Corey Wright is a Senior Fishery Biologist with over ten years of experience in conducting various acoustic, radio and PIT telemetry studies to assess downstream migration and distribution of migratory fishes as it relates to hydroelectric projects.
Mr. Wright is technologically savvy in biotelemetry and real-time data transfer systems and techniques. He is a regional expert in the application and use of DIDSON technology in fish surveys and evaluation of behavioral interactions at hydroelectric projects.
Mr. Wright has extensive expertise in the ecology of white sturgeon in the Columbia River with emphasis on broodstock collection and monitoring and evaluating behavior near hydropower dams.
He is also a member of the Columbia Basin JSATS User Group. Mr. Wright completed a BS in Biology and Environmental Analysis from Warren Wilson College in 2001.