Dr. Michael Rennie is an Assistant Professor and Tier II Canada Research Chair in Freshwater Ecology and Fisheries at Lakehead University. As lead researcher of the CEE Lab, Dr. Rennie oversees his team’s use of whole-lake experiments, lab studies and archival data sets to investigate how lakes and fish populations respond to ecosystem changes such as climate warming, invasive species and contaminants.
Effect of predator experience on prey behaviour and mechanisms of predator detection
Thermal Characteristics of Brook Trout Habitat in Lake Superior Tributaries
Evaluating techniques for detecting the presence of Mysis diluviana in lake sediments
Currently: Environmental Research Technician, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago
Currently: MSc at Lakehead, Evaluating White Sucker as a sentinel species for climate change