Robert McNown, M.S. Research Biologist

  • Wetland delineation
  • Soil characterization
  • GIS habitat and wetland mapping
  • Marine mammal surveys
  • Database management and functional assessments

Robert has a strong background in ecology and especially plant biology and physiology. His thesis for his master's degree focused on the physiological plant ecology of northern treeline white spruce in the Noatak National Preserve. 

Since completing and publishing his MS work, Robert's main focus has been on wetland and habitat mapping projects throughout the State of Alaska. Robert has done a wide variety of field work, including off-channel salmon habitat surveying, long term habitat monitoring, bird point count, marine mammal observation, and fishery harvest monitoring projects. 

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