COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Field Notes

PWSSC produces Field Notes, a three-to-five minute science program that’s aired on local public radio. Since 2010, Field Notes has allowed us to reach a broader audience in Prince William Sound and outlying areas in the upper Copper River Basin, increasing our scope of connecting with our citizens.

The Field Notes program can be seen on YouTube, and we will expand to include broadcasting on iTunes and other podcast platforms.


2017


PWSSC- Field Notes Ocean Monitoring and Plankton Cameras
PWSSC- Field Notes Modeling Herring Population dynamics in PWS
PWSSC- Field Notes Acoustic Sampling of Herring
PWSSC- Field Notes Herring Disease Research
PWSSC- Field Notes Overwinter Energetics of Herring
PWSSC- Field Notes Herring Research and Monitoring Program Coordination
PWSSC- Field Notes Continuous Plankton Recorder

2016


PWSSC- Field Notes Non-Lethal Sampling of Juvenile Herring

2015


PWSSC- Field Notes Humpback Whale Feeding Habits in PWS

2012


PWSSC- Field Notes State of Prince William Sound and Herring
PWSSC- Field Notes Fish Predation on Herring
PWSSC- Field Notes Seabird Predation on Herring

2011


PWSSC- Field Notes Whale Predation on Herring
PWSSC- Field Notes Herring Disease and Parasites
PWSSC- Field Notes Catching Snowflakes
PWSSC- Field Notes Middleton Island Part 1
PWSSC- Field Notes Middleton Island Part 2
PWSSC- Field Notes Fall is the Season for Mushrooms
PWSSC- Field Notes Parasitic Barnacles
PWSSC- Field Notes Black Turnstones Part 1
PWSSC- Field Notes Black Turnstones Part 2
PWSSC- Field Notes Processing Herring in the Lab
PWSSC- Field Notes Invasive European Black Slugs
PWSSC- Field Notes Zodiacal Light in the Spring
PWSSC- Field Notes Bull Kelp
PWSSC- Field Notes Iceworms
PWSSC- Field Notes Winter Ice Safety
PWSSC- Field Notes Declining Populations of Marbled Murrelets Part 1
PWSSC- Field Notes Declining Populations of Marbled Murrelets Part 2

2010


PWSSC- Field Notes Winter is Coming
PWSSC- Field Notes As Winter Approaches
PWSSC- Field Notes Tunicates
PWSSC- Field Notes Bison in Alaska
PWSSC- Field Notes Flower Flies
PWSSC- Field Notes Tardigrades or Water Bears Part 1
PWSSC- Field Notes Tardigrades or Water Bears Part 2
PWSSC- Field Notes Herring Research in Prince William Sound
PWSSC- Field Notes Fossil Coral Reefs and Climate Change
PWSSC- Field Notes Eyak Lake Storm Water Runoff
PWSSC- Field Notes Extreme Volcanoes

2009


PWSSC- Field Notes 1 Research in Simpson Bay Part 1
PWSSC- Field Notes Research in Simpson Bay Part 2
PWSSC- Field Notes Invasive Black Slugs Part 1
PWSSC- Field Notes Invasive Black Slugs Part 2
PWSSC- Field Notes Coast Guard Oceanography Cruise Part 1
PWSSC- Field Notes Coast Guard Oceanography Cruise Part 2
PWSSC- Field Notes Winter Seabird Surveys in Prince William Sound
PWSSC- Field Notes Snowrollers on Lake Eyak
PWSSC- Field Notes ROV Project
PWSSC- Field Notes Antarctic Sub Glacial Lakes

2008


PWSSC- Field Notes Tiny Animals Living in the Forest Floor
PWSSC- Field Notes Tree Galls or Burls
PWSSC- Field Notes POST Tracking Fish with Acoustic Tags Part 1
PWSSC- Field Notes Rockfish Tagging Project

2007


PWSSC- Field Notes Astronomy in the Springtime
PWSSC- Field Notes Alaska’s Glaciers
PWSSC- Field Notes Porcupines in Alaska
PWSSC- Field Notes Prehistoric Alaska Part 1
PWSSC- Field Notes Prehistoric Alaska Part 2
PWSSC- Field Notes Prehistoric Alaska Part 3
PWSSC- Field Notes Prehistoric Alaska Part 4
PWSSC- Field Notes Iridium Flares in the Sky
PWSSC- Field Notes Brown, Black, White and Blue Bears in Alaska

2006


PWSSC- Field Notes Bats in Alaska
PWSSC- Field Notes Recycling Salmon Waste in Cordova, Alaska

2005


PWSSC- Field Notes Winter Constellations Part 1
PWSSC- Field Notes Winter Constellations Part 2
PWSSC- Field Notes Mosquitoes in Alaska
PWSSC- Field Notes Mushrooms and Fungi
PWSSC- Field Notes Lichens and their Kin
PWSSC- Field Notes The Great Migration
PWSSC- Field Notes Sand Hill Crane Migration
PWSSC- Field Notes Fall is Here and Winter is Coming
PWSSC- Field Notes Sundews…A Carnivorous Plant Living Around Cordova
PWSSC- Field Notes Sundogs and Moonrings
PWSSC- Field Notes Why are Skies Blue and Clouds White?