SFS Faculty and Scientists
Effects of invasive species on food web interactions and ecophysiology
Fisheries biology, lake sturgeon biology, early life history of Great Lakes fishes, aquaculture, urban aquaculture
Tropical limnology, nutrient cycling, food webs, carbon dynamics
Environmental economics, water valuation, soil and water conservation, climate change adaptation
Toxicology, toxicogenomics, epigenetics, behavioral toxicology, gene-environment-disease/dysfunction interactions
Microbiogeochemical ecophysiology, physical-chemical-biological coupling, time series analysis, hydrothermal vents, lithotrophy
Aquaculture, nutrient requirements, alternative ingredients, stress response, aquatic feed management
Groundwater chemistry, contaminant transport and degradation, environmental tracers
Biogeochemistry, carbon cycle, colloids and nanparticles, stable isotopes, radionuclides, environmental change
Fisheries ecology, biological oceanography
Function and evolution of freshwater and marine invertebrates
Water security, water policy, political economy, resolution of issues related to water extraction and resource allocation, and transboundary water governance.
Genomics, emerging contaminants, pharmaceuticals, nanomaterials, toxicology, nantoxicology, ecology, biomarkers, water policy
Biogeochemistry, limnology, radiochemistry, nutrient and carbon cycling, observing systems
Bacterial genetics, fecal pollution, fate and transport of bacteria, pathogens in the environment, beach closings
microbial ecology, genome & sequence analysis, aquatic system dynamics, microbial systematics
Molecular ecology, population genetics, aquaculture techniques, Great Lakes biotics and abiotics
Instrumentation and sensor development, automation of molecular biological methods, in situ chemical and biological detection in aqueous environments
Policy issues related to water, environmental sustainability, land use, brownfield redevelopment, urban green space, and climate change.
How experts and public stakeholders communicate about risk and uncertainty, especially in the contexts of science and environmental policy decision-making.