C. Josh Donlan

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C. Josh Donlan is an American ecologist, Visiting Fellow in the Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at Cornell University,[1] and a Copeland Global Sustainability Fellow at Amherst College.[2]

He graduated from University of California, Berkeley with an M.A., and from Cornell University with a Ph.D. He is founder and director of Advanced Conservation Strategies.[3] He has served as the Science and Conservation Advisor for Galápagos National Park, and Project Isabela. He serves as an advisor on the restoration of the Tierra del Fuego bioregion. He lives near Park City, Utah.[2]



  • "Restoring America's Big, Wild Animals", Scientific American, June 2007
  • Islands and introduced herbivores: using conservation to investigate top-down and bottom-up processes, University of California, Santa Cruz, 2000


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