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Paper in a Nutshell: Is she eating for two?

Posted on: October 12, 2017Posted in: 60 North Science Blog
This nutshell is about based on a recently published paper about developing methods to detect pregnancy in Steller sea lions.
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Audubon Watchlist Alaska

Posted on: October 5, 2017Posted in: 60 North Science Blog
Audobon Alaska just published a new Alaska watchlist, ranking species that are vulnerable, at risk, or in severe decline. This list serves as a great reminder of the important work our ASLC team does to promote the conservation of the animals we work with.
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Bio-logging Day 5: Horizons

Posted on: September 29, 2017Posted in: 60 North Science Blog
Some thoughts and stories as the conference wraps up!
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Bio-logging Day 4: Why do scientists attend symposiums or conferences?

Posted on: September 28, 2017Posted in: 60 North Science Blog
Attending conferences is vital to advancing science--Shea Steingass, a PhD student at OSU shares with us her experience at BLS6 and what it means to an early career researcher to have this opportunity.  
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Bio-logging Day 3: Show me the data!

Posted on: September 27, 2017Posted in: 60 North Science Blog
Did you know data generated by animal-borne oceanographic samplers or simply the tracks that instrumented marine animals take – are often publicly available?
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