GAMBUSIA AND SYSTEMS THINKING

@inproceedings{Bergamo2002GAMBUSIAAS,
  title={GAMBUSIA AND SYSTEMS THINKING},
  author={Cara Bergamo and Jarrett Cato and Samira Farouk and Lisa Halbsgut and Jennifer R Lee and Andrea N. Miltiades and Paul Edwin Morrison and David C. Page and Eugenia Shmidt and Pranava Upadrashta and Michael T. Roche},
  year={2002}
}
The team challenge involved performing fieldwork to obtain data related to daily fluctuations in dissolved oxygen levels within a natural system (Long Pond at Drew University). Once these patterns were discerned, the team designed and conducted laboratory experiments for estimating oxygen production and consumption by certain biotic factors. The main subjects of these tests were Gambusia affinis, mosquito fish, and Elodea densa, common aquarium plants. The focus of these experiments resulted in… CONTINUE READING

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