At the Ludsin Lab we pursue novel, innovative projects that advance the state of science for natural resources managers, researchers, and the public.
Check out links below as well as the Aquatic Ecology Lab projects page for more information on some of my recent projects.
Short- and long-term effects of changing food quality on early life stages of walleye in the western basin of Lake Erie
Habitat quality as a driver of Lake Erie walleye population dynamics: Past, present, and future
Inland reservoir channel catfish assessment, stocking, and ecology
Assessing drivers of prey availability to sportfish in Ohio reservoirs
Retrospective analysis of the causes and consequences of Lake Erie ecosystem change
Walleye telemetry – Use of Lake Erie’s Ohio reef complex by walleye during the spring spawning season
Western Lake Erie basin conservation effects assessment project (CEAP)
Regulation of phenotypic expression and reproductive performance by climate warming and hypoxia
Impacts of Great Lakes harmful algal blooms (HABs) on public health