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Field Guide to ABR: Tony LaCortiglia

The ABR support staff ensure that our field operations, and our every day operations, are as efficient as possible, so our science staff can focus on science. This month we would like to introduce you to Tony LaCortiglia, a vital member of the ABR support team. 

2018 Interior Alaska Science Fair

ABR is proud to be a corporate sponsor of the Interior Alaska Science Fair which took place Wednesday through Saturday of last week here in Fairbanks. ABR Senior Scientist, Sue Bishop, was the co-coordinator again this year, and ABR gave out two special awards for outstanding projects in wildlife biology and environmental science. The future looks bright with these innovative scientists!

A Field Guide to ABR: Robert McNown

We are beginning a new series this year featuring some of the fantastic employees at ABR. We are very excited to start the series by profiling Research Biologist, Robert McNown.

ABR data reveal declines of Hawaiian Petrels and Newell’s Shearwaters on Kaua’i

A new paper co-authored by ABR Senior Scientists Brian A. Cooper and Robert H. Day illustrates conservation issues being faced by seabirds in the Hawaiian Islands. Populations of Hawaiian Petrels (Pterodroma sandwichensis) and Newell’s Shearwaters (Puffinus newlli) have been declining over the past 25 years, based on counts of both species on ornithological radar and on recoveries of newly fledged shearwaters in the island-wide “Save Our Shearwaters” (SOS) program.

ABR sparks conversation during Week of the Arctic

Senior Scientist Dr. JJ Frost will moderate the Arctic Roundtable public event next Mon 8 May 2017 at the Blue Loon. The topic is "Arctic Seas in a Time of Change: Status, Trends, and Implications Within and Beyond the Arctic." Senior Scientist Dr. Adrian Gall is serving as an expert panelist along with University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) professors Dr. Tom Weingartner and Dr. Lawson Brigham. This event is organized by the Arctic Institute of North America, and co-sponsored by the Week of the Arctic which will be taking place at UAF next week. As an added enticement there are free hors d'oeuvres before the event. Come one, come all!

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