Welcome to the repository for University of Maryland research.
The Digital Repository at the University of Maryland (DRUM) collects, preserves, and provides public access to the scholarly output of the university. Faculty and researchers can upload research products for rapid dissemination, global visibility and impact, and long-term preservation.
You can use DRUM to share and preserve a wide range of research products, such as:
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- Data and code
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- Theses and dissertations
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PIC simulation data for "Magnetic reconnection and instabilities in the Earth's quasi-parallel bow shock": foreshock region (2022)Simulation data for a study of magnetic reconnection in foreshock waves, supported by a NASA grant 80NSSC20K1312, "Magnetic reconnection and instabilities in the Earth's quasi-parallel bow shock". Please see the data ...
(2021-10-08)As the Taliban gains traction in Afghanistan, the effects of which will certainly reach museums, archives, and libraries, the lessons of these Iraqi collections loom large. In the Iraqi case, many of the records document ...
(2022-10-21)As publisher policies and funding agencies increasingly require or encourage research data be made open for wider access and review, improving data collection and curation practices in institutional repositories has become ...
(Digging the Fossil Record: Paleobiology at Smithsonian, 2013-06)Charles Whitney Gilmore (1874-1945), affectionately known as “Charlie” to his colleagues, was one of the last major figures of America’s “Golden Age” of dinosaur hunting. It is largely due to his efforts that the Department ...
(American Philosophical Society Blog, 2017-07-17)Peale children were encouraged to pursue art at a time when professional female artists were rare. Mary Jane Peale, Charles Willson’s granddaughter, is the least known of Peale family artists. The APS is fortunate to have ...