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Newspaper Features UMaine Dragonfly, Mercury Research

An article in the Bangor Daily News recently featured Old Town High School student research that uses dragonfly larvae as bio-sentinels for mercury in wetlands, streams, watershed and lakes in the Northeast. The project is led by OTHS science teacher Ed Lindsey and University of Maine researcher Sarah Nelson, a scientist with the UMaine Sen. George J. Mitchell Center for Environmental and Watershed Research and the School of Forest Resources.

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