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Anderson, Scott, P.Eng.

Professional Engineer

Contact Information:

440, avenue University
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island C1A 4N6
Telephone: 902-370-1369
Email: scott.anderson@agr.gc.ca

Areas of Expertise:

  • Knowledge and Technology Transfer
  • Soil and Water Engineering
  • GPS and Remote Sensing

Current Projects:

  • Adoption of Insect Netting for Rutabaga Production
  • Adoption of Woodchip Biofilters for Nutrient Removal in Agricultural Wastewater
  • Innovative Drainage Technologies in Cranberry Production

Affiliations:

  • Prince Edward Island Association of Professional Engineers
  • Canadian Water Resources Association

Research publications

Other science related publications

2017

  • Rodd, A.V., Smith, E., Fuller, K. , Burton, D., Anderson, S., Henry, R., McMullen, D., Grimmett, M., Khakbazan, M., Fillmore, S., Nyiraneza, J., Janes, D., Jenkins, S., Murray, B., MacDonald, B., Jiang, Y. and Pratt, W. 2017. Temperature Based Fall Plowing. CRDC / FRDC Seminar Series 2016 / 2017. January 18th.

2016

  • Debnath, S.C., McKenzie, B.D., Bishop, G.A., Dixon P., Mills A., Anderson S. and Siow, Y.L. (2016). “Innovative technologies to accelerate industry transition from “wild” to cultivated cool climate small fruit crop production systems.”, Abstract Book, Joint Annual Conference for the Canadian Society of Agronomy and the Canadian Society for Horticultural Science, July 24-26, 2016, Montreal, QC, Canada; p. 25 (https://www.regonline.ca/builder/site/tab3.aspx?EventID=1812036).

2015

  • Debnath, S.C., Anderson, S., Bishop, G.A., Dixon, P.L., McKenzie, D.-L., Mills, A.A.S., and Siow, Y.L. (2015). Developing innovative technologies to accelerate industry transition from 'wild' to cultivated cool climate berry crop production systems. Project ID: 13-1155; Research Project Annual Report 2014-2015., AAFC Science and Technology Branch. (Report)

2014

  • Debnath, S.C., Anderson, S., Bishop, G.A., Dixon, P.L., McKenzie, D.B., Mills, A.A.S., and Siow, Y.L. (2014). Developing innovative technologies to accelerate industry transition from 'wild' to cultivated cool climate berry crop production systems. Project ID: 13-1155; Research Project Annual Report 2013-2014, AAFC Science and Technology Branch. (Report)
  • Fuller, K.D., Nyiraneza, J., Thompson, B., Bizimungu, B., Bishop, G.A., Jiang, Y., Grimmett, M.G., Khiari, L., Rodd, A.V., and Anderson, S. (2014). "Optimum rates of phosphorus for potato production in soils of varying P status in Atlantic Canada… an AAFC Science & Technology Branch Project.", Scotia Horticultural Congress 2014, Kentville, NS, Canada, January 27-28, 2014.
  • Nyiraneza, J., Thompson, B., Fuller, K.D., Bizimungu, B., Bishop, G.A., Jiang, Y., Grimmett, M.G., Khiari, L., Rodd, A.V., and Anderson, S. (2014). "Potato response to phosphorus fertilization in Atlantic Canada and assessment of the degree of soil phosphorus saturation.", Northeast Potato Technology Forum 2014, Fredericton, NB, Canada, March 12-13, 2014, Oral presentation.
  • Zoski, E.D., Anderson, S., and Stiles, K. (2014). "Bioreactors: A New Approach to Managing Nutrient Loss from Agricultural Lands.", published by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. (Factsheet)

2013

  • Anderson, S., Rodd, A.V., Grimmett, M.G., Nyiraneza, J., Zoski, E.D., Smith, E., Kuehnbaum, A., Handyside, P., Murray, B., Henry, R., Jenkins, S., and others (2013). "Woodchip bioreactor for decreasing nitrate in tile effluent.", Open houses organized by AAFC, Harrington, Charlottetown, PEI, Canada, August 16, 2013. (Presentation)
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