Pam is an aquatic ecologist with nearly two decades of experience in aquatic and wetland ecosystems.
She has a broad range of experience, having worked on mining, contaminated site, wastewater, pipeline, and forestry projects throughout British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Yukon, NWT, and Nunavut.
Pam has published numerous consultant reports for submission to regulatory agencies, published scientific literature, and collaborated with international-recognized research scientists. She specializes in environmental effects on water quality, benthic invertebrates, and aquatic ecosystem dynamics, with a background in water quality and aquatic effects assessment, monitoring and permitting, municipal wastewater, and forestry.
Currently living in Sidney, British Columbia, Pam likes to spend her time outdoors exploring with family and friends.