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Ms. Abigail Kingsley Alling

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  • Middlebury College
  • Masters , Environmental Sciences
    Yale University
  • M.S. degree , cum laude , Environmental Studies
    Yale University
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Who’s Who | Synergetic Press | Regenerating People & Planet, 31 May 2015 [cached]
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Abigail Kingsley Alling co-founded the non-profit organization, Biosphere Foundation (BF), in 1991 while living inside Biosphere 2 and continues today as its President and Chief Executive Officer.
At Biosphere 2 (1986-1994), Abigail managed its research program and created & operated the largest artificial ecological marine system - a 1,000,000-gallon mangrove marsh and coral reef. She has sailed the world's oceans including a voyage to the Antarctic Peninsula to study humpback whale population genetics in collaboration with the National Cancer Research Institute.
In the early eighties she lived in Sri Lanka for five years to set up a marine mammal sanctuary with WWF, UNEP and the National Aquatic Resource Agency and in 1987, she was the marine biologist who supervised the historic first successful release of two captive bottlenose dolphins back to the wild.
Abigail is a Fellow of the Academy of Arts & Sciences, New York Academy of Sciences, Linnaean Society and Explorers Club. She graduated from Middlebury College (Biology) with Honors and received a Masters in Environmental Sciences with Honors from Yale University.
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Abigail Kingsley Alling
Biosphere Foundation Contact Information, 15 Aug 2014 [cached]
Abigail Kingsley Alling Founder & President
Synergetic Press | Authors, 19 Oct 2011 [cached]
Abigail Alling | Mark Nelson | Sally Silverstone | 1980 Planet Earth Conference held at the Institute of Ecotechnics, Aix-en-Provence, France. | Authors
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Abigail Alling
For the past 23 years, Ms. Alling has actively engaged in marine, environmental and closed system research and development projects. Presently, she is co-founder and CEO of Biosphere Foundation and its division, the Planetary Coral Reef Foundation (PCRF), a non-profit corporation dedicated to the study of Earth's coral reef ecosystems. PCRF maintains a research base in Akumal, Mexico and a research ship, the RV Heraclitus, which is now on its second mission to study coral reefs worldwide, a decade long, (2000 - 2010) "Planetary Coral Reefs and Cultures Expedition. For more information
As CEO of Biosphere Foundation, Ms. Alling heads up its design and development of a manned Mars Base Mission simulation project called "Mars on Earth."
From 1991-1993, Ms. Alling was one of the eight "biospherians" to live for two years inside Biosphere 2, a 3.15 acre Laboratory for Global Ecology. Inside Biosphere 2, she served as the Scientific Chief for over sixty research projects.
After the successful completion of the two year closure, she became the Assistant Vice-President for Biospheric Development. From 1986 to 1994, Ms. Alling was also the Director of Marine Ecological Systems at Biosphere 2, where she created and operated the largest artificial ecological marine system, a 1,000,000 gallon mangrove marsh and ocean coral reef.
Previously, Ms. Alling was the Expedition Chief on the RV Heraclitus for the "Circumnavigation of South America" Expedition, which included a six-week voyage to the Antarctic Peninsula to study humpback whale population genetics in collaboration with the National Cancer Research Institute. In 1985, she served as the marine biologist supervising the historic first successful release of two captive bottlenose dolphins back to the wild. Additionally, she has been the recipient of numerous grants to conduct cetacean research in the world's oceans under the auspices of a variety of organizations, including: the World Wildlife Fund, United Nations, Tides Foundation, Institute of Ecotechnics and Marine Mammal Commission.
Ms. Alling is a Fellow of both the Linnean Society (UK) and Explorers Club. She also serves as a Committee Member of the Paris-based, Espace Mer.
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