UA/RS 09. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
The collection (1967-1997, undated) contains biographical information and professional correspondence. The collection also contains a number of Dr. Manwiller’s professional publications that focus on his work with properties of pine, oak, and maple.
The collection (1950-2007, undated) contains biographical information and professional correspondence. The collection also contains a number of Dr. Thomson’s professional publications. These publications focus on Dr. Thomson’s work with management, range management forest photogrammetry, forest history, and Midwestern forest history.
The collection (1953-1969) contains biographical information. The collection also contains an assortment of Dr. Gatherum’s professional publications that focus on his work with Range Management and Plant Physiology.
This collection (1879-1980) includes biographical data, correspondence, photographs, papers and publications by and about Herbert Osborn, and chapters, from the unpublished autobiography, Life Chronicle of a Naturalist, which documents Osborn's life up to 1943.
The collection (1966-1986) contains biographical information. The collection also contains an assortment of Dr. Gordon’s professional publications that focus on his work with physiological criteria for use in juvenile forestry products and Biochemistry.
The collection (1972-1978, undated) contains biographical information. The collection also contains papers and research proposals relating to Dr. Promnitz’s interests in statistical models for tree growth.
The collection (1975-2006, undated) contains biographical information and Wray’s publications. The publications focus on his research with agroforestry, tree production, and Christmas tree production in Iowa.
The collection contains biographical information and articles written by Shearer. In addition, the papers contain “The History of the Animal Science Department” and the research materials he collected in order to write this history. These documents include lists of graduates and faculty members and information regarding alumni.
Regis D. Voss worked at Iowa State University as an Extension Agronomist and Professor (1964-1999) at Iowa State University. Voss's research focus at Iowa State University was the investigation of crop response from fertilizers, factors affecting the crop response, mathematical description of the response, and degree of effect by environmental factors. The collection contains papers and reports by Voss, soil survey results, and soil testing slides.
The collection (1976-2001) primarily consists of published articles and research proposals of Richard B. Hall, Professor of Forestry in the Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management at Iowa State University. The collection also includes biographical information and an annual report for the Breeding Alnus for Intensive Culture of Biomass for Energy Project, sponsored by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, United States Department of Energy.