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PHOTO: Camosun biotech students study Swan Lake water

Water work Camosun College applied chemistry and biotechnology students Tyler Dyer, left, Dan Coward – with Chelsey Burdess and teacher Blair Surridge behind them – take water samples from Swan Lake to be tested for nutrients, phosphorus, calcium and pH. The students take water from Elk Lake and Douglas Creek as well as sediment samples for comparison.  - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
Water work Camosun College applied chemistry and biotechnology students Tyler Dyer, left, Dan Coward – with Chelsey Burdess and teacher Blair Surridge behind them – take water samples from Swan Lake to be tested for nutrients, phosphorus, calcium and pH. The students take water from Elk Lake and Douglas Creek as well as sediment samples for comparison.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff
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