People

Tony Walker

Dalhousie University

Dr. Walker’s research efforts cover a wide range of biophysical sciences related to resource and environmental management and closely reflect Dalhousie’s priority research areas in oceans, energy and the environment including: monitoring human impacts on the natural world; remediation of contaminated sites; policies to mitigate plastic marine pollution; ecological risk assessment (ERA); environmental effects monitoring (EEM); environmental impact assessment (EIA); management of natural resources; air pollution impacts on ecosystems. Most of his recent research has been in partnership with industry related to environmental management and monitoring across Canada.

Project Clusters

Results

The role of sustainability in global seaports

Read More

Benthic marine debris in the Bay of Fundy, Eastern Canada: Spatial distribution and categorization using seafloor video footage

Read More

A ghostly issue: managing abandoned, lost and discarded lobster fishing gear in the Bay of Fundy in Eastern Canada

Read More

Source apportionment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in small craft harbor (SCH) surficial sediments in Nova Scotia, Canada

Read More

Estimating PAH sources in harbor sediments using diagnostic ratios

Read More

Marine transportation and energy use

Read More

Ecological risk assessment of metals in small craft harbour sediments in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Read More

A review of corporate sustainability drivers in maritime ports: A multi-stakeholder perspective

Read More

Sustainability Initiatives in Canadian ports

Read More

Environmental effects of marine transportation

Read More

Spatiotemporal characterization of metals in small craft harbour sediments in Nova Scotia, Canada

Read More

/ Media
Ports modernization: Balancing economic prosperity and environmental sustainability

Read More

Characterization of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in small craft harbour (SCH) sediments in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Read More

Green Marine: An environmental program to establish sustainability in marine transportation

Read More

Harbour Divestiture in Canada: Implications of Changing Governance

Read More

Projects

The greening of shipping: business as usual or the future of business? The motivations for the adoption of sustainable initiatives

Read More

Comparison of Green Marine to other port certification programs around the world to achieve global standardization
Project Cluster: Green Port Governance,

Read More