Ms. Ambrose is an Environmental Scientist with 16 years of experience leading and managing hundreds of environmental projects in both the USA and Canada. Her professional employment experience has supported various government agencies, private businesses, and non-profit organizations. She specializes in the evaluation of environmental impacts within both human/ecological risk assessment and natural resource damage assessment (NRDA) disciplines. She has analyzed a wide range of environmental threats and quantified impacts and risk levels posed to various human and ecological receptor groups. Her skills include planning and scoping for remedial investigations, mitigation methods, data compilation, environmental modeling, GIS, conceptual site model development, statistical analysis, and professional report writing.
Ms. Ambrose also has expertise in the evaluation, planning, and permitting of many small and large-scale for both conventional (transmission line, gas pipeline, LNG terminals, etc.) and renewable energy projects (wind energy) throughout the USA including expertise in assessing potential noise impacts, conducting acoustic modeling analyses, baseline data monitoring, and performing regulatory compliance determinations. She has also conducted underwater acoustic impacts assessments with the purpose of assessing potential impacts on sensitive marine species.
Ms. Ambrose earned a Masters of Sciences degree from the University of Maine in Ecology & Environmental Science majoring in Resource, Economics, and Policy.