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Sue Mauger

Science Director

Cook Inletkeeper

HQ Phone:  (907) 235-4068

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Cook Inletkeeper

3734 Ben Walters Lane

Homer, Alaska,99603

United States

Company Description

Cook Inletkeeper is a community-based nonprofit organization that combines advocacy, education and science toward its mission to protect Alaska's Cook Inlet watershed and the life it sustains. Inletkeeper's monitoring and science work builds credibility with s...more

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Employment History

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Juneau Empire


Project Director for the Aquatic Invertebrate Monitoring Program

The Xerces Society


Web References(37 Total References)


Staff — Cook Inletkeeper

inletkeeper.org [cached]

Sue leads Inletkeeper's efforts to elevate the importance of salmon stream protection in the face of rapid climate change.
Sue joined Inletkeeper in Summer 2000, and has considerable experience in water chemistry, water quality monitoring, and macroinvertebrate assessment. Before joining Inletkeeper, Sue worked for the Xerces Society as Project Director for the Aquatic Invertebrate Monitoring Program and for Earthwatch, as Project Coordinator in the Life Sciences Department of Field Operations. Sue holds a B.S. in Zoology from Duke University and an M.S. in Fisheries Science from Oregon State University. sue@inletkeeper.org 907.235.4068 x24 Susanna Sharp, Development Director Susanna Sharp, Development Director Susanna joined Cook Inletkeeper in 2010 to oversee the organization's membership, grant writing and fund development efforts. Susanna has 10 years of experience working with a wide range of nonprofit organizations to streamline operations, develop programs and raise funding. She has written and edited professionally since 1998. Susanna holds a MA in Journalism from Syracuse University and a BS in Geography from the University of California.


Study monitors streams for changes in temperature | Homer News

homernews.com [cached]

Inletkeeper's science director, Sue Mauger, said that the study looked at 48 different streams, and that continuous monitoring is happening at 17 streams around the Cook Inlet basin.


lastfrontierfreethinkers.org

Sue Mauger\, S cience Director at Cook Inletkeeper\, coordinates water temperature monito ring networks across Cook Inlet and Bristol Bay salmon streams.
On Earth D ay\, Sue will discuss recent findings and why anticipating the magnitude a nd scope of ecological changes to freshwater habitats is essential for the Kenai Peninsula’s salmon\, economy\, and societal health. DTSTART;TZID=America/Anchorage:20160422T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/Anchorage:20160422T203000 GEO:+60.487724;-151.136303 LOCATION:KPC Residence Hall @ 949 E Poppy Ln\, Soldotna\, AK 99669\, USA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Salmon Under Stress: Rising Temperatures in Kenai Peninsula’s Salmo n Habitat URL:http://lastfrontierfreethinkers.org/?ai1ec_event=salmon-under-stress-ri sing-temperatures-in-kenai-peninsulas-salmon-habitat X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html: \\n Sue Mauger\, Science Director at Cook Inlet keeper\, coordinates water temperature monitoring networks across Cook Inl et and Bristol Bay salmon streams. On Earth Day\, Sue will discuss recent findings and why anticipating the magnitude and scope of ecological change s to freshwater habitats is essential for the Kenai Peninsula’s salmon\, e conomy\, and societal health.


lastfrontierfreethinkers.org

Sue Mauger\, Sci ence Director at Cook Inletkeeper\, coordinates water temperature monitori ng networks across Cook Inlet and Bristol Bay salmon streams.
On Earth Day \, Sue will discuss recent findings and why anticipating the magnitude and scope of ecological changes to freshwater habitats is essential for the K enai Peninsula’s salmon\, economy\, and societal health.


www.adn.com

All of this, Cook Inletkeeper's science director Sue Mauger said, is stressful for Alaska's iconic fish.


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