TECL Scientists and UWO Grad Student Collaborate on Horicon Marsh Heavy Metals Research

UW Oshkosh graduate student Sarah Woody spent this past summer looking at heavy metal concentrations in sediment, plant and muskrat tissue at Horicon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge. Sarah collaborated with Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene Trace Elements Clean Lab (TECL) scientists to perform the sample processing and analysis for her research.

See Sarah in her waders collecting samples in the Marsh and in her lab coat in the TECL in this video produced by UW Oshkosh