Roger J. Haro, Ph.D.

Current Graduate Students

Jake Ogorek (Masters student)

Research: Transfer of methylmercury from sediments to benthic invertebrates in Chequamegon Bay, WI. Data collection in progress. Anticipated completion date: Summer 2006.

 

Jason Veldboom (Masters student)

Stoichometric relationship between a filter-feeding caddisfly (Trichoptera: Brachycentridae) and its seston resource. Data analysis and thesis composition in progress. Anticipated completion date: Fall 2005.

Allon Bostwick (Masters student)

Ecological stoichiometry of macrophytes, algae and chironomids in an agricultural stream. Data analysis and thesis composition in progress. Anticipated completion date: Fall 2005.

Benjamin Campbell (Masters student)

Relationship between landscape and larval-chironomid assemblages in farm ponds of southeastern Minnesota. Thesis composition in progress. Anticipated completion date: Fall 2005.

Former Graduate Students

Jennifer Cavanaugh (MSc., 2001)

Thesis title: Conspecific Cases as Alternative Grazing Surfaces for Glossosoma intermedium

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Todd Kalish (MSc., 2001)

Thesis title: Brown Trout Fry From Naturalized and Stocked Populations: Relationships Between Emergence Time and Food Availability

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Andy Burgess (MSc., 2000)

Thesis title: The Relationship Among Landscape Characteristics, Stream Habitat and Composition of Benthic Macroinvertebrate Communities in Two Midwestern Agricultural Watersheds

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Dennis Wasley (MSc., 2000)

Thesis title: Concentration and Movement of Nitrogen and Other Materials in Selected Reaches and Tributaries of the Upper Mississippi River System

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Deric R. Deuschle (MSc., 2001)

Thesis title: Effects of Deposited Sediment on a Keystone Grazer, Glossosoma intermedium (Trichoptera: Glossosomatidae) and its Associated Macroinvertebrate Community in Southwest Wisconsin Streams

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