Tonight, Zoe Almeida and Amara Huddleston take will take part in the department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology's 2018 Darwin seminar series. The Seminar takes place on February 15t at 4-5pm at Hitchcock Hall 035.
This week Josh Stone is presenting at the 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting in Portland, Oregan. Josh is a post-doctoral researcher at the Aquatic Ecology Lab, and his talk is titled Response of Zooplankton to Human-Induced Rapid Environmental Change (HIREC) in Lake Erie.
Former AEL graduate student Kuan-Yu (Alex) Chen has published his research in the British Ecological Society's Methods in Ecology and Evolution. His paper entitled assignPOP: An R Package for population assignment using genetic, non-genetic-or integrated data in a
Stuart Ludsin gave an invited talk to the Great Lake Fishery Commission’s Fish Health Committee in Cleveland, Ohio on February 7th. His talk, entitled “Harmful algal blooms: potential impacts on fish & human health”, focused on the state of knowledge concerning the impacts of
Mike Vanni, a Professor in Miami University’s Department of Biology, gave a seminar in EEOB’s spring seminar series and visited the AEL this past week. He gave a stimulating seminar entitled “Farms, fish, phosphorus and phytoplankton: Watersheds and fish regulate Midwest reservoir ecosystem
The 2018 Lake Erie - Inland Waters Research Review was a success! The annual conference stems from the 30+ year partnership between Ohio Department of Natural Resources-Division of Wildlife and the Aquatic Ecology Laboratory.