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More than 3,550 dissertations have been registered with the DISCCRS and DIALOG programs since their inception in 2002 and 1993 respectively. The combined registry is international in scope, with citizens of more than 85 countries participating to date and nearly 50% of Ph.D.s registered outside the U.S. Demographic information is collected with abstracts, and statistical information is reported on a biennial basis. Use the navigation links in the left-hand margin to register your dissertation, for symposium application instructions, and other program and symposium reports and resources for enhancing interdisciplinary and early-career development.

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Currently the number of dissertation registrations is: 3,627.

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Valach, Amy C

2015. Volatile organic compound fluxes and mixing ratios in two contrasting atmospheric environments: London and the Amazon rainforest. Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University (United Kingdom), 249 pp Website

Chafe, Zoe A

2016. Our breaths we take: Outdoor air quality, health, and climate change consequences of household heating and cooking with solid fuels. Energy and Resources Group, University of California at Berkeley (United States), 135 pp

Getirana, Augusto

2009. Contributions of Radar Altimetry to the Hydrological Modeling of Large Amazon Basins. GET, Universite de Toulouse III (Brazil), 300 pp

Aryal, Suman

2016. The socio-ecological impacts of structural changes in the transhumance system of the mountainous areas of Nepal. Institute of Agriculture and Environment, University of Southern Queenslaand (Australia), 247 pp

Frazier, Abby G

2016. The influence of large-scale modes of climate variability on spatiotemporal rainfall patterns and vegetation response in Hawai‘i. Department of Geography, University of Hawaii at Manoa (United States), 137 pp Website