St. Columba students study what’s in the river

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St. Columba students study what’s in the river

St. Columba student Carlie Brown, 12, front, makes an entry in her science journal while her seventh-grade science class takes samples from the Animas River. In back from left are Ava Scribner, 13; William Barney, 13; Calvin Mulcahy, 13; teacher Lu Boren; and Sophia Brown, 12.
St. Columba School science teacher Lu Boren and student William Barney measure the ambient temperature before taking water samples from the Animas River behind Durango High School in late July. Barney is the son of Anne Klein and Tom Barney.
Sophia Brown, 12, drips sodium thiosulfate into a water sample from the Animas River in order to determine the amount of dissolved oxygen in it.

St. Columba students study what’s in the river

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St. Columba student Carlie Brown, 12, front, makes an entry in her science journal while her seventh-grade science class takes samples from the Animas River. In back from left are Ava Scribner, 13; William Barney, 13; Calvin Mulcahy, 13; teacher Lu Boren; and Sophia Brown, 12.
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St. Columba School science teacher Lu Boren and student William Barney measure the ambient temperature before taking water samples from the Animas River behind Durango High School in late July. Barney is the son of Anne Klein and Tom Barney.
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Sophia Brown, 12, drips sodium thiosulfate into a water sample from the Animas River in order to determine the amount of dissolved oxygen in it.
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