Faculty & Staff Publications:


  • T.A. Radenbaugh. 2013. Temperature Tolerance of the Isopod Saduria entomon in
    Southwest Alaska. In: F.J. Mueter, D.M.S. Dickson, H.P. Huntington, J.R. Irvine, E.A.Logerwell, S.A. MacLean, L.T. Quakenbush, and C. Rosa (eds.), Responses of Arctic Marine Ecosystems to Climate Change. Alaska Sea Grant, University of Alaska Fairbanks.


  • Radenbaugh, T. A. 2012. Engaging Rural Alaskan Students in Geoscience. Supporting and Advancing Geoscience Education in Two-Year Colleges (SAGE 2YC)
  • Marsik, T. “Net-zero Energy Home in Dillingham Is Possible”, Ruralite magazine, Sept. issue, pp. 4,5,8, 2012.


  • Radenbaugh, T. A. and S. Wingert. 2011. Chapter 4.7: Values of Nushagak Bay: Past, Present, and Future. In: North by 2020: Alaskan Perspectives on Changing Circumpolar Systems, A. Lovecraft and H. Eicken (eds). University of Alaska Press.


  • Marsik, T. and R. Johnson, “Model for Estimation of Traffic Pollutant Levels in Northern Communities,” Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, vol. 60, pp. 1335–1340, 2010, available at
  • Marsik, T. “Basic Study of Renewable Energy Alternatives for Electricity Generation in Dillingham/Aleknagik Region”, prepared for: Nushagak Electric and Telephone Cooperative (NETC), Dillingham, AK, 2009; distributed by NETC and through Ruralite magazine, Feb, Mar, and Apr issues, 2010.
  • Radenbaugh, T. A. and S. Wingert. 2010. Kanekok River water quality monitoring. Special Report for US Fish and Wildlife Service, Togiak National Wildlife Refuge


  • Barnes, D., R. Johnson, R. Wies, T. Marsik, C. Milne, S. Underbakke, D. Filler, “Dust Measurement to Determine Effectiveness of Rural Dust Strategies”, in Proc. of the ASCE 14th Conference on Cold Regions Engineering, Duluth, Minnesota, 2009, available at



  • Marsik, T., R. Johnson, “Use of a State-Space Model to Study the Effect of Outdoor Air Quality on Indoor Air in Fairbanks Alaska,” Indoor and Built Environment, vol. 16, pp. 538–547, 2007, available at
  • Radenbaugh, T. A. 2007. Capacity Building in Rural Alaska For the Earth. In: Alaska Native-Serving and Native Hawaiian-Serving Institutions, Education Grants Program Impact Report 2001-2007. University of Alaska Fairbanks and University of Hawaii
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