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Science Notebooks Japanese Knotweed 6Group3 Scientific Notebook 2011-05-27 6Group3 0
Science Notebooks Group2's Science Notebook. 2011-05-27 Group2 0
Science Notebooks Japanese Knotweed Scientific Notebook 2011-05-26 Group6 0
Science Notebooks Japanese Knotweed Science notebook 2011-05-26 Group3 0
Videos: How-to Vital Signs Tools of the Trade This is a Public Service Announcement for Vital Signs that was created by our out-of-school educators/advisors during our April 2011 Institute. Nina and Ashley show you the different sampling tools you can use to look for invasive species. 2011-05-04 gmri 0
Videos: How-to Go for it! Do Vital Signs! This is a Public Service Announcement for Vital Signs that was created by our out-of-school educators/advisors during our April 2011 Institute. Like they say, just get your computer, get your boots, and go for it! 2011-05-02 gmri 0
Research reports Beech I didn't find my plant/tree on the on the other submission so I have to do it this way. We had to do a project about plants/trees. 2011-03-10 5MC8 0
Research reports 6sb4's finding of the plant Pitch Pine We went outside to identify and find most or all of the plants on Massabesic Middle school campus.And what we did was we had sessions on each class that we would go outside and then find a plant and then we would identify it take a sample to get a closer look but when we did so our science teacher Mr.P had set this whole thing up .Our quadrats our area he supplied it all.Anyways when I went outside I chose I pine tree and I soon later found out it was Pitch Pine.And I have came to a conclusion that is IS Pitch Pine 2011-02-14 6SB4 5
Species Cards Lurid Sedge My plant the Lurid Sedge has needle leaves and it is perennial. Why it is perennial because it has seeds growing inside my plant. The color of my plant is greenish in the spring, summer. In the winter and fall it is brownish and it has needle shaped leaves. 2011-02-09 6PM15 3
Species Cards, Research reports Hemerocallis—Daylily We have done a study at Massabesic Middle School, in which we were assigned quadrats, and asked to pick out a plant from our quadrat and identify it, then submit our findings to Vital Signs. I have identified my plant, but I found that the species of my plant (Daylily) was not on a species card, so I thought that it would be appropriate to submit my findings this way. 2011-01-31 6EL14 4