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Adrian Gall is a Senior Scientist and Research Coordinator at ABR, Inc.—Environmental Research & Services. She has a background in population biology of nesting seabirds and the use of seabirds as indicators of marine conditions in Alaska, Hawaii, the Lower 48, and Mexico. Since joining ABR in 2005, she has focused on movements and habitat use of seabirds, waterfowl, shorebirds, and marine mammals in terrestrial and marine environments. Adrian has over 17 years of experience in working in coastal Alaskan communities, including 7 years as Co-Principal Investigator for the Chukchi Sea Environmental Studies Program. Her field work regularly involves residency and outreach in coastal Alaska villages and as a result she has good working relationships with Native Alaskan communities. She earned a BS from Cornell University in 1997, a MSc from Oregon State University in 2003, and a PhD in Oceanography from University of Alaska Fairbanks in 2015.