John Taylor

Does enzymatic hydrolysis of organic phosphorus compounds fuel harmful cyanobacterial blooms in western Lake Erie?
john taylor

John is a Master's student majoring in oceanography with Kai Ziervogel as his advisor. His research combines remote sensing technologies with lab experiments to determine how internal nutrient loading fuels the blooms of potentially toxic cyanobacteria in western Lake Erie. This research is important as tens of thousands of people rely on Lake Erie for drinking water.

Find out more about OPAL's Microbial Biogeochemistry Research Group.