Phillip L. Dunn is a water resources, environmental compliance, and fisheries expert specializing in complex California water, ecosystem, and multi-benefit projects. He develops and implements environmental compliance strategies for NEPA/CEQA and other environmental regulations to simultaneously meet client, project, and regulatory requirements. He has led and completed work on water supply and multi-benefit projects, new and enlarged dams and reservoirs, major flood-risk reduction programs, more than 25 water transfers and other water rights projects, groundwater and conjunctive-use programs, water conveyance projects, hydroelectric projects, California Wild and Scenic River evaluations, instream-flow determinations for fish, fish passage and screening programs, and watershed management and restoration projects. Mr. Dunn has directed more than 100 projects in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta (Delta) and Yolo Bypass, nearly 150 projects for the California Department of Water Resources (DWR), 50 projects involving the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), 25 projects for the US Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation), and 100s of projects for regional and local water agencies.
- M.S., Fisheries Biology, Humboldt State UniversityB.S., Zoology, University of California, Davis
Training and Certifications
- Advanced CEQA ApplicationsWetland RegulationsInstream Flow Strategies/NegotiationsIFIM Field/Computer Techniques, Problem Solving, Expert Witness, and Instream Flow