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Lower water levels change lake’s ecosystem

Lower water levels change lake’s ecosystem

November 2, 2016

A recent water level drop in Lake Champlain has affected both the lake’s ecosystem and residents using the lake. On Oct. 26, the depth of Lake Champlain at the King Street Ferry Dock was 93.78 feet, a foot lower than the historical average on this date, according to the National Weather Service....

Flooding in Lafayette disrupts geography lab

Flooding in Lafayette disrupts geography lab

Caroline Alkire

October 7, 2015

A recent flood in Lafayette Hall proved the reliability of UVM’s custodial department when a urinal in the 3rd floor men’s bathroom overflowed, endangering computers and equipment in a downstairs geology lab room. UVM’s physical plant, the department in charge of repairs and maintenance of a...

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