Shaun Donovan

Professional Experience:
Senior Aquatic Biologist San Antonio River Authority October 2012 to Current
Natural Resource Protection Program Leader San Antonio River Authority April 2016 to Current
Underwater Research Program Leader San Antonio River Authority October 2015 to Current
Marine Fisheries Observer Gulf & South Atlantic Fisheries Foundation July 2010 to October 2012

Education:
B.S. in Biology with a Marine Emphasis Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
M.S. in Biology Texas A&M University Corpus Christi

Publication:
Donovan S, Pezold F and Chen Y (2012) Phylogeography of Anguilla marmorata (Teleostei: Anguilliformes) from the eastern Caroline Islands. Ichthyological Research 59(1):70-76.

Shaun Donovan graduated from Texas A&M University in Corpus Christi in 2010 completing his thesis work on the genetic population structure of Pacific freshwater eels. He has been a senior aquatic biologist with the San Antonio River Authority since 2015, where he also serves as the Natural Resource Protection Program leader supporting numerous projects including avian research studies, freshwater mussel work, watershed protection plan development and the Texas Clean Rivers Program. In fall 2015 he successfully implemented the first dive program at a river authority in Texas, and he has been conducting ambient and storm water quality monitoring work in fresh, brackish and saltwater environments since 2004.

Contact Information: [email protected]; 210-302-3258