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School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences (SNRAS)

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School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences (SNRAS)

 

SNRAS educates students for a wide range of career opportunities in agribusiness, government, public service agencies, retail and service industries, human health institutions, the food service and processing industry, financial institutions, youth development agencies, conservation and environmental organizations, farming and, ranching, research, extension, communication, and education. The school covers a broad education in professional knowledge areas combined with foundation courses to develop a well-rounded academic experience. 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.

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Recent Submissions

  • St. Clair, Thomas Barton (2006-05)
    The study site was a permafrost-free upland site with an east-northeast aspect, west/northwest of Fairbanks at mile 10 on the Cache Creek road in a mixed hardwood/spruce stand of Betula neoalaskana Sarg., Populus tremuloides ...
  • Sink, Scott E. (2006-08)
    Yellow-cedar is a very long-lived, commercially important tree species found along the coasts of Southeast Alaska and also in small populations in Prince William Sound. However, this is the first study of the tree's annual ...
  • Holloway, Patricia S.; Hanscom, Janice T.; Matheke, Grant E. M. (Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2003-10)
  • Georgeson, C. C. (Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1923-10)
    Alaska is a vast country of very diverse physiographic configuration, lying between latitudes 54° 40' and 71° 20' N. and longitudes 130° W. and 172° E., and covering an area of 580,000 square miles. It has two climatic ...
  • Ross, P. H. (Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1907)
    During the haymaking season the weather along the Alaskan coast is generally so unfavorable, with prolonged intervals of rain, a sun whose beams are daily growing weaker, and shortening hours of work, that the statement ...
  • Georgeson, C. C. (Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1905)
    In this bulletin an attempt is made to present in an assimilated form what experiments and experience have taught as the best practice for vegetable growing in Alaska. It is of course understood that it is utterly ...
  • Georgeson, C. C. (Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1902)
    A study of the agricultural resources and capabilities of Alaska was begun under authority of Congress in 1898. Results of the earlier preliminary surveys seemed to justify the continuation and extension of the work and ...
  • Unknown author (School of Natural Resources & Agricultural Sciences. Agricultural & Forestry Experiment Station, 2014-12-16)
    I submit herewith the annual reports from the Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences, University of Alaska Fairbanks, for the period ending December 31, 2013. ...
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