Pamela E. Seiser, M.S. Research Biologist

  • Waterfowl Biology
  • Seabird Ecology
  • Marine Pollution

Pam Seiser has extensive research experience in Alaska in both terrestrial and marine studies. Most recently she has been involved in studies on distribution and habitat use of breeding birds on the Arctic Coastal Plain. In the aftermath of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill, Pam studied the health, demographics, and foraging ecology of Pigeon Guillemots. She also has census seabird population from Southeast Alaska to Kodiak Island. Pam gained telemetry experience while working on an arctic fox study on the Kuskokwim-Yukon Delta. She also has three years of experience with international park development in West Africa.

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