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Beau Griffith, a biological technician at CERC, stands at the bottom of one of the newly reconstructed ponds designed to conduct long-term studies with sturgeon and other riverine species. A divider and circulators can be installed in the sandy-bottomed ponds to create the continuous water current that sturgeon prefer.