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Refuge Notebook: New aerial photography technology - little camera, big picture

...mapping, habitat change detection, structure and community protection, counting animals, and measuring snow depths. Mark Laker is an ecologist and database manager at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Find more information at http://www.fws...
Dura, Reimer win Tsalteshi Iceman

...04:09; 3. Tony Eskelin, 1:05:43; 4. John Mohorcich, 1:07:12; 5. Tom Kobylarz, 1:10:33; 6. Mark Laker, 1:23:55; 7. Matt Pyhala, 1:26:40; 8. Jeff Helminiak, 1:28:26; 9. Carl Kincaid, 1:33:26.Women...
Aquatic habitat mapping "Off-the-Shelf"

...monitoring efforts. Though I'll still need to put on my mask and fins to see for myself what's really under the water. Mark Laker has been an Ecologist with the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge since 2003.
Salmon Run, Cycle Series results posted; Fountain of Youth 5K set for Wednesday

...Dareena Doyle, 28:40; 84. Meg Mueller, 29:54; 85. Mark Laker, 30:02; 86. Rhys Cannava, 30:04; 87. Carter...McGarry, 34:05; 114. Spencer Dahlmon, 34:12; 115. Mark Laker, 34:19; 116. River Heames, 34:21; 117. Ethan...
Refuge staff honored

...making science accessible to a wider audience. The group award recipients include Dr. John Morton, Dr. Edward Berg, Mark Laker, Rick Ernst, Dr. Dawn Magness, Matthew Bowser, Todd Eskelin and Toby Burke. Supervisory refuge biologist John Morton...
New format of Tsalteshi Triathlon draws large crowd of competitors

...Wirschem, 56:50; 4. Allan Miller, 58:14; 5. Ben Praker, 1:02:48; 6. John Pothast, 1:04:02; 7. Mark Laker, 1:06:27; 8. Shawn Horning, 1:18:12. Ages 41-50 1. Ron Larsen, 44:27; 2. Alan Holt, 1:00:15...
Beck, Smith win Homer High Triathlon

...08:22; 11. Ed Banas, 2:08:55; 12. Peter Roedl, 2:15:58; 13. Christopher Hepp, 2:21:15; 14. Mark Laker, 2:24:39; 15. Nathanael Hardy, 2:25:04; 16. Deland Anderson, 2:26:56; 17. Tony Oliver, 2:28...
LiDAR: Provides wealth of information

...available through Alaska Mapped and the Statewide Digital Mapping Initiative ( Mark Laker is an Ecologist with Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Previous Refuge Notebook articles can be viewed on the refuge website...
On the refuge, two halves don't make a whole

...Peninsula into northern and southern halves, with reduced wildlife migration corridors connecting the two halves. Map by Mark Laker, KNWR staff I read an interesting essay by Lance Petersen, called the Fragmentation of Kenai. Published in 1983...
A fish, an opposable thumb, a bucket, and 18,000 years

...distribution of northern pike on the Kenai Peninsula. Map by Mark Laker The Kenai Peninsula began to emerge from the Wisconsin...of us make a living, or simply live here to enjoy. Mark Laker is an ecologist with the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge...


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