The Future of Furman Lake
City and State
Greenville, South Carolina
A four minute, thirty four second audio recording An audio recording created by Furman students from the COM-95 class describing the Furman Lake restoration project and the future of the Furman Lake. The audio gives a brief social history of the lake describing past recreational events, and then proceeds to explain current environmental problems that now limit recreational activity. Professor Wade Worthen speaks about the lake's environmental problems, and Furman's president, David Shi, speaks about the restoration project, its goals, and the benefits of the lake's restoration.
Furman University, Environmental sciences, Lakes, Lake restoration, Ecological integrity, Ecosystem management, Water quality, Sound recordings
Poje, Eric; Sandan, Liz; Simms, Kimberly; and Huntsberger, Michael, "The Future of Furman Lake" (2008). Furman Lake Restoration Book Gallery. 5.
Additional Affiliated Department, Center or Institute
Biology, Communication Studies, Earth and Environmental Science
Biology | Earth Sciences | Environmental Sciences
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