Nicole Tennant

Nicole Tennant

Environmental Scientist

B.Sc., R.P.Bio.

Nicole is an environmental biologist with over 18 years combined experience in terrestrial ecosystem, vegetation, and wildlife ecology. She specializes in ecosystem mapping, vegetation, and wetland baseline assessments, environmental effects assessments, and mitigation and management plans. Nicole has worked on provincial, national, and international projects in the mining, energy, transportation, and forestry sectors. The majority of her experience lies in northern British Columbia (BC) major projects; however, experience with other major projects include those in the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Ontario, and Dominican Republic. In the past five years, Nicole has worked in supporting project management and coordination roles for BC mine environmental assessment certificate and Mines Act permitting applications. Most notable projects include Cariboo Gold Project, Bonanza Ledge Mine, Red Mountain, Red Chris mine, and Premier Gold Project.

Nicole has also served the role as vegetation and wetlands lead for baseline studies and the effects assessment application process in several major projects. She has provided technical leadership and mentoring for ecosystem mapping and vegetation and wetlands effects assessment.

Specialized Discipline of Experience:

Environmental Assessment, Permitting, Environmental Management