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Science Cafe: What Lives in Potholes and How?

Presented by Museum of Northern Arizona at Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff AZ

Nov 13 2013
Science Cafe: What Lives in Potholes and How?

 Presented by Randy Van Haverbeke, USFWS Senior Fish Biologist

Scattered atop the sandstone formations of northern Arizona and Utah are small windblown depressions called rock pools. They range in size from small teacups to massive cylindrical pits with vertical walls. Bathtub size is common, and there are thousands surrounding the Lake Powell region. Most pools dry periodically, but fill with water during the summer monsoon seasons. Inside these remote habitats live fascinating but seldom seen

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