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Dr. Carl Ruetz is taking the lead on a new ~$200K project to study yellow perch stocks in Lake Michigan and adjacent drowned river mouth lakes.
It has been more than one year since we opened and dedicated the R.B. Annis Field Station here at AWRI. The building has been well-used!
We are excited to welcome 4 new graduate students to AWRI!
Dr. David Fowle of the University of Kansas is conducting his sabbatical in Al Steinman's lab this Fall 2014 term.
A recent study summarizing 11 years of plankton metabolism data from Muskegon Lake to Lake Michigan give insight on the carbon balance in this Great Lakes coastal ecosystem.
Dr. Mark Luttenton is part of a team of scientists who are surveying the Great Lakes for fungi that could possibly be used to treat pediatric cancers.
AWRI's Dr. Kevin Strychar co-authored a chapter on climate change in a recent report released by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.
AWRI says goodbye to two postdocs, Geraldine Nogaro and Dave Janetski, who have both secured exciting new positions.
Data from the Muskegon Lake Long-Term Monitoring Program has been used to create a water quality dashboard that depicts the current status and historical trends in Muskegon Lake water quality.
Invasive hybrids between an introduced aquatic weed, Eurasian watermilfoil, and its ecologically benign native sister species, northern watermilfoil, are associated with chemically managed lakes in the Menominee River Watershed (MRW).