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Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources
212 Aiken Center
University of Vermont
81 Carrigan Drive
Burlington, VT 05405
Anthony began research as a post-doctoral associate with the Ecological Design group in September 2011, after completing his PhD at UVM in early 2011. His thesis was titled: An Ecomimetic Approach to Testing Biodegradation: The Treatment and Fate of the Alkanolamine 2-[(2-Aminoethyl)Amino]Ethanol. His research examined the treatment and fate of a high production volume industrial compound in a novel ecological treatment system and employed multiple analytical approaches, including microbiological, chemical fate prediction modelling, LC-MS-MS analysis, 15N stable isotope tracing, amongst other standard techniques.
Current research activities include microbiology and molecular genetics of organisms in ecological treatment systems; the treatment of alkanolamines, ethylenediamines and mining flotation reagents; development and testing of task-specific ecological technologies; alternative uses for industrial waste products; and basic treatment system characterization.
Anthony has held positions in the public, private and academic sectors in both Canada and the United States.
Ph.D., Natural Resources, The University of Vermont, Burlington
M.S., Holistic Science, The University of Plymouth
B.Sc., Environmental Sciences (Co-operative, Environmental Toxicology), The University of Manitoba
Ecological Design & Engineering, Waste/water Treatment & bioremediation, Fate of Organic Contaminants, Environmental microbiology, Industrial ecology, Closed Ecological Life Support