Faculty of note in June 2021
June 11, 2021
Richard Rediske, professor of water resources, and a student gave a presentation, "Investigation of Escherichia coli Coliform contamination in the Pigeon River Watershed," at the virtual Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters Conference.
Jim McNair, associate professor of water resources, was a co-author of an article, "A Stochastic Model of Epilithic Algal Succession and Patch Dynamics in Streams," published in Ecosphere.
Carl Ruetz, associate professor of water resources, and a graduate student gave a presentation, "Fish Community Response to Shoreline Structure and Latitudinal Gradient in Drowned River Mouths of Eastern Lake Michigan," at the virtual meeting of the Michigan Chapter of the American Fisheries Society.
Sookkyung Cho, associate professor of piano, produced a CD, "Schubert's 1817 Sonatas."
Erik Nordman, professor of biology; Paul Isely, professor of economics; and Julie Cowie, MVE-Lab program manager, gave a presentation, "Economic Impact of Shoreline Remediation and Habitat Restoration in the Muskegon Lake Area of Concern," at the Social Cost of Water Pollution Workshop. Nordman also wrote an article, "Landslide Risk Assessment in St. Vincent and the Grenadines," for a publication by the Global RCE Network.