The Ecology of Lonesomeness

Kaleb Schwartz left the Pacific Northwest forests for Scotland's Great Glen to investigate aquatic food webs and nutrients cycles. Jessie McPherson hopes to avoid her youthful obsession with Loch Ness' dark waters, where she first discovered lonesomeness. When he discovers her lonesomeness refers not just to the solitude of the loch, he's faced with an ecological problem of monstrous proportions. More

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