Seabirds of Prince William Sound
Two separate teams of Alcoa volunteers will help conduct surveys of seabirds in Shoup Bay, Prince William Sound, Alaska, which is an area with pronounced evidence of local climate change. The first volunteer is James Stanley (Rockdale, Texas, USA), followed the next week by Steven Jamieson (Kwinana, Australia) and Gregory Peterson (Kwinana, Australia). June 1-14 and June 16-29


Steven Jamieson's Diary
Gregory Peterson's Diary
James Stanley's Diary


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Prince William Sound Natural History
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ValdezScience
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Earthwatch Institute


Learn more about this international nonprofit, which supports scientific field research worldwide.
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Seabirds of Prince William Sound


Learn more about the expedition and its scientists.
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