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Affiliation / Address
Email
Interests
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Falk Huettmann
University of Alaska Fairbanks
EWHALE lab- Biology and Wildlife Dept., Institute of Arctic Biology
fffh [at] uaf.edu


David Hyrenbach
Hawaii Pacific University
45-045 Kamehameha Highway
Kaneohe, HI 96744
khyrenbach [at] hpu.edu
Foraging ecology, population dynamics and conservation of albatrosses .Application of remote sensing and tracking to design Marine Protected Areas.
1/30/2008
Michelle Hester
Oikonos - Ecosystem Knowledge
www.oikonos.org
michelle [at] oikonos.org
Black-footed Albatross ecology, K-12 education using albatross as ambassadors, island habitat restoration
4/29/2007
Louise Blight
Centre for Applied Conservation Research,
University of British Columbia
lkblight [at] interchange.ubc.ca
Conservation status, population dynamics, marine debris, invasive species on oceanic islands.

Robert Suryan
Hatfield Marine Science Center
Oregon State University
rob.suryan [at] oregonstate.edu
Foraging ecology, habitat use, population dynamics, satellite tracking and remote sensing applications, fisheries interactions, and public outreach.
5/8/2007
Scott
Shaffer
Dept. of Biological Sciences
San Jose State University
scott.shaffer [at] sjsu.edu
Foraging ecology, life history, physiological ecology of seabirds, Tagging of Pacific Pelagics (TOPP)
8/31/2009
Michelle Kappes
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
University of California Santa Cruz
kappes [at] biology.ucsc.edu
Foraging ecology, oceanographic habitat use, life history strategies, energetics, and demography. (TOPP)
9/26/2007
Jo Smith
TNC Canada
Birdsmith Ecological Research
PO Box 535 Smithers BC V0J 2N0
josmith[at]birdsmith.ca
Marine planning, cumulative effects, seabird bycatch in commercial longline and gillnet fisheries, salvaged birds, plastics, invasive species on islands, endangered species, marine policy
05/01/2016
Kim Dietrich
Contractor, Seattle, WA
kdiet [at] uw.edu
seabird bycatch, fisheries management, mitigation, observer data standards/best practice
09/24/2010
Liz Mitchell
Association for Professional Observers
emitch [at] efn.org
advocacy for observers and observer programs; monitoring the efficacy and enforcement of fisheries seabird bycatch mitigations, albatross biology and ecology
12/04/2007
Lindsay Young
Pacific Rim Conservation
Honolulu, Hawaii
lindsay [at] pacificrimconservation.com
Population genetics, foraging ecology, and breeding biology of Laysan Albatross. Restoration of procellariformes breeding colonies in Hawaii.

Kathy Kuletz
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
1011 E. Tudor Rd.
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
kathy_kuletz [at] fws.gov
At-sea distribution of seabirds, their habitat use, foraging ecology, fisheries interactions, conservation.

Sarah Allen
Point Reyes National Seashore
1 Bear Valley Rod
Point Reyes Station, CA 94956
sarah_allen [at] nps.gov
seabird conservation
2/25/08
Maura Naughton
US Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, OR
maura_naughton [at] fws.gov
breeding biology, population biology, management
2/27/08
Tracee Geernaert
IPHC
2320 West Commodore Wy #300
Seattle, WA 98199
tracee[at]iphc.int
Survey Coordinator for IPHC stock assessments; project contact for seabird surveys on our cruises; interested in fisheries interactions and reducing seabird bycatch in the longline fisheries
2/29/2008
Karen (Fischer) Courtot
U.S. Geological Survey, Pacific Island Ecosystems Research Center
karen.courtot [at] gmail.com
fisheries interactions, habitat use, foraging ecology
3/3/2008
Rachel Sprague
Department of Natural Resources
Pulama Lanai
1311 Fraser Ave., P.O. Box 630310
Lanai City, HI
rsprague [at] pulamalanai.com
Procellariform conservation and management in Hawaii. Stress physiology, energetics, fledging behavior, and parental investment in LAAL.
3/8/2017
Ann Edwards
School of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences, University of Washington
aee[at]u.washington.edu
foraging strategies, climate variability, life-history trade-offs, flight feather molt, stable istopes
4/13/08
Marc Romano
US Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, OR
marc_romano[at]fws.gov
Breeding Biology, demographics, foraging ecology, at-sea habitat use
7/10/2008
Simon Hoyle
Secretariat of the Pacific Community
simonh [at] spc.int
Population dynamics modeling, population biology, statistics, fish stock assessment
12/10/2008
Ken Morgan
CWS, Environment Canada, Sidney, BC, Canada
ken.morgan [at] dfo-mpo.gc.ca
Fisheries interactions, habitat use (at-sea distribution), foraging ecology, and conservation of albatrosses.
14/01/2009
Elizabeth Phillips
CIMRS-Oregon State University & NOAA-Fisheries
ephillips [at] mlml.calstate.edu
Fisheries interactions, population modeling, demography, foraging ecology, food habits, pollution impacts
1/19/2009
Stephani Zador
NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center & University of Washington
stephani.zador [at] noaa.gov
Fisheries interactions, population dynamics modeling, management, conservation
8/31/2009
Greg Balogh
USFWS Endangered Species Program, Anchorage, AK
Greg_balogh [at] fws.gov
Short-tailed albatross recovery implementation, international conservation, threat abatement, ESA considerations, ACAP
8/31/2009
Charles CHENG
Dept. Biology, Kaohsiung Medical Univ., Taiwan, ROC.
& Chinese Wild Bird Federation (BirdLife in Taiwan)
wn7a1001 [at]kmu.edu.tw
Sea birds conservation, Seabird Distribution, Fisheries interaction, Fishery observer training program, ACAP
9/01/2009
Rebecca Lewison
Biology Department,
San Diego State University
rlewison [at] mail.sdsu.edu
fisheries bycatch and fisheries effects, habitat mapping, population modelling, non-targeted contaminant analyses

