Team Lead-HydrologistContact Info
Water Quality Specialist, USGS Oregon Water Science Center (ORWSC)
Conducting water quality studies at ORWSC since 1991
B.S. Chemistry, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon (1982)
M.S.E. Environmental Engineering/Limnology, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington (1991)
My Science Topics
My USGS Science Strategy AreasUnderstanding Ecosystems & Predicting Ecosystems Change
The Role of Environment and Wildlife in Human Health
A Water Census of the United States
Water Quality: Interface of Water Chemistry & Ecology, Role of Disturbance, Nonpoint Sources
Ecological effects of dam removal.
Effects of water quality on amphibians in the Pacific Northwest, including development and implementation of field methods for detection and quantitation of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in water. ARMI PNW-Region Hydrologic Coordinator.
Interactions of water quality and freshwater ecology, especially nonpoint runoff of nutrients, pesticides, and sediment in agricultural and urban settings.
Sources and potential mitigation for threats to drinking water quality, including pesticides and other contaminants and precursors for formation of disinfection byproducts.
Contact InformationChauncey Anderson
2130 S.W. Fifth Avenue
Portland, OR 97201
503-251-3470 - Fax
Back to top