Students use microscope skills and knowledge of cell parts to distinguish between 4 different types of Red Algae in Samples collected by scientists.
I have a study site photo:
The habitat is freshwater in a developed area.
The longitude : -70.70011
My sketch was of a dandelion. I drew it based on what I found outside and pictures on the internet.
My sampling method was just looking around.
Field search : We were going outside because our class is trying to record every plant on our campus and writing them all down in our team hallway. Before we went outside we had to find a couple of plants that we would look for when we're outside. When we went outside we walked down the road a little bit and turned left heading into the woods. We searched the woods for about fifteen min and we took pictures, measured and got the longitude and latitude of the plant we selected. I had my friend hold the meter stick while I took the pictures so that they were clearer.
34.8968 N and 42.0978 W in a forest like area with trees, next to a swamp on MMS school grounds. I am happy I found this plant because it's not invasive. I found it hard to find the scientific name for it. I am surprised to see that this plant stands alone, and no other White Clovers were near it. My sampling method was looking around for it.
I am looking for White Clover ( Trifolium repens). I found this plant near my study site.
The plant was four inches long, and the clover top was 1.6 centimeters wide.
On the campus of our school i think i found witch hazel but i need some help finding out what itt is it but i don't know so if you can please check out this below.
On Tuesday October, 15 2013 we went outside and started looking for a new kind of plant on the massabesic campus.
Our mission was to find a plant that had not been found before on the campus.I think I found some witch hazel but it's a little short in size but all the other dimensions are correct. The plant has made a great impact on the area around it and most of the plants have died out.
This is an ID card used to identify purple loostrife in the spring. The curent card describes it being really tall and having purple flowers but in the spring loostrife is still coming out of the ground and is small. This card will help people looking for it in the spring to identify.
I created this card to help the users identify the New England Cottontail. This will help in finding it to document its location and try to help save them from going on the endangered species list. This will help users from getting confused between the New England Cottontail and the Snowshoe Hare.
A species card to help you identify Procon Lotor A.K.A a Raccoon. The card show all evidence you can use to find a raccoon around your area, or other areas. (This is also a entry for the creative kid contest).
It's a tracking card. It shows the tracks, the scat, the habitat, and what it looks like so if you're looking for a moose you'll know what to look for and where to go to find one. It even has the differences of a deer and a moose so you don't get them confused.