Dr. Graeme Lockaby speaks on Tick and Mosquito borne illnesses
Posted January 19, 2016
Graeme Lockaby, PhD, Associate Dean for Research in the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences at Auburn University, spoke to the Auburn Rotary Club regarding the impact of wetlands, water quality, and urbanization on tick and mosquito borne illnesses. Pictured are Graeme Lockaby, PhD (left) and Brad Wilson, President Auburn Rotary Club (right).
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