|Project Title||Investigators||Funding agency|
|Mapping the native and invasive haplotypes of Phragmites australis in northern Michigan||Heather Siersma|
|LTREB: Drivers of temperate forest carbon storage fom canopy closure through successional time||Knute Nadelhoffer, Lucas Nave, Christopher Gough||National Science Foundation|
|Long-term monitoring of trophic status of Douglas Lake||Kristi Judd|
|Local adaptations to flow: investigating how flow conditions in streams and lakes influence chemically-mediated search behavior in crayfish||Troy Keller|
|Linking the Biogeochemical Cycles of Carbon and Toxic Trace Metals: A Landscape-Level Investigation of Redistribution of Atmospherically Sourced Toxic Trace Metals (Pb and Hg) Within Soils and Surface Waters||Erika Williams||NSF-IGERT|
Forest-atmosphere BVOC exchange in diverse and structurally complex canopies: 1-D modeling of a mid-successional forest in northern Michigan. Atmospheric Environment. In Press.
The Effects of Biodiesel and Crude Oil on the Foraging Behavior of Rusty Crayfish, Orconectes rusticus. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. In Press;69(4):557-565.
Open-top chambers for temperature manipulation in taller-stature plant communities. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 2017.
Scaling to the Organism: An Innovative Model of Dynamic Exposure Hotspots in Stream Systems. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 2017;(2922).
Physiographic factors underlie rates of biomass production during succession in Great Lakes forest landscapes. Forest Ecology and Management. 2017;397:157-173.