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Colin Chapman

 Nova Scotia KBA Coordinator

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Colin Chapman serves as Key Biodiversity Areas (KBA) Nova Scotia Coordinator at WCS Canada.

Colin Chapman began working on vascular plant systematics and conservation at the University of Ottawa and with the Canadian Museum of Nature. He later completed his Masters of Environmental Science at the University of Toronto and expanded his work to conservation projects across eastern Canada. Through extensive field work in Atlantic Canada, he has documented over 8,000 locations for species of conservation concern, including dozens of first provincial records. His work has helped revise conservation ranks, delineate protected areas, and highlight sensitive features for stewardship and management.

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