People

Fall 2017. Left to right: Melanie Marshall, Missy Seidel, John Woloschuk, Jamie Becker, Andie Fisher, Justin Burdine, Kevin McCluney, Gabby Metzner. Not pictured: Ashley Everett, Erin Plummer

Fall 2017. Left to right: Melanie Marshall, Missy Seidel, John Woloschuk, Jamie Becker, Andie Fisher, Justin Burdine, Kevin McCluney, Gabby Metzner. Not pictured: Ashley Everett, Erin Plummer

Dr. Kevin E. McCluney

 Google Scholar Profile (with links to papers)

Faculty page: http://www.bgsu.edu/arts-and-sciences/biological-sciences/faculty-and-staff/alphabetical-listing/kevin-mccluney.html

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Social Media:

https://twitter.com/McClunatory
http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kevin_McCluney
http://google.com/+KevinMcCluney
http://bgsu.academia.edu/KevinMcCluney

Email: kmcclun@bgsu.edu

Graduate Students

Jamie Becker (MS)
Studying how water balance interacts with life-history to influence foraging behavior          (Website)

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Justin Burdine (PhD)
Studying factors influencing pollination services in urban gardens
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Melanie Marshall (PhD)
Studying how caffeine influences aquatic-terrestrial linkages in riverine ecosystems

Gabby Metzner (MS)
Studying aquatic-terrestrial linkages

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Melissa Seidel (MS)
Studying pollinator food webs

John Woloschuk (MS)
Studying bat spillover predation

Undergraduates

Ashley Everett
Investigating the influence of fluoride on biofilms.

Andie Fisher
Helping with all aspects of research. Her own research interests lie with sea turtle conservation.

Erin Plummer
Investigating urban bees.

Former Lab Members

Edward Lagucki, BS 2017 (currently MS student at Colorado State)
Studied association between urbanization and flying arthropods (Lagucki et al. 2017).

Matt Zach, BS 2016
Studied thermal and hydric limits of spiders and crickets.

Nadya Mirochnitchenko, BS 2016 (currently MS student at University of Nebraska)
Studied effects of washed-up algal blooms of varying toxicity on lakeshore food webs along Lake Erie

Haley Ingram, BS 2016 (currently law student at Ohio State)
Examined the relationship between riverine ecosystem condition (e.g. water quality) and human perception of those conditions within different socioeconomic groups, as well as the effects of exposing study participants to different types of written statements about local ecosystem condition.
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