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Raising Water Awareness through Science, Music, and Dance

Two one-hour performances of "Sub-merge" will be held on Friday, October 19 at The Block in downtown Muskegon and on Saturday, October 20 at the Haas Center for Performing Arts� Louis Armstrong Theater in GVSU�s Allendale Campus.

Hailee Leimbach-Maus defends her thesis assessing genetic diversity of invasive baby's breath populations

Hailee Leimbach-Maus has successfully defended her Master's thesis, titled "Genetic structure of invasive baby's breath populations in a Michigan dune system".

Kaitlyn Dykstra defends her thesis modeling yellow perch occupancy in wetlands

Kaitlyn Dykstra has successfully defended her Master's thesis, titled "Occupancy and detection of yellow perch in Great Lakes coastal wetlands".

Dan Myers defends his thesis investigating erosion and ecological impacts on a coldwater stream

Dan Myers has successfully defended his Master's thesis, titled "Investigating Erosion and Ecological Impacts to an Urban Coldwater Stream Using Multiple Techniques".

Emma Rice defends her thesis assessing control methods of invasive Baby's Breath

Emma Rice has successfully defended her Master's thesis, titled "Assessment of invasive Gypsophila paniculata control methods in the northwest Michigan dunes"

Raising Water Awareness Through Performance Art

Dr. Al Steinman has collaborated with GVSU faculty members on a project to improve water awareness through performance art.

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.



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