Tyler Harman defends thesis on coral resistance to thermal stress and disease

On August 28, 2020, grad student Tyler Harman defended his Master�s thesis, �Analysis of seasonal changes in thermal stress resilience and innate immunity in the temperate coral, Astrangia poculata, from future climate impacts."

Matt Allen defends his thesis on impairments of Little Flower Creek

On July 10, 2020, graduate student Matt Allen successfully defended his Master's thesis, titled "Public and environmental health restoration of the Little Flower Creek watershed, Muskegon County, Michigan".

Jasmine Mancuso defends her thesis focusing on harmful algal blooms in Muskegon Lake

On July 2nd, 2020, graduate student Jasmine Mancuso successfully defended her thesis, "Bloom or bust: Search for phytoplankton community drivers using long-term time-series observations and field measurements in a model Great Lakes estuary".

Paige Kleindl defends her thesis investigating relationship of nutrients, plants, and algae

Paige Kleindl successfully defended her master's thesis, titled "Shoreline restoration and source of nutrient enrichment impacts on macrophyte and epiphytic algal communities."

Molly Lane defends her thesis assessing qPCR method for E. coli measurement

Graduate student Molly Lane successfully defended her Master's thesis, titled "The implementation of qPCR beach monitoring methods: analysis of a multi lab validation study and the role of environmental parameters on a comparison of Colilert and qPCR".

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