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Dr. Catherine Febria welcomed as GLIER's newest faculty member

Published on: Tue, 03/12/2019
Last Modified: Mon, 07/08/2019 - 4:25pm


Dr. Catherine Febria has joined GLIER as it's newest faculty member.  Dr. Febria will work with her colleagues at GLIER and abroad to study headwaters in the Great Lakes watersheds.  Dr. Febria will utilise many approaches to study ecosystem health within the network of streams and rivers in the Great Lakes areas, bringing expertise and experience from work in New Zealand, the Arctic, and the Great Lakes Basin. 

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Visit Dr. Febria's Healthy Headwaters Lab Website