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Alaska LogBook webinar

Kachemak Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

Tuesday, December 3, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM (AKST)

Alaska LogBook webinar

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Please join us to learn more about the mobile application for salmon fieldwork, Alaska LogBook, and give your feedback on the further development of this tool.


When: Tuesday December 3 @ 10 am ADT

Jon Bonkoski, Ecotrust


Creating a synergy between work needs both in terms of professional research development and regulatory compliance.”



Alaska Logbook is a mobile application and website developed to collect, organize, and manage salmon-related field data. The initial focus of the tool is to streamline the regulatory process around Fisheries Resource Permits and Anadromous Waters Catalog nominations for the research community. Additional phases of the tool will expand the types of data collected to include monitoring information and provide data sharing/collaboration features.



Stacey Buckelew, Kachemak Bay Research Reserve



Jon Bonkoski is a Senior GIS Analyst at Ecotrust. With a background in biology and geospatial analysis, he has helped develop decision support tools for a series projects in California, Oregon, and Washington. Since taking on work in Alaska earlier this year, Jon has lead Ecotrust’s efforts in partnering and developing tools to expand protections for salmon habitat. Alaska Logbook is one of the outcomes from the Salmon and People in Alaska workshop held in May, 2013. The purpose of this workshop was to explore the need for information tools related to salmon habitat conservation. The workshop was hosted by a partnership of Southeast Alaska Fish Habitat Partnership, Ecotrust, Kachemak Bay Research Reserve, The Nature Conservancy, and the Mat-Su Salmon Partnership. 


Ecotrust is a non-profit organization based in Portland, Oregon. Our mission is to create opportunity, social equity, and environmental wellbeing through a natural model of development. Our goal is to foster resilient communities, economies, and ecosystems in Portland and around the world. 


Note: Please register here for the webinar. Webinar call-in details will be emailed to you 24 hours prior to the event start time.

Have questions about Alaska LogBook webinar? Contact Kachemak Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve


Tuesday, December 3, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM (AKST)

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Kachemak Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

The Coastal Training Program (CTP) offers practical, science-based information, tools, and skill training to professionals whose daily decisions impact coastal resources. The program is a national initiative within the National Estuarine Research Reserve system which provides coastal decision-makers with the knowledge and tools needed to address critical resource management issues of concern to local communities.

The KBNERR CTP maintains partnerships with local communities, agencies, and science experts, while collaborating with colleagues nationwide at other National Estuarine Research Reserves. The program consists of workshops, skill training, webinars, and technical assistance. Assessments of community needs, emerging coastal research, and coastal management issues help shape training and workshop priorities.

Contact Syverine Abrahamson- isabrahamson (at) -for more information 

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