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Lindsay studying loons

September 13, 2012
The Mining Journal

Alec Lindsay, a Northern Michigan University biology professor shown handling a common loon, is the 2012-13 Peter White Scholar at NMU. He has spent the past 18 years studying the evolution and behavior of the common loon, and will use a grant that comes with the scholar designation to begin a genetic analysis of the loon population. The Peter White Scholar Award is intended to support faculty who have a proven scholarly record and are undertaking a project that would significantly advance their work.

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Alec Lindsay, a Northern Michigan University biology professor shown handling a common loon, is the 2012-13 Peter White Scholar at NMU. He has spent the past 18 years studying the evolution and behavior of the common loon, and will use a grant that comes with the scholar designation to begin a genetic analysis of the loon population. The Peter White Scholar Award is intended to support faculty who have a proven scholarly record and are undertaking a project that would significantly advance their work.

 
 

 

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