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Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Summer 2020: An environmental justice approach to data-intensive lake research

By Jessica Díaz Vázquez I joined the Data Intensive Landscape Limnology Lab in October 2018 to gain research experience in the general field of ecology. As I learned more about the database LAGOS and the openness of the lab for interdisciplinary research, I saw an opportunity to incorporate my interest in environmental justice. I grew up in Northeast Houston, Texas

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Highlight on Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU): MSU math major applies his skills to data-intensive lake research, By Sam Polus

I was motivated to apply for this particular REU position as, growing up in northern Michigan, I have always been interested in nature and ecology, and I wanted to be able to apply my math degree in areas that would allow me to pursue these interests. It has been an amazing learning opportunity for me to apply things I have

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Water quality observations through time in LAGOS-NE by Nicole Smith

This animation shows the accumulation of water quality observations for each of the lakes in the LAGOS-NE database. For each year and lake, the  cumulative count of in water quality observations to date is shown by color. The first field observation in the database was recorded in 1933 from Lake Pepin (WI/MN). The lake with the most data points across

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