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Water research spreads from Tennessee to California

October 1, 2015

During Summer 2013, California State University, Fullerton undergraduate Emily Silveira worked with Geoenvironmental Challenges mentor Dr. Melissa Lobegeier and fellow undergraduate Amanda Brown to use thecamoebians (a kind of microscopic life) to understand water quality in central Tennessee.  Now, she is using thecamoebians to understand 1,300 years of environmental change at Crystal Lake in southern California.  Check out her presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in San Francisco, California.

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