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2003 Publications
(listed by order of acceptance date)

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Invasive plants in Alaska: assessment of research priorities
(Other)
(20-Nov-03)
INTRASPECIFIC COMPETITION AND SPATIAL HETEROGENEITY ALTER LIFE HISTORY TRAITS IN AN INDIVIDUAL-BASED MODEL OF GRASSHOPPERS
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(31-Oct-03)
ANIMAL PERFORMANCE AND PALATABILITY OF AN ALASKAN PRODUCED REINDEER DIET
(Proceedings)
(24-Aug-03)
BIOCHEMICAL AND FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES OF HERRING (CLUPEA HARENGUS) BYPRODUCT HYDROLYSATES
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(25-Jun-03)
EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR PROTECTING THE CARIBBEAN, LATIN AMERICA AND US FROM INVASIVE SPECIES
(Proceedings)
(20-May-03)
DAMAGE POTENTIAL OF GRASSHOPPERS (ORTHOPTERA: ACRIDIDAE) ON EARLY GROWTH STAGES OF SMALL-GRAINS AND CANOLA UNDER SUBARCTIC CONDITIONS.
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(24-Apr-03)
PROPERTIES OF PACIFIC COD FISH PROCESSING BYPRODUCT
(Proceedings)
(23-Feb-03)
DEVELOPMENT OF PROTEIN POWDERS FROM UNDERUTILIZED FISH IN ALASKA AND EVALUATION OF PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES
(Proceedings)
(23-Feb-03)
NUTRITIONAL PROPERTIES OF POLLOCK, COD, AND SALMON PROCESSING BYPRODUCTS
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(6-Feb-03)
Properties of Different Fish Processing By-Products From Pollock, Cod and Salmon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(6-Feb-03)
LUTEOVIRUS AND POLEROVIRUS FOUND IN SMALL GRAINS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE MATANUSKA-SUSITNA REGION OF ALASKA
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(16-Jan-03)