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Abigail Gaie Alling

Founder and President

Biosphere Foundation LTD

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Biosphere Foundation LTD

P.O. Box 112636

Campbell, California,95011

United States

Company Description

We focus on "crisis points:" areas where indigenous people experience the day-to-day impact of environmental devastation caused by excessive energy and resource exploitation. Our aim is to provide information, know-how and education to make a difference to t...more

Background Information

Employment History

President

Planetary Coral Reef Foundation


Affiliations

The Explorers Club Inc

Fellow


Linnean Society

Fellow


New York Academy of Sciences

Fellow


The Linnaean Society of New York

Fellow


Academy of Arts & Sciences

Fellow


Paris

Committee Member


The World Academy of Art and Science

Fellow


Education

B.A. degree

Biology

Middlebury College


Masters

Environmental Sciences

Yale University


Web References(99 Total References)


The Board of PCRF

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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.


Our team - Biosphere Foundation

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Abigail Kingsley Alling
Founder & President For the past 33 years, 'Gaie' has been actively engaged in marine conservation and environmental projects. She received a Masters of Science degree from Yale University and was the former Director of Marine Ecological Systems for the 'Biosphere 2' project and Director of Research during the 1991-1993 experiment. Gaie@biospherefoundation.org Abigail Alling CV


Biosphere Foundation Contact Information

www.biospherefoundation.org [cached]

Abigail Kingsley Alling
Founder & President alling@pcrf.org


SolarOasis : spotlight on innovation

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Included in the discussions were Abigail Alling, Mark Van Thillo, John Allen (inventor of the original Biosphere), and William Dempster.
Photo courtesy Abigail Alling (Biosphere Foundation)


Abigail Kingsley Alling | Biospherics

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Abigail Kingsley Alling
Abigail Kingsley Alling Research and Development of marine, environmental and closed systems projects. Presently, she is, with John Allen, 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 ship, The Infinity, which conducts its mission to study coral reefs worldwide.www.pcrf.org 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. This prototype Mars Base will simulate an inhabited Mars Mission on Earth to determine the feasibility of maintaining humans in a self-sustaining system. 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. Many documentaries have featured her work and have been broadcasted around the world. These include: Buddha and the Biosphere for Vis a Vis French Television and The Coral Dance for Asahi Japan and Canal + French Television. PCRF's work on coral reefs aboard the RV Heraclitus will be featured in a forthcoming three part National Geographic Asia television program. Ms. Alling is the co-author of 'Life Under Glass', published by Synergetic Press, a personal account of her experiences while living inside Biosphere 2, and has published numerous papers on cetaceans and closed systems. She graduated cum laude from Middlebury College where she received her B.A. degree in Biology, and also received an M.S. degree in Environmental Studies, cum laude from Yale University.


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