Some recent events happening in the lab.
There is always a lot going on in our lab from exciting and noteworthy to mundane, but crucial. Here are some of the latest.
Leah Bayer joins our team as a PhD student. She comes to us from Youngstown State University. She was an REU student with us in Summer 2017.
Greta Savitsky joined our team as an REU student. She is examining effects of nutrient limitation and flow regime on algal abundance in headwater streams.
What can fishes (and other georeferenced biological data) tell us about spatial patterns of hydrologic disturbance? Turns out, quite a lot! https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1ZBM0B8cckPJX
We have a new paper out on flow-ecology relationships in Journal of Applied Ecology. Check out the blog.
We have a new paper out on flow alteration-ecology relationships in Science of the Total Environment.
We have a new paper out modeling effects of invasive species and drought on crayfish extinction risk.
Dan taught Fish Ecology Spring semester.