Noll Steinweg

Noll Steinweg

Jan 30, 2015

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    About This Project

    Vernal Pools are temporary wetlands that fill annually and support a unique set of species. The goal of our study in Massachusetts is to better understand how water level in vernal pools fluctuates throughout the year. Studies like ours are critical to protecting species that rely on vernal pools.

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