Faculty Mentors

Catrena Higginbotham, Ph.D


Every living organism on Earth depends on water, many of which must consume liters of fresh water daily. Unfortunately, a readily available source of clean, fresh water is diminishing. Over the years, the fresh water supply has been polluted by biological and chemical sources. The nutrient levels and pesticide chemical contamination of several water locations in the Middle Georgia area were analyzed and monitored by chemistry majors at GC&SU over the past two years.

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Chemistry Commons



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