On Campus at Nazareth College with Dr. Stephanie Zamule
Hydroponic Remediation of Imidacloprid by Phaseolus vulgaris and associated bacteria
Bioremediation of the neonicotinoid insecticide thiamethoxam by Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Pseudomonas putida
Hypodonic removal of BPA by phytoremediation with Phaseolus vulgaris over five day time period.
Biodegredatin of Imidacloprid at varying concentrations using Pseudomonas putida
Kathleen O'Donnell and Courtney Taylor
Using varying concentrations of Imidacloprid as a sole nitrogen and carbon source for Pseudomonas
Crowfield Sanctuary, Newark, NY
Jake organized environmental education events, created a trail map using GPS and GIS to prepare a map for the entire sanctuary that is displaced on the information kiosk. He identified and quantified invasive species, as well as keystone or endemic species within the sanctuary. Jake also created a trail brochure for the sanctuary containing a checklist of species and also noted their ecological significance.
Ariel Kubissa with Dr. Stephanie Zamule
Hydroponic removal of BPA by phytoremediation with Phaseolus vulgaris and Trifolium pratense.
Jenny Scobie assessed twenty-six sites in the streams of the Delaware River watershed to compare the current conditions with data previously obtained by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation form 1972-1992. She sampled benthic macroinvertebrates using the same protocol as the NYS DEC to sample and calculate indices of stream water quality and habitat health.
Jessica Saville was awarded an opportunity to participate in the Ecosystem Restoration through Interdisciplinary Exchange (ERIE) project, a Research Experience for Undergraduate (REU) at the University of Buffalo, sponsored by the National Science Foundation. In addition to participating in several aspects of stream biology assessment, her research project was "Comparison of Methods Determining Nitrate Concentration in Stream Water."