VCU departmental affiliation:
Center for Environmental Studies
Department of Biology
Research Biologist - U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Alexandria,
• Ph. D. (Environmental Biology) George Mason University, 1996
• M.S. (Environmental Biology) George Mason University, 1992
taught at VCU:
ENVS/BIOL 654 Environmental Remote Sensing
BIOL 654 Water Pollution Biology
Imaging and non-imaging spectroscopy for biological resource
Fluorescence detection of pathogens and contaminants
Rapid assays of pathogens and contaminants using markers and
Wetland ecology and created wetlands for contaminant abatement
Anderson J., S. Webb, R. Fischer, C. Smith, J. Dennis,
and J. Di Benedetto. 2002. In situ detection of the pathogen
E. coli using active laser-induced fluorescence imaging
substrate conversion. Journal of Fluorescence. (accepted
paper, January 2002).
Anderson, J. 2002. Created Wetland
Mitigation: Successes or Failures? In Marine Conservation
Science and Policy.
Ray eds. Blackwell Publishers, England. 312 pages.
E.I., J.E. Anderson, M.H. Podwysocki, and G. Nord. 2001.
Seasonal Variations in Spectral Reflectance of Microbial Flocculates,
Precipitates, and Oil-like films Associated with Neutral
and Acid Mine Drainage In Environmental Monitoring and
Biodiagnostics of Hazardous Contaminants. M. Healy et al.
(eds.) Kluwer Academic
Publishers. pp. 243-266.