Profiles

Title: Physical Scientist, Research
Role: Conduct wastewater-related research and monitoring within ECCC and collaborate with federal, provincial, municipal, and academic colleagues on studies of trace contaminants in wastewater.
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Location: 867 Lakeshore Rd., Burlington, ON L7S 1A1, Canada
Title: Issues Specialist, Priority Species
Role: Support the Canadian Wildlife Service- Quebec region on issues related to boreal caribou, including with Indigenous communities.
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Title: Research Scientist
Role: Hydrologic Modelling & Hydro-Climate Analysis and Impact Studies
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Title: National Senior Mercury Researcher
Role: Lead mercury researcher for Atmospheric Processes Research Section specializing in environmental processes relating to the transport, transformation and deposition of mercury in and around the atmosphere.
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Location: Toronto
Title: Research Scientist
Role: I work on a variety of wildlife health issues across Canada. Much of my work focuses on contaminants and pathogens in seabirds, including plastic pollution. I lead the northern seabird contaminants long term monitoring program, and have several projects...
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Location: Ottawa, ON
Title: Research Scientist - Greenhouse Gas Measurements and Modelling
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Title: Research Scientist - Group Leader, Stable Isotope Research Laboratory
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Title: Research Scientist - Landscape ecologist: climate change impacts and adaptation strategies for terrestrial biodiversity conservation
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Title: Research Scientist - Research on Groundwater Quality and Related Processes
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Title: Research Scientist - Polar Bear Ecology and Arctic Marine Ecosystems
Role: Create new scientific knowledge in wildlife ecology, conservation and management, particularly polar bears and seals, by formulating new concepts, theories, approaches and hypotheses, and by designing, planning and conducting innovative, original...
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Location: Biological Sciences Building, University of Alberta (Edmonton, AB)