Paul JonesProfessor      


Research area:

Analytical and environmental chemistry and toxicology Fate and effects of trace substances in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems Aquatic and wildlife toxicology Ecological risk assessment Human impacts on northern Canadian ecosystems and subsistence food resources

Personal resume

Doctor of Philosophy in Biochemistry, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Zoology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Associate Professor, School of Environment and Sustainability

Member, Toxicology Centre

Scientific research

scientific research:

I am formally trained in Zoology and Biochemistry but have focused on environmental toxicology since I was an undergraduate.  I utilize the techniques of my formal disciplines, and others as needed, to address issues related to the fate and effects of chemicals in the environment.


research area:

Biological Indicators for the Slave River

Potential Impacts of Modern Perfluorinated Chemicals on Fisheries

Teaching experience

2019 MWS program-Chemicals in the Environment

Social service

Honorary award