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  • Hicks, Christian Jakob Burmeister (2003-08)
    The Saami of Norway, Sweden, and Finland have been politically active internationally since the 1960s and 1970s. In the last fifteen years their presence has been a major force in indigenous politics and human rights. They ...
  • Warpinski, Stephanie (2015-05)
    Sablefish (Anoplopoma fimbria) are distributed from Baja California to western Japan. Alaska is the world's principal supplier of sablefish with the majority of commercial landings occurring in the Gulf of Alaska and the ...
  • Dyer, Daniel (2014-12)
    This thesis examines the three films that constitute director Ingmar Bergman's first trilogy, Through a Glass Darkly, Winter Light, and The Silence. In the thesis I take a multidisciplinary approach to analyzing the films' ...
  • Sigler, Douglas L. (2006-05)
    'Sad Soul Saloon' is a collection of stories about, Nick Muldoon, as he comes of age and seeks adventure during the early 1950s. Raised by his father and a group of social misfits at his father's saloon, Nick realizes in ...
  • Chambers, Izetta (Alaska Sea Grant, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2011)
  • Perkins, Robert A; Bennett, F. Lawrence (2016-07-14)
    How are roadway crash data acquired, stored, and utilized in engineering and management decisions regarding highway projects? This research answers that question by interviewing the engineers and professionals involved ...
  • Tape, Ken; Clark, Jason; Toniolo, Horacio (2017-10)
  • Toniolo, H.; Youcha, E.K.; Gieck, R.E.; Tschetter, T.; Engram, M.; Keech, J. (2015-12)
    Alaska’s economy is strongly tied to oil production, with most of the petroleum coming from the Prudhoe Bay oil fields. Deadhorse, the furthest north oil town on the Alaska North Slope, provides support to the oil industry. ...
  • Toniolo, H.; Tape, K.D.; Tschetter, T.; Homan, J.W.; Youcha, E.K.; Vas, D.; Gieck, R.E.; Keech, J.; Upton, G. (2016-12)
    In 2015, spring breakup on the Sagavanirktok River near Deadhorse was characterized by high flows that destroyed extensive sections of the Dalton Highway, closing the road for nearly 3 weeks. This unprecedented flood ...
  • Coen, Ross Allen (2005-05)
    Upon the discovery of the Prudhoe Bay (Alaska) oil field in 1968, North America's largest crude oil reservoir at roughly twenty billion barrels, Humble Oil devised an all-marine transportation method for bringing the ...
  • Hirshberg, Diane; Berman, Matthew; DeFeo, Dayna Jean; Hill, Alexandra (Center for Alaska Education Policy Research, University of Alaska Anchorage, 2015-11-13)
    House Bill 278, passed by the legislature in spring 2014, instructed the Department of Administration to “present to the legislature a written proposal for a salary and benefits schedule for school districts, including an ...
  • Peyton, H. R.; Johnson, P. R.; Behlke, C. E. (University of Alaska, Arctic Environmental Engineering Laboratory and University of Alaska, Institute of Water Resources, 1967-09)
    The environment of cold regions is generally viewed as inhospitable, primarily due to application of ideal processes and techniques suitable to temperate zones. The work herein is a step toward solving two environmental ...
  • Sekerak, Vasily J. (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-03-07)
    My initial project focused on the way market squid embryo morphology can possibly be effected by ocean salinity levels during development. This was to be accomplished by testing two sets of embryos with three replicates ...
  • Raymond-Yakoubian, Julie M. (2019-05)
    This dissertation is the result of sociocultural anthropological research in and about the community of Elim, Alaska. Elim is a small community of approximately 330 (primarily Inupiaq and Yup'ik Eskimo) people in Norton ...
  • Kovach, Ryan P. (2012)
    Climate change is a formidable challenge for fish and wildlife conservation because it will directly influence the ecology and evolution of wild populations. Though climate-induced temporal trends in phenological events ...
  • Ferguson, Dean A. (2000-08)
    This satirical novel is written in first person and alternates between two story lines: a present tense story and a past tense one. It follows characters who are living the Gen X. life: low paying jobs, lots of drugs, lots ...
  • Baker, Grant Cody (1987)
    Laboratory experiments were designed to investigate salt redistribution during the freezing of saline sand columns and to obtain information on salt movement in saturated sands and reconstituted subsea permafrost samples. ...
  • Wall, Emily (Prairie Schooner, 2016)
  • Miao, Yan (2013)
    The overall goal of our research project is to study the unfrozen water mass and mobility in frozen soils. Frozen samples of standard clays with different adsorbed cations will be analyzed to determine their surface ...

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