William M. Lewis, Jr.
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.