Gabriel Zuckerman is a member of the Geospatial Data Science Group in the Strategic Energy Analysis Center with expertise in spatiotemporal analysis, statistics, modeling, and visualization. His research focuses on offshore wind energy, including cost-modeling, siting considerations, and interaction with wildlife.

Research Interests

Renewable energy siting

Wildlife conservation and renewable energy interaction

Open-source geospatial technologies and analyses

Accessible science communication and visualization


B.S., Conservation and Natural Resources, University of California, Berkeley

Professional Experience

Lab Assistant, University of California, Berkeley (2019–2022)

Featured Work

Diverse Migratory Portfolios Drive Inter-Annual Switching Behavior of Elk Across the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Ecosphere (2023)

Great Lakes Wind Energy Challenges and Opportunities Assessment, NREL Technical Report (2023)

Incorporating Human Dimensions is Associated with Better Wildlife Translocation Outcomes, Nature Communications (2023)

Wind Energy Costs in Puerto Rico Through 2035, NREL Technical Report (2022)

Wildlife Migrations Highlight Importance of Both Private Lands and Protected Areas in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Biological Conservation (2022)