This week we want to highlight some great research being done by our collaborators. It has been just over a month since the Wildlife Response Team at the Alaska SeaLife Center responded to, and rescued a baby beluga who stranded in Cook Inlet. The young male, Tyonek, has been making steady progress on his way […]
Read More Listening for endangered Cook Inlet Belugas
In order to find out what habitat features an animal prefers, we need to be able to measure and monitor the environment. How do we do that? With remote sensing, a picture really is worth a thousand data points!
Read More A picture is worth a thousand data points
This week we want to highlight a really cool science program that you can take part in! Launched by NOAA, Steller Watch is an opportunity to contribute to efforts to better understand Steller sea lion declines in the Western Aleutians.
Read More Crowdsourcing sea lion science