Paul Glyshaw


MS University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment, Conservation Ecology (2014)
BS University of Michigan, Biology (2011)

Research Interests

Aquatic invasive species
Lower food-web dynamics
Dreissenid mussel ecology
Benthic ecology
Effects of UV radiation

My current research focuses on our spatial studies program in Lake Michigan and Lake Huron examining long-term changes in the pelagic food web due to stressors such as invasive species. I also work on projects involving Dreissenid mussel ecology and their distribution, growth, and feeding habits within the Great Lakes. I also provide field, lab, and data support for other projects as needed.

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