|Project Title||Investigators||Funding agency(asc)||Years active|
|Selective sea lamprey barriers||Ulrich Reinhardt||Great Lakes Fisheries Commission|
|Performing Vowels in the Note of Blue||Faculty, Pratt Institute, Seeking external grant; Initial site research phase: self-funded.||2019 to 2020|
|Increasing biodiversity and habitat complexity in invaded wetlands||EPA: GLRI (subaward through Loyola University)||2017 to 2018|
|A sustainable approach for restoring wetland biodiversity||Nancy Tuchman, Shane C Lishawa, Beth Lawrence, Brian Ohsowski||EPA||2011 to 2016|
|Invertebrate Response to Wetland Restoration||Kimberly Greene||EPA||2010 to 2011|
Oxidation of Volatile Organic Compounds as the Major Source of Formic Acid in a Mixed Forest Canopy. Geophysical Research Letters. 2019;46(5):2940-2948.
A national approach to leverage the benefits of tree planting on public lands. New Forests. 2019;50(1):1-9.
Browse-Mediated Succession by Deer and Elk 40 Y After a Clearcut in Northern Lower Michigan. The American Midland Naturalist. 2019;181(1):81.
Seasonal dynamics and exports of elements from a first‐order stream to a large inland lake in Michigan. Hydrological Processes. 2019.
Effects of experimental harvesting of an invasive hybrid cattail on wetland structure and function. Restoration Ecology. 2019;27(2):389-398.