Mr. Donlan is an expert in managing multidisciplinary natural resource and economic
damage assessments. Mr. Donlan’s work has involved all phases of the damage assessment
and valuation process, including the identification, determination and quantification
of natural resource injuries; the establishment of pollutant pathways linking pollutant
sources with specific environmental receptors; the identification and evaluation of restoration options; calculation of the appropriate scale of restoration; costing of
restoration alternatives; and, estimation of economic damages.
Mr. Donlan graduated magna cum laude from Dartmouth College with a B.A. in Geography
modified by Economics. Mr. Donlan also holds an M.B.A. from Stanford University.