Linklater, Dr. Natalie

Natalie Linklater
MITACS Canadian Science Policy Fellow (Post-Doc.), PhD Carleton University, MASc Carleton University Senior Lab Instructor
Email: Phone:
250-960-5421
Office:
10-2534
Campus:
  • Prince George

Biography

Dr. Linklater has a PhD in wastewater disinfection specializing in alternative disinfection methods such as potassium ferrate, peracetic acid, hydrogen peroxide and ultraviolet light irradiation. For her dissertation, she examined the prevalence of viable but non-culturable (VBNC) following wastewater disinfection. As a MITACS Canadian Science Policy Fellow with the Ministry of Agriculture of the Government of British Columbia, she examined agricultural drought and how it may change in the face of climate change in British Columbia.

Natalie is currently involved in teaching and developing curriculum for new Civil and Environmental Engineering programs at UNBC. 

Courses taught at UNBC:

  • ENGR 110: Technical Writing
  • ENGR 217: Engineering Design II
  • ENGR 254/ENGR 350: Fluid Hydraulics I (Lab Component)
  • ENVE 222: Engineering Biology
  • ENSC 418: Environmental Measurement and Analysis

Courses Taught at Other Institutions:

  • CIVE 410: Solid Waste, Air, and Water Pollution, University of Victoria
  • ENVE 3002: Environmental Engineering Systems Modeling, Carleton University
  • ENVE 3004: Contaminant and Pollutant Transport in the Environment, Carleton University

Courses Currently in Development:

  • CIVE 241: Engineering Materials
  • CIVE 260: Soil Mechanics I
  • CIVE 360: Soil Mechanics II
  • ENGR 240: Mechanics of Materials II
  • ENGR 254: Fluid Mechanics
  • ENGR 270: Surveying
  • ENVE 222: Engineering Biology
  • ENVE 318: Environmental Engineering Measurement
  • ENVE 351: Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Transport
  • ENGR 358: Water and Wastewater Systems

Research and Expertise

Natalie's research interests include: small scale water and wastewater treatment, water and wastewater treatment for rural communities, alternative disinfection methods, community science, climate change adaptations strategies for small and rural communities, agricultural drought

Research Fields:
  • Climate Change
  • Environment
Areas of Expertise:

environmental engineering, water, wastewater, disinfection

Languages Spoken:
  • English
  • French
Not accepting graduate students
Available to be contacted by the media as a subject matter expert