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  • Mitchell, William W. (School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, 1989-10)
    Timothy (Phleum pratense) is the major perennial forage seeded on strongly acidic soils in southcentral Alaska. It is an important forage grass on the Kenai Peninsula and in the Susitna Valley. Bromegrass (Bromus inermis) ...
  • Zibell, Chelsey (2015-05)
    This essay focuses specifically on a comparison between the Alaskan Inupiaq story of "Aliŋnaq" and Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus. "Aliŋnaq" comes in many variations and is known chiefly throughout the North American Arctic. ...
  • Allan, Maryanne (2011)
    This study explores success for Alaska Native young people, defining success using an Alaska Native point of view, that is, interconnectedness between culturally healthy youth and a culturally nurturing community. As a ...
  • Gram-Hanssen, Irmelin (2012-08)
    In this thesis I discuss the ability of the people of Igiugig to define their strengths and vulnerabilities as a village, and their ability to create innovative solutions in their conscious efforts to become a more sustainable ...
  • Samson, Sally P. (2010)
    Teacher research conducted at Ayaprun Elitnaurvik Charter School in Bethel, Alaska introduced 1819 kindergarten students to writing through Yuraq (Eskimo dancing). Within the teacher research, the case study followed four ...
  • John, Theresa Arevgaq (2010)
    The first purpose of this study is to describe the categories of dance. The second purpose is to describe how Yup'ik music and dance has played a functional role in organizing and maintaining various societal infrastructures ...
  • Kaganak, Wanda (2015-12)
  • Wilcox, John B.; Kohls, Fred F.; Cronin, Harold (University of Alaska. Geophysical Institute., 1950-06-30)
    For purposes of studying the character of time fluxuations in arctic night sky brightness, we have erected a photoelectric monitory system at the Ballaine’s Lake Field Station (latitude N64°52', longitude W147°49'). ...
  • Madonna, J.A. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1982)
    Clinoptilolite, mordenite, haulandite and laumontite have been identified in possible economic concentrations on the Alaska Peninsula. Most important are 1) a haulandite bearing water-laid tuff on Agate Island, 2) a thick ...
  • Zheng, Jinghui; 郑, 静慧 (2013-08)
    The Arctic and sub-arctic regions are impacted by the growth of the global nanotechnology industry. Nanomaterials have unique chemical and physical properties that may lead to toxicological effects that interfere with ...
  • Wang, Xian (2007-08)
    Zooplankton community dynamics and correlations with physical characteristics of the water were studied in the northwestern Gulf of Alaska. Zooplankton were collected systematically northeast of Kodiak Island, Alaska in ...
  • Neimark, Lee Michael (1979-12)
    The zooplankton distribution in Norton Sound was monitored for the Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Assessment Program. Salinity, temperature, and predation were investigated as factors controlling species composition ...

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