CBI Associates

Alexandra Syphard, Ph.D.

Alexandra Syphard is a research ecologist who investigates landscape change that results from the interplay between human and natural disturbances, especially wildfire, urban development, and climate change. She uses a variety of spatial analytical and modeling methods to investigate how change has occurred in the past, how it is likely to occur ...

Tim Sheehan, Ph.D.

Tim joined the Conservation Biology Institute in 2008. He has an M.S. in Geology from the University of Missouri - Columbia and an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Colorado - Boulder. His experience includes porting and tuning climate modeling software on massively parallel supercomputers as well as developing high data flow ...

Patricia Gordon-Reedy, Ph.D.

Patricia Gordon-Reedy is a Botanist/Senior Vegetation Ecologist with 30 years of experience in endangered species research and conservation planning for private, government, and non-profit sectors throughout the western U.S. and in Europe.  She has been involved in all phases of Natural Community Conservation Planning programs in multiple ...

Phoebe Barnard, Ph.D.

I’m a highly motivated climate change ecologist, conservation biologist, sustainability strategist, leadership and science professor, and environmental planner. I’m Chief Scientific and Policy Officer for the Conservation Biology Institute, Affiliate Professor at University of Washington’s Center for Environmental Politics and ...

Kaveh Karimi, M.S.

Kaveh grew up and lived most of his life in Tehran, Iran, where he got his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. After working in automation and software development for power distribution systems, he moved to Sweden to pursue further education. There, he completed master’s degree in Energy and Environmental Engineering, as ...

Brendan Ward, M.S.

Brendan Ward joined the Conservation Biology Institute in December 2007.  He has brought experience in GIS, spatial analysis, ecological modeling, and software development to the institute.  Brendan has a passion for harnessing computer power to advance conservation science and ecological research.  He aspires to contribute to ...

Paul Cylinder, Ph.D.

Paul Cylinder is an Associate with CBI and has over 30 years of experience as a project principal/manager, educator, and author. He is a recognized expert in habitat conservation planning and compliance with California and Federal environmental regulations protecting endangered species, wetlands, and natural communities. He has served as the ...

Bill Ripple, Ph.D.

Bill Ripple is a professor in the Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society as well as the Director of the “Trophic Cascades Program” at Oregon State University.  His research involves studying the ecological effects of wolves and other large predators in western North America as well as other regions of the world.

Dominick DellaSala, Ph.D.

Dr. Dominick A. DellaSala is President and Chief Scientist of the Geos Institute in Ashland, Oregon and President of the Society for Conservation Biology, North America Section.  He is an internationally renowned author of over 150 technical papers, including the award winning “Temperate and Boreal Rainforests of the World” ...

John Waugh, Ph.D.

John Waugh is an adviser on conservation strategies and planning, with a focus on the role of information in conservation policy, and on sustainable finance mechanisms.  He has been involved in protected area management for 30 years, as a park ranger, manager, planner, and strategist.  He is the author of several publications on ...

 
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