2005 Girls in Science - The Marsh is Alive & Breathing (Dr. Roger J. Haro, Instructor)

   

A wetland system is jampacked with crazy looking insects that are just trying to survive—just like you and me! We will take a trip to the La Crosse marsh to investigate what kinds of weird aquatic bugs abound there, and we’ll take a few chemical measurements to explain how and why the marsh “breathes.”

Pictures of the 2005 "Marsh Girls" are shown in the slide show associated with this page. Use the numbers below to navigate throught the sequence. We had a great time in the marsh! Thanks also to our teaching assistants Katie Krueger and Lisa McTavish!




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