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Saturday, December 1, 2012

Great Lakes Scientist uses Art

A University of Michigan ecosystem scientist uses art to communicate environmental issues to the wider public.
Sara Adlerstein González, 60, studies aquatic ecology at the university’s School of Natural Resources. She is displaying some of her work at an art show called Water Blues through the end of December.
Headwaters by Sarsa Adlerstein Gonzalez
The scientist has studied spatial and temporal changes in zooplankton and bottom-dwelling organisms across the Great Lakes, the distribution of lamprey larvae and freshwater mussels in Michigan rivers and the effects of zebra mussels on fish population in Lake Huron and Saginaw Bay.

Read the whole article and interview with the artist - here

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