CW CESU Experts in Aquatic Ecology

CW CESU Experts in Aquatic Ecology

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Research Interests:   Crustaceans, copepods, hypoxia, vertical migration, plankton ecology, oceanography, STEM inclusion, broadening participation
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Research Interests:   Global Change Biology, Ecosystem Ecology, Biodiversity Ecosystem Function, Restoration Ecology, Invertebrate Ecology, Freshwater Mussels, Nutritional Ecology, Eutrophication Ecology
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Research Interests:   Sustainable food production systems, aquaponics, hydroponics, nutrient balance, food safety
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Institution: Ohio University
Research Disciplines: Algae | Aquatic Ecology
Research Interests:   Stream algae, biofilms, biomonitoring with algae
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Research Interests:   Sustainable urban waterfronts, Emerging environmental technologies and ocean observing, Invasive species ecology, Invasive species prevention, Invasive species management, Chemical ecology of aquatic organisms, Biofouling-settlement-and-recruitment of marine organisms
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Research Interests:   Monitoring, assessment, eDNA, fish, benthic invertebrates, land use
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Research Disciplines: Aquatic Ecology | Marine Ecology | Water Quality
Research Interests:   Eutrophication, harmful algal blooms, phytoplankton physiology, transformations of nitrogen, global changes
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Research Disciplines: Algae | Aquatic Ecology | Biogeochemistry
Research Interests:   Effects of Light on Living Organisms, particularly UV on Phytoplankton and Marine Microbiota, Long Term Variation of Incident UV, UV Transmittance of Natural Waters, Dynamics of Dissolved Organic Matter, Citizen Science approaches to monitoring water quality
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Research Interests:   Ecological Modeling, Stakeholder Engagement, Estuarine Ecology, Chesapeake Bay, Marine Policy, Population Assessment
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Research Interests:   Tidal freshwater ecosystems, river herring, phytoplankton, nitrogen, estuary water quality, sea level rise, coastal wetlands, water technology,