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River Mussels: The Secret Lives of Our Water Cleaners and How We Can Help Them

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River Mussels: The Secret Lives of Our Water Cleaners and How We Can Help Them

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River Mussels: The Secret Lives of Our Water Cleaners and How We Can Help Them is a lecture presented by Mike Davis, Minnesota Department of Nature Resources (DNR) Davis is a malacologist and aquatic ecologist. This presentation is the second of a three part series of lectures. The lecture was presented on September 10, 2018 on the Cal Fremling Interpretive Center and Floating Classroom, commonly known as the Fremling Boat. This lecture is a part of the Winona State University Darrell W. Krueger Library Athenaeum Series [2018, season 3, episode 3].

Publication Date

Summer 9-10-2018

Publisher

Darrell W. Krueger Library

City

Winona, Minnesota

Keywords

Mussels, Ecology, Mississippi River, Research

Department

Library

Disciplines

Biology | Ecology and Evolutionary Biology | Life Sciences | Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology

Unique Identifier

WSUFRE_2018_Athenaeum_Davis_Mike

River Mussels: The Secret Lives of Our Water Cleaners and How We Can Help Them

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