Jessica Hardesty Norris
Seabird Program Director, American Bird Conservancy
jnorris [at] abcbirds.org
Conservation: Vegetation (e.g. Verbesina) management, Bycatch reduction (e.g. IATTC regs, work in MX) , Policy (e.g. ACAP implementing legislation)
9/01/2009


Christine Hunter
University of Alaska Fairbanks,
Biology and Wildlife Dept., Institute of Arctic Biology
christine.hunter [at] alaska.edu
Conservation and Population dynamics of seabirds
9/01/2009
Robert Pitman
NOAA Fisheries, Southwest Fisheries Science Center
robert.pitman[at]noaa.gov
Food habits of North Pacific albatrosses
09/04/2009
Stacy Vander Pol
National Institute of Standards and Technology
stacy.vanderpol [at] nist.gov
Contaminants, Plastics
09/29/2010
Linda Elliott
Hawaii Wildlife Center
info[at]hawaiiwildlifecenter.org
Rehabilitation, Contaminants, Husbandry, Handling, Public Outreach, Conservation
10/9/2010
Daisuke Ochi
National Reserch Institute of Far Seas Fisheries,
Shizuoka, Japan
otthii [at] affrc.go.jp
Foraging ecology, At-sea destribution, Fisheries interaction,
Reducing seabird bycatch in pelagic longline fisheries
11/13/2010
Scott Hall
Manager, Seabird Conservation
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
Scott.Hall [at] NFWF.org
Albatross Conservation: Invasive plant issues, Invasive animal issues, by-catch, fisheries interactions
11/15/2011
Sarah J Converse
Research Ecologist, USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
sconverse [at] usgs.gov
Monitoring design and population ecology of albatrosses
1/4/2012
Ellen W. Lance
USFWS, Endangered Species Program
ellen_lance [at] fws.gov
Short-tailed albatross recovery, ESA considerations, seabird bycatch,

Tom Good
NOAA Fisheries, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, 2725 Montlake Boulevard East, Seattle, WA 98112
tom.good [at] noaa.gov
Seabird bycatch; seabird-fisheries interactions, contaminants, seabird ecology
4/23/2014
Beth Flint
Pacific Reefs National Wildlife Refuge Complex and Marine National Monuments, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Honolulu, HI
beth_flint [at] fws.gov
Population biology, behavior, restoration ecology, climate change, ACAP
12 Feb 14
Yasuko Suzuki
Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife
Oregon State University
yasuko.suzuki [at] oregonstate.edu
seabird conservation, population dynamics, behavior
3/4/2014
Jessie Beck
Oikonos Ecosystem Knowledge
jessie [at] oikonos.org
Bycatch demographics, fisheries interactions, foraging ecology, population dynamics and conservation, plastics
6/12/2015
Brandee Gerke
National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Region Sustainable Fisheries Division
brandee.gerke@noaa.gov
Fisheries interactions, bycatch reduction engineering, population dynamics and conservation
2/08/2016
Laura Todd
US Fish and Wildlife Service, Newport Field Office, Newport, OR
laura_todd@fws.gov
Seabird bycatch; seabird-fisheries interactions; population dynamics, non-breeding habitat use, public education
10/04/2016
Gregory Spencer
National Solar Observatory, Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope, Pukalani, Hawaii
mauikolea@gmail.com
Seabird conservation, ecology of procellariids, fishery interaction, behavior and energetics, marine habitat and foraging, life history strategies, management actions
05/31/2017
Corey Clatterbuck
Biology Department | Graduate Group in Ecology
San Diego State Univ | Univ. of California - Davis
San Diego, CA, USA | Davis, CA, USA
cclatterbuck [at] ucdavis.edu
Seabirds as biomonitors; animal movement; at-sea distribution of legacy and emerging contaminants; marine conservation, policy, and management
8/31/2017
Liz Rave
Dept. of Biology, Bemidji State University, Bemidji, MN 56601
erave [at] bemidjistate.edu
albatross conservation, public education
1/30/18
Jason Jannot
NOAA Fisheries, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, 2725 Montlake Boulevard East, Seattle, WA 98112
jason.jannot [at] noaa.gov
Seabird bycatch; seabird-fishery interactions; albatross conservation
2/11/2018