There are 9 item(s) tagged with the keyword "Water".
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- 1. $2 million NSF grant awarded to predict future viability of phytoplankton
MSU aquatic ecologist Elena Litchman is the lead investigator of a four-year, $2 million National Science Foundation Dimensions of Biodiversity grant to study how genetic and functional diversity in phytoplankton helps them adapt to rising ocean temperatures.
- 2. MSU a key partner in Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research
Michigan State University is poised to play a big role in the newly formed Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research (CIGLR).
- 3. Steve Hamilton named inaugural Society for Freshwater Science Fellow
Stephen K. Hamilton, an MSU professor of ecosystem ecology and biogeochemistry, was named an inaugural fellow of the Society for Freshwater Science.
- 4. Future elementary teachers prepare to be agents of change with water video competition
The winners of a water video competition that included 25 entries submitted by teams of future elementary teachers as part of an integrated science education course (ISE 301) at MSU have been announced.
- 5. Arctic river ice deposits rapidly disappearing
Climate change is causing thick ice deposits that form along Arctic rivers to melt nearly a month earlier than they did 15 years ago, according to a new study co authored by Jay Zarnetske, an MSU College of Natural Science hydrologist.
- 6. Elena Litchman wins prestigious Excellence Professorship award
Elena Litchman, MSU Foundation Professor of integrative biology, is the recipient of an Excellence Professorship award from the Professor Dr. Werner – Petersen Foundation based in Kiel, Germany.
- 7. Water, water everywhere
This past fall, Jay Zarnetske, NatSci environmental hydrologist, had the opportunity to perform novel exploratory reseach on the influence of hydrology on ecosystems and biogeochemical cycles on the North Slope of Alaska.
- 8. MSU professor honored with environmental stewardship award
Stephen K. Hamilton, MSU professor and associate director of the W.K. Kellogg Biological Station, is the recipient of the 2015 Environmental Stewardship Award from the Society of Freshwater Science.
- 9. Going to great depths to solve the Earth's ancient mysteries
An MSU geologist and four of her students have been spending the past few weeks sailing the western Pacific Ocean trying to solve one of the Earth’s most puzzling mysteries.
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