The Evans-White Lab

currently has three main research

foci.  First, our laboratory group

applies ecological and biological

stoichiometry theory to provide

guidance for water quality  management.  Second,

we examine the interaction between emergent

landscape stressors, hydrology, and Ozark stream

elemental budgets and processes to help us

predict how these streams might respond future

global change. Third, we integrate our main

research themes into a food, energy, and water

systems cross-college collaborative research

group that provides a minority-focused Research

Experience for Undergraduates Program

(EcoREU) to train the next generation of a diverse

STEM workforce.