Overdale Environmental Inc. has been created to accomodate both clients and larger environmental firms by providing a committment to forthcomingness in business and in the permitting process.
Theo Popma BSc., MSc.
Theo Popma, B.Sc., M.Sc.
CONTACT 342 Highfield st., Moncton, NB
EDUCATION Dalhousie University, 1996
Bachelor of Science, Honours Biology/Neurobiology
University of British Columbia, 2000
Master of Science, Botany
PRIMARY AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Rare Plant Identification
PROFESSIONAL COURSES AND DESIGNATIONS
Completed Eagle Hill Wetland Delineation Seminar at Humboldt Field Research Institute in Stueben Maine, USA, 2005
Certified Wetland Delineator in the Province of New Brunswick, 2005
Member of the Board of the Fredericton Botanical Garden, 2007
First aid, CPR-C certificates
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) Certificate
Bilingual; French and English; written and oral.
2009 – 2012 Environmental Consulting:
Golder, Jenivar, MREAC, ECW,
Ocean Valley Associates, AECOM, Stantec
Pinchin Leblanc Environmental Ltd.
Wetland Delineator and Rare Vascular Plant Biologist
Species at Risk (Vascular Plants) and Wetlands (Delineations and
Functional Analyses); fieldwork and reporting for diverse projects
for several companies.
2012 Autism Consultants NB
Behavioral Interventionist for Children with Autism
2011 Lawn Rangers
2010 – 2011 Tantramar Wetlands Center
Delivering educational programs pertaining to wetlands to youth
Tutoring grade nine math (in French)
2009, 2010 Community Residence Program (MCRI)
Supporting adults with intellectual disabilities
2005-2007 Jacques Whitford Limited, Fredericton NB
Species at Risk (Vascular Plants) and Wetlands (Delineations
and Functional Analyses); fieldwork and reporting for
2000-2003 Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre, Sackville, NB
Rare Vascular Plant Surveys and Reporting
2002 Canadian Wildlife Service, Sackville, NB
2000 Department of Agriculture and Forestry, Charlottetown, PEI
Vascular Plant Identification: Provincial Forest Inventory Project
2001 Dalhousie University Department of Anatomy, Halifax, NS
Standard techniques in mammalian histology and
1997-2000 University of British Columbia Department of
Botany, Vancouver BC
Undergraduate level laboratory instruction, coursework marking
(Plant Anatomy, Biology, Plant Physiology, Plant Cell Biology)
1995-1996 Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Undergraduate level laboratory instruction (Terrestrial Diversity, Microbiology)
Arsovski AA, Popma TM, Haughn GW, Carpita NC, McCann MC, Western TL. 2009. AtBXL1 encodes a bifunctional beta-D-xylosidase/alpha-L-arabinofuranosidase required for pectic arabinan modification in Arabidopsis mucilage secretory cells.
Blaney, C.S.; C.D. Spicer, T.M. Popma, and C. Hanel. 2002. Fieldwork 2002.
Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre.
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