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    What are Local Fish Eating? By: Sammie Alexander As a member of the ecology team for the Potomac Environmental Research and Education Center’s (PEREC) summer OSCAR team project, my research goal is to investigate the predator-prey dynamics between fish and macroinvertebrates in two freshwater tidal Potomac River tributaries, Gunston Cove and Hunting Creek. This means, […]
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  • Modeling a Coastal Environment with Human Elements
    Kim de Mutsert was one of the Keynote Speakers at the CSDMS (Community Surface Dynamics Modeling System) annual meeting “Modeling Coupled Earth and Human Systems – The Dynamic Duo.” That took place in Boulder, Colorado from May 23-25, 2017. See the presentation below entitled: “Modeling a Coastal Environment with Human Elements.” Keynote Abstract: If one […]
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  • PEREC Represents GMU at Occoquan River Fest
    Damselfly Larvae captured from a NOVA stream PEREC Faculty and George Mason Students spent a wonderful Saturday at the Occoquan River Fest. The festival was a great place for NOVA residents to learn about the history and environment of the Occoquan River. PEREC’s booth was dedicated to the health and ecosystem of local Virginia streams. […]
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