Monthly Archives: May 2018
Headed out with two students today to brave the suburban wilds of “Lake Truly” – an accidental lake created by some interesting engineering history within the campus wetlands. We’ll be working on sorting out some of the dynamics of the … Continue reading
Visiting Victoria this weekend and geeking out on the glacial striations all along the shore (near Beacon Park here).
The class is continuing investigation of biological indicators of lake health – today looking at the macroinvert community in different areas of the lake/inflow/outflow. It was diverse and full of way more interesting critters than the students expected to find!