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Faculty & Staff

Kelly Deuerling

Kelly Deuerling

Assistant Professor
LS 437

I am interested in how water flows through and promotes chemical weathering and nutrient cycling within the critical zone – the region between the top of vegetation and the bottom of aquifers that supports terrestrial life.  This includes groundwater-surface water interaction, chemical weathering across climates, water-rock interaction, and effects of anthropogenic practices on surface... Read more »

Kevin Fermanich

Kevin Fermanich

Professor & Researcher
LS 416

Website

http://www.uwgb.edu/fermanik/

Research Interests

Soil processes and ground water quality; nonpoint source pollution; watershed monitoring and management; fate of contaminants.

Education

B.S. UW-Stevens Point; M.S., Ph.D. UW-Madison.

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Patrick Forsythe

Patrick Forsythe

Associate Professor
LS 451

Research Interests

My research interests are generally in the fields of population ecology and conservation biology focusing on aquatic ecosystems in the Great Lakes region. I tend to focus on questions that seek to understand the behavioral and ecological mechanisms that contribute to variation in the annual abundance of fish populations including lake sturgeon and yellow... Read more »

Kpoti Gunn

Kpoti Gunn

Assistant Professor
ES 307A

I received my first undergraduate degree in agricultural engineering from the University of Lome-Togo and a second one in Environmental Sciences from Bellevue University in Nebraska. While at the University of Lome, I discovered my passion of Water management, which deepened further with an added interest in water pollution during my environmental science studies at Bellevue University. After my... Read more »

Richard Hein

Richard Hein

Research Interests

My current research interests include stream water quality, nonpoint source pollution, fate of nutrients in natural waters, watershed monitoring and management, coral reef ecology, undergraduate engagement & persistence in STEM pathways.

Education

Ph.D. in Biological Oceanography from the University of Rhode Island, Graduate School of... Read more »

Michael Holly

Michael Holly

Assistant Professor
ES 307B

Research Interests

Agricultural waste management; stormwater management; nonpoint source pollution; farm system modeling; environmental fate and treatment of anthropogenic chemicals.

Education

B.S. Michigan State University; M.S., Ph.D. UW-Madison.

Certifications 

Licensed Professional Engineer in Michigan.

John Luczaj

John Luczaj

Professor - Chair of Geosciences
LS 438

Website

www.uwgb.edu/luczajj/

Research Interests

Water-rock interaction in eastern Wisconsin Paleozoic sedimentary rocks, arsenic in northeastern Wisconsin rocks and groundwater, fluid-inclusions in minerals, carbonate diagenesis, Mississippi Valley-Type mineralization, bedrock geology of Brown... Read more »

Steven Meyer

Steven Meyer

Associate Professor
LS 446

Research Interests

the use of climate probabilities in decision making, comparing the accuracy of short- and medium-range forecasts from various sources, and evaluating the engagement of freshman students during their First Year Experience at colleg

Education

B.S. Northern Illinois University; M.S., Ph.D. University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Patricia Terry

Patricia Terry

Professor
LS 463

Research Interests

Water quality, environmental separations, alternative energies, biodiesel.

Education

B.S., M.S. University of Texas; Ph.D. University of Colorado
 

 

Michael Zorn

Michael Zorn

Associate Dean and Professor
ES 317D

Research Interests

Use and improvement of commercial in situ chemical sensors (phosphate, nitrate, dissolved oxygen, etc.) for environmental monitoring. Development of new chemical sensor technologies (smartphone-integrated and/or microcontroller-based devices, microglow discharge instruments, magnetoelastic resonance sensors, etc.). Utilization of... Read more »