Dr. Thomas Quinn is a professor at the University of Washington who has been studying the ecology of Iliamna Lake since 1987. Iliamna Lake in Southwest Alaska is a unique ecosystem that thrives as an intact watershed.
Iliamna Lake - A Land Worth Preserving
Miles of Salmon
2016 installment of salmon videos collected over the summer.
Aerial footage of sockeye salmon on their spawning grounds in Iliamna Lake in 2015 – one of the largest returns in recent history.
Grizzly Bears and Sockeye
Trail camera video of bears consuming specific parts of salmon during high abundances of spawning sockeye salmon. Iliamna Lake, Alaska.
Stickleback Nest behavior
Male three-spined stickleback tending to his nest; fanning and moving eggs. Captured at Iliamna Lake, Alaska.
Summary ASP research video
I had the opportunity to submit a video about the Alaska Salmon Program to the American Fisheries Society to show at their conference.
I created this short video that explains some of the core research conducted by the Alaska Salmon Program, and celebrates the hard working researchers that have contributed to the program’s success.
This video was selected as runner-up in the Yale Environment 360 video contest (2015).
Long Live the Kings
A promotional video put together for local NGO, Long Live the Kings. Explaining and promoting their Salish Sea Marine Survival Project. 2015.
In Southwest Alaska
Just the pure, spectacular, and wild beauty I have seen in SW Alaska.
2013 installment of Alaska Salmon Program videos.
I found some old video clips and put together a short video of my first trip up to Alaska in 2007.
Featuring some of the field work the Alaska Salmon Program conducts over the summer.
Alaska 2012 Short
A short video of 2012 clips from Alaska.