M.S. 2011. Quantifying the relationships between lake nutrients and agricultural land use/cover at different spatial scales. MS Thesis. MSU. 44 pp.
Current position: Soil Conservationist, Natural Resource Conservation Service, Region 3, MI. email@example.com
M.S. 2004. Defining lake landscape position: relationships to hydrologic connectivity and landscape features. MS Thesis. MSU. 54 pp.
Current position: Postdoctoral researcher. Department of Geological Sciences, Michigan State University. firstname.lastname@example.org
PhD. 2004. Examining lakes at multiple spatial scales: predicting fish growth, macrophyte cover and lake physio-chemical variables. PhD Dissertation. MSU. 134 pp.
M.S. 2000. Epiphytic macroinvertebrates along a gradient of Eurasian water milfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum L.): the role of plant species and architecture. MS Thesis. MSU. 175 pp.
Current position: Associate Professor, Lyman Briggs School of Science, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. email@example.com
PhD. 2002. The use of remote sensing in freshwater wetland and lake studies. PhD Dissertation. MSU. 134 pp.
Current position: Associate Professor, Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. firstname.lastname@example.org
M.S. 2000. Lakes, wetlands, and streams as dynamic drivers of land use/cover pattern and change: a unique view of aquatic ecosystems in the landscape. MS Thesis. MSU. 67 pp.
Current position: Biologist, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, Water Division, Lansing, MI. email@example.com