Researcher Profile

Dale E. Buckley

Job Title: Emeritus Scientist
Employer: Natural Resources Canada, Geological Survey of Canada, Atlantic, Bedford Institute of Oceanography
Place of Birth: Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada
Public School attended: Newtonville Public School, Wolfville Public School
High School attended: Wolfville High School, Thompson High School, North Sydney, N. S.
Further Education: Acadia University (B.Sc. - 1959), University of Western Ontario (M.Sc. - 1966), University of California (Ph.D. - 1964-1966), University of Alaska (Ph.D. - 1966-1968).
Geographic focus of research: Arctic Island Archipelago, District of Franklin, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, France, United States, China, Indonesia, Oceans: Atlantic, North, East and West Pacific, Northeast, East China Sea.

Brief synopsis of current research:
As an emeritus scientist my interest is mainly in review of research areas, with some collaboration with active research scientist in marine geochemistry.

Recent Publications:

Buckley, D. E. (2000) Keys to environmental quality management in marine areas of Halifax Harbour. Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Technical Report, in prep.

Stoffyn-Egli, P. and Buckley, D. E. (1995) The micro-world of the Titanic. Chemistry in Britain, V. 31, no. 7, pp. 551-553.

Buckley, D. E., Smith, J. N. and Winters, G. V. (1995) Accumulation of contaminant metals in marine sediments of Halifax Harbour, Nova Scotia: environmental factors and historical trends. Applied Geochemistry, V. 10, no. 2, pp. 175-195.

Buckley, D. E., MacKinnon, W. G., Cranston, R. E. and Christian, H. A. (1994) Problems with piston core sampling: mechanical and geochemical diagnosis. Marine Geology, V. 117, pp. 95-106.