Fish populations at world’s second largest freshwater lake

ScienceDaily: A University of Wyoming researcher is studying fish populations -- and their relationship with local fishing communities -- in Africa's largest lake. Catherine Wagner, a UW assistant professor in the Department of Botany and the UW Biodiversity Institute, is studying interactions between the biodiversity of East Africa's Lake Tanganyika and the human communities that live around the lake. The work is conducted with the support of The Nature Conservancy and with collaborator Peter McIntyre, an assistant......

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