Lecturer, Geography, Planning and Environment
Lecturer, First Peoples Studies, School of Community and Public Affairs
Senior part-time faculty and researcher in indigenous health and toxicological risk assessment.
GEOG 362 Statistical Methods
Undergraduate courses previously taught
GEOG 473 Environment and Health
GEOG 458 Seminar in Environmental Impact Assessment
GEOG 361 Research Design and Qualitative Research Methods
FPST 202 Research Strategies in First Peoples Studies
ENVS 601 Environmental Impact Assessment: Concepts, Principles and Practice
Graduate courses previously taught
ENVS 662 (now 652) Data Collection and Analysis for EIA
HENV 680 Advanced Seminar in Environmental Science
Indigenous and environmental health, risk assessment, toxicology, advanced statistical analysis and research methods in First Nations communities.
Selected peer reviewed articles
Moriarity, R. J., Liberda, E. N., & Tsuji, L. J. (2020). Subsistence fishing in the Eeyou Istchee (James Bay, Quebec, Canada): A regional investigation of fish consumption as a route of exposure to methylmercury. Chemosphere 258, 127413.