Episode #2510 -
Science Behind Emiquon Preserve
Representatives of Dickson Mounds Museum, The Nature Conservancy and the University of Illinois-Springfield will discuss restoration ecology, water quality, how animal diets can balance an ecosystem, and other scientific studies at the Emiquon Preserve along the Illinois River in Fulton County, and how these issues can impact other river systems in North America.
Original Air Date(s): 1/3/2013
Guest Information
  • Michael Lemke - Biology Professor, University of Illinois-Springfield
  • Michael Wiant - Director, Dickson Mounds Museum
  • Jeff Walk - Director of Science, The Nature Conservancy
Michael Lemke - Biology Professor, University of Illinois-Springfield
Michael Lemke - Biology Professor, University of Illinois-Springfield
Michael Wiant - Director, Dickson Mounds Museum
Michael Wiant - Director, Dickson Mounds Museum
Jeff Walk - Director of Science, The Nature Conservancy
Jeff Walk - Director of Science, The Nature Conservancy
Blue-green algae on Thompson Lake
Blue-green algae on Thompson Lake
Map of the Emiquon Preserve
Map of the Emiquon Preserve
An archeological dig at the Emiquon Preserve
An archeological dig at the Emiquon Preserve
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