People are the most important part of any organization and at the Environmental Monitoring and Science Division, people are the heart of our work. Simply put, we have a great team. Not only do we employ passionate, dedicated staff who are experts in their field, but we regularly collaborate with world renown scientists and specialists to make sure that we understand a problem from all sides.

Learn more about our incredible team and the people we work with by navigating through the content below.

Citizen Science Principles of Good Practice

In Alberta, there is a growing effort to engage the public in science and environmental monitoring. From reporting grizzly bear sightings, to listening to amphibian calls, to monitoring water quality, many Albertans are contributing to data to understand the condition of Alberta’s environment This increase in citizen science has been observed not just in Alberta, […]

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Pilot program trains Aboriginal students from oil sands area

As the Environmental Monitoring and Science division (formerly AEMERA) continues to move forward and establish itself as the provincial monitoring agency responsible for measuring, assessing and informing the public on the condition of Alberta’s environment, engaging with Aboriginal stakeholders to find meaningful ways to braid Traditional Ecological Knowledge into regional monitoring, has become a clear priority. […]

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Job Postings

We’re hiring for a number of positions, in various locations, across the province. Click below to see if one of them is the right fit for you… Current AEMERA Job Postings

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Our Incredible Summer Students

Brandi Bartha, Nicole Steenveld, Garret Doll, Jackson Woren and Farron Bibby spent their summer learning first-hand about their chosen career fields, while gaining practical experience in environmental monitoring. As any summer student can attest to, gaining real world experience is the number one desired outcome at the end of a work term. However, if you […]

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