Current Ecological Status of the Furman Lake
City and State
Greenville, South Carolina
A five minute, ten second audio recording created by Furman students from the COM-95 class describing the importance of the Furman lake to the Furman community and its environmental health decline throughout the years. The audio details the Furman Lake's problems, causes of these problems, and gives some solutions. Furman Professors Wade Worthen and Weston Dripps speak about the Furman Lake's restoration. Students talk about their involvement in the lake restoration, the current efforts in the project, as well as improvements already made.
Furman University, Environmental sciences, Lakes, Lake restoration, Ecological integrity, Ecosystem management, Water quality, Sound recordings
Bonney, Annabeth; Hunter, Robert; Simons, Molly; and Huntsberger, Michael, "Current Ecological Status of the Furman Lake" (2008). Furman Lake Restoration Book Gallery. 2.
Additional Affiliated Department, Center or Institute
Biology, Communication Studies, Earth and Environmental Science
Biology | Earth Sciences | Environmental Sciences
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