Chloe Robinson is a junior research associate with the Queen's Experimental Ecology and Ecotoxicology research group at Queen’s University. Her research investigates the effects of oil sands mining on wildlife in Canada. Specifically, she is interested in how exposure to oil sands wastewater affects the reproduction and development of amphibians. Chloe is passionate about using applied research to inform policy decisions that will protect natural spaces in Canada from pollution.

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