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Water Quality in the Madison Lakes - Ep. 389

  • Aired: 01/27/2010
  • 53:26
  • Rating: TV-G
Katherine McMahon, Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, UW-Madison Katherine McMahon talks about the importance of the unseen organisms in the lakes in Madison and the role they play in the local quality of water. She speaks about microbiology, environmental chemistry, and technology as well as the affects of microbes, bacteria, etc. on our water systems.
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Water Quality in the Madison Lakes - Ep. 389
Water Quality in the Madison Lakes - Ep. 389
Trina McMahon discusses microbes affecting the water quality of Madison's lakes.
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