ABERDEEN, S.D. – A scholarly article by a Northern State University student, faculty member and two alums has been published in CHIRONOMUS Journal of Chironomidae Research. “Benefits of Chironomid Research: Perspectives from Undergraduate Researchers” was co-authored by Tessa Durnin, Nathan Roberts, Katherine Wollman and NSU Assistant Professor of Biology Dr. Alyssa Anderson.
Durnin, Roberts and Wollman assisted with writing the article after working with Anderson on her research of Chironomidae – aquatic flies that can help to indicate water quality conditions. Durnin, from Aberdeen, is a senior double majoring in biology and environmental science. Roberts, an environmental science major from Aberdeen, graduated from NSU in 2015. Wollman, a double major in biology and environmental science from Pierre, graduated from NSU this month.
The article can be found online at CHIRONOMUS.
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