Resource Roundup: Summer, 2010
A caterpillar dangles over a trail on the way to a rare plant monitoring site in the Smokies.
- Wacky weather through the summer
- How much is too much? Air to water pollution
- The science of history: Teacher workshops
- Archeology field school
- Fire & GPS training
- Canadian Top burn in Little Cataloochee
- Fire interpretation workshop coming soon!
- What does acidic deposition do to stream life?
- Removing rainbows
- Fish genetics
Inventory & monitoring
- Successful searches for wetlands
- Firefly frenzy
- Abrams Creek Algae Update
- Hurray for the herbarium!
- Invertebrate Extravaganza
- All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory Update
- Plotting Fraser Fir
- Emerald Ash Borer found in TN
- Hosts help intercept invasive Emerald Ash Borer
- Volunteers finish the first Adopt-a-Trap season
- Spruce fir moss spider
- Greenhouse going again (almost)
- Beech plots
- Exotics work: Cable Cove and Hazel Creek
- Treating hemlocks
- Monitoring Fraser Fir
- Coltsfoot: a new invader in the park
- New website helps managers keep an eye out for forest pests
- Invasive kudzu is a major source of surface level ozone pollution
- Thousand Cankers Disease found in TN
- NPS White-Nose Syndrome Webinars Successful
- New bat exhibit at Sugarlands Visitor Center!
- Bat research and tracking
- Exposed! The wild world of worms on crayfish
- New Chief of Resource Management and Science
- Hungry, hungry exotic earthworms
- Trees and bees: citizen scientists at work in the field
- Gone to the Gulf
- Replacing rocks
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