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Corey Duberstein

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
PO Box 999
Richland, WA 99352

Biography

Corey Duberstein came to the PNNL and joined the Ecology Group on June 25th, 1999. He has been involved in research assessing the impact of human development on the natural world by designing, conducting, and participating in research and development projects as well as compiling existing data and information into management guidance. He has assessed the impacts that wind energy farms and nuclear power plants may have on natural resources and advises clients about National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements. While his knowledge of natural history is broad, he is especially interested in avian ecology. He has used his expertise to draft management plans and understand the habitat requirements of several bird species, among which are bald eagles, sage grouse, ruffed grouse, sage sparrows and spotted owls.

Research Interests

  • Research and development of new technologies pertaining to Wildlife Ecology
  • Providing information to influence management decisions and policy to minimize anthropogenic impacts to the natural world.

Education and Credentials

  • B.S., Wildlife, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (1991)
  • M.S., Natural Resource Science, Washington State University (1997)

Awards and Recognitions

  • 2016 - PNNL Lab Director Pathway to Excellence Award

PNNL Publications

2015

  • Cullinan V.I., S. Matzner, and C.A. Duberstein. 2015. "Classification of Birds and Bats Using Flight Tracks." Journal of Field Ornithology 27. PNNL-SA-105515. doi:10.1016/j.ecoinf.2015.03.004
  • Matzner S., V.I. Cullinan, and C.A. Duberstein. 2015. "Two-dimensional thermal video analysis of offshore bird and bat flight." Ecological Informatics 30. PNNL-SA-109185. doi:10.1016/j.ecoinf.2015.09.001

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2008

2007

  • Duberstein C.A., K.D. Ham, D.D. Dauble, and G.E. Johnson. 2007. The Independent Technical Analysis Process. PNNL-16507. Richland, WA: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. The Independent Technical Analysis Process

2005

Ecology

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