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Alicia Berlin is a Research Wildlife Biologist at the Eastern Ecological Science Center in Laurel, MD.
Her background is in physiological ecology (the science of linking the physiology of an animal with on the ground management actions) and ornithology. Her research interests include bioenergetics modeling of waterbirds, habitat utilization of Atlantic seabirds using state of the art tracking technologies and developing innovative techniques to determine underwater noise impacts and potential deterrents on seabirds.
Ph.D., Foraging values of Mulinia lateralis and Ischadium recurvum: energetic effects on surf scoters wintering in the Chesapeake Bay. (May 2008) University of Maryland,
M.S., Comparative Analysis of Embryonic Growth Rate and Incubation Length in Dabbling Ducks. (December 2000) Michigan State University
B.S., Renewable Natural Resources; Concentration in Wildlife Management (May 1998) University of Connecticut, Storrs