Photos from the Field

Conducting field research

A collection of photos taken while project members were engaged in field research projects.

A student flagging a post for sampling
A student flagging a post for sampling

Snowshoe hare fecal pellets are counted within circular plots along a transect to estimate population density. C. Warrett Rodrigues

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Dr. Jim Roth and a field course student scan for Canada goose nests on a frozen lake
Dr. Jim Roth and a field course student scan for Canada goose nests on a frozen lake

When a nest is found the number of eggs are counted, and these nests are revisited later in the summer to see how many of the eggs have hatched as a method of estimating nest success. C. Kucheravy

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Chloe setting a trap for foxes
Chloe setting a trap for foxes

A. Moizan

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A student flagging a post for sampling
A student flagging a post for sampling

Snowshoe hare fecal pellets are counted within circular plots along a transect to estimate population density. C. Warrett Rodrigues

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Candid moments from the field

A collection of photos taken during candid moments of our field research in the Greater Wapusk Ecosystem.

PhD student Chloe Warrett Rodrigues contemplating her existence while admiring a tundra tree island
PhD student Chloe Warrett Rodrigues contemplating her existence while admiring a tundra tree island

A. Moizan

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Project leader Prof. Jim Roth bundled up on the tundra
Project leader Prof. Jim Roth bundled up on the tundra

C. Warrett Rodrigues

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Project collaborator Dave Allcorn happy to be helping out the fox project team on a beautiful, clear winter day on the tundra. A. Moizan

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PhD student Chloe Warrett Rodrigues contemplating her existence while admiring a tundra tree island
PhD student Chloe Warrett Rodrigues contemplating her existence while admiring a tundra tree island

A. Moizan

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