AMLR in the News

 Flightless Bird and Manless Flight:  AMLR researchers use unmanned aerial vehicles to minimize disruption to flora and fauna, and to improve spatial coverage during pinniped and seabird studies (March 2, 2015)

 License to Krill: A Story About Ecosystem-Based Management (March 25, 2013)

Sea Animals Get Tagged for Double-duty Research: AMLR researcher Mike Goebel is co-Principal Investigator on elephant seal project (Science v313:8 Sept 2006 pp 1383-4)

Preserving the Last Great Place: NOAA Magazine Highlights the AMLR Program (12 May 2006)

 Frozen Under The previous link is a link to Non-Federal government web site. Click to review NOAA Fisheries disclaimer: National Geographic visits AMLR's Cape Shirreff field station (Roff Smith, 2001)

 

Springtime - with lots on snow! - at the Cape Shirreff field station on Livingston Island.

 

 

 

Last modified: 3/10/2015