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Fig 5 results

Graph of grazing rates for the temperate and tropical grass species across salinity. Top row shows grazing rates in summer, bottom row shows grazing rates in winter. Grazing became less intense as salinity got higher. Photo credit: Figure 5 from Bell et al. 2019 via Creative Commons License. Katherine BarrettKate is a 4th year PhD […]

Katherine Barrett

Kate is a 4th year PhD candidate in the Biological Sciences Department at the University of Notre Dame, and holds a Masters in Environmental Science & Biology from SUNY Brockport. She studies the ecology of benthic (bottom) algae in the Great Salt Lake, Utah, in particular how this resource is important to the overall food. Outside of lab and field work, she enjoys running and kickboxing.

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