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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 has successfully defended his thesis on the CRESS-DNA viral consortium of quagga mussels and Lake Michigan sediments.
Tori Harris successfully defends her thesis on the impact of sawmill debris on benthic macroinvertebrates.
Graduate student Emily Kindervater has successfully defended her thesis, titled "Phosphorus Retention in Two-Stage Agricultural Ditches".
Dr. Bopi Biddanda and Tony Weinke, along with collaborator Jim Cotner from the University of Minnesota, published a commentary in the Journal of Great Lakes Research on the state of the Great Lakes and how good science can help protect them.
Graduate student Greg Chorak has defended his thesis, titled "Yellow perch genetic stock structure in eastern Lake Michigan: What is the importance of drowned river mouth lakes?"
Graduate student Rajesh Sigdel has defended his Master's thesis titled, Assessment of Environmental Stressors in the Indian Mill Creek Watershed.
Graduate student Susanna LaGory has defended her Master's thesis titled Seasonal ecology of mottled sculpin and brown trout in a coldwater Michigan stream.
Dr. Bopi Biddanda has published an op-ed article about the global significance of the changing freshwater carbon cycle in Eos Earth & Space News.