Principal Investigator  

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Dr. Gary Lamberti
Research Assistant Professor  

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Dr. Dominic Chaloner
Graduate Students  

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Whitney Conard
5th year Ph.D. student

Studying Great Lakes human caused stressors including food web contaminants, invasive species, and coastal wetland degradation

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Natalie Levesque
2nd year M.S. student

Studying the ecology of an introduced aquatic plant (Elodea canadensis) in Alaskan ponds

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Katherine O'Reilly
6th year Ph.D. student

Quantifying trophic linkages between coastal wetlands and nearshore Lake Michigan

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Elise Snyder
1st year Pd.D. student

Studying how environmental DNA moves in flowing water


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Sarah Klepinger
Laboratory Manager

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Yolonda Wiens
Administrative Assistant

Ellen Foley
Senior, pursuing a BS in Environmental Sciences

Creating a resource management tool to determine which Great Lakes coastal wetlands are most at risk for invasion by non-native species.
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Firas Houssein
Senior, pursuing a BS in Biological Sciences

Working with the Coastal Wetlands Monitoring Project.
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Rachel Hughes
Junior, pursuing a BS in Liberal Studies and Environmental Sciences supp.

Working with the Elodea project, prepping and analyzing stable isotope samples to create a food web model for southern Alaska.
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Samuel Bosio
Sophomore, pursuing a BS in Environmental Sciences with a minor in Sustainability

Analyzing the efficacy and feasibility of various stream restoration methods.
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Joseph Gentine
Sophomore, pursuing a BS in Environmental Sciences and Economics

Researching chlorophyll levels in Great Lakes coastal wetlands.
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Genesee Kortick
Sophomore, pursuing a BS in Environmental Sciences

Studying Alaskan wetland ecosystems by helping prepare soil samples, insect samples, and entering data.
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