Wake Forest professor Dennis Lemly has a newly published article on the effects of coal pollution on wildlife.

Lemly and Skorupa – Coal Waste Impacts on Wildlife – August 9, 2012

Dennis Lemly is a Research Biologist with the Unites States Department of Agriculture Forest Service, and an associate research professor with Wake Forest’s Department of Biology. He is also the author of the book Selenium Assessment in Acquatic Ecosytems:  A Guide for Hazard Evaluation and Water Quality Criteria.