Tweeting from the field: Population ecology in the Lehigh Experimental Forest
Students in ecology (EES-152) at Lehigh University share pictures of our field activities via Twitter. Below are some highlights from a population ecology laboratory, which ended up being spread across two laboratory periods because we had to end early during the first period because of high winds.
And so we tried again…
Posted on October 27, 2013, in Ecology (EES-152), Fieldwork, Original Posts, Teaching, Tweeting from the field 2013 and tagged Earthworms, Ecology, Lehigh Experimental Forest, Red-back salamanders. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.