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Water quality and aquatic insects

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Uploaded on Oct 30, 2009

Andrew Short, assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, studies the diversity, biology and evolutionary history of aquatic beetles in the Division of Entomology at the KU Biodiversity Institute. In this video, Andrew describes his work surveying and studying aquatic insects in the diverse habitats of Venezuela. The video was produced by University Relations as a part of the Wild Science lecture series at the KU Natural History Museum.

For more, visit:
http://www.nhm.ku.edu/

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