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Advanced Biome Investigations

High school and college groups may use the Arboretum’s natural resources for real-world application of lessons and techniques learned and practiced in the classroom. In these teacher-led field experiences, students may: Conduct and analyze an ecological survey, Study an Arboretum habitat, Sample populations of aquatic invertebrates, water quality, and plant communities, Observe and document species interactions, Collect, organize, interpret, calculate, and communicate data

Organization(s): Adkins Arboretum
Location: 12610 Eveland Road Ridgely, MD (Map It)
Theme(s): Restoration
Level(s): High School
Program Length(s): Day Trips
Keywords: experiments and investigations, water testing
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