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- Tweet roundup. Ecology (EES-152), Fall Semester 2017.
- Observing the observer
- State of the Lehigh Experimental Forest, 2017
- The Tangled Bank Gets A Sign!
- Invasion confirmed. Water lettuce and water hyacinth overwintering in Pennsylvania.
- What’s in a name? Something (completely different) to be said about taxonomic nomenclature
- Another spectacular Laguna Negra
- Coring Lake Aquitania
- Lake Tota and more paramo
- By bus, plane, and car. On to Sogamoso
@LehighEcology (EES-28, EES-152)My Tweets
- RT @LehighEcology: What’s in a name? Something (completely different) to be said about taxonomic nomenclature testateamoebaeresearch.wordpress.com/2017/02/17/wha… via @… 1 year ago
- RT @YellowBuckeye: A Sunlit hickory on the edge of the Lehigh University campus. With @StatelyTrees https://t.co/x0AGzG4iIm 1 year ago
- RT @LehighEcology: New invaders in the Lehigh Valley? Or just summer visitors? Observations on the Lehigh Canal. #ees152 #ees386 https://t.… 1 year ago
- @neuey We are in the forest most Mondays. Will be resurveying the deer exclosures in two weeks. 1 year ago
- RT @IceAgeEcologist: The World's Most Urgent Science Project theatlantic.com/science/archiv… @Pal_EON @mcdietze @DJPMoore @YellowBuckeye @StatelyTr… 1 year ago
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