LEO Network

  • Changing Clam Populations in Coastal Alaska (Ashley Rossin)

Dear LEO Network Members and Participants,

We invite you to join us for the next Alaska LEO Network webinar TODAY Tuesday September 25th, 2018 from 2:00-3:30pm. LEO webinars provide an exciting learning experience and connects local observers and organizations from across Alaska to discuss current and emerging environmental changes. 


1:45pm - Conference Line Opens

2:00pm - Welcome, Agenda Review

2:10pm - LEO Observation Review

2:30pm - Presentation             

Changing Clam Populations in Coastal Alaska

Ashley Rossin, University of Alaska Fairbanks 

Description: This presentation covers what we know about clam populations throughout Alaska, and how those have changed in recent years. We also will cover how we study these changes in the lab, field, and involve citizen scientists to connect these shifts to answer where preferred habitat for clams is, and how that might shift in the future. 

To access webinar and/or call-in

  • The webinar room will open at 1:45 on September 25th, 2018. Click "Join Webinar" at the top of this message to enter the webinar room
  • Participant Call-in Line: 1-800-832-0736
  • Access Code: *6298822#
  • Participant Self Mute/Un-Mute Code: *#

*All LEO webinars are recorded and archived on the LEO Website

Thank you LEO Network members, and Ashley Rossin, for joining us in the September webinar



The LEO Team at ANTHC

Steamer or littleneck clam (Protothaca staminea)
From Common seashore animals of Southeastern Alaska: A field guide by Aaron Baldwin