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College of Natural Resources

Physical Address:
975 W. 6th Street
Moscow, Idaho

Mailing Address:
111 Perimeter Drive MS 1138
Moscow, ID 11111-1138

Phone: 111-111-8981

Fax: 111-111-5534

Email: [email protected]

Web: College of Natural Resources

Alan Kolok

Alan Kolok, Ph.D.

Professor and Director, Idaho Water Resources Research Institute

Office

216 Morrill Hall

Phone

111-111-5771

Degrees

PhD. Environmental Biology
MS Fisheries Science
B.S. Zoology


Research Interests

Water Resources
Citizen Science
Water and Public Health
Fish as environmental sentinels
Environmental Epidemiology

Ali, J.M., D.L. D’Souza, L.G. Allmon, K. Schwarz, R.P. Singh, D.D. Snow, S.L. Bartelt-Hunt, and A.S. Kolok. In press. Biological Impacts Following Early Life Exposure to Water and Sediment Found in Spring Agricultural Runoff. Science of the Total Environment.

Ali, J.M., J.L. Sangster, D.D. Snow, S.L. Bartelt-Hunt and A.S. Kolok. 2017. Compensatory response of fathead minnow larvae following a pulsed in-situ exposure to seasonal agricultural runoff. Science of the Total Environment. 603-604: 817-826.

Schulze, T.T., J.M. Ali, M. Bartlett, M.M. McFarland, E. Clement, H. Won, A. Sanford, E. Monzingo, M. Martens, R. Hemsley, S. Kumar, N. Gouin, A.S. Kolokand P.H. Davis. 2016. De novo assembly and analysis of the Chilean pencil catfish (Trichomycterus areolatus) transcriptome. Journal of Genomics. 4: 29-41.

Sangster, J.L., J.M. Ali, D.D. Snow, A.S. Kolok and S.L. Bartelt-Hunt. 2016. Bioavailability and fate of sediment-associated progesterone in aquatic systems. Environmental Science and Technology. 50 (7) 4027-4036.

Ali, J.M., K. Herrmann, M. Rakestraw and A.S. Kolok. 2016. Citizen-based scientific data collection: Fact or fiction? Learned Discourse: Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management. 12(2):400-402.

Ali, J.M., Y. Farhat and A.S. Kolok. 2016. Altered aromatase expression in fathead minnow larvae following in situ exposure to an agrichemical pulse. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 96(4), 432-437.

Zhang, Y., R.G. Krysl, J.M. Ali, S.L. Bartelt-Hunt, A.S. Kolok. 2015. Impact of sediment on agrichemical fate and bioavailability to adult female fathead minnows: A field study. Environmental Science and Technology. 49 (15): 9037–9047.

Ali, J.M. and A.S. Kolok. 2015. On-site, serial exposure of female fathead minnows to the Elkhorn River, NE, USA spring agrichemical pulse. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 34:1354–1361.

Christenson, M.K., A.J. Trease, L-P. Potluri, A.J. Jezewski, V.M. Davis, L.A. Knight, A.S. Kolok, Paul H. Davis. 2014. De novo assembly and analysis of the northern leopard frog Rana pipiens transcriptome. Journal of Genomics. 2:141-149.

Sangster, J.L., Y. Zhang, D. D. Snow, M.B. Cox, J.C. Sivils, Y.A. Garcia, R. Hernandez, A.S. Kolok and S.L. Bartelt-Hunt. 2014. The influence of sediment on steroid fate and bioavailability in aquatic systems. Science of the Total Environment. 496: 576–584.

Cutucache C.E., H. Chen, B. Conroy, C. Madden, D. Peterson, L. Strathman, S. Stoffel and A.S. Kolok. 2014. Culturing Undergraduate Research at UNO: A collaboration among the Nebraska Watershed Network, Undergraduate Microbiology Students, and the Omaha Community. Council of Undergraduate Research-Quarterly 34:(4) 33-37.

