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  • Agroborealis, Volume 1, Number 1, April 1969, University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science.
    Contents:
    − Sub-Alpine Rangeland Requires Careful Management, W. W. Mitchell
    − Agronomists Evaluate Native Grasses, L. J. Klebesadel
    − Green Gold, R. L. Taylor
    − Sire Ratings Under Scrutiny, A. L. Brundage
    − Agricultural Engineer
    − Phosphorus Important to Kenai Barley
    − Monitors Weather
    − Pea Project Shows Promise
    − Low Temperature Storage Increases Fresh Lettuce Sales, C. I. Branton, C. E. Logsdon
    − Soil Tests Measure Nutrients
    − Warm Season Vegetables Thrive on Polyethylene-Insulated Soils, D. H. Dinkel
    − Barley Varieties for Alaska, R. L. Taylor
    − Vegetable Growers Battle Turnip Maggot, R. H. Washburn
    − Mink Feed from Fish Wastes
    − Limnanthes: A Potential Oilseed Crop
    − Policy Planning: Key to Progress in Agriculture
    − Economist Analyzes Demand for Fresh Veal in Fairbanks
  • Agroborealis, Volume 1, Number 2, September 1969, University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science.
    Contents:
    − Answering Tomorrow’s Questions Today
    − Dairy Production: Major Enterprise Within the State with a Good Potential Future
    − Alaska Dairy Cows Enter ‘Beauty Contest’
    − Vegetables in Alaska: Current Demand Indicates Market for $3 Million Farming Industry
    − A Look at Ornamentals: Alaskans Have a Wide Use for Grass, Flowers, Bedding Plants
    − Small Fruit Development: Air Freight Business May Open New Outside Market for Alaska
    − Red Meat Possibilities: Vast Research Program Necessary Before this Industry Can Boom
    − Land Development Requires Research
    − How Can You Help Agriculture in Alaska
  • Agroborealis, Volume 2, Number 2, October 1970, University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science.
    Contents:
    − Alaska Frostless Holds Promise: Dr. Curtis Dearborn
    − Alaska’s Custom-made Scientist: Dr. D. H. Dinkel
    − He Makes Hay When the Sun Shines: Dr. L. J. Klebesadel
    − He Does the Station’s Dirty Work: Paul Martin
    − He Helped in Building Breakthrough: C. Ivan Branton
    − As an Engineer, He’s in High Demand: Lee Allen
    − Always Looking for New Markets: Charles Marsh
    − Conservation Is His Business: Dr. William Mitchell
    − He Watches Over Alaska’ Diary Herd: Dr. Arthur Brundage
    − NC-64 Committee Meets in Alaska: A Regional Effort to Sol
    − Keeping an Eye on Soil Nutrients: Dr. Winston Laughlin
    − Experiment Station’s ‘Crying Towel’: Sigmund Restad
    − A Real Place in the Research Picture: Dr. Wayne Burton
    − Some 2,000 Mink Are In His Charge: James Leekley
    − He Specializes in Vegetable Disease: Dr. Charles Logsdon
    − Development of Cereal Crops Has Two Goals: Roscoe Taylor
    − His Work is Usually Full of Bugs: Dr. Richard Washburn
    − An Exciting Program for 1971: Dr. Frank Wooding
    − Experiment Station’s Flying Director
    − Dr. Graumann’s Alaska Role
    − Who Puts ‘Agroborealis’ Together
  • Agroborealis, Volume 3, Number 1, April 1971, University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Natural Resoures.
