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Timothy Hoellein

Timothy Hoellein is an ecologist and Associate Professor in the Biology Department at Loyola University Chicago. His research measures the movement of pollution in rivers, and its interaction with living things. Dr. Hoellein is also an artist, teacher, and collaborator for issues related to environmental policy, management, and public education.

On Salt Creek: Flows of Rivers and Peoples

Combining lab work, trash gathering, and art making to tell a river's story. Featuring ecologists Timothy Hoellein and Denise Bruesewitz and author Mary Ellis Gibson.


The Brooklyn Rail

OCT 2021

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