Making Waves Ep. 18: Major Changes in the Production Pathways of the Great Lakes, Dr. Soren Brothers.
This month's podcast features Dr. Soren Brothers discussing his work on food webs in the Laurentian Great Lakes.
Dr. Brothers is an assistant professor in limnology at the Utah State University Watershed Sciences and Ecology Center. His lab works on a broad range of topics ranging from microbial processes up through food web relationships and all the way to local, regional, or global patterns in the way lakes interact with their surrounding landscapes and the Earth’s atmosphere. When this podcast was recorded, he was a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Guelph leading a group of researchers from several institutions in both Canada and the United States to address multiple stressors in the Great Lakes.
Running time: 18 minutes
Host: Tim Cline
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