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Greenville, South Carolina
A two page summary by four Furman students describing their research on waterfowl around the Furman Lake. The summary gives a brief history waterfowl populations and explains the adverse effects of large waterfowl populations on calm bodies of water. The summary concludes with test results showing the success of the lake restoration efforts dealing with waterfowl overpopulation.
Furman University, Environmental sciences, Lake restoration, Ecological integrity, Water quality, Research, Bacterial pollution of water, Water Microbiology, Waterfowl
Buzzell, Denae; Evans, Clay; Shirley, Hannah; and Zhao, Lin Lin, "The Effect of the Lake Restoration Project on Habitat Use by Waterfowl" (2010). Furman Lake Restoration Book Gallery. 17.
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Biology, Earth and Environmental Science
Biology | Earth Sciences | Environmental Sciences
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