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)
Sam and Luke showing their research versatility studying ants in salt marshes of Sapelo Island, Georgia
Most of the gang- August 2013 (front L to R- Ryan Hassamer, Sam Oliver, Liz Droessler, Emily Stanley; back L to R- Luke Loken, Sam Christel, Seth Spawn, Andy Muench, John Crawford, Nora Casson).
Reaching out: Samantha Oliver discusses the importance of small lakes to the local tv reporter. photo by Adam Hinterthuer
Nora Casson, Sam Oliver, John Crawford, and Nick Gubbins sampling at Allequash Spring
Colorful copepods- Samantha Oliver has run across blue and orange and blue & orange copepods in small northern Wisconsin lakes. Read more about her work this summer at http://wxpr.org/post/small-lake-big-picture
John Crawford and of 181,000 liters of DOC in fish form
Chip Small (left) and Luke Loken getting ready for a day on the St. Louis River. The lab home base is a bit unusual- a former restaurant in Superior, WI, now part of the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve.
Diving in- Ted Bier's self portrait
As rare as Steve picking bugs: Emily in a suit. At ESA's Congressional briefing on "Using science to improve flood management."
John and his Wisconsin-style home-made CO2/CH4 sampler at Sapelo. Do you recognize the raw materials?
Crystal Bog in late fall
Visitor to the LTEArts kiosk at Crystal Lake
The versatile canoe
The WEBB guys at Allequash Creek (l-r)- Chris Lowry, Randy Hunt, John Walker, Noah Lottig
Dye tracers in North Creek
Who are these guys?