Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center
Position title: Biologist
2003 M.S., Biology, University of Wisconsin – La Crosse
2001 B.S., Biology-Environmental Concentration, University of Wisconsin – La Crosse
My main duty is to analyze nutrient samples for the Long Term Resource Monitoring Program which is an element of the Upper Mississippi River Restoration - Environmental Management Program. I also analyze data and write reports with the data generated from the program.
Kreiling, R.M., J.P. Schubauer-Berigan, W.B. Richardson, L.A. Bartsch, P.E. Hughes, J.C. Cavanaugh, and E.A. Strauss. 2013. Wetland management reduces sediment and nutrient loading to the Upper Mississippi River. Journal of Environmental Quality 42:573-583.
Kreiling, R.M., W.B. Richardson, J.C. Cavanaugh, and L.A. Bartsch. 2011. Summer nitrate uptake and denitrification in an Upper Mississippi River backwater lake: the role of rooted aquatic vegetation. Biogeochemistry 104:309-324.
Yin, Y. and R.M. Kreiling. 2011. The evaluation of a rake method to quantify submersed vegetation in the Upper Mississippi River. Hydrobiologia 675:187-195.
Kreiling, R.M., Y. Yin, and D.T. Gerber. 2007. Abiotic influences of Vallisneria americana Michx. in the Upper Mississippi River. River Research and Applications 23:343-349.
Strauss, E.A., W.B. Richardson, J.C. Cavanaugh, L.A. Bartsch, R.M. Kreiling, and A.J. Standorf. 2006. Variability and regulation of denitrification in an Upper Mississippi River backwater. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25:596-606.
Long Term Resource Monitoring Program
Return to Staff Directory