Maggie McConnell, M.R.M., R.P.Bio
Maggie has a background in applied environmental toxicology, ecology, risk assessment and decision analysis, statistical analyses and study design. She has specialized expertise in contaminant fate and bioaccumulation, and environmental monitoring. Since joining Azimuth, Maggie has been involved in ecological risk assessments and other contaminant and ecological-based assessments. She has worked on a variety of marine, freshwater and terrestrial sites throughout British Columbia and in Nunavut, including mine, harbour, development, and other industrial sites. Maggie has also been involved with in-house research and development projects to develop toxicity reference values (TRVs) for metals effects on mammals, birds, and fish.
Prior to joining Azimuth, Maggie completed her Masters of Resource Management at Simon Fraser University. Her research involved conducting a field study to assess the environmental distribution and bioaccumulation potential of phthalate monoesters in a marine ecosystem. Maggie presented her research at several conferences and meetings in Canada.