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  • Johnson, Hugh A.; Coffman, Robert J. (School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, 1956-11)
    The Kenai Peninsula is an Alaskan Mecca for many venturesome families newly arrived from the States. They flock there each year searching for " free" land and fresh opportunity in a new country. Business at the Anchorage ...
  • Krapek, John P. (2016-12)
    Yellow-cedar is a long-lived conifer of the North Pacific Coastal Temperate Rainforest region that is thought to be undergoing a continued natural range expansion in southeast Alaska. Yellow-cedar is locally rare in ...
  • Klebesadel, L.J. (School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, 1963-04)
    Many different kinds of plants usually grow in close association with each other in nature. Woodlands, roadsides, mountain slopes, marshlands-almost all places not closely attended by man have their own complex plant ...
  • Ginzton, Lura M.; Dinkel, Donald H. (University of Alaska, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1978-03)
    Modern hybrid lilies are among the showiest perennials that can be grown by the interior Alaska gardener. There are several groups, or classes, of lilies available, not all of which are hardy here. Within a given ...
  • Loynachan, T. E. (School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, 1979)
    Perhaps the most significant single measurement of a soil's ability to adequately support plant growth is a pH determination. If soils are too acid, reduced nutrient availability of all the macronutrients will result. ...
  • Hansen, Winslow D. (2013-05)
    Communities and ecosystems in the Alaskan boreal forest are undergoing substantial change. People contribute to this change. They are also impacted by the consequences. For example, wildfire and spruce bark beetle (Dendroctonus ...
  • Langdale, Elizabeth H. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations, 1932-04)
  • Malone, Thomas; Packee, Edmond C.; Liang, JingJing (Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2012)
    In 1994 the University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station began a project to establish permanent sample plots (PSP) throughout the ...
  • Branton, C.I. (University of Alaska Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1962-04)
  • Tarnai, Nancy (University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2014-04-03)
    Research Forester Tom Malone retires from UAF.
  • Dofing, S.M.; Gavlak, R.G.; Knight, C.W. (Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1991-08)
    Barley is the cereal crop best adapted to Alaska’s cool, short-season environment. Not surprisingly, barley is the most important agronomic feed crop in many north-latitude regions which experience similar growing ...
  • Holloway, Patricia S. (Natural Resources Conservation Service, 2006-08)
    This publication summarizes some possible practices for managing wild berry stands in Alaska. The goal is to stimulate local experimentation with practices that have been useful elsewhere in the circumpolar North.
  • Schroeder, Britta (2014-05)
    Throughout the world, humans are often faced with the challenge of sustaining economic development while also promoting environmental stewardship. Such is true for the management history of the Tongass National Forest, ...
  • Unknown author (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1950-07)
    A preliminary appraisal of the market for agricultural products grown in Alaska is set forth In this report. The publication is the result of one of several studies being conducted by Government agencies to ascertain ...
  • Harris, Scott (2004-12)
    A survey of ecotourists in the Valdivian Temperate Forests ecoregion of southern Chile is used to determine if the experience and activity preferences of the market match what is being developed at local community-based ...
  • Anders, Richard A. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1954-12)
    Over 10 million pounds of milk were produced in Alaska during 1953. Almost two-thirds of this was produced in the Matanuska Valley . Milk sales were greater than sales of any other farm product. During the year 1953, ...
  • Johnson, Hugh A.; Stanton, Keith L. (School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, 1955-07)
    The Matanuska Valley was created through action of ice, water and wind. When the last glaciers retreated up the Susitna, the Knik and the Matanuska valleys, vegetation began cove ring the scars, Over several centuries ...
  • Kane, Evan S. (2006)
    The likely direction of change in soil organic carbon (SOC) in the boreal forest biome, which harbors roughly 22% of the global soil carbon pool, is of marked concern because climate warming is projected to be greatest in ...
  • Carlin, D.E.; Walworth, J.L.; Conn, J.S. (Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1995-07)
    This study was designed to determine: 1) the effectiveness of surface application followed by “watering in” as a method of applying these two chemicals, 2) the depths to which each chemical is carried into the soil ...
  • White, G. K.; Thomas, W. C. (School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, 1973-08)
    The objectives of this study are to define outdoor recreation benefits to the public and to develop a priority ranking method for proposed outdoor recreation projects. A careful analysis of the benefits which people ...

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