Current Research

Project Title Investigators Funding agency
Supporting Cisco (Coregonus artedi) Restoration in Northeastern Lake Michigan Albany K Jacobson Eckert, April Renee Richards, Jillian Elise Mayer
Quantifying inter-species differences in root hydraulic properties Liz Agee UMBS Student Research Funding
Furthering Restoration via a New Approach to Invasive Mussel Control Troy Keller, , , Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (US EPA)
Characterizing forest hydrology using stable water isotopes Phoebe Aron
Honeysuckle Creek Watershed Study Lucas Nave, Paul Drevnick
Hydrologic Connectivity of Isolated Wetlands Arthur J Gold
Understanding the effects of a pesticide sensitivity of native and invasive prey to the impact space of a predator. Ana Jurcak, Paul Moore
Does ecological immunity underlie plant quality-induced changes in herbivore tolerance to infection and parasite virulence under global change? Mark Hunter
Modeling A. lycorias body shape and hydrologic conditions David Edwards, Paul Moore
How the Role of Diet Fed to Bass (Micropterus salmoides) and Cichlids (Oreochromis Mossambicus) Affects Crayfish (Orconectes virilis) Behavior , Paul Moore
Indirect effects of largemouth bass on macrophytes through non-consumptive effects on crayfish. Tyler Wood, Paul Moore
Increasing biodiversity and habitat complexity in invaded wetlands Amy Schrank EPA: GLRI (subaward through Loyola University)
Do stream road crossings contribute to habitat fragmentation of crayfish? Cassidy Florey, Paul Moore
Modes of chemical exposure: Groundwater and surface water entry of atrazine and effects on social behavior Alexandra Steele
Assessment of Iris versicolor L. population health across northern Michigan
Airborne Microbial Communities Kathryn Docherty National Science Foundation
Use of GC with ECD for N2O measurement Kristi Judd EMU
Investigating Water Vapor in Disturbed and Undisturbed Sites
Measurements of HOx and other species during PROPHET 2016 National Science Foundation
Is hormone provisioning an adaptive, plastic phenotype in wild crickets? Katherine Crocker, Mark Hunter Orthopterists' Society