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dc.contributor.authorSchool of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, University of Alaska Fairbanks
dc.date.accessioned2013-04-11T22:41:35Z
dc.date.available2013-04-11T22:41:35Z
dc.date.issued2005
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11122/1634
dc.description.abstractRevegetation in Alaska: Usibelli, seeds & topsoil, and mycorrhizae: Resarch professor Dot Helm retired in 2005 after two decades working on revegetation of disturbed lands in Alaska. Here she presents case histories, discusses seeding and topsoil application, and explains the important symbiosis between fungi and plants. / Dot Helm -- Assessing climate change: Did we get it right?: Twenty-four years ago, a national conference on climate change convened at UAF, led by AFES. The 1982 interdisciplinary gathering was one of the first regional meetings to look seriously at what climate change could mean for society. How accurate were these academicians' views of what the future might bring? / Glenn Patrick Juday -- Harvesting art: An art instructor teaches his students observation skills by taking his classes on field trips to SNRAS greenhouses, the Georgeson Botanical Garden, and the Fairbanks Experiment Farm. / Text and illustrations by Jamie Smith -- Blight outbreak tests new network: The Western Plant Diagnostic Network kicked into action in summer 2005 when potato blight struck farms in Alaska. / Doreen Fitzgerald -- Kennecott mill town visitors: A survey of tourists at this National Historic Landmark reveals who comes to the park and why, and offers some useful insights for park managers who are developing a park facilities plan. / From the bulletin by Steve Taylor and Peter Fix -- Mastering the philosophy of science: Thesis studies on the effect of agency culture on institutional performance, fire fuel models, burned soil temperatures, forest succession, user motivations in the Green Star program, lodgepole pine, and more. / Compiled by Deirdre Helfferich with research from Daniel Cheyette, Karen Clyde, Alina Cushing, Jean Doherty, Thomas Kurkowski, Kimberly Maher, Sarah Masco, Chanda Meek, and Todd Nichols -- Ecotourism in Chile: The Valdivian Forest Ecoregion in southern Chile is one of the world's five great temperate rainforests, rich in biodiversity. Master's degree graduate Scott Harris explores this region's value for the community-based ecotourism market. / Scott Harris (from his master's thesis) and Deirdre Helfferichen_US
dc.publisherAlaska Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, University of Alaska Fairbanksen_US
dc.titleAgroborealis, Vol. 37, No. 2 (Winter 2005-2006)en_US
dc.typeJournalen_US
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