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Team Member Spotlight: Evan Adams
Evan is a quantitative ecologist at the Biodiversity Research Institute, a non-profit based out of Portland, ME that is focused on integrating science into policy-making. Evan sits on the GoMAMN Steering Committee, co-chairs the Seabirds Committee, and helps lead a post-hoc committee on data sharing and integration. Evan also co-led chapters in the recently published Strategic Bird Monitoring Guidelines.
In this interview, Evan provided us with details on his background and his perspective on avian monitoring in the Gulf. We also learn who Evan’s hero is and that he once worked with particle accelerators.
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