Gordon McNickle

Gordon McNickle

Jan 08, 2019

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    About This Project

    Ecological systems move on long timescales which require long-term study. Forest dynamics at the Ross Biological Reserve have been measured continuously every decade since 1949. In 2019, we are due for the 80 year study, but do not have the required funding to complete this. With the funds to support a crew of six we plan to complete the 2019 census from April to September. We plan to take our collected data and all previous data and digitize it making the data publicly available online.

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