(Dr.) Linda Campbell is a professor who holds a Senior Research Fellow at Saint Mary's University in Halifax. Linda is particularly interested in aquatic ecosystems and water resources. Right now, Linda and her research group are studying how pollution can move through ecosystems and accumulate in different types of animals and plants. In Nova Scotia, Linda has three exciting projects on the go: (1) how non-native fish and snail species impact freshwater lakes; (2) the pattern of mercury contamination in flying bats across eastern Canada; and (3) impacts of legacy gold mine tailings from 100 years ago on modern freshwater ecosystems.
Organization: Saint Mary's University
Campbell is an emerging professional based in Canada.
Generally looking to collaborate with professionals from disciplines: Environmental, Biological, and Ecological art
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