Tag Archives: Riparian
Undergraduates Receive Research Awards!
Nadya Mirochnitchenko and Haley Ingram, undergraduate honors students working in the McCluney Lab, have both received summer research scholarships from the BGSU Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship. Nadya Mirochnitchenko received funding to study the effects of washed-up algal blooms … Continue reading
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“Water as a trophic currency” paper published!
A new co-authored paper on how water availability influences riparian food webs (crickets, spiders, lizards) in open-air experimental plots has been published in the newest issue of Frontiers. http://www.esajournals.org/doi/abs/10.1890/130160 Email me if you need a copy
Posted in Science Tagged Arthropod, Climate Change, Drought, Ecohydrology, Ecology, Food Web, Lizard, Riparian, Water, Water Stress Leave a comment
Cover of Ecosystems
One of my photos ended up on the cover of the issue of Ecosystems containing a paper I co-authored with Julie Stromberg, Mark Dixon, and Thomas Meixner. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10021-012-9606-3?LI=true
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I recently wrote a popular article for the Maricopa Audobon Society about the extension of some of my river drying research to birds See page 12: http://www.maricopaaudubon.org/Wrendition%20Winter%202013.pdf
Posted in Media Tagged Avian, Bird, Climate Change, Drought, Ecology, Food Web, Isotope, Riparian, River, Water, Water Stress Leave a comment