing
laboratory measurements, other data, program source code, etc. Executable files may not be
included.
Geographical Data Files
Files containing geographical location
information of all survey lines. Files include
raw survey data, reduced survey data showing
relative location of each station with respect
to a survey base station, and absolute latitude
and longitude of each survey location. All
files are in Microsoft Excel 2003 format. See
figure 2.3 for area map show location and
orientation of each survey line.
GeographDescript.txt ASCII file containing description of data file
format for all files containing geographical
information included as part of these
electronic supplementary files.
Line111.xls Geographical survey information for line 111.
See figure 2.3. See GeographDescript.txt for
description of data included in each page and
for each column of the spreadsheet.
Line112.xls Geographical survey information for line 112.
See figure 2.3. See GeographDescript.txt for
description of data included in each page and
for each column of the spreadsheet.
Line113.xls Geographical survey information for line 113.
See figure 2.3. See GeographDescript.txt for
description of data included in each page and
for each column of the spreadsheet.



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