Dr. Evan Edinger is an associate professor in Geography and Biology, and cross-appointed to Earth Sciences. Prior to joining Memorial, he taught at St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, and did a post-doctoal fellowship at Laurentian University in Northern Ontario.
Dr. Edinger obtained his PhD from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, where he studied the impacts of land-based pollution on Indonesian coral reefs.
Image analysis lab.
Underwater video analysis.
Active Research Interests:
Biogeography of deep-sea corals in Newfoundland and Labrador waters.
Environmental impacts of land-based pollution on coral reefs of North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Paleoecology of fossil reefs on Banks Island, North West Territories.
Growth rates and longevity of deep-sea corals; paleoceanographic records in deep-sea coral skeletons.
Past Research Interests:
Environmental impacts of land-based pollution on coral reefs, Java Sea, Indonesia.
Paleoecology of Quaternary reefs, Huon Peninsula, Papua, New Guinea.
Profiling Regional Watershed Management on the Northeast Avalon: Integrating Practices for Drinking Water Quality
2023 ENGO Conference
Integrated marine geoscience to guide environmental impact assessment and sustainable development in Frobisher Bay, Nunavut