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Comprising the 360-acre watershed of Moe Pond are Northern hardwoods on mesic sites, old fields and conifer plantations, and several beaver impoundments, one containing an extensive floating sphagnum mat.
Students collect aquatic invertebrates from Moe Pond and other smaller ponds and streams as well as terrestrial organisms from old fields, plantations and mature forests. Student learn about the biota and their adaptations for existence.
Last Updated: Tuesday January 30, 2007