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Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Student Presentations

July 20, 2017 – Hear directly from students in Stone Lab's Research Experience for Undergraduates Scholarship Program about their projects

NOTE This event occurs in the past

Join us tonight as our Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) students present the results of their independent research projects. REU presentations are streamed online only. (No registration is required this year.)

Presentations will begin at 6 p.m.

Student Presenters

Importance of Lake Erie island preserves for birds during breeding season
Stacey Clay, The Ohio State University, Ornithology REU

Intoxicated fishes: evaluating Aqui-S as an anesthetic for lake trout
Kearstin Findley, Rockford University, Fisheries REU

Depth distribution of phytoplankton in western Lake Erie: Correlation between buoy and Fluoroprobe-derived data
Alex Johnson, Cleveland State University, Water Quality REU

Nutrient limitations in the central basin of Lake Erie
Madeline Lambrix, The Ohio State University, Water Quality REU

Changes in forest composition in lowland island forests after the emerald ash borer
Camille Manoukian, The Ohio State University, Botany REU

Effects of sediment resuspension on nutrient flux and nitrification in Lake Erie
Taylor Michael, Kent State University, Field Zoology REU

Determining nutrient limitations of benthic algae growth using a nutrient diffusing substrate
Marissa Musk, Michigan State University, Water Quality REU

Visual detection thresholds of walleye under varying turbidity
Andrew Oppliger, The Ohio State University, Ichthyology REU

Guest lecture recordings are available at or on YouTube a few days after each event.

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