Environmental History of Furman Lake
City and State
Greenville, South Carolina
A four minute, thirty eight second audio recording created by Furman students from the COM-95 class that describes the history of the Furman Lake and its current environmental problems. The recording gives a brief social history of the lake, and details the environmental history of the area, before modern development. A student speaks of her research on the problems of waterfowl overpopulation, bacteria in the lake, and surface runoff. It concludes with a call to action to restore the lake's environmental integrity.
Furman University, Environmental sciences, Lakes, Lake restoration, Ecological integrity, Ecosystem management, Water quality, Sound recordings
Falter, Daniel; Glazier, Eric; Ruch, Katherine; and Huntsberger, Michael, "Environmental History of Furman Lake" (2008). Furman Lake Restoration Book Gallery. 3.
Additional Affiliated Department, Center or Institute
Biology, Communication Studies, Earth and Environmental Science
Biology | Earth Sciences | Environmental Sciences
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