Course Description

Reptiles generally don’t receive the same thorough consideration in contaminated sites risk assessments as birds and mammals, due to a general paucity of relevant toxicity data. This week’s Talk will explore the current status of reptiles in Canada, whether progress is being made on understanding the toxicity of environmental contaminants on reptiles, and other tools we could be using in risk assessments to ensure they are protected.

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Scott Steer

Scott is an environmental toxicologist and the principal at Steer Environmental Associates, a consulting firm specializing in the performance and technical management of contaminated sites risk assessment. He is an Approved Risk Assessment Specialist with the Society of Contaminated Sites Approved Professionals of British Columbia with more than fifteen years of experience in contaminated site assessment, human health and ecological risk assessment, and environmental toxicology.

Course curriculum

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    Risk Assessment of Reptiles

    • Discussion

    • Risk Assessment of Reptiles