Kristine Brenneman, Professor Emeritus
Email: Kristine.Brenneman@humboldt.edu Office: WFB - BLDG 11, Rm 156
- B.S. Biology, 1982, Arizona State University
- M.S. Biology ( Microbiology / Entomology) 1989, Northern Arizona University
- Ph.D. Biology (Microbiology / Water Quality), 1993, Northern Arizona University
- Post Ph.D. Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies, University of Nevada, Las Vegas: Microbial ecology of ground water from the Nevada Test Site, Mercury, Nevada.
Courses Taught at HSU
- FISH 320/320L Limnology, Lecture and Lab
- FISH 443 Problems in Water Pollution Biology
- FISH 525 Wastewater Ecosystems Analysis and Reuse
Current Research Interests
- Water Quality of Lakes and Urban Streams
- Wastewater Treatment and Management
- Wastewater Aquaculture (salmonids)
Recent HSU MS Theses
- Simpson, Nicholas P. 2008. The potential impact on mosquito larvae by threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) and mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis) in four constructed wetlands.
- Kreye, Melissa. 2008. Metal accumulation in gill epithelium and liver tissue in steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) reared in reclaimed wastewater.
- Annual Report (about 250 pp), Arcata Wastewater, Wastewater Utilization (1995-Present)
- Wiley, P.E., K.J, Brenneman, and A.E. Jacobson. 2008. Wastewater algae as an energy feedstock: Algal characteristics and improved harvesting efficiency using suspended air flotation. Water Environment Research, In Press.