Web site: www.environmentalaska.us
Senior Scientist, Chilkat Environmental, 2013-present
Senior Scientist, Knik Tribal Council, 2010-present
Senior Scientist, Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association (APIA), 2005-present
Project Manager, APIA, Native American Lands Environmental Mitigation Program, 2010-current
Project Manager, Tanadgusix Power Corporation, TDX Village Power Group 2009-2010
Project Manager, APIA, 7 Generations, Environmental Education Project 2006-2009
Principal Investigator, APIA, Sand Point Wind Farm Bald Eagle Monitoring 2006-2009
Program Manager, APIA, Energy, 2005-current
Principal Investigator, APIA, Testing and Monitoring for Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning in Aleut Communities, 2006-2014
Principal Investigator, APIA, Oil Spill Capacity Building, Preparedness and Monitoring Project, 2005-08
Director, Conservation Science Institute, 2001-2012
Chief, Office of Oil Spill Damage Assessment & Restoration, NOAA, 1989 – 2001
Program Manager, Alaska Predator Ecosystem Experiment, NOAA, May 1995 – July 2001
Project Manager, Alaska Shark Assessment Program, NOAA, 1998 – 2001
Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology, University of Alaska Southeast, 1989-2001
Fisheries Biologist/Habitat Biologist, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, 1978-1989
Wright, Bruce A. 2013. Great White Sharks in Alaska, 2nd Edition. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/324785
Wright, Bruce A. 2013. Passenger Pigeons and Their Extinction. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/324053
Wright, Bruce A., 2011. Alaska Predators, Their Ecology and Conservation. Hancock House Publishing. 119 pages. http://www.hancockhouse.com/products/alapre.htm
Wright, B.A. and P. Schempf (Eds.). 2005. Bald Eagles in Alaska. Bald Eagle Research Institute.
Rice, S.D., R.B. Spies, D.A. Wolfe, and B.A. Wright (Eds.). 1996. Exxon Valdez oil spill symposium proceedings. American Fisheries Society Symposium Number 18.
PAPERS……. About 20
Wright, B.A., E. Donat and R. RaLonde. 2013. Life-threatening risk from paralytic shellfish poisoning in Dungeness crab in Southeast Alaska. See at http://www.environmentalaska.us/psp-in-dungeness-crab.html.
Wright, B.A, 2013. Sunburned Arctic seals. 5th International Conference, Contemporary Problems of Oriental Studies, The Far Eastern State University of Humanities, Khabarovsk, Russia. http://www.environmentalaska.us/ultraviolet-radiation-uv.html.
Wright, B. A., B. Hirsch and J. Lyons. July 2012. A better use of wind energy in Alaska and applicability for Russian villages. Indian Journal of Energy. Vol.1, No.1.
Wright, Bruce A. 2012. Harbingers of Climate Change, Dominance of a Top Predator, Pacific Sleeper Sharks and Greenland Sharks. In; Biological Diversity and Ecological Problems in Priamurie and Adjacent Territories. Regional Scientific Work with International Participants, Far Eastern Federal University for the Humanities. Issue 3.
Wright, Bruce. 2010. Salmon Swimming Against Multiple Threats. Science 19 March 2010. Vol. 327. No. 5972, p. 1452a.
Wright, Bruce. 2010. Predators Could Help Save Pollock. Science 5 February 2010: 642.
Costa, Pedro Reis, Keri A. Baugh, Bruce Wright, Raymond RaLonde, Natalia Tatarenkova, Stacey M. Etheridge and Kathi A. Lefebvre. 2009. Comparative determination of paralytic shellfish toxins (PSTs) using five different toxin detection methods in shellfish species collected in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska. Toxicon: 54 (2009) 313–320.
Wright, B.A. 2009. Chukchi Sea Ice Out, In: Thoreau's Legacy: American Stories about Global Warming. Penguin Classics. New York, N.Y.
Okey, T.A., B.A. Wright and M. Brubaker. 2007. Climate change, trans-oceanic fisheries impacts, or just variability?: Salmon shark connections. Fish and Fisheries. Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 359 – 366.
Okey, T.A. and B.A. Wright. 2005. Sufficient fuel taxes would enhance ecologies, economies, and communities. Ecological Economics 53 (2005) 1– 4.
Wright, B.A. and P. Schempf. 2005. The book on bald eagles. pages 8-14. in: Wright, B.A. and P. Schempf (Eds.). 2005. Bald Eagles in Alaska. Bald Eagle Research Institute.
Wright, B.A. and T.A. Okey. 2004. Creating a sustainable future? Science 304(5679):1903.
Okey, T. A. and B. A. Wright. 2004. Toward ecosystem-based extraction policies for Prince William Sound, Alaska: integrating conflicting objectives and rebuilding pinnipeds. Bulletin of Marine Science. 74(3): 727-747.
Heiman, M., B. A. Wright, et al. 2000. Contaminants in Alaska: Is America's Arctic at Risk? A white paper published by the Department of the Interior and the State of Alaska.
Wright, B.A., J. W. Short, T. J. Weingartner, P. J. Anderson. 2000. The Gulf of Alaska. In: Seas at the Millennium: An Environmental Evaluation. Ed. C. Sheppard. Elsevier Science Ltd.
Wright, B.A., and L. Hulbert. 2000. Shark abundance increases in the Gulf of Alaska. PICES Press Vol. 8, No.2, July 2000.
Wright, B.A. 2000. The Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Response, Damage Assessment, Restoration and Continued Effects. pages 55-61. in: What Should We Learn from Oil Spills? Preparatory Committee for the Japan Environmental Disaster Information Center, Global Environment Information Center, Tokyo, Japan.
Short, J.W., K. A. Kvenvolden, and B.A. Wright. 2000. Response to Comment on “Natural Hydrocarbon Background in Benthic Sediments of Prince William Sound, Alaska: Oil vs. Coal.” Environmental Science and Technology. 34, 2066-2067.
Short, J.W., K. A. Kvenvolden, and B.A. Wright. 1999. Natural Hydrocarbon Background in Benthic Sediments of Prince William Sound, Alaska: Oil vs. Coal. Environmental Science and Technology. 33, 34-42.
Loughlin, T.R., B.E. Ballachey, and B.A. Wright. 1996. Overview of Studies to Determine Injury to Marine Mammals Caused by the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. in Rice, S.D., R.B. Spies, D.A. Wolfe, and B.A. Wright (Eds.). 1995. Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Symposium Proceedings. American Fisheries Society Symposium Number 18.