Based out of the Yellowknife research office, Bridget Rusk works as the GWF Water Quality Research Associate.
Bridget completed her M.Sc. at McGill University, where she specialized in Integrated Water Resource Management. Her academic research experience includes remote permafrost geomorphology investigations in the Beaufort-Delta region, field- and lab-based biogeochemical studies of the Apex River in Iqaluit, NU, and various wetland studies in eastern Quebec and New Brunswick. Prior to joining Laurier, Bridget was working in the consulting industry as an Environmental Scientist. Her project experience ranges from environmental assessments of contaminated landfills in Southern Ontario, to hydrogeological investigations of proposed development sites, to post-remediation monitoring in the High Arctic.