Ariel Poirier, a biologist with USACE Baltimore, applies her passion for nature and expertise as an operations liaison in response to the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse.
On April 8, 2024, during the total solar eclipse, a group of professionals from various scientific backgrounds took a moment to observe the celestial event. The group, pictured from left to right, included Kimberly Matthews, design manager with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District; Kareem Orio, Coast Guard Master Chief marine science technician; and Baltimore District personnel Amani Khalil, environmental ecologist and Ariel Poirier, biologist. United by their scientific curiosity, they briefly paused their duties to witness the rare astronomical phenomenon together. (U.S. Army EOC Photo)

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