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Research Projects by CSUR-REU Students in 2008

Research Projects by CSUR-REU Students in 2008

Back Row (L to R): Joshua Haywood, Sam Drerup, Cody Desjardins. Front Row (L to R): Turquoise Alexander, Justina Leung, Patricia Libby, Saundra Wheeler, Katie Miller, Michael Hassett, Herby Norelus.

Turquoise C. Alexander (Fort Valley State University)

Multiple Stressor Effects on Acer rubrum.1,2

Supervisor: Dr. Amy Tuininga.

Cody A. Desjardins (Bowdoin College)

Organic and Inorganic Nitrogen Pools and Fluxes in Tsuga canadensis Stands Infested With Hemlock Wooly Adelgid.1,2

Supervisors: Dr. James Lewis, Dr. Amy Tuininga.

Sam Drerup (Ohio University)

Relationships Between Diatom Community Composition, Periphyton Stoichiometry and Primary Consumers.1

Supervisor: Dr. John Wehr

Michael C. Hassett (Michigan State University)

Bacterial Response to Varying Dissolved Organic Carbon Sources in Forested Vernal Pools.1

Supervisors: Dr. Michael Rubbo, Dr. John Wehr

Joshua A. Haywood (Davidson College)

Summer Composition and Succession of Larval Mosquitoes in a Suburban New York Habitat.1

Supervisors: Dr. Tom Daniels, Dr. Richard Falco.

Justina Leung (University of Connecticut)

Individual Recognition of a Suboscine Bird, the Eastern Wood-Pewee.1

Supervisor: Dr. Alan Clark.

Patricia Libby (Rochester Institute of Technology)

Fast Food Makes Genes Jumpy.1

Supervisors: Dr. Gordon Plague, Mr. Kevin Dougherty.

Katie J. Miller (Oklahoma State University)

Water Quality and Phytoplankton of Eutrophic Lakes in Central Park, NYC.1

Supervisor: Dr. John Wehr.

Herby Norelus (St. Frances College)

Hitting Them Hard and Where They Hide: How to Increase Efficacy of Entomopathogenic Fungi Against Ixodes scapularis.1,3

Supervisor: Dr. Amy Tuininga, Dr. Tom Daniels, Dr. Richard Falco.

Saundra A. Wheeler (Fort Valley State University)

Growth and Reproduction of Allaria petiolata (Garlic Mustard) at an Urban and Suburban Site.1,2

Supervisors: Dr. Steven Franks, Dr. James Lewis.

1. Funded by the National Science Foundation #REU 0552630 to JDW and JDL.
2. Funded in part by USDA CSREES grant 2003-35107-13775 to JDL, ART and JJ.
3. Funded in part by NIH grant 5R21-AI075238-01 to TD and RF.

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