Photos: Environmental Research students perform analysis for the Freshwater Collaborative

  • Enviromental Research Students Test Phosphorus
    Environmental research student Richard Sanderson performs research analysis for the Environmental Science Capstone Class on Friday, April 23, 2021 inside the Laboratory Sciences building’s Environmental Research Lab. The capstone project is investigating the treatment potential of reactive media developed from waste materials (mussel shells, steel turnings) to sequester phosphorus in agricultural runoff.

Assistant Professor Mike Holly’s environmental research students Richard Sanderson and Emma Loucks perform research analysis for a project funded through the Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin with additional student experience through the Environmental Science Capstone Class on Friday, April 23, 2021, inside the Laboratory Sciences building’s Environmental Research Lab. The capstone project is investigating the treatment potential of/ reactive media developed from waste materials (mussel shells, steel turnings) to sequester phosphorus in agricultural runoff. https://freshwater.wisconsin.edu/fantastic-filters-and-where-to-find-them

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UW-Green Bay Environmental Research Student

– Photos by Sue Pischke, Marketing and University Communication.

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