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David Dobkin, Executive Director

David Dobkin
  • High Desert Ecological Research Institute
  • 15 SW Colorado Ave., Suite 300, Bend, OR 97702
  • 541.382.1117 | e-mail

David Dobkin has conducted ecological research on wildlife and ecosystems of the western U.S. for more than 35 years, often with a focus on birds and arid-land riparian systems. In 1993, he established the nonprofit High Desert Ecological Research Institute to create a regional center for ecological research and policy analysis with a focus on natural resource issues related to the Intermountain West and Pacific Northwest. In addition to the standard peer-reviewed scientific publications, he is the author/coauthor of five books on the ecology and conservation of birds and other wildlife, and he served for 8 years as editor of The Condor, an international journal of avian biology.


Initial and Decadal Responses of Riparian Bird and Plant Communities to the Landscape-scale Removal of Livestock in the Northwestern Great Basin

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Symposium Info


The Wallace Stegner Center, University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law, and the Grand Canyon Trust

Symposium Dates

May 9–10, 2011

Symposium Location

Wallace Stegner Center, Salt Lake City, Utah