larval fish

Nursery habitats for larval fish in the St. Clair-Detroit River System


red shrimp

Role of the invasive bloody red shrimp in Great Lakes near shore food webs


great lakes coastal wetland

Ecological requirements and population structure of Wild Rice (Zizania spp.) in Michigan


image of crane standing in wetland

Michigan Water Research Center

Fall Semester
  • BIO 110: Concepts of Biology
  • BIO 340: General Ecology
  • BIO 526: Limnology (odd year)
  • BIO 527: Limnology Methods (odd year)
  • BIO 658: Zooplankton Biology (odd year)
Spring Semester
  • BIO 500: Biological Statistics
  • BIO 600: Experimental Design
Summer
  • BIO 397: Marine Ecosystems of Bermuda
Alicia McGrewAlicia McGrew
Herbivorous and omnivorous feeding by the Great Lakes invader, Hemimysis anomala
Andrya WhittenAndrya Whitten
A mesocosm investigation of the direct effect of quagga mussels on Lake Michigan zooplankton
David BransonDavid Branson
Diet and feeding behavior of Hemimysis anomala
Molly GordonMolly Gordon
Water Quality Analysis of the North Branch Chippewa River and Coldwater River, Isabella County, Michigan
Sara ThomaSara Thoma
The role of Hemimysis anomala in the nearshore food webs of Lakes Michigan and Huron
Sara FriedlineSara Friedline
Genetic Structure and Morphometric Variation in Fragmented Michigan Wild Rice Populations
Doug LarsonDoug Larson
Assessment of Nursery Habitat Use by Larval Fishes in the St. Clair River Delta, MI
Allison SmartAllison Smart
Ecological requirements of wild rice (Zizania sp.) populations in Michigan.
Dr. McNaught receiving Research Professorship Award from Provost Davenport - March 2000Dr. McNaught receiving Research Professorship Award from Provost Davenport - March 2000
Dr McNaught examining sample in the field Dr. McNaught received the CMU Teaching Excellence Award in 2008