Battaglin, W.A. and A.S. Kolok. 2014. Contaminants of Emerging Concern. Introduction to a featured collection. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 50:(2) 261-265.

Kolok, A. S., Sellin Jeffries, M., Knight, L., Snow, D., and Bartelt, Hunt, S. 2014. The hourglass: A conceptual framework for the transport of biologically active compounds from agricultural landscapes. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 50:(2) 266-274.

Jessick, A.M., Skolness, S. and A.S. Kolok. 2014. Sandy sediment and the bioavailability of 17-trenbolone to adult fathead minnows. Aquatic Toxicology 148: 48-54.

Knight, L.A., M.K. Christensen, A.J. Trease, P.H. Davis, and A.S. Kolok. 2013. The spring runoff in Nebraska’s Elkhorn River watershed and its impact on two environmental sentinel species. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 32:1544-1551.

2014-2017 Isaacson Professorship of Research. University of Nebraska at Omaha.
2012 Excellence in Research Award. University of Nebraska at Omaha.
2011 Excellence in Research Award. College of Arts and Sciences. University of Nebraska at Omaha.
2010 The Kelley Outstanding Teaching and Instructional Activity Award. University of Nebraska
2008 Research Innovation Award, UNeMed. University of Nebraska Medical Center.

Research and Outreach

2016

Citizen science as a tool for temporal water quality assessment at the major watershed scale. NSF EAGER

Managing food production landscapes for healthy people, animals, and ecosystems. University of Nebraska, Food for Health Collaboration Initiative Planning Grant

Daugherty Graduate Research Assistantship Program. Daugherty Water for Food Institute. University of Nebraska.

The Missouri River Research Station. Nebraska Environmental Trust.

2015

Pediatric cancers and Watersheds in Nebraska: Are they related? Pediatric Cancer Research Group, University of Nebraska Medical Center.

Healthy Nebraska and Beyond: Building Health as a Human Right from the Bottom-up. Daugherty Water for Food Institute. University of Nebraska Seed Grant Program.

Watersheds and adverse health outcomes. Daugherty Water for Food Institute. University of Nebraska Seed Grant Program.

Daugherty Graduate Research Assistantship Program. Daugherty Water for Food Institute. University of Nebraska.

The Nebraska Watershed Network and the Lower Platte River Management Plan: Engaging with the Omaha community. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation – Wells Fargo Environmental Solutions for Communities.

Lil’ Miss Atrazine 2015. UNO Civic Participation.

Platte River Timelapse and the Nebraska Watershed Network Concept Note. Daugherty Water for Food Institute.

Emerging Contaminants and Environmental Security in the Syr Darya River Basin. Kazukstan National Government, State Department.

2014

The Missouri River Research Station. Supplemental Funding. Nebraska Research Initiative.

. US-Kazakhstan workshop and pilot study- Pesticide occurrence and ecological effects in the Syr Darya River Basin. National Science Foundation Catalyzing New International Collaborations (CNIC- #1427834) Program.

Daugherty Graduate Research Assistantship Program. Daugherty Water for Food Institute. University of Nebraska.

Collaborative Research: Fate and bioavailability of steroidogenic compounds in aquatic sediment. Supplement for International Research Activity, Chile. National Science Foundation.

What’s in your Watershed Day 2014.

2013

The Thompson Creek - La Vista Bioblitz.

Endocrine Disruption at Missisquoi NWR, Swanton, VT: Caged fish studies.

The Thompson Creek restoration project: Phase II. Chemical and biological assessment.

Sampling organic contaminants in the aquatic environment: Do passive samplers mimic fish? National Taiwan University, University of Nebraska Medical Center joint proposal.

Contact

College of Natural Resources

Physical Address:
975 W. 6th Street
Moscow, Idaho

Mailing Address:
111 Perimeter Drive MS 1138
Moscow, ID 11111-1138

Phone: 111-111-8981

Fax: 111-111-5534

Email: [email protected]

Web: College of Natural Resources

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