Challenges in developing risk management plans for small water lots in contaminated urban harbours Iris Koch, Tamsin Laing, Raphaël Lavoie, Viviane Paquin, Daniela Loock, Kela Weber Environmental Sciences Group, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Royal Military College of Canada
The objective of this presentation is to discuss challenges and approaches for developing risk management plans for small water lots in contaminated urban harbours using a case study risk assessment.
Evaluating Tools for Assessment of Resident Macroinvertebrate Communities in Contaminated Water Lots Gary Lawrence, Golder Associates Ltd.
The objective of the presentation is to critically evaluate candidate methods for assessing benthic community health, such that the most informative and efficient tool is selected depending on local site conditions.
Quantitative Ecological Risk Assessment for Finfish – A Case Example from Lot 17 in Victoria Harbour Norm Healey1, Patrick Allard1, Erin Shankie2 1Azimuth Consulting Group Partnership 2Public Services and Procurement Canada
The objective of this presentation is to provide a case example of quantitative ecological risk assessment for finfish.
Giant Mine Remediation Project – Site-Specific Water Quality Objectives Jane Amphlett and Katherine Harris Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada
The objective of this presentation is to describe the technical development of site-specific water quality objectives for Baker Creek as required by the environmental assessment, as well as the associated public consultation and engagement requirements.