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Caitlin Marsteller

Predator-prey interactions, population ecology, forage fish, seabirds, conservation biology, animal behavior, environmental drivers and experiential education.

Caitlin is a biologist working on the status and trends of seabirds and forage fish in lower Cook Inlet. This work includes hydroacoustic-trawl surveys to monitor changing forage fish availability, as well as monitoring breeding colonies of Black-legged Kittiwakes and Common Murres. Caitlin also assists with the Gulf Watch Alaska program, specifically integrated predator prey surveys which tracks humpback whale foraging behavior in Prince William Sound.