Dalal Hanna

The hidden beauties living in the depths of the world’s streams

When I started my PhD researching the various ways freshwater ecosystems contribute to human wellbeing, I was surprised to discover that there was a whole other world of life hiding at the bottom of streams I didn’t know about.  They are the living things that are small, but visible to the naked eye. They are miniature, but they produce essential food for many other species, like fish. They are tiny, but exquisite. They are benthic aquatic invertebrates!…

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The Wildlife of the Rwenzoris (Fishy Ugandan Tales: Episode 9)

Hidden on the western side of Uganda lies an unexpected surprise. Home to the third highest summit in Africa (Mount Stanley), a number of diverse ecosystems, and interesting wildlife, the Rwenzoris are a fascinating mountain range.  Although I am here in Uganda studying mercury contamination in fish, a number of other species of this area…

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The Wildlife of the Rwenzoris (Fishy Ugandan Tales: Episode 9)

Hidden on the western side of Uganda lies an unexpected surprise. Home to the third highest summit in Africa (Mount Stanley), a number of diverse ecosystems, and interesting wildlife, the Rwenzoris are a fascinating mountain range.  Although I am here in Uganda studying mercury contamination in fish, a number of other species of this area…

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The Wildlife of the Rwenzoris (Fishy Ugandan Tales: Episode 9)

Hidden on the western side of Uganda lies an unexpected surprise. Home to the third highest summit in Africa (Mount Stanley), a number of diverse ecosystems, and interesting wildlife, the Rwenzoris are a fascinating mountain range.  Although I am here in Uganda studying mercury contamination in fish, a number of other species of this area…

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