This morning my focus was grabbed by a BBC video clip titled Utah’s Great Salt Lake is Jogging Out of H2o. It is a interesting online video about the disorders that have contributed to the Great Salt Lake shrinking by just about two-thirds in this century. Spoiler inform: drought isn’t the largest contributor to the shrinkage.
Looking at the BBC’s online video about Good Salt Lake prompted me to do a little hunting for a lot more data about the lake and its ecosystem. That search led me to a several factors value sharing with students.
The Genetic Science Mastering Centre hosted by the University of Utah features a handful of resources for encouraging college students learn about the Terrific Salt Lake ecosystem. Those sources include things like an interactive meals world-wide-web, an interactive brine shrimp lifecycle display, and an interactive map of Terrific Salt Lake microenvironments.
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