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Greg DuBois has worked for Alaska Peninsula Corporation for 11 years. He grew up in Minnesota and received his bachelor of science degree in Earth Science from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in 1982, and moved to Alaska in 1983. Greg first began working on the Alaska Peninsula as a geologist for the US Geological Survey (USGS) in 1984. His USGS work on the Alaska Peninsula included geologic studies on Unga Island, Sand Point, Cold Bay, Katmai, and King Cove. He also mapped geology on Prince of Wales Island, in the Wrangel-St. Elias Range and in the Brooks Range. Greg is the co-author of a USGS digital map of the geology of the Alaska Peninsula.
Greg began working as an environmental consultant in 1991. Most of his work in the 1990s was related to contaminated sites along the Trans-Alaska Pipeline and at the King Salmon Air Station. He also conducted contaminated sites work throughout the state for both commercial and federal clients. In 2002, Greg went to work for Bethel Native Corporation and completed Department of Defense projects at Eielson Air Force Base, and Galena, and completed FAA projects on Middleton Island and Homer.
In 2007, Greg came on board with APC Services, LLC and lead extensive and multi-faceted environmental baseline studies at the Pebble project. He expanded project work in Port Heiden, Fort Greely, Kwajalein Atoll through subcontracts and then APCS became a prime federal contractor running additional projects in Port Heiden and King Salmon and in the Steese Conservation Area for the BLM.