To foster closer working relationships between Alaska
and countries of northern Europe through exchange of personnel to
work on problems of mutual concern.
This report deals only with this first objective of the project and is
based on observations and conclusions of Dr. Charles E. Logsdon, Alaska
Agricultural Experiment Station Research Plant Pathologist, during his tour
of duty at Vollebekk, Norway, from September, 1961, to August, 1962. The
other project objectives will be covered in subsequent reports.
grant GA AGR 61100
Table of Contents
Preface -- Why Cooperate With Scandinavia? -- The Social Climate for Cooperation with Special Reference to Norway: Language, Government, Economy -- How Can We Cooperate with Scandinavia: Exchange of literature, Exchange of scientists, Exchange of materials, Segregation of mutual problems, Exchange of students -- Support of Cooperation with Scandinavia -- Barriers to Cooperation with Scandinavia: Established programs, University-Experiment Station relations, Personal considerations -- Recommendations for Cooperation with Scandinavia -- Appendix: Farming in Norway, Sojourn in Norway, International science cooperation proposed
University of Alaska, Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station
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