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Abigail Kingsley Alling

President

Planetary Coral Reef Foundation

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Planetary Coral Reef Foundation

P.O. Box 201

Pacific Palisades, California,90272

United States

Company Description

The Planetary Coral Reef Foundation (PCRF) was founded in 1991 to address the global coral reef crisis. An estimated 25% of the world's reefs have already disappeared and an estimated two-thirds of all coral reefs are at risk today. In Southeast Asia, more tha...more

Background Information

Employment History

Founder and President

Biosphere Foundation LTD


Affiliations

The Explorers Club

Fellow


Linnean Society

Fellow


New York Academy of Sciences

Fellow


ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Fellow


The Linnaean Society of New York

Fellow


Paris

Committee Member


World Academy of Art and Science

Fellow


Education

Biology

Middlebury College


B.A. degree

Biology

Middlebury College


Masters

Environmental Sciences

Yale University


Web References(86 Total References)


The Board of PCRF

ww.pcrf.org [cached]

Abigail Alling, M.S is the Co-founder and President of the Biosphere Foundation and its project the Planetary Coral Reef Foundation (PCRF).
For the past 33 years, Ms. Alling has been actively engaged in marine, conservation and closed systems research and development projects. During the years of 1996 to 1994, she created and operated the largest artificial ecological marine system, a 1,000,000 gallon mangrove, marsh and ocean coral reef, served as Scientific Chief for over sixty research projects, and was one of the eight people to live inside Biosphere 2 for two years. A Fellow of both the Linnean Society and Explorers Club, Ms. Alling is a cum laude graduate of Middlebury College in Biology and also received an M.S. degree in Environmental Studies, cum laude from Yale University.


WWG - THE PLANETARY CORAL REEF FOUNDATION (PCRF)

www.wastewatergardens.com [cached]

Abigail Alling, M.S.
President, PCRF


Bioneers

www.bioneers.org [cached]

Abigail Alling (www.pcrf.org), the co-founder, CEO and president of Planetary Coral Reef Foundation (PCRF), has been actively engaged in marine, environmental and closed systems research and development projects for 23 years, and is a fellow of both the Linnean Society and the Explorers Club.She was one of the eight ,biospherians, to live inside the Biosphere 2 closed system for two years and was the one who created and operated the largest artificial ecological marine system ever designed there.


REEF AQUARIUM FARMING NEWS 15 p 2

www.garf.org [cached]

In Mexico, resort hotels and restaurants are permitted to drill holes into the bedrock and pump human waste from septic tanks into the holes, says Abigail Alling, director of the Planetary Coral Reef Foundation, Bonsall, Calif.
The bedrock along the Yucatan coast consists of porous limestone that allows the sewage to seep out into the water along its once-pristine beaches. The sewage pollutes the coastal water, and its high content of phosphorous and nitrogen damages the coral reefs. "The problem in Yucatan is that just a few decades ago, you had a population under 30,000 people. Now there are 3 million additional visitors per year, and sewage is being pumped nonstop down the holes," Alling says. Alling says the governments of Egypt, Maldives, Kenya, Australia, Bali and Israel also are planning to construct the systems. She says the foundation's interest in promoting the system is in preserving coral reefs. It is using money made from sales of the systems to fund the nonprofit group's other scientific projects. Coral reef clues Nelson and Alling combined their interests after the Biosphere 2 project, in which they and six other people lived in a closed ecological environment for two years. Alling, who was scientific director of the Biosphere project, managed a living coral reef inside one of the Biosphere's domes. During the two-year stay, Alling says, the coral reef became the canary of the coal mine.


PCRF In Space

pcrf.org [cached]

Abigail Alling (alling@pcrf.org)
President


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