Site Search
Picture of Chinook salmon under water

Research Focus

Pipetting samples into DNA sequencer Evolution
Researchers monitoring wetland area Bioavailability
Processing samples in organics lab Trophic Ecology
Trophic Ecology
Geochemical reactions in small pool seen by green and brown colours Geochemistry
Invasive Golden Star tunicate Invasion Biology
Invasion Biology
Student sampling water in wetland area Aquatic Ecology
Aquatic Ecology
Bacterium feeding on arsenic Biogeochemistry

GLIER researchers using high tech approach to understanding risks to water quality

Published on: Mon, 05/06/2019
Last Modified: Mon, 05/06/2019 - 9:04am

GLIER researchers Drs. Christopher Weisener, Scott Mundle, Daniel Heath and Ken Drouillard along with many partners from industry, government agencies and academic institutions will develop methods to characterize microbial communities which can influence nutrient release from sediment in various water sources in the Great Lakes Basin.  They will achieve this by developing an Open Array TM chip to detect DNA and RNA in the sediment.


Text Only Options

Top of page

Text Only Options

Open the original version of this page.


Usablenet Assistive is a UsableNet product. Usablenet Assistive Main Page.