Current Research

Project Title(desc) Investigators Funding agency Years active
DIRT - Detritus Input & Removal Treatment Project Knute Nadelhoffer 2009 to 2014
DIRT 2011 Project Sterling Atkins NSF-REU 2010
Disentangling the functional roles of forest biological and physical structure on carbon storage Mark Kreider National Science Foundation, Department of Defense 2017
Distance based mercury contamination in association to artisanal gold mining in Zimbabwe Paul Drevnick 2014
Diversity of the diatom genus Frustulia John Kociolek
Diversity of the diatom genus Frustulia John Kociolek 2012 to 2014
Diversity of the diatom genus Frustulia Pavla Urbankova 2012
Do carbon-based and nitrogen-based plant chemical defenses respond differently to rising atmospheric CO2 levels? A test with tomato, phenolics, alkaloids, and protease inhibitors Kelly Houseal 2011
Do Plants Make Scents in Theories of Plant Defense? Elizabeth Wason NSF-IGERT 2008 to 2010
Do stream road crossings contribute to habitat fragmentation of crayfish? 2017
Do the mechanisms of contest assessment differ for male and female crayfish, Orconectes rusticus? Sarah Jane Wofford 2014 to 2015
Does ecological immunity underlie plant quality-induced changes in herbivore tolerance to infection and parasite virulence under global change? Mark Hunter 2017
Douglas Lake Water Profiles Owen Lind, Welch, Paul Smith, Eggleton, Frank E., Gannon, Aron J. 1912 to 2009
Drivers of decadal to century forest net primary production Cynthia Scheuermann 2013 to 2014
Dynamics of nitrogen oxides and ozone above and within a mixed hardwood forest in northern Michigan Brian Seok NSF-IGERT 2007
Earthworm invasions as drivers of soil carbon sequestration in north temperate forests Jasmine Crumsey NSF-IGERT 2011 to 2012
Earthworms as a source of mercury in terrestrial food chains National Science Foundation 2019
Ecological Implications of behavioral syndromes in crayfish
Ecology and biology of landlocked sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) within Michigan's inland waterway Jesse McCarter 2015
Ecosystems in Four Dimensions: Measuring Changes to Forest Structure and Function in the Anthropocene Kyla M Dahlin National Science Foundation 2019 to 2020