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Mercury Pollution Levels in National Parks Revealed by Dragonflies

News   Jul 23, 2020 | Original story from Dartmouth University

 
Mercury Pollution Levels in National Parks Revealed by Dragonflies

Before turning into adults, dragonfly larvae can be collected easily by citizen scientists and used as "biosentinels" to study mercury pollution. Credit: Dartmouth Toxic Metals Superfund Research Program

 
 
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