AES scientists regularly published scientific papers in peer reviewed journals and provide more popular articles for a wider public in a variety of magazines and other information media. Our applied research and monitoring includes:

  • Seabird population ecology and monitoring
  • Ecological predictive modeling
  • Ecological functions and services analyses
  • Bird strike prevention modeling
  • Conservation biology of several endangered bird species
  • Habitat and wildlife monitoring
  • Automated acoustic monitoring
  • The application of artificial neural networks to ecological systems pattern recognition

We also provide ecological monitoring plans, threshold identification and implication analysis for numerous projects. AES recognizes that monitoring schemes can be time consuming and costly. We work closely with all stakeholders to identify appropriate types and duration of monitoring rather than open-ended non-focused assessments.