Great Lakes Environmental Assessment and Mapping Project

Dr. J. David Allan

David Allan is Professor in the School of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of Michigan and is a leader in aquatic conservation research. David's research interests center on the influence of human activities on the condition of rivers and their watersheds, including the effects of land use on stream health, assessment of variation in flow regime, and estimation of nutrient loads and budgets. He is extensively involved in collaborative activities directed at the translation of aquatic science into useful products for management, conservation, and restoration waters in the Great Lakes region.