The Applied Environmental Research Center has accomplished a variety of projects ranging
from biological field research to cultural heritage preservation. Please take a look
at each project page for more information the work we have done with our clients.
Aerial surveys, ground truthing, and data collection on large bird nests on the installation
is needed to...
Large Bird Survey
AERC was selected to review the area and activities on base to determine their effect
on the tricolored blackbirds...
Tricolor Blackbird Survey
AERC will provide project management for the Alaska Center for Conservation Science
(ACCS) as they conduct a study...
Juvenile Salmon Diet
AERC staff are working to investigate, coordinate, and implement new techniques for
measuring and monitoring salmon...
Moose are an economically important species in Alaska and provide cultural, financial,
and subsistence benefits to Alaskans...
Moose Browse Habitat Management
The concrete structures of Wake Island National Historic Landmark are being obscured
and damaged by introduced trees and shrubs...
Wake Island Invasive Trees
Accurate predictive modeling of future erosion at these sites is needed in order to...
At BAFS, it grows predominantly along the coastal strand, and is especially problematic
AERC has partnered with Kuna Engineering LLC. to document these sites and perform
habitat restoration which...
Gravel Pit Restoration
Changes to bank stability and stream course have the potential to affect adjoining
Archaeological and Cultural Research
The project consisted of data recovery at a multicomponent site and documentation
of three World War II features at...
AERC, in partnership with Cultural Resource Consultants LLC, performed archaeological
excavation, mapping, and...
AERC employees and support personnel who have visited the Ka’ala and Koke’e radar
stations over the years...
AERC researchers will use historic records, aerial photography, and GIS information
to inspect and document these berms and...
Shemya WWII Building Survey