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Rice Creek Research Reports, 1998

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dc.contributor.author Valentino, David
dc.contributor.author Peavy, Samuel
dc.contributor.author Chepko-Sade, Diane
dc.contributor.author Weber, Peter
dc.contributor.author Weber, Nicholas
dc.contributor.author Nelson, Andrew
dc.date.accessioned 2011-06-21T14:00:07Z
dc.date.available 2011-06-21T14:00:07Z
dc.date.issued 2011-06-21
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1951/51739
dc.description The summer of 1998 saw the continuation of the two long-term biological studies that initiated the Rice Creek Associates small grants program and the addition of a new project in the earth sciences. Rice Creek Associates was again joined by Oswego State's Division of Continuing Education and Office of Research and Sponsored Programs in support of the 1998 research efforts. Diane Chepko-Sade and Peter and Nick Weber indicate that the three years of data now available from their respective studies provide evidence of patterns of fluctuating population densities and environmentally related changes in habitat utilization that should lend significant insights into the dynamics of ecology at Rice Creek Field Station. Dave Valentino and Sam Peavy's explorations of innovative, non-invasive techniques for investigating conditions and structures beneath the surface of the earth open a whole new dimension to the natural history of the Field Station and the region. Diane is currently developing techniques of data management that will help her and her students track the fortunes of small mammal populations at Rice Creek in future years. Peter is well into the development of a monographic treatment of our butterfly populations. I am especially intrigued by Dave and Sam's suggestion that Lake Ontario, while receiving the surface runoff from a large part of north-central New York State, may at the same time be contributing water back into our subsurface aquifers. This year again I am left with the feeling that my enhanced understanding of the part of the world where I live and work is a significant return from the task of editing and formatting these reports. Andrew P. Nelson, Director Rice Creek Field Station June 19, 1999 en_US
dc.description.abstract 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 Creek Field Station (Year 3); Butterfly Populations at Rice Creek Field Station, The 1998 Season en_US
dc.description.sponsorship SUNY Oswego Division of Continuing Education, SUNY Oswego Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, Rice Creek Associates en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.subject Rice Creek Field Station en_US
dc.subject SUNY Oswego en_US
dc.title Rice Creek Research Reports, 1998 en_US

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