    Contents:
    − Ecology, Environment and Agriculture, William W Mitchell
    − Fermented, High-Mositure Barley, A. L. Brundage, L. D. Allen
    − Apples in Alaska, Curtis H. Dearborn
    − Native Alaskan Legumes Studied, L. J. Klebesadel
    − Low Temerature Fungi, C. E. Logsdon
    − Two Sources of Nitrogen for Bromegrass, Winston M. Laughlin, Paul F. Martin, Glenn R. Smith
    − Time of Planting Critical for Alaskan Grass Seed Growers, L. J. Klebesadel
    − Freeze-Branding Cattle, Don C. Tomlin
    − Energy Measurements in a Sub-Polar Environment, C. I. Branton
    − Frozen French Fries for Alaska, Charles E. Logsdon, C. I. Branton
    − Oat Varieties for Forage, R. L. Taylor
    − Alaskan Veal for the Alaskan Consumer, A. L. Brundage, C. F. Marsh, L. E. Cavasos
    − Resurgence Noted in Alaskan Cutworms, R. H. Washburn
    − Views in Evaluating Alaskan Efforts in Range Livestock Production for the Future, C. Wayne Cook
    − So Many Questions – So Few Answers, Wayne E. Burton, Donald H. Dinkel, Frank J. Wooding
    − A Distinguished and Charming Visiting Scientist
  • Agroborealis, Volume 30, Number 1, Spring 1998, University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science.
    Contents:
    − 100 Years of Agricultural Research in Alaska
    − Alaska’s First Agricultural Experiment Station – Sitka, 1889-1931
    − Kodiak Station
    − Kenai Station
    − Rampart Agricultural Experiment Station, 1900-1925
    − Copper Center Station
    − Fairbanks Station
    − Matanuska Station
    − Palmer Research Center
    − Charles Christian Georgeson
    − George T. Gasser
    − Last Frontier’s Sweet Nectar: Strawberries
    − Alaska’s Reindeer Industry
    − Alaska’s Agriculture: Examining 100 Years of Growth, Lean Times
    − Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations Transfer to College
  • Agroborealis, Volume 34, Number 1, 2002, University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science.
    Contents:
    − Reindeer Research: Intensive Management May Be Key, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Palmer Research Center, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Northern Exposure for Hoppers, Dennis Fielding
    − The Fairbanks Experiment Farm, Stephen Sparrow
    − Research in the Georgeson Botanical Garden, Pat Holloway
    − Taiga Ecology, Natural Labs Foster Research in the Boreal Forest Zone, D. Helfferich
    − A Trip to Iceland, D. Helfferich
    − A Field Trip to Hawaii, D. Helfferich
  • Agroborealis, Volume 35, Number 1, Summer 2003, University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science.
    Contents:
    − Peony—A Future Crop for Alaska? Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Alternative Livestock in Alaska: Bison to Yaks, Deirdre Helfferich
    − The Legacy of Aldo Leopold, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − The Wolf Control Issue, Deirdre Helfferich, Susan Todd
    − Cooperative Research and Knowledge Transfer at SNRAS, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − 2002/2003 SNRAS Graduates and Senior Theses
    − Permafrost and Ponds, Doreen Fitzgerald, Brian Riordan
  • Agroborealis Volume 35, Number 2, Winter 2003, University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science.
    Contents:
    − Birch: White Gold in the Boreal Forest, Deirdre Helfferich
    − Invasive Weeds in Alaska: Assessment of Research Priorities, Jeff Conn, Ruth Gronquist, Marta Mueller
    − A Winter Delta Dig, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Students Afield! Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Jobs for Credit, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − The North Jarvis Stand Conversion Project, Maggie Rogers
    − Antioxidants in the North, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Shapeshifter Carbon: A Universal Building Block, Doreen Fitzgerald, Valerie Barber, Gary Michaelson, Chien-Lu Ping, David Valentine, Jason Vogel
  • Agroborealis, Volume 36, Number 2, Winter 2004-2005, University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science.
    Contents:
    − Fire in Interior Alaska, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Wetlands and Wastewater Treatment in Alaska, Deirdre Helfferich
    − Research Crops do Double Duty, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Agronomic Crops for Alaska, Deirdre Helfferich
    − Remembering Mike, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Wilmking Wins Prize for Ecology Research, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Preparing for Wildfire: Tips for Homeowners, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Who is B.O.B.? Connie Harris, Deirdre Helfferich
  • Agroborealis, Volume 37, Number 1, Summer 2005, University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science.
