Assistant Research Scientist, University of Michigan

Paul Drevnick is broadly trained in the aquatic sciences: limnology, aquatic ecotoxicology, fish biology, etc. Paul was educated at the University of Minnesota, the University of Wisconsin system, Miami (OH) University, and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. His PhD research focused on mercury-sulfur interactions in inland lakes of the Great Lakes, with field work in Michigan at Isle Royale National Park and Douglas Lake at UMBS. Most recently, Paul has been an assistant professor at a water sciences institute of the Université du Québec, where he has led research and monitoring in lakes in the High Arctic to document warming-induced changes in ice cover and water temperature and resultant effects on biogeochemical processes, especially in reference to uses (drinking water, fish) by local Inuit.

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant Research Scientist, University of Michigan