This video showcases the scenery of Iliamna Lake and shows some of the 2013 research of the Alaska Salmon Program's Iliamna Lake research station, one of four main facilities in Southwest Alaska . Established in the 1940's, the Program's research has been focused on ecology and fisheries management relating primarily to salmon and the environment in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Check out our program at: fish.washington.edu/research/alaska/
I am so very grateful to be a part of such a long standing program that allows me to work in the field in such an incredible setting with fantastic folks. I created this video to simply show family and friends back at home what I've been up to during the summer and I am truly overwhelmed at the public response the video has gotten. It has certainly been my pleasure sharing the beautiful scenery of Alaska and a little bit of our work with you.
Filmed and edited by Jason Ching
Additional footage provided by Cyril Michel
This video was often shot between, or during field sampling events so a special thanks goes out to all those who supported me by continuing to work while I shot clips as well.
"The long & quiet flight of the pelican" by Ending Satellites (endingsatellites.com)
Shot on a Canon 5d Mark II, Canon T3i, GoPro Hero 2 and GoPro Hero 3
DJI Phantom Quadcopter