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The invasive and unnatural change in the rivers chemistry wiped out almost all of the areas plant and animal life, and by the 1940s the common reed - Phragmites communis - was one of the only plant species that remained.

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  1. Gil Lopez September 10, 2011 at 2:52 pm

    Very insightful analysis and coverage of the experimental Rebecca and great photographs Amanda! I was apparently in the same boat with you two (judging by the pictures). The spurse Live Feeds have become my favorite part of the BMW Guggenheim Lab. Check out my take on the same outing. http://gillopez.posterous.com/spursefw5
    You two are probably in some of my images along with Petia Morozov (from spurse) and Olatunbosun Obayomi (last weeks BMW Guggenheim Lab guest curator).