About / Contacts
SOAR synthesis work leverages the interdisciplinary biological and oceanographic research in the Pacific Arctic Region that has been conducted by BOEM, other federal agencies (e.g. NOAA, USGS, NSF), and the oil and gas industry. This helps BOEM evaluate whether and how federal actions associated with oil and gas development may affect protected species and the marine environment on which they depend.
The SOAR project aims to create a platform for collaboration among scientists and Alaska Arctic residents. SOAR has the overarching goal of using available data, analytical and modelling approaches to identify and test hypotheses that cross scientific disciplines. The geographic area is the Pacific Arctic, including the northern Bering, Chukchi and Beaufort seas, with time frames extending from days to decades.
If you have questions or would like further information, please contact the PIs or the coordinator.
Sue Moore, NOAA/Fisheries-ST7
Phyllis Stabeno, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
Thomas Van Pelt, University of Washington / Joint Institute for the Study of Atmosphere and Ocean
Phone and E-mail:
- EcoFOCI Phone List
- Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory Contact List
- NOAA Staff Directory (employee access)