EES 217 Acadia Lessons Project
The first weekend of November EES undergraduate students stayed at the Schoodic Education and Research Center at Acadia National Park for a 2.5-day intensive hands-on field research experience. After conducting their research on a small stream watershed, they presented their findings on whether changes in hydrology and road crossings are affecting connectivity of the stream, its wetlands, and the intertidal zone.
For more information click the link to the Schoodic Institute’s news article!
Schoodic Watersheds- Linking Mountain and Sea