Professor Emeritus • Director • Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences Center for Limnology
William M. Lewis, Jr., received his Ph.D. from Indiana University at Bloomington in 1973. He is currently the director for the Center for Limnology, and a Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
His current research projects include estimation of nitrogen yield from watersheds; fate and transport of organic nitrogen in streams and rivers; denitrification in inland waters; studies of trophic dynamics by use of stable isotopes; comparison of tropical and temperate inland waters; and nutrient dynamics in inland waters. More about Dr. Lewis’s current research projects can be read at the Center for Limnology’s Current Research Projects web page.