Emily Stanley, Professor, Department of Zoology and Center for Limnology
Center for Limnology University of Wisconsin 680 North Park St. Madison, WI 53706; 608-263-2567 (email)
Ross Freeman- M.S., Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development, 2000.
Thesis- "Ecological analysis and conservation implications of landscape change in the Wisconsin River floodplain"
Jonathan West- M.S., Zoology, 2001.
Thesis- "Denitrification in soils of the Wisconsin River floodplain: patterns and potential controls."
Ken Forshay- M.S., Zoology, 2003.
Thesis- "Nitrogen dynamics of floodplain waterbodies following inundation on the Wisconsin River floodplain."
Cailin Orr- M.S., Limnology and Marine Sciences, 2003.
Thesis- "Patterns of removal and ecological response: A study of small dams in Wisconsin."
Ph.D., Limnology and Marine Sciences, 2005.
Dissertation- "Understanding biogeochemical responses to hydrologic alteration in streams and rivers"
Abby Popp- M.S., Limnology and Marine Sciences, 2005.
Thesis- "Longitudinal patterns of carbon, chlorophyll, and nutrients in the Wisconsin River."
Kristy Rogers - M.S., Limnology and Marine Sciences, 2005.
Thesis- "Temporary downstream benthic effects of small dam removal"
Noah Lottig- Ph.D., Limnology and Marine Sciences, 2009.
Thesis- "Regional Aquatic Biogeochemistry of the Northern Highlands Lakes District."
Steve Powers- Ph.D., Limnology and Marine Sciences, 2012
Dissertation- "River nutrient uptake and transport across extremes in channel form and drainage characteristics"
Hojeong Kang, 1999-2001. Current position- professor, Yonsei University (Korea)
Jacques Finlay, 2000-2001 Current position- associate professor, University of Minnesota
Helen Baulch, 2011 Current position- assistant professor, University of Saskatchewan