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In 2015 and 2016, Mary Miss/City as Living Laboratory created a series of installations for StreamLines along five major waterways in Indianapolis. The theme for the site at the White River was “Water Rises, Water Falls” and explores water in the atmosphere. Scientific topics for this site included atmosphere, precipitation, infrastructure, watershed, albedo, land cover and heat island.
The White River is one of the largest rivers in Indiana, flowing for over 350 miles from Randolph County,
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