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The use of natural outdoor laboratories can reduce threats to freshwater biodiversity

By Alyssa Murdoch, Postdoctoral fellow, Cooke Lab, Carleton University
Chrystal Mantyka-Pringle, Conservation Planning Biologist, Wildlife Conservation Society Canada and Adjunct Professor of Conservation Biology, University of Saskatchewan
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Governments, industrial and development companies and scientists need to take a leading role in finding strategic solutions to the cumulative threats impacting our freshwater ecosystems.The Conversation

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