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AWARDS / EDUCATION

B.Sc. Chemistry, University of Alberta

Appreciation Award for Development of the Environment Canada Laboratory Information Management System (ECLIMS)

 

Robert Koski

Head - Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory

CURRENT S&T / RESEARCH - Laboratory analytical services, scientific advice, interpretation and support to inspectors, researchers, and program managers within Environment Canada and in other federal and provincial departments

  • Performs comprehensive forensic laboratory investigations as a designated analyst under Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) and Fisheries Act
  • Provide a wide variety of analytical services, advice, interpretation and recommendations to EC managers and to inspectors, researchers, and field staff within Environment Canada
  • In co-operation with other government agencies, participate in the development of projects concerning the presence (or absence) of toxic substances in the environment
  • Maintain expertise in Laboratory Informatics which includes the design, development and administration of the Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS); and designs, installs, administers, repairs and provides support for the laboratory computer/network systems

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES / INTERESTS

25 years experience in Environmental Forensic Analysis - Inorganic Chemistry

Chief architect and developer of the Environment Canada Laboratory Information Management System (ECLIMS)

Participated as technical advisor on e-government projects in the Prairie and Northern Region

Expertise Categories associated with this S&T Expert:

Pollution & Waste
     Industrial
          Forensics pollution tracking
          Heavy metals
          Mercury
          Mining
          Paper mills
     Urban
          Chemistry - inorganic
     Computers
          Software
Water
     Groundwater
          Contaminants
          Domestic substances
          Metal levels
     Monitoring
          Mining
          Pulp and paper
          Water quality
     Nutrients
          Agriculture
          Lakes
     Rain & Stormwater
          Inorganic contaminants
     Sediment
          Contaminants
     Wastewater
          Effluents
     Water Quality
          Mercury
          Sediments
          Inorganic Chemistry