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AEL members attend Great Lakes Conference

June 25, 2018
International association for Great Lakes Research 2018 conference logo

Amara Huddleston, Manju Manubolu, and Lyndsie Collis attended the International Association of Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) conference last weekend in Toronto, Ontario.

Come See Ruth's PhD Exit Seminar on Wednesday!

June 11, 2018
Ruth Briland presents at a conference

This Wednesday, June 13th at 9:00 AM in room, PhD candidate Ruth Briland will present her PhD Exit Seminar entitled Evaluating the causes and consquences of ecosystem change in Lake Erie: From plankton to fish. The seminar will take place at 1314 Kinnear road in room 124.

Hood Lab presents at 2018 Society for Freshwater Science Conference

May 29, 2018
Society for freshwater science 2018 in Detroit, Michigan logo

Members of the Hood Lab attended the Society for Freshwater Science Conference in Detroit, Michigan from May 21-24. The theme was "Navigating Boundaries in Freshwater Science" and featured talks ranging from Great Lakes ecology to nutrient management in streams. Dr.

AEL Researchers Publish Microcystin Findings

May 17, 2018
Cover for "Harmful Algae" academic journal

Manju Manubolu, Alex Kua, Lindsay Collart, and Stu Ludsin have been published in the Journal Harmful Algae. Their paper, titled Optimization of extraction methods for quantification of microcystin-LR and microcystin-RR in fish, vegetable, and soil matrices using UPLC-M

New Faces in the Lab!

May 7, 2018
High school researchers Ben (left) and Michalea (center) and Post-doctoral researcher Andrea (right)

The Aquatic Ecology Lab welcomes some new faces this May! Ben and Michalea (left) come to us from the Columbus academy and will be working on their senior projects with the AEL.

The AEL Congratulates Taylor Brown on Graduation

May 7, 2018
Taylor Brown holds her diploma and wears her graduation robes at 2018's spring commencement

"Congrutulations to all of the spring 2018 graduates, with special congratulations to AEL undergraduate research assistant Taylor Brown (BS, EEOB)! We look forward to seeing her future accomplishments.