Mary Anne Bishop, PhD

Research Ecologist

300 Breakwater, PO Box 705 Cordova, Alaska 99574
907-424-5800 x 228

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Mary Anne is a research ecologist with a doctorate from the University of Florida at Gainesville. Her research focuses primarily on estuarine ecology, including the shorebirds, estuarine fishes and benthic invertebrates that inhabit the estuarine environment. For more than a decade she has been a co-principal investigator on the Pacific Flyway Shorebird Migration Program studying migration strategies and the importance of coastal habitats used by shorebirds during spring migration. Since 1987 Bishop has worked cooperatively with the International Crane Foundation and Chinese scientists on the Tibetan Plateau studying the ecology and conservation of bar-headed geese and the endangered black-necked crane.

Research Projects by Mary Anne Bishop, PhD

March 15, 2019

Status of Prince William Sound Herring

Related posts Herring spawn in Port Gravina. Photo: Shane Shepard, Alaska Department of Fish & Game May 6, 2020 High Herring Abundance in Prince William SoundRead […]
December 12, 2018

Locations of PWS acoustic arrays

***The point of contact for these moorings is Mary Anne Bishop (907) 424-5800 x 228 or Ben Gray (907) 424-5800 x 234 *** To download the […]
August 30, 2018

Resolving the Annual Pelagic Distribution of Tufted Puffins

Related posts February 27, 2020 Middleton Island PuffinsRead More October 10, 2018 2018 Tufted Puffin Field Work Photo HighlightsRead More Thousands of Tufted Puffins nest on […]
March 27, 2018

Disease susceptibility and fitness costs in shorebirds

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