Welcome to the  Home Page of 
Prof. Mike Wiley
School of Natural Resources and Environment
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

email address: mjwiley@umich.edu
current resume:
short version (2 page)

Ecology, rivers, lakes, wetlands, fisheries, aquatic insects, philosophy of science


    Link to Our Lab's Web Page(s)

  • current students, former students
  • research Colleagues
  Course Homepages


Some favorite places....

Related websites

  • Michigan Rivers Inventory
  • Wiley Lab's Ganga Page
  • Muskegon Watershed Research Partnership
  • MDNRE Institute for Fisheries Research
  • School of Natural Resources and Environment
  • Selected Recent Publications:
    Gold Brook, Me

    [complete list: see resume link above]

    Riseng, C.R., M.J. Wiley, B.E. Pijanowski, P.W. Seelbach, and R.J. Stevenson.2010. An ecological assessment of Great Lakes tributaries in the Michigan Peninsulas. Journal of Great Lakes Research 36 (2010) 505–519. [pdf]

    Wiley M. J., D. W. Hyndman, B. C. Pijanowski, A. D. Kendall, C. Riseng, E. S. Rutherford,  S.T. Cheng, M.L. Carlson, J.A. Tyler,  R.J. Stevenson, P.J. Steen, P.L. Richards, P.W. Seelbach, J.M. Koches & R.R. Rediske. 2010.A Multi-Modeling Approach to Evaluating Climate and Land Use  Change Impacts in a Great Lakes River Basin. Hydrobiologia 657:243–262.[pdf]

    Steen, Paul J., Michael J. Wiley, and Jeffrey S. Schaeffer. 2010.
    Predicting future change in Muskegon River watershed game fish distributions under future land cover alteration and climate change scenarios. Trans. Amer. Fisher. Soc.139:396-412

    Zorn, T.G. and M.J. Wiley. 2010. Influence of sampling extent on the relative importance of biotic and abiotic factors in explaining variations in stream fish density.  American Fisheries Society Symposium 73:487–502, 2010. Bethesda, Maryland.[pdf]

    Baker, M.E., and M.J. Wiley. 2009. Multiscale control of flooding and riparian-forest composition in Lower Michigan, USA.  Ecology 90(1): 145-159. [pdf]

    Stevenson, R. Jan, Lucie Novoveska, Catherine M. Riseng and Michael J. Wiley. 2009. Comparing responses of diatom species composition to natural and anthropogenic factors in streams of glaciated ecoregions. Nova Hedwigia, Beiheft 135, pp. 1-14. [pdf]

    Kurt P. Kowalski, Douglas A. Wilcox , and Michael J. Wiley. 2009. Stimulating a Great Lakes coastal wetland seed bank using portable coffer dams: Implications for habitat rehabilitation. Journal of Great Lakes Research 35(2):206-214. 2009. [pdf]








    Looking for older papers?

    River Ecosystems


    Ecological Assessment


    AQ insect Ecology


    Fish ecology