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Job Opportunity:

calendar icon November 14, 2017

Sr. Environmental Scientist

Fiera Biological Consulting Ltd. is based in Edmonton, Alberta, and offers a broad range of environmental research, management, and monitoring services to clients throughout western Canada. Our firm also has a very active research and development program that is engaged in developing new and innovative methods for addressing important applied environmental management questions. For more information on Fiera Biological, including a description of our current team of scientists and recent projects, please consult our website at www.fieraconsulting.ca.

We are seeking a highly motivated, career-oriented Senior Environmental Scientist to lead and provide support on a variety of projects. Read more

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Wind Energy Impact Assessment, Wildlife Guidelines, Solar Energy, Wind Energy Application, Solar Energy Application, Pre development wildlife study, Wind turbine, wildlife collisions, field investigations, conservation database, FWMIS, ACIMS, important natural habitats, pre-construction surveys, fall migration surveys, songbird surveys, late migrants, breeding bird surveys, raptor surveys, wintering bird surveys, wildlife inventory methods, wildlife biologist, migration corridor assessment,

Wetland management in Alberta

calendar icon February 13, 2011

A few years ago, Shari Clare, one of the founding directors of Fiera, decided to go back to school to pursue a graduate degree at the University of Alberta. Shari’s research is focused on wetland policy implementation in Alberta, and specifically, what factors influence decision-making and how these decisions influence outcomes for wetland protection and management. Recently, Shari, along with her co-authors Naomi Krogman, Lee Foote, and Nathan Lemphers, published a manuscript in the journal Wetlands Ecology and Management, entitled Where is the avoidance in the implementation of wetland law and policy?
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Water Boundaries, riparian, wetland conservation, working near waterbodies, wetlands, watercourse,