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As a scientist, Dr. Ken Sulak is trained to make observations.
He makes his living studying the ways of the natural world, with an emphasis, in recent years, on the lives of sturgeon swimming the lengths of the Suwannee River.
But his professional work over time has bled into his personal interests: observations on the lives of humans and their place in the world.
"In the course of being on the river, you run into a lot of people, a lot of old timers," Sulak said from his office at the U.S. Geological Survey last week.
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