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Take a Walk on the Wilder Side this fall

For the second consecutive year, New College Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies Dr. Meg Lowman, in association with Sarasota County Natural Resources, will conduct a series of nature walks. Lowman, along with her students of Conservation Biology at New College, will demonstrate how scientists measure the

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SCOPE – Canopy Walk [VIDEO]

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Upstairs & Downstairs: The Effects of Canopy Herbivory on Soil Microarthropods in a Tropical Rainforest

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Bromeliad Monitoring for 2003-2004

Pine View Weevil Watchers: Class of 2003-2004
The Pine View Weevil Watchers continue a scientific field study at Myakka River State Park that began in January 2001.
Data Sheets:

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Herbivory in Forests: Use of Long Term Data Sets to Quantify Ecosystem Processes

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Canopy Nature Walk at the Myakka River State Park [VIDEO]

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Myakka Canopy Walkway construction [VIDEO]

Video of the Myakka Canopy Walkway constructionPhotos of the construction are here.

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Bromeliad Monitoring for 2002-2003

Pine View Weevil Watchers: Class of 2002-2003
The Pine View Weevil Watchers continue a scientific field study at Myakka River State Park that began in January 2001.
Data Sheets:

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Bromeliad Monitoring for 2001-2002

Pine View Weevil Watchers: Class of 2001-2002
Data Sheets:

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Construction of the Tree Canopy Walkway at Myakka River State Park in Sarasota, Florida

Construction on the Myakka Canopy Walkway began on February 7th, 2000 at the Myakka River State Park in Sarasota, Florida. The structure was completed and dedicated in June 2000. Donations and grants from the Venice Foundation, Bank of America, The Selby Foundation, The Julius Brandenburg Foundation and

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