Tim Reilly is an environmental scientist with over 30 years of experience in performing terrestrial, freshwater, marine, and coastal natural resource damage assessments (NRDA), natural resource/ecosystem valuations, and remedial oversight and restoration of habitats impacted by oil, hazardous substances, and more. He has played a key role in determining biological, physical, and chemical response strategies, ecological restoration, and remedial and damage compensation options at hundreds of contaminated sites globally. Reilly developed Quantitative Mitigation Analysis (QMA), which provides quantitative and defensible mitigation strategies for large, complex developments for any manner of resource and habitat takings, facilitating equitable and timely sustainable mitigation negotiations between project proponents and regulators alike. QMA is a published protocol and used throughout the United States and abroad. Reilly leads Stantec's Global Natural Resource Valuation Program, providing NRDA, ecosystem valuation, and natural capital accounting services.
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