- Ph.D., Zoology, University of Washington, 1978
- Lehman webpage
- University of Michigan
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Case Studies in Limnology (EEB 401, 2008): A case study approach to limnological principles and environmental problem solving using lakes in North America, Europe, and East Africa as examples.
Oceanography (EEB 380, 1990-2007): Medium-size (ca. 50) course for majors treating organisms and processes of the ocean, including both water and sediment communities. This course includes physical and chemical aspects, but emphasizes biological aspects of oceanography, and applies ecological and evolutionary principles to the study of marine life.
Ecological Knowledge and Environmental Problem Solving (Bio 109, alternate years): Large (ca. 200) course for non-majors that uses a case study approach to teach the elements of scientific reasoning and the limits of scientific methods applied to environmental issues.
Limnology (EEB 483, alternate years): inland lakes, chemistry, geology, biogeochemistry, and ecological principles.