Water Chestnut Invasion in the Hudson River

 

This animation demonstrates how the water chestnut (Trapa natans) has changed the dissolved oxygen content of the freshwater shallows of the Hudson River.  Students can view the changes over the course of a 24-hour time period, observing how dissolved oxygen and tides are related.

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