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Very hungry caterpillars can have large effects on lake quality and carbon emissions

By John Gunn, Canada Research Chair in Stressed Aquatic Systems, Laurentian University
Andrew J Tanentzap, Reader in Global Change Ecology, University of Cambridge
Samuel Woodman, PhD Student, Ecosystem and Global Change, University of Cambridge
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As environmental engineers, invasive caterpillars can have remarkable effects on water quality and soil conditions. But from a climate perspective they’re pretty much a nuisance.The Conversation

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