Lucia de Brito Franco has a background in architecture and painting, but more than anything her art is driven by her experiences free diving and her connection to water
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Researchers at the University of Montana’s Flathead Lake Biological Station discovered plastic pollution in Northwest Montana’s largest lake. Their study clarifies where the pollution develops and how it can be limited.