Underwater Cameras Tracking the Humble Alewife in Hopes of Saving It 

UConn grad student Mike Burgess installs an underwater camera at an outlet of Black Hall Pond as Conservation Commission member Gary Gregory watches (CT Examiner)


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OLD LYME – Submerged in the shallow but robust flow of an outlet between Black Hall Pond and Long Island Sound, the camera takes a picture once a minute, day and night.

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Steve Jensen

Steve Jensen was a journalist for 13 years with the Hartford Courant and Journal Inquirer of Manchester before becoming a Communications Director for the State of Connecticut. Jensen covers politics and law enforcement for CT Examiner. T: 860 661-6404