Join the 2021 Scientists in Parks Fellows in a Water Cooler Chat related to topics covered during their summer internships. Details on presenters, times, and topics can be found below.
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2021 Summer Project Participants
- Hannah Bonner, Zion National Park, Harmful Algal Blooms in the Virgin River, Zion National Park
- Andrew Burchill, Isle of Royale National Park, Analysis of long term trends in bird abundance at Isle Royale National Park
- Alexandra Gulick, Christiansted National Historic Park and Buck Island Reef National Monument, Status assessment of the hawksbill turtle nesting population at Buck Island Reef National Monument: Next steps for effective management
- Kelsey Hollien, Saguaro National Park, Wildlife and climate change in high elevation springs in Saguaro National Park
- Sana Saiyed, Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, Develop climate change curriculum for high school students, focusing specifically on changes to the island of Hawai’i
- Andrea Salazar, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Monitoring and managing Endangered Forest Species in Muir Woods and surrounding GGNRA parklands
- Vida Svahnstrom, Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historic Park, Develop species-specific management strategies for endangered plants
- Joelee Tooley, Lassen Volcanic National Park, Climate Change Impacts on a Zoonotic Disease in Alpine Ecosystem
- Mary Burford Turnage, Dinosaur National Monument, Applied Geospatial Imaging Technology for Wildlife and Plant Conservation
- Sienna Wessel, Grand Teton National Park, Science communication and application to sagebrush steppe restoration in Grand Teton National Park