Lynker’s Hideyo Hattori, who serves as site liaison for the NOAA Coral Reef Conservation and Coastal Zone Management programs in American Samoa, is partaking in local Samoan delicacy – palolo worms! These worms are only available for a short time between mid-October and early November and are collected with a net for preparation in many […]
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Lynker staff at NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management prepared the following story for @NOAADigitalCoast about how coastal managers are collecting valuable data on bat migration in Pennsylvania. Just in time for #Halloween! Coastal Grant Initiates Bat-Monitoring Towers across Pennsylvania Approximately 50 monitoring towers provide the “missing link” in bat migration data—a must for Lake Erie […]
The shellfish industry depends on harmful algal bloom alerts from Kachemak Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. Lynker’s staff writer at NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management shares the details: Kachemak Bay Reserve Alerts Thousands to Poisoned Shellfish Dangers Communicating harmful conditions helps keep shellfish consumers safe. A harmful algal bloom alert for Alaska’s Kachemak Bay is […]
Data from the National Estuarine Research Reserves helps the US shellfish industry increase commercial yields. Lynker’s staff at NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management help tell the story for National Seafood Month. Multimillion-Dollar Shellfish Economy Depends on Research Reserve Data By monitoring oxygen, eelgrass health, and other marsh variables, the data system supports shellfish habitat and […]
The National Estuarine Research Reserves in Virginia and SouthCarolina have a cold-stun alert that aids fisheries to temperature drops and potential die-offs. Check out the story written by Lynker staff at NOAA’s Office of Coastal Management. Cold-Stun Alert Aids Fishery Managers and Seatrout Stocks The alerts’ real-time monitoring data comes from three research reserves in […]
Lynker presented and was a sponsor for the Sustaining Colorado Watersheds Conference 2019 last week. Lynker’s Dr. Aggett and Dr. Wlostowski presented on the impacts of climate change on watershed health and processes. Dr. Aggett also co-presented a one-day workshop on Fluvial Hazard Zone Mapping.
Hollyann Naholowaa is a Fisheries Observer & Scientist with Lynker in Honolulu, HI. Hollyann also volunteers to bring back Hawaii’s avian biodiversity by creating safe places for seabirds that call Hawaii home. Many of Hawaii’s birds are facing numerous threats to their populations. “With a lot of hard work and a little bit of a […]
Lynker celebrates with employees by giving service awards and hosting a luncheon at NOAA’s Science on a Sphere. Thank you to all the employees who attended the event!
Lynker is pleased to announce that we’ve ranked as one of the 75 Fastest Growing Private Companies in the Washington region in 2019 by the Washington Business Journal once again! “We are excited to be recognized again for our substantial growth,” said CEO Joe Linza. “We pride ourselves in finding the right people for the […]
Lynker staff flew to American Samoa last week to support the PRiMO (Pacific Risk Management ‘Ohana) Conference and bring together community leaders to protect Pacific Island communities from natural hazards. For more information check out the official conference page on NOAA’s website