University of Vermont awarded $20M to study lake

Associated Press: A science program at the University of Vermont has been awarded a $20 million federal grant, the largest grant in the school's history, to help study the health of the Lake Champlain basin and look at the effects of climate change on it, officials announced Friday. The five-year National Science Foundation grant will be used to take into account the many factors that affect the Lake Champlain Basin, land use, streams and rivers of its watershed, said UVM biology professor Judith Van Houten, director......

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