Thursday, November 16, 2017

USD biology students race to save animals at risk to ecocide

The end of life as we know it began with the construction of the main stem Missouri River dams.
Anna Kase, a first-year graduate student, conducted research at the Lake Oahe turtle surveys. She’s working towards her Ph.D. in biological science. Kase is studying how river systems and dams affect turtles, with an emphasis on observing false map turtles.
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According to WNAX the earth hater-owned South Dakota Farm Bureau is scheduled to meet in Sioux Falls to plot the continued destruction of East River watersheds.
President Scott VanderWal says they’ll be hammering out a number of state and national policy issues. He says at the state level, wetland rules and non meandered waters tops their list.
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