Twin Ports Freshwater Folk: Selected Student Research Talks

Twin Ports Freshwater Folk: Selected Student Research Talks
5/4/22, 11:30 am - 5/4/22, 1:00 pm

Registration:

Please register to attend this free event.

Description:

The Twin Ports Freshwater Folk (TPFF) webinars are for people in the Twin Ports communities of Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin, and anyone engaged in freshwater research, policy, or management. TPFF meetings are the first Wednesday of every month and include networking and informal discussion followed by a presentation(s) on a freshwater topic.

University of Minnesota Duluth Graduate Student, Audrey Huff will present: You Are What You Eat: The Impact of Food Quantity and Quality on Quagga Mussel C-N-P Cycling.

University of Minnesota Duluth Graduate Student, Megan Corum will present: Spatial Patterns and Environmental Drivers of Horizontal, Diel, and Seasonal Distribution of the Invasive Zooplankton, Bythotrephes in a Minnesota Reservoir.

University of Minnesota Duluth Graduate Student, Kirill Shchapov will present: Contrasting Full-Year Seasonality of Zooplankton and Benthos Abundance and Nutritional Quality in Lake Superior.

Presenters:

Audrey Huff, graduate student, Water Resources Science, University of Minnesota Duluth, huff0114@d.umn.edu.

Megan Corum, graduate student, Biology, University of Minnesota Duluth, corum012@umn.edu.

Kirill Shchapov, graduate student, Water Resources Science, University of Minnesota Duluth, shcha001@d.umn.edu.

Contact:

Alex Frie, research and fellowship coordinator, Minnesota Sea Grant, afrie@umn.edu.

Image credit: University of Minnesota Duluth