After Acid Rain, Lakes Are Turning to ‘Jelly’
By DOUGLAS QUENQUA
Tiny, jelly-clad crustaceans known as Holopedium are thriving in some Canadian lakes after years of acid rain, threatening the food chain and “jellifying” the waters, biologists say.
Published: November 25, 2014 at 06:00AM
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