    Contents:
    − Morels: A Mosel After the Fire, Deirdre Helfferich
    − Students and Environmental Ethics, Amy Craigen, Christopher Held, Ben Meyer
    − Exotic Plants in Alaska’s arks, Chris McKee
    − Creativity and Independent Thought, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Revitalizing U.S. Support for Developing Nation’s Agricuture, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Recent AFES Publications
  • Agroborealis, Volume 37, Number 2, Winter 2005-2006, University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science.
    Contents:
    − Revegetation in Alaska: Usibelli, Seeds & Topsoil, and Mycorrhizae, Dot Helm
    − Assessing Climate Change: Did we get it right? Glenn Patrick Juday
    − Harvesting Art, Janie Smith
    − Blight Outbreak Tests New Network, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Kennecott Mill Town Visitors, Steve Taylor, Peter Fix
    − Mastering the Philosophy of Science, Deirdre Helfferich
    − Ecotourism in Chile, Scott Harris
  • Agroborealis, Volume 38, Number 2, Winter 2005-2006, University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science.
    Contents:
    − Green Map Fairbanks, Deirdre Helfferich
    − We All Depend on our Forests, Don DeHayes
    − Forests for a Richer Future, National Association of University Forest Resources Programs
    − Wildland Fire and Climate Change, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Fuel Breaks for Fire Mitigation, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − The Muskox: A New Northern Farm Animal? Deirdre Helfferich
    − Reindeer in Alaska: Under New Management, Greg Finstad
    − Breeding a New Variety of Barley for Alaska, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Using Alaska’s Hulless Barley in a New Food Product, Kristy Long, Trateng Kamolluck
    − Seminar Explores the Nature of American Food, Doreen Fitzgerald
  • Agroborealis, Volume 39, Number 2, Winter/Spring 2007-2008, University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science.
    Contents:
    − Bonita J. Neiland Remembered, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Biomass for Biofuels: Not All Trees are Created Equal, Andres Soria
    − Muskox Husbandry, Deirdre Helfferich
    − Boreal Forest Soils: Nutrient Cycling, Microbes, and the Fate of Oil, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Conflicting Wildlife Mandates, Doreen Fitzgerald
    − Agriculture 100 Years Ago: the Search for Self-Sufficiency, Jo Papp, Josie Phillips
  • Agroborealis, Volume 40, Number 1, Spring 2009, University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science.
    Contents:
    − Counting on Tradition, Math in a Cultural Context Adds Up, Nancy Tarnai
    − Log Cabin Building Workshop, From Hangar to Woods, Valerie Barber
    − The Midnight Sun-flower, Bob Van Veldhuizen
    − Biomass Fuels, Local Energy, Local Jobs, and Community Resilience, Nancy Tarnai
    − The IPY at UAF, Nancy Tarnai
    − A Sustainable PhD
    − Kerttula Hall Dedication
    − James Drew: Piloting Agriculture
    − Leslie A. Viereck: Infectious Curiousity
  • Agroborealis, Volume 41, Number 1, 2010, University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Science.
    Contents:
    − Changing the Forest and the Trees—Is it climate? Glenn Patrick Juday
    − OneTree in the Tanana Valley, Nancy Tarnai
    − Forest Dynamics & Management, Jingjing Liang, Tom Malone
    − Alaska’s Food (In)security, Deirdre Helfferich, Nancy Tarnai
    − Leafhoppers, Alberto Pantoja, Aaron M. Hagerty, Susan Y. Emmert, Joseph E. Munyaneza
    − You Are My Sunshine! Anit Hartmann
    − Reindeer Market Project Makes History! George Aguiar
    − Security of the Red Meat Supply, Thomas F. Paragi, S. Craig Gerlach, Alison M. Meadow
    − Salmon and Alder, Gasification of Low-value Biomass in Alaska, Shawn Freitas, Andres Soria, Cindy Bower
    − Unlocking Hydrocarbons from Biomass, J. Andres Soria
    − Carex spectabilis, A Sedge for landscaping and Revegetation in Alaska, Jay D. McKendrick
    − Horace Drury, In Memoriam, Nancy Tarnai
    − New Books and Other Publications at SNRAS

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