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Jasmine Mancuso wins Journal of Great Lakes Research Award

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.

Microbes Dance to the Beat of the Sun in AGU Postcard

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.

Spain's Doñana Wetlands Under Threat: Postcard from the Field

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.

Postcard from the Field on Massive Mid-March Saharan Dust Storm over Europe published on AGU Tumblr

April 4, 2022

While on his Fulbright Scholarship in Granada, Spain, Bopi experienced a rare dust storm.

Postcard from the Field on Students as Citizen Scientists Studying Spanish Sierra Nevada watersheds published on AGU Tumblr

February 23, 2022

While on his Fulbright scholarship in Granada, Spain, Bopi helped high school students learn about their local aquatic resources.

Bopi Biddanda receives University Excellence Award

February 10, 2022

Bopi was one of 10 GVSU faculty members to receive an award as part of GVSU's annual University Excellence Awards.

Article Elucidating Organisms and Metabolic Pathways in a Lake Huron Sinkhole Published in mSystems

December 7, 2021

Dr. Biddanda and co-collaborators from the University of Michigan, University of Wisconsin Stout, and NOAA recently published an article in the journal mSystems describing the major organisms and metabolic pathways of sinkhole microbial mats.

New Postcard from the Field on 2021 Muskegon Lake Algal Blooms now on AGU Tumblr

November 10, 2021

Read about how Muskegon Lake saw intense algal blooms "Like Lawn on a Lake" in 2021.

Study on Diatom domination in Muskegon Lake during 2019 published in the Journal of Great Lakes Research

September 21, 2021

A study on exploring the domination of Diatoms in the Muskegon Lake Algal community will be published in the October issue of the Journal of Great Lakes Research.

Paper on using extreme Earth ecosystems as models for extraterrestrial exploration published in the Journal Life

August 27, 2021

The Biddanda lab, together with members of the TBNMS dive team published a paper in the journal Life about using Earth ecosystems like Lake Huron's sinkholes as models in the search for life throughout the solar system.



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