OUR WORK DISCUSSED IN SCIENCE MAGAZINE

11/16/12:

Our work was highlighted in a recent Science Magazine article on freshwater mussels:

“By filtering water, mussels move nutrient through the food web, supporting nearby terrestrial ecosystems as well. The result: Rivers and streams with a greater number of mussel species tend to have richer algal and insect communities than those with fewer species Caryn Vaughn of the University of Oklahoma, Norman, and colleagues concluded in a paper published in Ecology last month.”

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