Late pictures from Argentina: Back to Bariloche

In Jan/Feb I spent two weeks back in Bariloche with Esteban and Beatriz and their lab.   As usual it was quite a nice trip, made nicer by the fact the volcano had stopped, the air was clear, the lakes were free of ash, and the airport was open!  Below is a view of the glacial arm of Lake Mascardi, where the suspended glacial powder shades the water column, lowers the seston C:P ratio, and makes life better for Daphnia!  (according to the beautiful research of Cecilia Laspoumaderes)

Pictures here.

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