Event Title

Ants, Caterpillars and Spiders: Forest Food Webs on the World Wide Web

Presenter Information

Robert E. Clark, Wesleyan University

Location

Goodwin College

Start Date

1-4-2016 9:30 AM

End Date

1-4-2016 10:30 AM

Description

This workshop will provide training for a citizen science project about ecologically important forest organisms. This project gives students the chance to collect, identify and learn the phenology of creatures that live in our forests. Your students will be part of real research by collecting and electronically submitting data that scientists can use to understand food web interactions and the impacts of climate change. Get the background and applications to use with students this spring.

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Apr 1st, 9:30 AM Apr 1st, 10:30 AM

Ants, Caterpillars and Spiders: Forest Food Webs on the World Wide Web

Goodwin College

This workshop will provide training for a citizen science project about ecologically important forest organisms. This project gives students the chance to collect, identify and learn the phenology of creatures that live in our forests. Your students will be part of real research by collecting and electronically submitting data that scientists can use to understand food web interactions and the impacts of climate change. Get the background and applications to use with students this spring.