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  • Intrinsik Science Inc. :: Science - Integrity - Knowledge
  • Intrinsik Science Inc. :: Science - Integrity - Knowledge
  • Intrinsik Science Inc. :: Science - Integrity - Knowledge

Christine Moore, MSc.

Office: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Position: Senior Scientist
Phone: 902 429-0278 ext 224
Fax: +1 902 429-0279
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Ms. Moore has over 20 years experience in the fields of toxicology and risk assessment and is a Senior Scientist in Eastern Canada. Over the past 8 years she has overseen multiple high profile community-based human and ecological risk assessments of metals contaminated sites and areas potentially affected by airborne industrial emissions.  In addition to the assessments of legacy issues associated with historic industrial operations, Ms. Moore has extensive experience in characterizing ecological and human health risks associated with proposed new facilities, through the Environmental Impact Assessment process.  Ms Moore also conducts studies in the occupational health area, focusing on toxicological reviews of various substances, as well as the development of a risk ranking system for worker exposures.  Over the past 20 years her work has included evaluations of a variety of different substances, including criteria air contaminants, metals in the environment, chlorinated dioxins and furans, petroleum hydrocarbons and volatile organic compounds.  Ms. Moore has also provided extensive support to legal counsel on environmental issues related to historic contamination cases.  Much of her project work has involved extensive public consultation, development of public consultation strategies and plans with respect to communicating complex scientific issues to communities.

Experience Highlights

  • Led numerous high-profile wide area soil and air studies assessing ecological and human health risks related to criteria air contaminants and metals in the environment associated with current and past smelting or mining activities
  • Specializes in risk communication, stakeholder engagement and public consultation. She has developed and implemented strategic plans related to communicating complex scientific issues to the general public
  • Provision of extensive support to legal counsel related to complex scientific issues relating to environmental exposures to historical contamination
  • Depth of experience enables provision of practical solutions and focused studies to address needs and concerns


Education

MSc. Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec
BSc. Zoology, University of Guelph


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