Research Coordinator | 907-235-4795 | adoroff (at) uaa.alaska.edu
Angela Doroff received a B.S. in Biology from the University of Minnesota and a M.S. in Wildlife Ecology from University of Wisconsin, Madison. She has worked extensively on population biology, foraging ecology, conservation planning, and health and condition studies with northern sea otters in Alaska and California. She is currently the IUCN sea otter specialist to the Otter Specialist Group- an international working group working to preserve otter species world-wide. As a Research Coordinator for the Reserve, she is involved in a wide variety of research, monitoring, and outreach projects. She writes grants to conduct work on estuarine and marine ecology in Kachemak Bay and lower Cook Inlet. She works with the National NERR program to help ensure that we are collecting data with standardized methods which allows us to understand estuarine systems throughout the country. She has lived and worked in coastal Alaska since 1989 and her “home range” extends from the Aleutian Islands to Southeast Alaska. Her favorite habitat is the near-shore coastal zone.