UND team builds buoy to assess Devils Lake water quality
Published 09/07/2011, Grand Forks Herald
Boaters on West Stump Lake might catch a glimpse of a yellow buoy bobbing in the middle of the lake over the next few months. It’s part of a $3 million project, funded by a NASA grant, to study the water quality of Devils Lake, particularly as more water is removed from the flooded basin and sent downstream to the Sheyenne and Red River valleys, according to Xiaodong Zhang, project co-leader and an associate professor at UND’s Department of Earth System Science and Policy.Word count: 696
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