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Sue Orloff

Sue Orloff, M.A. Principal, Ibis Environmental, Inc. - Certified Wildlife Biologist Ms. Orloff is a certified wildlife biologist with over twenty-five years experience as a wildlife biologist and environmental consultant. She specializes in biological assessments for rare and endangered wildlife, inventories of wildlife populations, habitat evaluation and management, and impact analysis and mitigation design. She specializes in the inventory of and habitat assessment for sensitive amphibians, mammals, and birds. Ms. Orloff has worked extensively on windfarm developments and their impact on sensitive species. She has designed and managed several studies to assess the impacts of windfarm development on bird populations, including one in the Altamont Pass that has received worldwide attention. Others wind resource project areas that she has either studied or been consulted on include, Tehachapi, Solano, and Long Beach in California; and Washington, Alaska, Michigan, and Wyoming. Ms. Orloff?s Wind Related Publications: Orloff, S. and A. Flannery. 1992. Wind turbine effects on avian activity, habitat use, and mortality in Altamont Pass and Solano County wind resource areas. Prepared for California Energy Commission, Sacramento, CA. Orloff, S. and A. Flannery. 1996. A continued examination of avian mortality in the Altamont Pass Wind Resource Area. Prepared for California Energy Commission, Sacramento, CA. Orloff, S. and A. Flannery. 1996. Effects of wind energy development: an annotated bibliography. Prepared for California Energy Commission, Sacramento, CA. Sterner D. and S. Orloff. 2002. A roadmap for PIER research on avian collisions with wind turbines in California. Prepared for California Energy Commission, Sacramento, CA.


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