Christina Delaney, MSc, PAg, EP

Forest Ecologist/Contaminated Site Specialist

Christina is an environmental scientist with a diverse academic background. She possesses a B.Sc. in Environmental Science, with a major in Earth and Atmospheric Science from the University of Guelph; and a M.Sc. in Mountain Forestry, focusing on ecology, international development cooperation and mitigation of avalanche hazard from the BOKU University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, in Austria.

Christina is a Professional Agrologist with over 10 years’ experience in project management and soil, air, and water sampling. She has experience working in a wide range of environmental projects, including emergency response and remediation of environmental spills, environmental monitoring for the construction of oil and gas industries, preliminary site investigations (phase 1), riparian area assessments, watershed assessments, surface water use licensing, forest hydrology and climate change research, soil physics, drought stress in trees, dendro-chronology, ecosystem restoration, wildfire monitoring, fish salvage by electro-fishing, GIS, and environmental modelling.

When she’s not working, you can most likely find her skiing in the backcountry, pack-rafting or canoeing, camping, or gardening at her cabin.