Lab Members

Robert Ladwig

Position title: Postdoc

(co-advised with Paul Hanson), @hydrobert

Robert is a postdoc working on simulating aquatic ecosystems using GLM-AED2. His scientific work focuses on the interactions between lake ecosystems and their external drivers (atmosphere, catchment, agriculture, water management) as well as how these processes can be numerically simulated. Research Profile.

Robert Mooney

Position title: Postdoc, Rob’s research focuses on how spatial and temporal variability combine to affect freshwater ecosystems throughout the Midwest. He is particularly interested in how seasonal shifts and winter conditions influence processes in rivers and lakes. Rob is also interested in curriculum development and inclusive teaching strategies in higher education and uses aquatic-based courses to explore effective teaching methods. Research Profile.



Adrianna Gorsky

Position title: Graduate Student

(co-advised with Emily Stanley)

Adrianna’s graduate research is focused on examining greenhouse gas emissions, and other aquatic processes, during ice-on and ice-off periods from north temperate lakes. Research Profile. 

Lindsay Platt

Position title: Graduate Student

Charlie Doughtery

Position title: Undergraduate Researcher

Gale Force

Position title: Assistant lab

Lover of lakes and tennis balls. Terrible at research, excellent at field work. Never complains about mosquitoes or cold water.

Goose berry

Position title: Assistant lab

New recruit.

Past Postdocs

Cal Buelo (2021-2022). Now at Great Lakes National Program Office, EPA.

Kait Reinl (2021-2022). Research Coordinator at Lake Superior National Estuarine Reserve (website).

Jemma Stachelek (2020-2021). Now at Los Alamos (website).

Past Grad Students

Ellie Socha (MSc 2022). PhD student at Cornell University.

Linnea Rock (MSc 2021). PhD student at University of Wyoming.

Emily Whitaker (MSc 2020).

Past Undergrads

Sam Ahler (graduated 2021)
Sydney Widell (graduated 2021)
Adam Rexroade (graduated 2020)
Alaina Eckert (graduated 2019)
Alex Mathers (graduated 2019)
Thomas Shannon (graduated 2018)