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Stone Lab REU Presentations 2018

Student Presenters Trace Nutrient Limitation of Nitrogen Fixation of Dolichospermum in the Central Basin of Lake Erie 2015-2017 Alyssa Armstrong, Youngstown State University (Limnology REU) Nutrient and Light Limitation of Benthic Cyanobacteria in Lake Erie Jade Bolinger, Bowling Green State University (Limnology REU) Predicting Lake Erie Algal Blooms based on Alternate Ecosystem States Theory: Early Warning Signals of an Impending Bloom Allison Erf, Youngstown State University (Limnology REU) How do algal and sedimentary turbidity affect the swimming performance of Emerald Shiner in Lake Erie? Harrison Fried, The Ohio State University (Ichthyology REU) Planktonic algal community composition of the Maumee River: environmental factors and their relation to toxin-producing cyanobacteria Crista Kieley, University of New England (Limnology REU) Using Avian Survivorship to Assess Habitat Quality of Lake Erie Island Preserves for Breeding Birds Raphaella Mascia, College of the Holy Cross (Ornithology REU) Forest and Soil Composition after Emerald Ash Borer and Invasive Tree Removal on Middle Bass Island Matt Monteith, The Ohio State University (Botany REU)

Published: Jul 19, 2018
Last Modified: Sep 27, 2018
Duration: ~ 1 hr, 51 mins
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
  1. 1 Using Avian Survivorship to Assess Habitat Quality of Lake Erie Island Preserves for Breeding Birds
  2. 14 Forest and Soil Composition after Emerald Ash Borer and Invasive Tree Removal on Middle Bass Island
  3. 35 Planktonic algal community composition of the Maumee River: environmental factors and their relation to toxin-producing cyanobacteria
  4. 50 Nutrient and Light Limitation of Benthic Cyanobacteria in Lake Erie
  5. 63 How do algal and sedimentary turbidity affect the swimming performance of Emerald Shiner in Lake Erie?
  6. 77 Predicting Lake Erie Algal Blooms based on Alternate Ecosystem States Theory: Early Warning Signals of an Impending Bloom
  7. 92 Trace Nutrient Limitation of Nitrogen Fixation of Dolichospermum in the Central Basin of Lake Erie 2015-2017
Contributors

Allison Ruth Erf - Author, Harrison S. Fried - Author, Jade Bolinger - Author, Matthew Monteith - Author, Miss Alyssa P Armstrong - Author, Miss Raphaella Mascia - Author, Ms. Crista Marie Kieley - Author

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Student Presenters

Trace Nutrient Limitation of Nitrogen Fixation of Dolichospermum in the Central Basin of Lake Erie 2015-2017
Alyssa Armstrong, Youngstown State University (Limnology REU)

Nutrient and Light Limitation of Benthic Cyanobacteria in Lake Erie
Jade Bolinger, Bowling Green State University (Limnology REU)

Predicting Lake Erie Algal Blooms based on Alternate Ecosystem States Theory: Early Warning Signals of an Impending Bloom
Allison Erf, Youngstown State University (Limnology REU)

How do algal and sedimentary turbidity affect the swimming performance of Emerald Shiner in Lake Erie?
Harrison Fried, The Ohio State University (Ichthyology REU)

Planktonic algal community composition of the Maumee River: environmental factors and their relation to toxin-producing cyanobacteria
Crista Kieley, University of New England (Limnology REU)

Using Avian Survivorship to Assess Habitat Quality of Lake Erie Island Preserves for Breeding Birds
Raphaella Mascia, College of the Holy Cross (Ornithology REU)

Forest and Soil Composition after Emerald Ash Borer and Invasive Tree Removal on Middle Bass Island
Matt Monteith, The Ohio State University (Botany REU)