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Browsing Rice Creek Research by Subject "SUNY Oswego"

Browsing Rice Creek Research by Subject "SUNY Oswego"

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  • Bieber, Andrew; Bollenbacher, Michael; Brown, Joseph; Dillon, Theresa; Dosch, Deborah; Elliott, Carol; Giordano, Angelo; Meier, Paul; Smith, Gerald (2011-06-21)
    The study was designed and conducted by the student participants to provide needed information on the habitats and wildlife found within the 36 square mile Oswego County Coastal Zone. The studies included works on vegetation, ...
  • Chepko-Sade, Diane; Weber, Peter; Weber, Nicholas; Rosenbaum, Peter; Nelson, Andrew (2011-06-06)
    Contains the Following Research Reports: Butterfly Populations at Rice Creek Field Station: A Progress Report; Survey of Small Mammal Populations at Rice Creek Field Station; Flora of Rice Creek Field Station; Overview ...
  • Weber, Nicholas; Weber, Peter; Nelson, Andrew; Weeks, John; Chepko-Sade, Diane; Frank, Jennifer (2011-06-06)
    Contains the Following Research Reports: Butterfly Populations at Rice Creek Field Station: The 1997 Season; Survey of the Amphibian and Earthworm Species at Rice Creek Field Station; Flora of Rice Creek Field Station; ...
  • Valentino, David; Peavy, Samuel; Chepko-Sade, Diane; Weber, Peter; Weber, Nicholas; Nelson, Andrew (2011-06-21)
    Contains the Following Research Reports: Variability of Electrical Resistivity at Rice Creek Field Station, Oswego, New York: Implications for the Distribution of Groundwater; A Survey of Small Mammal Populations at Rice ...
  • Weber, Peter; Holy, Michael; Valentino, David; Stamm, Alfred; Connor, Benjamin; Thomas, JoAnn; Chiarenzelli, Jeffrey; Chepko-Sade, Diane; Nelson, Andrew (2011-06-21)
    Contains the Following Research Reports: Butterfly Populations at Rice Creek Field Station, 1999 Season; The Impact of Precipitation on Electrical Properties of the Shallow Subsurface at Rice Creek Field Station: Experimental ...
  • Weber, Peter; Ralston, Joel (2011-06-06)
    Contains the Report: "Breeding Birds in Old Fields in Central New York State in Relation to Field Mowing"

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