Erin Johnson, B.S. Biological Technician
- Wetland determinations
- Rate and invasive plant surveys
- Ecological land surveys
- Land rehabilitation
- Data management
Erin brings 5 years of experience in Alaska vegetation research to ABR. She has participated in numerous field studies conducting wetland delineations, performing rare and invasive plant surveys and ecological land surveys throughout the State of Alaska. She also participated in rehabilitation projects in the arctic oil fields to facilitate vegetation and wetland recovery. Erin received her Bachelors of Science in geology for the University of Montana Missoula.
- Cortés-Burns, H., T. Nawrocki, E. Johnson, and D. Collet. 2011 Unalakleet Wild River invasive plant management plan. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management, Anchorage Field Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage.
- Flagstad, L, H. Cortés-Burns, E. Johnson, L. Simpson and A. Brownlee. 2010. Viability of European bird cherry (Prunus padus L.) seed after two-year retention in traps along the Chester and Campbell Creek Trails, Anchorage, AK. Prepared for the Municipality of Anchorage. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 12 pp.
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