☼ Eco-2010 ☼. By: Denise and Char-Char[:. Denise and Char-char (funny accent) Rattlesnake Mountain. (: RATTLESNAKE MOUNTAIN pH- mud puddle closer to the entrance of the summit-4 Mud puddle closer to the edge- 4.5 Temperature-mud puddle closer to the summit-80
By: Denise and Char-Char[:
pH- mud puddle closer to the entrance of the summit-4
Mud puddle closer to the edge- 4.5
Temperature-mud puddle closer to the summit-80
Mud puddle closer to the edge-. 80 degrees F.
Abiotic and biotic.
Sugar maple, beach, white pine, yellow birch, hemlock, stripe maple
♥Rattlesnake Mountain is located in Rumney NH. On Monday, July 12, we ascended in this great expedition to the summit of this great mountain. While we were there, we noted many things about the ecology of this mountain habitat. On this adventure we saw lots of birds, trees, bugs, squirrels, rocks, and many various plants. As we reached the top, we found out that there was a forest fire which took out many of the trees that had been living there. Lastly, we found a mud puddle and took the temperature and pH.♥
♥Monday, July 12, we went to Baker River located in Plymouth NH. As we were there we did a number of things including; take pH, temperature ect. The pH was about 4.5 and the temperature was 78 degrees.
On Tuesday, July 13, we went to Walter Newton. This miraculous place is a waterfall and a wetland. 5 was the pH of the stream and 64 was the temperature. After we did that we went down to the pond, the pH was 5 and 78 was the temperature. At the pond we also saw many abiotic and biotic organisms. For abiotic there was, sand, water, rocks ect. And for biotic there was, fish, frogs, bugs, birds ect.
Today we went to Pemigewassett River, unfortunately there was poison ivy. While we were there we took the seine net and tried catching fish, snapping turtles and other organisms living in the river. Then when we were swimming we found freshwater clams. Lastly, we were leaving and decided to cross the river, when we were walking the beach we saw a snake, this took us on a journey through the river and woods on the other side. Finally, we reached the main street and were able to head back up to the college.
Red spotted newt.
This very small amphibian lives in shallow waters, ponds, and swamps. There are 3 stages to their 20 year life, aquatic larvae, terrestrial efts (the young), and aquatic adult. This extremely small amphibian can lay as many as 200 to 400 eggs.
Today, we went to Main Street in Plymouth. Our objective was to find ecology on Main Street. We found an apple tree.