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ResearchLife: Following the Nose

Can a living fossil adapt to climate change?

February 13, 2017 — 

Luke Belding, PhD student. Image courtesy of David Lipnowski.

As published in the 2017 Winter edition of ResearchLife :

Luke Belding, a PhD student in Gary Anderson’s lab, Biological Sciences, is exploring how free swimming, newly hatched larval Lake Sturgeon deal with rapidly changing environments. Particularly, how they will respond to increasing CO2 and temperatures scientists predict for 2100, which, since sturgeon can live to be 100, the fish being born today will experience.

ResearchLife magazine, is a University of Manitoba publication.

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