Chelsea Mathieson is an environmental scientist and marine biologist based out of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Originally from interior British Columbia, she grew up loving all things nature. In 2016, Chelsea graduated from Selkirk College with a technical diploma in Integrated Environmental Planning, where she was presented with the Governor General’s Award for Academic Excellence. In 2017, she graduated with highest honours from Royal Roads University with a BSc in Environmental Science.
Currently, Chelsea works as a research scientist with a number of non-profit organizations, including the Transient Killer Whale Research Project (Victoria, British Columbia) and Marine Life Studies (Monterey, California). She is incredibly passionate about the natural world, and she loves to share that passion with the people around her. Her interests include project planning, data analysis, marine mammal ecology, northern right whale dolphins, and mitigating anthropogenic impacts (such as toxins and climate change) on marine and terrestrial ecosystems.
In her free time, Chelsea loves hiking, photography, travelling, playing hockey, and doing anything outdoors. In the future, Chelsea hopes to pursue graduate studies in Marine Environmental Planning.
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