Dr. Jeremy Farrell has a research focus that utilizes data analytics approaches to address questions in Limnology and Freshwater Biology. He has worked on large collaborative projects with government (NYSDEC, EPA, NYSM, VTDEC), business (IBM), nonprofit (LGA, Fund for Lake George) and academic scientists (UGA, Skidmore, Cornell). One limnology topic that his research addresses is the global issue of invasive species and their impact on aquatic ecosystems. Additionally, he is involved with projects that examine cultural eutrophication, acid deposition and salinization and the impacts these perturbations have on freshwater ecosystems. As a faculty member, one of his goals is to involve students in research and provide them with the basics of interdisciplinary science to explore environmental issues.
B.Sc. Geology, Union College, Schenectady, NY 2003
Ph.D. Biology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY 2013
Limnology, Environmental Science
The following is a selection of recent publications in Scopus. Jeremy Farrell has 9 indexed publications in the subjects of Environmental Science, Agricultural and Biological Sciences, Pharmacology, and Toxicology and Pharmaceutics.