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Biological Papers of the University of Alaska

 

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  • 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    This bibliography contains more than 500 published and unpublished references relevant to the emperor goose (Chen canagica).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 ...
  • Norton, David W. (University of Alaska. Institute of Arctic Biology, 1989-01)
    Editor's Introduction -- David W. Norton; The Databank for Arctic Anadromous Fish: Description and Overview -- Debra K. Slaybaugh, Benny J. Gallaway, and Joshua S, Baker; An Introduction to Anadromous Fishes in the Alaskan ...
  • Armstrong, Robert H. (University of Alaska. Institute of Arctic Biology, 1986-12)
    Most information on studies of the Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus) in Alaska came from annual progress and performance reports of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and reports of the Alaska Game Commission prepared ...
  • Gasaway, William C.; DuBois, Stephen D.; Reed, Daniel J.; Harbo, Samuel J. (University of Alaska. Institute of Arctic Biology, 1986-12)
    Successful moose management depends on knowledge of population dynamics. The principal parameters required are size, rate of change, recruitment, sex composition, and mortality. Moose management in Alaska has been severely ...
  • Norton, D. W.; Gallaway, B. J.; Griffiths, W. B.; Craig, P. C.; Gazey, W. J.; Helmericks, J. W.; Fechhelm, R. G.; Neill, W. H.; Bryan, J. D.; Anderson, S. W. (University of Alaska. Institute of Arctic Biology, 1983-12)
    Editor's Introduction -- D. W. Norton; An Assessment of the Colville River Delta Stock of Arctic Cisco--Migrants from Canada? -- B. J. Gallaway, W. B. Griffiths, P. C. Craig, W. J. Gazey, and J. W. Helmericks; Temperature ...
  • Yurtsev, B.A.; Korobkov, A.A.; Matveyeva, N.V.; Druzhinina, O.A.; Zharkova, Yu. G. (University of Alaska. Institute of Arctic Biology, 1979-06)
    An Annotated List of Plants Inhabiting Sites of Natural and Anthropogenic Disturbances of Tundra Cover: Southeasternmost Chukchi Peninsula -- B.A. Yurtsev and A.A. Korobkov; An Annotated List of Plants Inhabiting Sites ...
  • Vladykov, Vadim D.; Kott, Edward (University of Alaska. Institute of Arctic Biology, 1978-04)
    A new nonparasitic lamprey, Lethenteron alaskense from Alaska and Northwest Territories is described and illustrated. The holotype (No. NMC 76-614) is deposited in the National Museum of Natural Sciences, Ottawa, Canada. ...

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