Elena Litchman and collaborators published research September 1 in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences describing their work in Gull Lake studying the sources of lake algae.
IBIO's Mariah Meek and post-doc Nadya Mamoozadeh are part of a team chosen for a major NSF grant focusing on creating an app to reduce illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing.
Sam Ayebare was awarded the Russell E. Train Fellowship for Aspiring University Faculty for Conservation to study research on mammals and birds in the Albertine Rift in Africa.
IBIO post-doc Andrew Thompson and Ingo Braasch lead project to assemble complete bowfin genome; report published in August 30 Nature Genetics.
Elise Zipkin and former post-doc Sarah Saunders' research on statistical modeling on piping plovers earned Ecological Forecasting Outstanding Publication Award from the Ecological Society of America (ESA).
IBIO Post-Doc Rachel Toczydlowski is lead author of new study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences August 16 examining genetic sequence data and its usefulness for monitoring genetic diversity.
Former IBIO graduate student Zachary Laubach led research on hyena social networking and stress.
KBS faculty member Stephen Hamilton and colleague release results of a long-term study showing that zebra mussels increase harmful algae in lakes.
Erin Zylstra and Elise Zipkin publish research in Nature Ecology and Evolution using data from volunteers documenting decline in Eastern Monach populations over fourteen years.