Dr. Edward Anderson is a retired lecturer at the University of the South Pacific and presently an Adjoin Fellow with the School of Marine Studies. He taught Physical Oceanography, Marine Pollution and Maritime Skills and Techniques. He has taught at the University of Victoria and at the Bamfield Marine Station, Canada. He is an Honorary Fellow with the School of Marine Studies and a consultant with Aquatic Sciences Pacific. He has served at every level in Oceanography from Able Bodied Seaman to Chief Scientist.
He has two publications in progress, Rewa River Estuarine Circulation and A Manual for the Identification of Zooplankton in Fiji Waters. In the future he plans to study the swimming behaviour and feeding of copepods in 3D.
Ph.D. (Oceanography) 1974, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Canada
B.A. (Biology) 1966, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Publications since 2013
Anderson, EP. 2014. Dissolved Nitrogen and Phosphorous in Suva Harbour and Laucala Bay. Report by Aquatic Science Pacific for Water Authority of Fiji. 63pp
Anderson, EP. 2014. Effects of the Kinoya Sewage Treatment Plant on Benthic Communities. Report by Aquatic Science Pacific for Water Authority of Fiji. 23pp
Anderson, EP. 2014. Heavy Metals in Suva Harbour and Laucala Bay. Report by Aquatic Science Pacific for Water Authority of Fiji. 39pp
Anderson, EP and K Urata, 2013. The Deep Chlorophyll Maximum in Fiji Waters. Pacific Science Inter-congress, Suva , Fiji, 8 July 2013
Anderson, EP and B Judson. 2013. Risks of Shipping in the Pacific Islands. Pacific Science Inter-Congress Suva , Fiji, 11 July 2013