Waterloo biologist examines tiny fish ear bones for clues to mercury contamination and climate change
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Fish ear bones are only a few millimetres in size but a University of Waterloo biologist is examining them for big answers to climate change and pollution.
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Wetlands were once considered unsightly and unusable land filled with smelly, infected water, yet today their “free” ecosystem services are hard to ignore: flood control, excess nutrient abatement, water filtration, food, and wildlife habitat.
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