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In this De-Natured segment of Nature League, Brit breaks down a recent scientific journal article about the impact of invertebrate motion on the mixing of water columns.

Article citation:
Isabel A. Houghton, Jeffrey R. Koseff, Stephen G. Monismith & John O. Dabiri

Vertically migrating swimmers generate aggregation-scale eddies in a stratified column

Nature, 2018

Article link:
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-018-0044-z

Videos and images courtesy of Isabel Houghton. Schlieren videos and imaging obtained with the assistance and facilities of J.R. Strickler (UWM).

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