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Institute of Arctic Biology

 

The Institute's mission is to advance basic and applied knowledge of high-latitude biological systems through the integration of research, student education and service to the nation and state of Alaska. The Institute supports faculty and post-doctoral research and graduate education in the life sciences of wildlife, physiology, genetics and evolutionary biology, ecology and ecosystems, biomedicine, and bioinformatics and computational biology.

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  • Dieterich, Robert A. (Institute of Arctic Biology and Cooperative Extension Service, University of Alaska, 1981)
    The first Reindeer Health Aide Workshop was held at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks on October 6-10, 1980. This manual is based on information taught at that workshop.
  • Dieterich, Robert A. (Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska, 1981)
    The expertise of the writers of Alaskan Wildlife Diseases covers a broad area of science including veterinary medicine, bacteriology, virology, parasitology, physiology, biochemistry and pathology. They each gave ...
  • Morton, Jamie K.; Dieterich, Robert A. (Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1983)
    The need to exchange information on research in reindeer and caribou diseases became apparent to investigators attending the Second International Reindeer/Caribou Symposium in Roros, Norway, in 1979. Initially, ...
  • Triplehorn, Julia H.; Johnson, Lee E. (Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1980)
    This bibliography is intended to be a comprehensive reference source on muskoxen that will serve the biological researcher, the historian, and the person interested in the economic potential and current status of the ...
  • Stern, Richard Olav (Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1977-05)
    This bibliography was prepared while the author was a research associate with the Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. The research project under which this bibliography was prepared was funded ...
  • Unknown author (Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1972-08-17)
    Research efforts have yielded valuable data and insights about adaptive mechanisms for survival in cold-dominated environments and also will contribute to practical solutions to some of Alaska's pressing environmental ...
  • Walker, Donald A.; Maier, Hilmar A. (University of Alaska. Institute of Arctic Biology, 2008)
    This publication contains a group of vegetation maps at three scales in the vicinity of the Toolik Field Station. Alaska, which is an arctic research facility run by the Institute of Arctic Biology at the University of ...
  • Barnes, Brian M.; Carey, Hannah V. (University of Alaska. Institute of Arctic Biology, 2004)
    Preface; First and Corresponding Author Contact Information; An Evolutionary Framework for Studies of Hibernation and Short-term Torpor -- Gordon C. Grigg; Was Adaptive Hypothermia a Prerequisite for the Colonization of ...
  • Hamilton, Thomas D. (University of Alaska. Institute of Arctic Biology, 2003)
    Glaciers of middle and late Pleistocene age flowed into the upper Kuparuk map area from the west, east, and south. Glacial deposits are assigned to the Sagavanirktok River (middle Pleistocene) and Itkillik I and II (late ...
  • Rockwell, Robert F.; Petersen, Margaret R.; Schmutz, Joel A. (University of Alaska. Institute of Arctic Biology, 1996)
    This bibliography contains more than 500 published and unpublished references relevant to the emperor goose (Chen canagica). The referenced works date from the early exploration of Beringia and Alaska through the formal ...

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