By Erica Hamling and Amber McDonald
Every Monday Great Lakes Echo runs video clips of random people answering questions that experts believe environmentally literate citizens should understand. In the last clip an expert explains the correct answers.
This week’s question is “Why is Michigan known as the wolverine state?”
This week’s expert is Jonathon Schramm, ecologist and professor at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich.
Schramm is also a post-doctoral researcher at the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center, where he studies different ways for students to better understand current issues in bioenergy and sustainability.