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Applied Ecology & Resource Management
The Applied Ecology Resource Management Platform seeks to understand the world we live in and how to minimize our impacts.
- Lake, Stream & Wetland Ecology
- Forest Ecology
- Wildlife Ecology
- Forest Health & Productivity
- Stormwater Management & Water Remediation
- Can beaver and trout share streams? Sometimes. A study to understand whether beaver dams in North Shore streams impede the movement of trout to inform land management decisions.
- NRRI author describes 28 new diatom species in new book. Published in August, 2020 by Koeltz Botanical Books, Diatom Monographs, Monoraphid and Naviculoid diatoms from the Coastal Laurentian Great Lakes, is a resource for scientists worldwide, libraries and taxonomic museums.
- NRRI receives $3M grant to collect sediments and analyze contaminants in the Great Lakes. The U.S. EPA funding will allow scientists to analyze over 250 different contaminants, including new contaminants such as pesticides and PFASs – known as ‘forever chemicals’ -- and legacy contaminants like lead and mercury.
Resources, Staff and Program Information
For more information see our Research Group pages.