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Rick Scott - Staff

 

Mr. Scott has been with the Centre since it was established in 1981.  Originally hired as a limnologist to head a long-term investigation of the water quality effects of urbanization on lakes and ponds making up the former water supply for the City of Halifax, his research broadened to include such topics as watershed management, on-site wastewater treatment, erosion and sediment control, and rainwater cistern systems.

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1976.

Master of Applied Science, Civil Engineering, Technical University of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1987.

Selected Technical Reports

Eutrophication

Stantec. 2009.  Fall River-Shubenacadie Lakes Watershed Study.  Report # 1025549.  R.Scott prepared Phosphorus Loading Model section of the Receiving Waters Component.

C.W.R.S.and Stantec. 2009.  Kings County Lakeshore Capacity Model – A Review.  Prepared for the Municipality of the County of Kings.  CWRS Internal Report 09-01.

Scott, R.S. and W.C. Hart. 2004.  Water Quality Impact Assessment of Water Bodies Contained in the Bedford West Planning Area Using a Phosphorus Loading Model Approach.  Prepared for Annapolis Group Inc..  CWRS Internal Report 04-02.

Scott, R.S., W. C. Hart, S. Mandaville, and J. Lowe. 2003.  Selection of a Phosphorus Loading Model for Nova Scotia.  Prepared for the NS Water Quality Objective and Model Steering Committee and the Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Labour.  CWRS Internal Report 03-02.

Scott, R.S., W.C. Hart and G. Patterson. 1999.  Phosphorus Export From Stream Catchments in Nova Scotia.  CWRS Internal Report 99-3.

Hart, W.C., R.S. Scott and J.G. Ogden III. 1978.  A Phosphorus Loading Model for Lakes in the Shubenacadie Headwaters. Technical Report #2.  Prepared for Shubenacadie-Stewiacke River Basin Board.

 

Water Quality

Scott, R., C. MacMichael, G. Fenton, W. Hart, and J. Boxall. 2007.  Nova Scotia’s Automated Surface Water Quality Monitoring Network - Data Analysis and Interpretation.  Prepared for the Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Labour.  CWRS Internal Report 07-01.

Scott, R.S.. 2007.  Lake Loop Heat Pump Installations. Assessment of Potential Effects and Environmental Impacts and Guidance and Policy Development. Phase IIa - In-Lake Component Construction and Installation.  Prepared for the Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Labour.  CWRS Internal Report 07-03.

Scott, R.S. and W.C. Hart. 2006.  Lake Loop Heat Pump Installation – Environmental Impacts and Guidance Policy Development.  Prepared for the Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Labour.  CWRS Internal Report 06-04.

Scott, R.S.. 2004.  Pockwock Lake Water Quality Assessment – Effects of Forest Harvesting Activity on Surface Water Quality.  Prepared for the Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Labour.  CWRS Internal Report 04-01.

Scott, R.S.. 1991.  Liming of Aquatic Systems in Nova Scotia: An Overview and Case Study.  Presented at the73rd Canadian Chemical Conference and Exhibition, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

On-Site Wastewater Disposal Systems

Scott, R.S. and R. Jamieson. 2012.  Development of a Passive Disinfection System for On-Site Wastewater Treatment Systems.  Prepared for Brookfield Concrete Products Limited.  CWRS Internal Report 12-02.

Scott, R.S.. 2002.  Use of Tire Chips as a Distribution System Aggregate in On-Site Wastewater Systems in Nova Scotia.  Prepared for the Nova Scotia Resource Recovery Fund Board.  CWRS Internal Report 02-08.

 

Erosion and Sediment Control

Scott, R.S. and D.H. Waller. 2004.  Demonstration Project – Erosion and Sediment Control on the Stillwater/Ellershouse Section of the Highway 101 Twinning Project.  Prepared for the Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Public Works.  CWRS Internal Report 03-07.

Waller, D.H., R.S. Scott, P.Saunders, and M. House. 2001.  Construction Sediment Effects in the Freshwater Environment and Responses From Government Departments.  Prepared for the Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Public Works.   CWRS Internal Report 01-05.

 

Rainwater Cistern Systems

Scott, R.S., J.D. Mooers and D.H. Waller. 1995.  Rain Water Cistern Systems - A Regional Approach to Cistern Sizing in Nova Scotia.  Proc. 7th IRCSC, Beijing, P.R. China.  Vol. 2: 10:- 38-48.

Scott, R.S. and D.H. Waller. 1991.  Development of Guidelines for Rain Water Cistern Systems in Nova Scotia.  Proc. 5th IRCSC, Keelung, Taiwan: 258-266.

Waller, D.H. and R.S. Scott. 1988.  RWCS as an Alternative Drinking Water Source in Regions of Inadequate of Unsuitable Groundwater.  Proc. Intern. Groundwater Symposium, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Waller, D.H. and R.S. Scott. 1988.  Rain Water as an Alternative Drinking Water Source.  In: Drinking Water Treatment - Small System Alternatives. Eds. P.Toft, R. Tobin and J. Sharp. Pergamon Press: 188-197.

Scott, R.S. and D.H. Waller. 1986.  Water Quality of a Rainwater Cistern System in Nova Scotia, Canada.  Proc. 3rd Inter. Conf. on R.W.C.S., Khon Kaen, Thailand. F1: 1-16.