The Great Lakes Center was featured in an article produced by the SUNY Research Foundation on water research done by several different SUNY campuses.
"Benthos – the worms, crustaceans, bivalves and other small aquatic animals that live on, in, or near the bottom of water bodies – can also serve as indicators of water quality. Since 2013, Alexander Karatayev, director of the Great Lakes Center at Buffalo State, and senior research scientist Lyubov Burlakova been conducting one of the world's largest monitoring of benthic invertebrates across the five Great Lakes. These studies are sponsored by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency."
Read the full article at https://www.rfsuny.org/RF-News/SUNY-Water-Research/SUNY---Water-Research.html.
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