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Daniel Gschwenter is a doctorate student under Dr. Jessica Corman at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Daniel is researching the environmental changes from lake sediments and how biogeochemical cycles in lakes and streams have changed during the Anthropocene. He focuses on researching the nutrient cycles within lakes and how these different nutrient variables respond to differentContinue reading “Grad Student Research Spotlight: Daniel Gschwentner”
One of the major components of building the STOICH database is the ecological stoichiometry academic literature review. At the start of the project in spring of 2021, ~ twenty thousand academic papers were identified that contained words or data relating to the research objectives of the STOICH project. These academic papers are being reviewed toContinue reading “STOICH Project Literature Review”
STOICH (Stoichiometric Traits of Organisms in their Chemical Habitats) is an NSF EPSCoR Track-II grant-funded research program that aims to combine research within ecological stoichiometry to create a collaborative database for past and current research. Dr. Jessica Corman at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is the project’s primary investigator (PI) and oversees the STOICH project inContinue reading “The STOICH Database – Progress Update”