ESRM 472 WETLAND ECOLOGY

skagit  marsh

Carex lyngbyei brackish marsh, Skagit Bay (Kern Ewing)

Text: Mitsch, W.J. and Gosselink, J.G. 2007. Wetlands, 4th Ed. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York

Textbook Sources


This course has field trips to wetlands. We will be walking in water and mud. Rubber boots would be a great addition to your field gear if you do not already have a pair. Hip boots would be the best. There are some low-cost hip boot sources around town; try Big 5 Sporting Goods. ( This kind goes inside of your shoes.) Get the right size.


Autumn 2012 Syllabus (with lecture notes)

 

Catalyst Workspace

 

EXAM 1 Review

Discussion Board

 


Field Trips

Field Trip 1 Report Format

Coastal Field Trip .pdf

Tides

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Field Trip 2 Report Format

Freshwater Wetland Field Trip. pdf

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Field Trip 3 Report Format

Magnuson Park Wetlands Design Plan

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Kern Ewing, Professor
Center for Urban Horticulture, Box 354115, College of Forest Resources
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA, 98195
phone: (206) 543-4426
e-mail: kern@u.washington.edu

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