State of Arizona rivers

The health of rivers in Arizona not only has a direct impact on humans, but also wildlife that depends on the riparian areas. Heather Bateman, an associate professor with ASU’s College of Integrative Arts and Sciences, will discuss the importance of rivers in our state and the impact humans are having on rivers that is changing our ecosystem.

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Heather Bateman, an associate professor with ASU’s College of Integrative Arts and Sciences

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