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Tiny swimming creatures can create big currents in lake water – new research

By Iestyn Woolway, Research Fellow in Climate Science, University of Reading
John Harold Simpson, Professor Emeritus in Physical Oceanography, Bangor University
Martin Austin, Senior Lecturer in Coastal Dynamics, Bangor University
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Studies of Lake Windermere show how organisms moving in lakes help keep water layers fresh and reduce greenhouse gas production.

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