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Here are your 2014 Natural History research questions!

This year’s St Lawrence Ecosystems course is off to a great start. As other years, we have a great suite of projects lined up, and students will be starting their field research next week.  Late last week, the students were all asked to tweet their research questions.  Please have a read and give the students your feedback! Trying to refine a research questions is one of the trickier tasks in ecology, and if you have idea and constructive criticism, so touch base with the students. Each tweet, below, is linked to their Twitter handle (or you can access the list here). You can also follow the course activities with the hashtag #ENVB222.

1) The Earthworm group:

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2) The bird group:

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3) The “litter critters”

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4) The frog group:

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5) The Butternut group

 

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6) Turkey Tail:

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7) The Salamander group:

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8) Beech Bark Disease:

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