This course focuses on the natural history of Wisconsin plant species including identification, classification, and ecology.
|Dr. Evan Weiheremail@example.com|
Thursday 8-5 pm note: overnight field trips are required
Friday 8-5 pm
Pictures from previous years
Newcomb, L. 1997. Newcomb's Wildflower Guide. Little, Brown & Co., Boston.
Barnes, B.V. and W.H. Wagner. 1981. Michigan Trees. Univ. of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor.
summer 2005 schedule -- tentative
|SNA = state natural area|
|Thurs. June 14||keying,
Putnam Park (SNA 134) mesic Basswood forest, etc.
Schmidt Maple Forest (old growth mesic forest)
Tower dry-mesic Oak Forest
|Fri. June 15|| Dunnville Bottoms - oak forest, sedge meadow, dry prairie, wet-mesic prairie
Tiffany - wet forest, wet-mesic forest, sedge meadow, emergent wetland, wet-mesic prairie and savanna
|Thurs. June 21 - Fri. June 22||Field
Trip: Northern Wisconsin|
Flambeau River State Forest
|Thurs. June 28 - Fri. June 29||Field Trip: Southern Wisconsin
Muir Park (SNA 96), Spring Green Preserve (SNA 102), Avoca prairie (SNA 68), Blue River Sand Barrens (SNA 69), Wyalusing (SNA #) overnight
|Mon. July 2||Day
Trip: Caryville Savanna or
Crex meadows, Dalles of the St. Croix River
|Tues. July 3||a.m. Putnam Park, recitation; p.m. final exam & debriefing|
http://www.wisc.edu/botit/img/bot/veg/ - Dr. Virginia Kline's Images of Wisconsin Vegetation