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Journal of the Alaska Native Studies Council, Volume 2
Journal of the Alaska Native Studies Council, Volume 3
Journal of the Alaska Native Studies Council, Volume 4
Web pages which have or point to downloadable data and/or metadata.
Web pages which point to many other sources of information.
These services provide direct machine-to-machine data transport of information they provide.
The Institute of Northern Engineering (INE) is the research arm of CEM.
Maps, datasets, and presentations
Water and Environmental Research Center (WERC)
The College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences educates and inspires the next generation of world-class aquatic ecosystem scientists.
Current work-in-progress on the study and teaching of Alaska Native languages and related languages. Includes conference proceedings and volumes of working papers.
Short workshop (1-2 weeks) syllabuses provided by workshop presenters.
Selected photographs from the Institute for Collaborative Language Research (CoLang) at UAF in 2016
Associate Professor of Library Science; Head, Alaska & Polar Regions Collections & Archives
Alaska and Arctic grey literature collected by the UAF libraries.
Advancing Alaska's resilience to earthquakes through monitoring, research and public engagement
The atmospheric sciences group advances understanding of the physical, chemical and dynamical processes of the atmosphere with a focus on polar regions.
This series consists of Scientific reports, Technical reports and Final reports issued by the Geophysical Institute on all contracts and grants.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks Provost is responsible for providing overall leadership, coordination and direction to UAF research and scholarly activities and graduate studies.
The School of Education is committed to preparing and retaining the best possible K-12 educators for this far north, geographically, culturally and linguistically diverse state.
The School of Management provides a high quality education that prepares students for professional success in meeting the challenges facing businesses in Alaska and around the world.
As the primary land-grant component of the university, SNRAS administers a variety of programs and engages in cooperative efforts with federal, state, and borough governments and agencies.
Data Files from 2013
Regeneration prior to 2013
Site Descriptions prior to 2013
Notes prior to 2013
Tree Inventory Datasets prior to 2013
Previous Vegetation prior to 2013
Updated as of December 2014
Regeneration as of December 2014
Site Description as of December 2014
Tree Database Notes as of December 2014
Tree Inventory 1-5 as of December 2014
Vegetation as of December 2014
Updated as of December 2015
Regeneration as of December 2015
Site Description as of December 2015
Tree Database Notes as of December 2015
Tree Inventory 1-5 as of December 2015
Vegetation as of December 2015
University of Alaska Fairbanks Graduate School
Theses and dissertations from Summer 2020-present
At the University of Alaska Fairbanks, the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity (URSA) supports, develops and institutionalizes UAF's diverse and robust programs of undergraduate research and creative scholarship.
Collection of undergraduate posters presented at Research Day 2012.
Collection of undergraduate posters presented at Research Day 2013
Collection of undergraduate posters presented at Research Day 2014
Associated Students of the University of Alaska Fairbanks
The UAF Women's Center provides support, advocacy and the opportunity to transform concerns into action. Established in 1982, today it is an advocate for gender equity throughout the university and encourages inquiry into gender issues by all. Men are welcome to participate and become involved in the center — our programs are relevant to everyone. It is our mission to provide a strong informational network for all members of our community.
One Campus, One Book is the common reading program at UAS-Juneau.
The One Campus, One Book selection for 2015-16 is Blonde Indian: an Alaska Native Memoir / by Ernestine Hayes.
Tidal Echoes is a literary and art journal that showcases the art and writing of Southeast Alaskans.
M.Ed. in Special Education
M. S. in Engineering Management
University of Alaska Southeast Academic Information.
University of Alaska Southeast history
University of Alaska Southeast news
The Writing Center advises students from all disciplines on writing projects.