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Faculty Profile
Emily Arsenault

Emily  Arsenault

Assistant Professor & Director Cranberry Lake Biological Sta

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256 Illick Hall

315-470-6805
emarsena@esf.edu

Education

  • PhD 2021, University of Kansas, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
  • MA 2017, University of Kansas, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
  • BA 2014, Colby College, Environmental Studies; Biology

Professional Experience

2021-2022, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Program in Environmental Studies, Bates College

Research Interests

Freshwater ecology, stable isotopes, food webs, ecosystem ecology, carbon and energy flow, water quality, anthropogenic impacts

For more information, please visit our lab website.

Current Graduate Advisees

Abigail HullihenAbigail Hullihen
aghullih@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: MS
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Arsenault
  • Area of Study: Environmental & Forest Biology

Jack MarshallJack Marshall
jmarsh12@syr.edu

  • Degree Sought: MS
  • Graduate Advisor(s): Arsenault
  • Area of Study: Environmental & Forest Biology

Courses

EFB 554: Aquatic Entomology

Selected Publications

Minder, M., E. R. Arsenault, M. Pyron, A. Otgonganbat, and B. Mendsaikhan. 2023. Dietary overlap and selectivity among mountain steppe river fish in the United States and Mongolia. Ecology and Evolution 13:e10132. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.10132

Arsenault, E. R., J. H. Thorp, M. J. Polito, M. Minder, W. K. Dodds, F. Tromboni, A. Maasri, M. Pyron, B. Mendsaikhan, A. Otgonganbat, S. Altangerel, S. Chandra, R. Shields, C. Artz, and H. Bennadji. 2022. Intercontinental analysis of temperate steppe stream food webs reveals consistent autochthonous support of fishes. Ecology Letters 25:2624–2636. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.14113

Arsenault, E. R., J. H. Liew, and J. R. Hopkins. 2022. Substrate composition influences amino acid carbon isotope profiles of fungi: Implications for tracing fungal contributions to food webs. Environmental Microbiology. https://doi.org/10.1111/1462-2920.15961

Shields, R., M. Pyron, E. R. Arsenault, J. H. Thorp, M. Minder, C. Artz, J. Costello, A. Otgonganbat, B. Mendsaikhan, and A. Maasri. 2021. Geomorphology variables predict fish assemblages for forested and endorheic rivers of two continents. Ecology and Evolution. http://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.8300

Maasri, A., M. Pyron, E. R. Arsenault, J. H. Thorp, B. Mendsaikhan, F. Tromboni, M. Minder, S. J. Kenner, J. Costello, S. Chandra, A. Otgonganbat, B. Boldgiv. 2021. Valley-scale hydrogeomorphology drives river fish assemblage variation in Mongolia. Ecology and Evolution 11:6527–6535. http://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.7505

McGill, B. M., M. J. Foster, A. N. Pruitt, S. G. Thomas, E. R. Arsenault, J. Hanschu, K. Wahwahsuck, E. Cortez, K. Zarek, T. D. Loecke, and A. J. Burgin. 2021. You are welcome here: a practical guide to diversity, equity, and inclusion for undergraduates embarking on an ecological research experience. Ecology and Evolution 11:3636–3645. http://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.7321

Minder, M. M., E. R. Arsenault, B. Erdenee, A. Maasri, and M. Pyron. 2021. Diet overlap among non-native trout species and native Cutthroat Trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii) in two U.S. ecoregions. Ecology and Evolution 11:2782–2795. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.7231

Thorp, J. H., W. K. Dodds, C. J. Robbins, A. Maasri, E. R. Arsenault, J. A. Lutchen, F. Tromboni, B. Hayford, M. Pyron, G. S. Mathews, A. Schechner, and S. Chandra. 2021. A framework for lotic macrosystem research. Ecosphere. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.3342

Minder, M. M., E. R. Arsenault, B. Erdenee, and M. Pyron. 2020. Dietary specificity and overlap in endorheic river fishes: How do native and nonnative species compare? Journal of Fish Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/jfb.14396

Liew, J. H., K. W. J. Chua, E. R. Arsenault, J. H. Thorp, A. Suvarnaraksha, A. Amirrudin, and D. C. J. Yeo. 2019. Quantifying terrestrial carbon in freshwater food webs using amino acid isotope analysis—case study with an endemic cave fish. Methods in Ecology & Evolution 10:1594–1605. https://doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.13230