We are a group of freshwater ecologists from the Biology Department at St. Catherine University in Saint Paul, Minnesota studying the effect of temperature and nutrient availability on metabolism and nitrogen fixation in geothermally active streams in the Hengill region of Iceland. This is a collaborative research effort with our partners from Montana State University, the University of Alabama, the University of Iceland, and the Institute of Freshwater Fisheries in Iceland. See links to our collaborators labs below.

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Aquatic Ecology Lab Video

Hello Readers,
It is hard to believe that the semester is coming to a close. I have a new and exciting video production to share! In addition to a very busy semester of video production, our lab has analyzed hundreds of samples and given five presentations sharing our work.

For me, the time has come - graduation. It has been such a heartfelt honor to be a collaborator within St. Catherine University's Aquatic Ecology Lab. I am so very humbled and grateful to have been an integral part of such important ecological research and outreach efforts. I will dearly miss my colleagues and I wish all of the new members of the lab the absolute best!  Happy 2016.


Delor, Jill, Abbi, Bree, and Paula celebrating a great fall semester! 

Be sure to check out our new video - which represents the culmination of my video production efforts this semester.  Hope you enjoy and learn a little bit too!