Tag Archives: smelt

Limnology in Action: Bug Pickin’

“Alright. Who is ready to get messy?” Zach Lawson’s question is greeted with incredible enthusiasm. It is all-hands-on-deck in the wet lab and, today, everyone is sorting bugs. Ten undergraduate students crowd around two small tables, armed with small plastic … Continue reading

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We Have Liftoff on the Crystal Mixing Project

Over the last three years a group of CFL students, professors and staff have worked on an experiment near Trout Lake Station that, they hope, will eradicate rainbow smelt and restore populations of native fish, like yellow perch, bluegill and … Continue reading

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