Current Research

Project Title(desc) Investigators Funding agency Years active
Fungal and bacterial decomposition of downed woody debris Christopher Gough 2014 to 2015
Fungal and bacterial decomposition of downed woody debris 2014 to 2015
Furthering Restoration via a New Approach to Invasive Mussel Control Troy Keller Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (US EPA) 2017 to 2018
Future Forest Sensitivity to Tropospheric Ozone: Interactive Effects of Climate Warming and Altered Forest Composition Michael Muzyka NSF-REU 2011
Game fish habitat preferences in Northern Michigan lakes and streams 2015
Genetics of a female-specific color polymorphism in the damselfly Enallagma hageni Mark Shields University of Oklahoma 2010
Geographic Variation in Wood Frogs CWRU Sabbatical Leave Grant 2019
Geographical distribution of mercury along the Madre de Dios river, Peru Aubrey Langeland, Paul Drevnick 2014
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Harvesting Invasive Cattail as a Management Solution at Cheboygan Marsh Matthew Connors, Shane C Lishawa, Beth Lawrence 2014 to 2017
Herbivory on Pitcher's thistle, Cirsium pitcheri Cathy Bach none 2013
Honeysuckle Creek Watershed Study Lucas Nave, Paul Drevnick McIntire-Stennis Capacity Grant, NIFA 2014 to 2016
How does chronic exposure to pharmaceuticals impact crayfish behavior and physiology 2015
How the Role of Diet Fed to Bass (Micropterus salmoides) and Cichlids (Oreochromis Mossambicus) Affects Crayfish (Orconectes virilis) Behavior 2017
How will climate change and latitude interact to affect tree species in the Great Lakes Region? 2016 to 2020
Hydrologic alterations in contaminated streams and the influence of the hyporheic zone in contaminant bioavailability Anna Harrison 2013
Hydrologic Connectivity of Isolated Wetlands Arthur J Gold 2017
Hyphae response to higher and lower N availability in soils Clarisse Betancourt UM-EEB 2011
Identifying Sources and Degradation Mechanisms of Methylmercury in Temperate Forest Ecosystems Martin Tsui National Science Foundation 2013 to 2016
Inclusion of vegetation in climate models Alexander Michael Bryan U of M Advance Program, E. C. Crosby Research Funds 2009