Manitoulin Streams was asked to participate in LCPS Earth Day Events. Our Climate Change Adaptation Liaison, Liam Campbell, gave a lesson to the students about how the density of water changes with temperature and how this relates to the thermal structure of our lakes throughout the year or otherwise known as "lake dynamics". They also learned about how the thermal structure of lakes relates to fish habitats, the kinds of fish that live in these habitats and why fish are suited to specific habitats.
The final lesson was regarding climate change and how it has an impact on the thermal structure of lakes and by extension, the fish habitats within them. Thank you for the invite LCPS!