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University of Windsor researchers are developing state-of-the-art, stable isotope analyses that fingerprint contaminants and nutrients to demonstrate how food webs in the Great Lakes work, supporting a large recreational fishery.

The Fisk Lab, located in the university’s Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, is largely focused on understanding the mechanisms and processes that structure aquatic food webs and ecosystems, focused mainly on the Laurentian Great Lakes and Arctic freshwater and marine ecosystems.

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