Toxic tentacles of mercury

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Toxic tentacles of mercury

Element’s levels monitored at Vallecito, Mesa Verde, Pagosa Springs

Toxic tentacles of mercury

Jackson Webster, left, a doctoral candidate from University of Colorado, labels core samples just gathered from the bottom of Vallecito Reservoir as part of a study on mercury levels in the area. In the background, Crystal Kelly assists Chris Peltz with core-sampling equipment as Chelsea Ottenfeld, right, looks on.
Doug Winter, an undergraduate student at the University of Colorado, inspects part of a core sample collected from the bottom of Vallecito Reservoir as part of a study on mercury levels in the area.
Doug Winter, an undergraduate student at the University of Colorado, inspects part of a core sample just collected from the bottom of Vallecito Reservoir as part of a study on mercury levels in the area.
Doug Winter, an undergraduate student at the University of Colorado, raises a core sample from the bottom of Vallecito Reservoir as Jackson Webster, left foreground, and Chris Peltz look on.
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