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Two Winners Chosen for ASL Early-Career Scientist Award

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ASL Environmental Sciences has chosen Dr. Laura Hobbs and Dr. Roland Proud as the winners of the fourth annual Acoustic Zooplankton Fish Profiler (AZFP) early-career scientist award contest. They are both Scotland-based marine ecologists, specializing in bioacoustics. Hobbs is associated with the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) and the University of Strathclyde, and Proud is with the University of St. Andrews. Together, they plan

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ASL Hires New Metocean, Arctic Project Manager

ASL Environmental Sciences has appointed Dr. Matthew Asplin to the position of metocean and Arctic project manager. Asplin brings a diverse set of multidisciplinary research skills in meteorology, sea ice and oceanography, and has more than 15 years of experience in these fields. He will be responsible for project management and client liaison tasks for projects across these disciplines and will be active in responding to business development

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Japanese Fisheries Groups Use Solar-Powered Datalogger to Track Zooplankton

The National Research Institute of Fisheries Engineering (NRIFE) of the Japan Fisheries Research and Education Agency (FRA) will this spring deploy an ASL Environmental Sciences solar-powered datalogger with a cellular modem. The deployment of this system follows FRA’s use of the ASL multifrequency acoustic zooplankton fish profiler (AZFP) in Yamada Bay, 450 km north of Tokyo, since 2013. The data they

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