This week Katelyn chats with Zach Jones, an M.Sc. student in the Trophic Ecology Fisk Lab at the University of Windsor. Zach talks about the role of philosophy in science, understanding habitat coupling via stable isotope analysis, and winter duration effects on smallmouth bass.
Main point: It’s important to maintain a relationship with our natural world.
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