Field trips to Quakertown Swamp and Tannersville Bog, April 2016
Finding Nymphaea seeds in the mud. These are not here today…
Collecting data on hydrology, vegetation, and soils.
And more coring…
Vernal pools at Quakertown Swamp.
Discussing expectations before hiking to Tannersville Bog.
So much fun gaining our swamp legs.
No bog bodies today.
Wetland Ecology 2016.
The highlight for Reilly was definitely the gyttja.
Looking good Erin.
Is this a wetland?
My kind of boardwalk….
Boardwalk at Tannersville.
Sieving the mud.
Go Erin and Robert!
Hey, look….it is our old friend Symplocarpus.
10 meters deep!
Posted on April 22, 2016, in Wetland ecology (EES-386) and tagged Biodiversity, Ecology, Ecosystems, experiential learning, Nature, Peatlands, Plants, Swamp, Wetlands. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.