February 2, 2023
The Biddanda lab visually documented daily vertical migrations of purple and white-appearing microbial mats in Lake Huron sinkholes. The paper was officially published in the February issue of the Journal of Great Lakes Research.
November 3, 2022
Our study of daily microbial mat color changes in a submerged Lake Huron sinkhole has been published in the Journal of Great Lakes Research.
October 1, 2022
Wetlands are immensely important ecosystems, but are under threat worldwide. Spanish colleagues and Bopi Biddanda recently published a piece in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment about protecting Spanish wetlands.
Opinion piece on the role/protection of mountain water towers is published in American Geophysical Union's Eos
September 16, 2022
Bopi Biddanda, along with 2 Spanish colleagues, published an opinion piece in EOS on protecting and studying mountain water reserves in the Spanish Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Essay on the importance of Great Lakes drowned river mouth estuaries comes out in IAGLR's Lakes Letter
August 31, 2022
An essay by AWRI's Biddanda and Woznicki labs appeared in the Summer 2022 Lakes Letter published by the International Association for Great Lakes Research. It details the importance of Great Lakes drowned rivermouth estuaries.
August 8, 2022
In a new Postcard from the Field to AGU, Bopi's spanish colleague photographed meltwater lakes on top of Greenland's glaciers, highlighting the visible effects of global climate change.
June 15, 2022
Former Biddanda Lab Master's Graduate Jasmine Mancuso won the 2021 award for Most Notable Paper by an Early Career Scientist in Journal of Great Lakes Research.
June 13, 2022
In the latest Postcard from the Field to AGU, the Biddanda lab is out on Muskegon Lake performing MLO buoy maintenance.
May 19, 2022
As night turns to day, microbial mats in the Middle Island Sinkhole turn from white to purple as photosynthetic cyanobacteria makes their way to the surface to harvest sunlight.
May 3, 2022
Bopi Biddanda along with colleagues and students at the University of Granada evaluated the Doñana Wetlands in Spain for water quality, changes, and threats.