Charting long-term change in Whistler lakes

For several years now, Ian Spooner has been doing paleolimnology work on some of Whistler's lakes—taking core samples of lake sediment to understand both external and internal influences on the lakes.

"The reason I'm doing this talk is because I need stories. I do a lot of science on lakes ... but the science isn't worth anything without the stories," said Ian Spooner, head of the Department of Earth and Environmental Science at Acadia University, in a talk at the Whistler Museum on April 11.

More details at Pique New Magazine.


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