Waquoit Bay, Falmouth, MA

June 17th, 2015 @   - 

A Semester in Environmental Science student uses a dip net to collect organisms in Waquoit Bay. Back in the laboratory, students build a food web using gut contents and stable isotopes. They then consider how local policy decisions, such as increasing the nitrogen load to the estuary, will alter these food webs.

4 Waquoit Bay

Photo by Sarah Nalven (click for larger image)

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