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Current research and training projects

Title: Harmful algal blooms: Prevalence and control measures for the domestic fish and shellfish industries
Funding: USDA - Agricultural Research Service - $535,000
Collaborator: (USDA ARS)
Duration: June 号百彩票平台注册 - May 2025

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Title: Development of a bacterial-algal-zooplankton process for conversion of agricultural waste into aquaculture feed
Funding: USDA - NIFA AFRI Energy and Environment program - $434,658
Collaborators: (PI, Biosystems Engineering) and (co-PI, Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences)
Duration: May 号百彩票平台注册 - April 2024

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Title: Elucidating the causes and controls of off-flavor episodes in aquaculture in China号百彩票平台注册 and the southeastern US
Funding: Ocean University China号百彩票平台注册 - Auburn University Joint Center for Aquaculture and Environmental Science - $74,575
Collaborators: Li Li (co-PI, Ocean University)
Duration: October 2019 - September 号百彩票平台注册 

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Title: Dimensions of Biodiversity: Collaborative Research: Phylogenetic, genetic, and functional diversity of the cyanobacterial bloom interactome from local to global scales
Funding: National Science Foundation (Dimensions of Biodiversity program) - $1,999,994
Collaborators: (OU PI) and (co-PI) (University of Oklahoma), (UNC PI, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), and (JMU PI, James Madison University)
Duration: August 2018 - September 2023

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Title: Biomanipulation as a tool to enhance aquaculture through the management of toxic cyanobacteria
Funding: USDA - NIFA Aquaculture program - $261,613
Collaborator: (co-PI, Fisheries)
Duration: September 2017 - August 号百彩票平台注册

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Title: REU Site: Warm-water aquatic ecology
Funding: National Science Foundation (REU program) - $358,834
Website: http:///reu/
Duration: September 2017 - August 2021
(first program - August 2010 - October 2014 - $292,141)
 
 
 
 
  Kristin on S1 
 
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Title: Making to Advance Knowledge, Excellence, and Recognition in STEM (MAKERS)
Funding: National Science Foundation (S-STEM program) - $2,034,382
Collaborators: (PI, Auburn University) and others at Tuskegee University, Oakland University, and Alabama A&M University
Duration: October 2016 - September 2021

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Title: NSF INCLUDES: South East Alliance for Persons with Disabilities in STEM (SEAPD-STEM)
Funding: National Science Foundation (INCLUDES program) - $285,769
Collaborators: (PI, Auburn University) and many others at 21 universities and colleges throughout the southeastern US and Washington, DC.
Duration: October 2016 - April 2021

 

 

Past projects

Title: Do toxic cyanobacteria threaten Alabama's drinking water reservoirs?
Funding: AAES AgR-SEED program - $50,000
Collaborator: (co-PI, Alabama Department of Environmental Management)
Duration: October 2016 - September 2018
 
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Title: Forecasting the ecological health of coastal waters in Alabama and China号百彩票平台注册
Funding: Ocean University China号百彩票平台注册 - Auburn University Joint Center for Aquaculture and Environmental Science - $75,000
Collaborators: (co-PI, AU Civil Engineering)
Duration: January 2017 - December 2017

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Title: Forecasting toxic cyanobacterial blooms throughout the southeastern U.S.
Funding: USGS - National Institutes for Water Resources - $247,891
Website: http:///bloom_network/ 
Collaborators: (co-PI, Auburn University) and (co-PI, USDA)
Duration: September 2011 - August 2014
 
michael chislock - sampling   cyanobacterial bloom
 
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Title: Collaborative Research: Consequences of consumer adaptation for ecosystem responses to fertilization and food-web perturbations
Funding: National Science Foundation (Ecology program) - $125,545 (total $411,728)
Collaborator: (co-PI, Michigan State University)
Duration: March 2009 - February 2014
 
Alan and Jimbo setting up an experiment  Experimental mesocosms - with or without grazers
 
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Title: Toxic cyanobacterial blooms and fish farming
Funding: Auburn University Agricultural Experimental Station - $54,650
Collaborator: (co-PI, Auburn University)
Duration: October 2007 - September 2008

cyanobacterial scum, pond aerator  limnocorral experiment at Michigan State University

Auburn President, Dr. Jay Gogue, Executive Vice President, Dr. Don Large, Fisheries Department Head, Dr. David Rouse

In May 2008, I described a recent field experiment to Auburn University Executive Vice President, Donald Large, President Dr. Jay Gogue, and past Fisheries Department Head, Dr. David Rouse.

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Title: MRI RAPID: Acquisition of a FlowCAM for concurrent analysis of marine and estuarine hydrocarbon particles, microbes, and microinvertebrate assemblages
Funding: National Science Foundation (MRI program) - $100,002
Tool:
Collaborators: (PI), (co-PI), and (co-PI) (Auburn University)
Duration: September 2010 - September 2011
 
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Title: Bloom-chasing: Establishing a monitoring network for toxic cyanobacterial blooms in Alabama's freshwater systems
Funding: Auburn University Hatch program - $50,000
Collaborator: (co-PI, Auburn University)
Duration: October 2008 - September 2010
Product: models useful for forecasting algal and cyanobacterial blooms
 
Lake survey pond  Jesse and Reni sampling pond
 
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Title: Bridging the gap between science, people, and policy for sustainable watershed management in the Tallapoosa River basin and beyond
Funding: Auburn University Water Center - $67,636 (total $500,000)
Collaborators: (PI) and many others (Auburn University)
Duration: June 2008 - May 2010
 
  Sean readying the ship for sampling on the Tallapoosa River  Kristin, Michael, and Sean filling field enclosures on the Saugahatchee River

 

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