Corinne Duncan

Corinne M. Duncan
Ecologist; Conservation Research and Habitat Restoration
Institute for Applied Ecology
PO Box 1855
563 SW Jefferson Avenue
Corvallis, OR 97339-2855
541-753-3099 x505

 Corinne received her M.S. (2008) at Oregon State University through the Department of Rangeland Ecology and Management.  Corinne studied under the guidance of her major professor, Dr. Richard Miller.  Her graduate thesis examined the relationship between soil seed banks and western juniper (juniperus occidentalis) expansion in Oregon's High Desert. Botany, restoration and native palnt ecology are Corinne's primary professional interests.  She is currently working for the Institute for Applied Ecology. Her work there is divided between the departments of Conservation Research and Habitat Restoration, where she carries out special projects and is Assistant Project Coordinator for the Nelson's Checkermallow (Sidalacea nelsoniana) Recovery Project.