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Modeling reveals role of dynamic coastal upwelling and hydrologic inputs on water exchanges in Great Lakes estuary

Postdoctoral associate, Dr. Qianqian Liu has published a 1st of it's kind hydrodynamic modelling study for the Muskegon Lake ecosystem with her co-advisors: AWRI's Bopi Biddanda and NOAA's Eric J. Anderson.

Kim Oldenborg defends her thesis on the impact of sediment dredging on phosphorus flux

Kim Oldenborg has successfully defended her Master's thesis, titled "Impact of sediment dredging on phosphorus flux in a restored wetland".

Jay Zuidema defends his thesis on stream metabolism and the free water D.O. method

Jay Zuidema has successfully defended his Master's thesis, titled "Estimating Components of Stream Metabolism Using the Free Water Dissolved Oxygen Method".

Consequences of Hypoxia are Chronicled by GVSU's Muskegon Lake Observatory

GVSU-AWRI's buoy observatory reveals seasonal patterns of hypoxia in Muskegon Lake.

Muskegon Lake Water Quality Dashboard 2017

The annual Muskegon Lake water quality dashboard has been updated with data collected in 2017.

GVSU's Time-Series Observatory Chronicles Hypoxia in Muskegon Lake Area of Concern

Research conducted by the Biddanda Lab at AWRI using the Muskegon Lake Observatory Buoy has been featured in the Journal of Great Lakes Research and the February 2017 issue of InterChange, the newsletter of GVSU's Regional Math and Science Center.

AWRI's 2017 Year in Review is now online

AWRI's annual Year in Review publication is now available online

Justin Wegner defends his thesis on brook trout thermoregulation and habitat selection

Justin Wegner has successfully defended his thesis titled �Brook Trout Behavioral Thermoregulation and Habitat Selection in a Small Michigan Coldwater Stream: Implications for Successful Management�.

Nick Gezon defends his thesis on CRESS-DNA viral consortium of quagga mussels and Lake Michigan sediments

Nick Gezon has successfully defended his thesis on the CRESS-DNA viral consortium of quagga mussels and Lake Michigan sediments.

Tori Harris defends her thesis on the impact of sawmill debris on benthic macroinvertebrates

Tori Harris successfully defends her thesis on the impact of sawmill debris on benthic macroinvertebrates.



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