Catherine O'Reilly






Catherine O'Reilly's research focuses on lakes and streams, studying water quality, nutrient cycles and biogeochemistry, with an interest in impacts of land use and climate change.



Climate change

Lakes are affected by climate in a variety of ways. Lake Tanganyika, East Africa, has declines in productivity and fish yields.

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Agriculture

Agricultural land use can lead to degraded water quality. We study patterns in nutrient losses and how practices improve water quality.

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Urbanization

Urban land use characteristics and sewersheds can influence water qualtiy in urban streams.


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O'Reilly Research Team

Studying the world's freshwaters

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Laboratory for Environmental Analysis (LEA)

LEA analyzes a range of water and soil samples for major nutrients and ions, using EPA-approved QA/QC.

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Education, Outreach and Media

We regularly participate in local outreach, and in local, national, and international media coverage.

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About Catherine

Committed to understanding human impacts on freshwater resources and to providing students with research experiences.

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