Angela Matz

Fish and Wildlife Biologist

1011 East Tudor Road
Anchorage, AK 99503
United States

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Areas of expertise
Oil spills and hazardous releases
Environmental contaminants

From The Library

person with a clipboard looking at a patch of plants along a river

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) Alaska Region is working with partners to implement a region-wide integrated pest management (IPM) strategy for terrestrial invasive plants, focused on managing small-scale infestations detected on Service lands and at critical access points off...

People clearing bird vetch from a field

This Programmatic Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) Alaska Region to help the Service select a strategy to manage terrestrial invasive plants in the Alaska, in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The...

Split image of an island with the left side populated by a variety of birds  and wildlife and the right side mostly empty except for a few rats

This document outlines rapid response actions that should be taken to a rodent sighting in a previously rodent-free area or in the event of a potential ship grounding and subsequent rat spill. Eradication of established breeding populations of rodents is a much larger and longer-term effort;...

Hands spreading the top leaves of a growing, healthy white sweetclover

In this document, we provide guidance for treatment options for some of the most widespread invasive plant species found in Alaska, as well as for some species with a high likelihood of becoming invasive in the state. In particular, this document focuses on terrestrial and emergent invasive...