News

Recent news and events at ABR. 

ABR biologist runs to the top!

ABR's own amazing Kristen Bartecchi Rozell had a fantastic finish at the Empire State Building Run-Up this past week. 8th women to finish and 3rd in her age group! Way to go Kristen!

ABR at the Alaska Marine Science Symposium 25-29 January 2016

ABR will be at the Alaska Marine Science Symposium this week in Anchorage. Here is a schedule and topics of the ABR presentations:

ABR at the Resource Development Council's Alaska Resources Conference

If you are attending the Resource Development Council's Alaska Resources Conference in Anchorage this week, stop by and visit with us. We have a fantastic, interactive display and our staff will be on hand to discuss our services. In addition, ABR will make a $10 donation to one of three non-profits (your choice of Doctors Without Border, The Nature Conservancy of Alaska or Bean's Cafe), when you drop your business card in the bowl.

Adrian Gall at the World Seabird Conference in Cape Town, South Africa

Senior Scientist, Adrian Gall attended the World Seabird Conference in Cape Town, South Africa. She presented a paper on "Habitat associations of the seabird community in the Northeastern Chukchi Sea". There were 550 participants from 41 countries. It was a wonderful opportunity to share research supported by our clients with an international community dedicated to seabird conservation.

ABR Awarded NASA ABoVE (Arctic Boreal Vulnerability Experiement) Project.

ABR was recently awarded a project under the NASA ABoVE (Arctic Boreal Vulnerability Experiment) program. ABR Senior Scientist, Dr. JJ Frost will be leading a multi-disciplinary project in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta region with partners at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska Ecoscience, the National Snow & Ice Data Center, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and the Western Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative. For more information and to read the abstract of this project, please visit:

ABR's triple bottom line: "Environmental stewardship, social responsibility, and economic viability"