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Lake Depth

Jerry deNoyelles, associate director of the Kansas Biological Survey, readies a fluorometer that will be used to register amounts of algae during some water sampling and lake assessment at Clinton Lake. The sampling Friday is part of an Applied Science and Technology for Reservoir Assessment Initiative that is studying the shrinking of Kansas lakes and water reservoirs which is contributing to taste and odor problems in drinking water for some communities. In the background are Andy Dzialowski, associate research scientist with the KBS, far right, and KBS research associate Scott Campbell, second from right.


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