Ed Mager | Environmental Science

Ed Mager

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Associate Professor, Biological Sciences, Aquatic Toxicology & Environmental Physiology
ENV 310L
Aquatic Toxicology
Environmental Physiology

Dr. Mager's research interests lie in the areas of aquatic toxicology, the environmental physiology of aquatic organisms, and aquaculture. More specifically, his lab studies the impacts of stressors from both anthropogenic (i.e., pollutants, such as crude oil and metals) and natural (e.g., hypoxia, salinity, ammonia and temperature) sources, as well as their interactions, on aquatic organisms using endpoints that span from the molecular to whole organism scale.