Document Format

Reports

Publication Date

5-20-2017

Language

English

Keywords

Tourism, Environment & Sustainable Development Cluster

Abstract

Analyze data from a snow-level-radar unit on campus to determine the meteorological patterns most associated with pulses of fall and spring bird migration, and quantify the migration (relative abundance of birds migrating throughout each season). Outcomes: Fall 2016 the four-student research team completed the first round of analyses and two peer-reviewed posters were presented 1) in Seattle at the student meeting of the American Meteorological Society, and 2) at the Wilson Ornithological Society meeting in Ft. Myers, FL in March 2017.

 
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