Author Archives: Mo Correll

Alison Kocek presents at Waterbird Society meeting in Germany

Alison Kocek presented a paper and poster at The Waterbird Society 37th Annual Meeting and International Wader Study Group Conference in Wilhelmshaven, Germany where both saltmarsh and seaside sparrows were granted the esteem of becoming honorary waterbirds!

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The SHARP 2013 survey season has begun!

May 1 marks the beginning of SHARP surveys for 2013. Survey will run from May 1 to July 15 in most regions, with the exception of downeast Maine, which begins surveys on May 15 and end August 1. ┬áTo access … Continue reading

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Mo Correll presents at Annual MAWS meeting

Mo Correll presented about her dissertation research and the SHARP project at the Annua Maine Association of Wetland Scientist (MAWS) Annual meeting in Augusta, ME. The presentation can be downloaded here:

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Guest lecture on tidal marsh ecology and SHARP at the University of New England

Graduate student Mo Correll guest lectured for the University of New England’s Wetland Ecology and Wetland Wildlife course on October 10, covering basics of tidal marsh ecology and SHARP. The slides for the lecture can be found here:

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2012 surveys complete!

Surveys at roughly 1660 points along the Atlantic coast have been completed for 2012! The last points were completed on Ilesboro and Warren Islands in Maine on July 31. The majority of surveys ran from May 1 – July 15, … Continue reading

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BiodiversityWorks reflects on SHARP survey effort

BiodiversityWorks, an environmental non-profit organization on Martha’s Vineyard led by Luanne Johnson, recently blogged about contributing to the SHARP survey effort:

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NYC Audubon blogs about SHARP surveys

New York City Audubon, an active collaborator for SHARP survey efforts on Long Island and Staten Island, added a recent entry to their blog about their experience with our program:

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