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Legacy Pollutants Still Turning Up in Migratory Birds

News   Oct 22, 2020 | Original story from University at Buffalo

 
Legacy Pollutants Still Turning Up in Migratory Birds

University at Buffalo researcher Steven Travis cracks an abandoned tern egg into a beaker. Though the new study published in Environment International focuses on common tern chicks, juveniles and adults, Travis and colleagues have begun work on a study examining the levels of pollutants in the eggs of common terns and other wild aquatic birds. Credit: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki / University at Buffalo

 
 
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