Current Lab Members
Andy Dzialowski - Principle Investigator
Bill Mausbach - Ph.D. Student
Greg Winkler - M.S. Student
Bobby Bowser - M.S. Student
Felicia Osburn (M.S., graduated May 2017) Project: Nutrient limitation in Oklahoma reservoirs.
Current Position: PhD Student, Baylor
Anthony Burger (M.S., graduated May 2016) Project: Effects of phosphorous enrichment on zebra mussels.
Current Position: Instructor.
Jason Bried (Ph.D., graduated December 2015) Project: Effects multistate species occurrence on community-based inference and applications.
Current Position: Post Doc, University of Arkansas.
Josh Crane (M.S., graduated July 2014) Project: Evaluation of EPA Level I, II, and III assessments and the effects of land use on wetland communities.
Current Position: Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Steve Nikolai (M.S., graduated July 2012) Project: Eutrophication in Grand Lake, Oklahoma: Nutrient limitation and the effect of internal phosphorus loading.
Current position: Assistant Superintendent Biologist, Grand River Dam Authority, Vinita, OK.
Lindsey Carter (M.S., graduated July 2011) Project: Determining sediment nutrient release rates in central plains reservoirs for use in reservoir management.
Current position: PhD student, University of Mississippi.
Katrina Kirsch (M.S., graduated December 2010) Project: Effects of the invasive zebra mussel on nutrient concentrations and plankton communities in reservoir ecosystems.
Current position: Instructor, Western Wyoming Community College.
Reid Morehouse, PhD (M.S., graduated May 2010) Project: Stoichiometry in a benthic invasive: exploring how stoichiometric imbalances with algal resources affect zebra mussel growth and condition.
Current position: Instructor, Ivy Tech Community College.