Marine Mammals & Sea Birds

Arctic Marine Biodiversity Observing Network (AMBON)
  Assessing Changes in Reproductive and Population Dynamics of Pacific Walruses (Odobenus rosmarus divergens) in the Bering Sea through Long-Term Monitoring
  Chukchi Sea Environmental Studies Program: Benthic Ecology
 

Changes in Ecosystem Production and Benthic Biodiversity Following the Widespread Loss of an Ecosystem Engineer

This project will examine the consequences of the loss of kelp forests in the Aleutian Archipelago to primary production and benthic biodiversity.

  Development and Validation of a Technique for Detection of Stress and Pregnancy in Large Whales
  Impacts of humpback whale predation at salmon hatchery release sites on net foraging gain and hatchery economics.
  Impacts of Local Oceanographic Processes on Adelie Penguin Foraging Ecology Over Palmer Deep (CONVERGE)

Long-term monitoring of ecological communities in Kachemak Bay

Part of the Gulf Watch Alaska Monitoring Program, this project is seeking to understand long-term trends and natural variability in biological communities in Kachemak Bay, Alaska.

Mapping Steller sea lion reproduction
  Port Valdez Environmental Studies Program

Sea otters versus seastars as major clam predators: evidence from foraging pits and shell litter

As part of the on-going monitoring in Kachemak Bay Alaska, this project is examining the importance of sea otters versus sea stars in the predation of clams.

  Steller sea lion diet, stress, and pregnancy
Watching Walrus

 

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