NTL-LTER Site Visit - CFL
Jordan Read, a PhD candidate in Civil and Environmental Engineering and the NTL Student Representative to the LTER Network, describes how GELI's will hopefully destroy the thermocline of Crystal Lake in warm weather months. By eliminating the cooler deep water habitat, researchers hope rainbow smelt will be unable to survive, leaving the native warm-water fish unscathed.

Jordan Read, a PhD candidate in Civil and Environmental Engineering and the NTL Student Representative to the LTER Network, describes how GELI's will hopefully destroy the thermocline of Crystal Lake in warm weather months. By eliminating the cooler deep water habitat, researchers hope rainbow smelt will be unable to survive, leaving the native warm-water fish unscathed.