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PBIO(BIOL) 3660L Plant Biology Intensive Lab
THE PLANT BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
PLANT BIOLOGY INTENSIVE LAB
RESEARCH SITES
The table below is intended to be a short summary of the major documents for each of the wetland sites that have had some attention by the class. It is easy to get confused as to what was done or seen in a particular site or in which site a particular activity was done. This table tries to reduce this confusion. The entry page for each site contains the source information which may be more extensive than the copy of which is included here, so please consult that entry page for a potentially more complete list.

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2.01 S01 Site 02/17/2008
2.11    Aerial Photo of S01 and Herrick Outflow; MapQuest: Drew Kaiser 02/17/2008
2.21    Campus Plan for the Area including S01 and Herrick Outflow Sites: Drew Kaiser 02/17/2008



3.01 Herrick Outflow Site 02/17/2008
2.11    Aerial Photo of S01 and Herrick Outflow; MapQuest: Drew Kaiser 02/17/2008
2.21    Campus Plan for the Area including S01 and Herrick Outflow Sites: Drew Kaiser 02/17/2008
3.31    Images of Herrick Outflow: Hugh Cheek, Emily Amoni 02/17/2008



4.01 SBG Annex Beaver Pond Site 07/23/2008
4.11    Directions to and Map of the SBG Annex 04/20/2008
4.21    23 April 2008: First Canoes on the Pond 04/25/2008



5.01 SBG Beaver Pond Site 02/17/2008
5.11    Map and Images from First Survey 02/17/2008
5.41    Plant List 02/17/2008



6.01 Olympic Drive Beaver Pond Site 09/03/2008
6.11    Map  
6.21    21 June 2008: First Visit  



7.01 Long Creek Beaver Pond Site 01/03/2009
7.11    Map  
7.21    03 October 2008: First Visit  



8.01 Fraction Bottoms Forested Wetland Site  
8.11    Map  
8.21    19 September 2009: First Visit  



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GLENN GALAU, THE DEPARTMENT OF PLANT BIOLOGY, MILLER PLANT SCIENCES BUILDING, THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, ATHENS GA  30602-7271
PHONE 706 542 1859    FAX 706 542 1805
MODIFIED ON 13 FEBRUARY 2010. WEB DESIGN BY GLENN GALAU

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