Alaska has an abundance of aquatic life consisting of whales, dolphins, seals and fish. Patrick Ressler deals with the Alaska Fisheries Science Center's Midwater Assessment and Conservation Engineering program. His research interests consist of comprehending just how physical oceanographic features affect the distribution of zooplankton, fish, and other higher predators, using acoustic field methods to the research of patterns in zooplankton and fish abundance and circulation, developing acoustic signs for use in fisheries management and supply analysis, and learning just how aquatic ecosystems reply to climate change. Kirsten Simonsen collaborates with the Alaska Fisheries Science Center's Midwater Assessment and Conservation Engineering program. Before joining NOAA Fisheries, Kirsten mosted likely to Roger Williams University to go after a level in Marine Biology. She spent a year after university functioning at the University of Maryland Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, before relocating back to New York to help a charitable marine organic field station, showing senior high school interns and numerous school groups about aquatic ecology.
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