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Seth Beaudreault Seth Beaudreault
(Naturalist)

srbeaudreault@alaska.edu
907.455.2541 (Toolik)

Seth began working in Alaska on a salmon migration study in 2003 while earning a degree in Wildlife & Fisheries Conservation from UMass Amherst. After graduating in 2005 he divided each year between fisheries biology projects in Alaska, migratory bird studies in Central and South America, guiding on a tallship in Antarctica, and touring around Europe with a Norwegian experimental music group. He has settled down since joining the Environmental Data Center in 2011 and now migrates between Toolik Field Station and his small farm in Costa Rica.

Colin Edgar Colin Edgar
(Research Technician)

cedgar3@alaska.edu
907.474.5043 (Fairbanks)

Colin helps operate the meteorological station at Toolik Field Station. He also works at the UAF Institute of Arctic Biology on several long-term eddy covariance projects, including sites near Toolik at Imnavait Cr. His research expertise includes working with dataloggers, meteorological sensors, and renewable energy systems.

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