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Field Botany class with Prof. Bertin at the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, Fall 2013

Field Botany class with Prof. Bertin on the sand dunes, Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, Fall 2013

Field Botany class with Prof. Sobczak and Prof. Bertin on the Jewell Trail, White Mtns. NH, Fall 2013

Field Botany class with Prof. Sobczak on the summit of Mt. Clay in the White Mtns., NH  Fall 2013

Photo credit: Jeff Lewandowski '12Professor Mitchell and her Fall 2009 Geology class standing atop Mt. Holyoke, in Hadley, MA.

Professor Sobczak and Dr. Valentin standing with the statue of Henry David Thoreau at Walden Pond State Reservation, Fall 2011.

 

A typical day of field lectures for students participating in the School for Field Studies Mexico program, Spring 2011.
Photo credit: Jamie Lacasse '12 

Jeff Lewandowski '12 placing leaf packs into the Blackstone River near campus for a research project for Freshwater Ecology, Fall 2011.
Photo credit: Pete Zaidel '12

From left to right: Christina Imrich '07, Lindsey Konkel '07, Paul McManus '81, and Pat Austin '77 speaking at the Careers in Environmental Services Panel on February 27, 2012.
Photo credit: Pete Zaidel '12 

Students in the SFS Mexico program hiking on Margarita Island, Magdalena Bay, Baja California Sur, Mexico, Spring 2011.
Photo credit: Jamie LaCasse '12 

Chelsea Parise - Research Symposium, Spring 2011

Peter Frongillo '12 performing research for Professor Mitchell's Geomorphology class, Spring 2010.
Photo credit: Jonathan Jones '11

Geology students hiking up Mt. Holyoke as a part of the CT River Valley Field Trip, Fall 2010.
Photo credit: Pete Zaidel '12

Patrick Lowe '12 inspecting his net while doing research for Freshwater Ecology, Fall 2011.
Photo credit: Peter Frongillo '12

Students from Professor Wolfe-Bellin's Fall 2011 General Ecology class hiking Mt. Eisenhower in the White Mountains.
Photo credit: Professor Kelly Wolfe-Bellin.

General Ecology class with Prof. Bertin atop Mt. Eisenhower in the White Mtns., Fall 2010 (with Mt. Washington in the background)

Students in Professor Mitchell's Hydrology lab use sand tanks to calculate the rate of groundwater flow.
Photo credit: Pete Zaidel '12 

Henry David Thoreau doing some light reading from "Religion and the New Ecology" during a visit from Professor Sobczak and Dr. Valentin, Fall 2011.

Geology students studying the rock composition and structure of Mt. Holyoke as a part of the CT River Valley Field Trip, Fall 2010.
Photo credit: Sarah Jones '11

A close up shot of a sea turtle during a tag-and-release off of Magdalena Island, Magdalena Bay, Baja California Sur, Mexico, Spring 2011.
Photo credit: Jamie LaCasse '12 

Professor Mitchell lecturing her Geology class along the banks of the Connecticut River, Fall 2006.
Photo credit: Professor Bellin 

Examples of leaf packs used in Freshwater Ecology research projects. These two belonged to Craig Connolly '13 and Ryan Judy '13, Fall 2011.
Photo credit: Pete Zaidel '12

Bruce Dew '11 enjoying lunch atop Mt. Holyoke during the CT River Valley Field Trip, Fall 2010.
Photo credit: Kelly Dyer '14

Students in the SFS Mexico program swimming with sea lions in Loreto National Park, Baja California Sur, Mexico, Spring 2011.
Photo credit: Jamie LaCasse '12 

Peter Frongillo '12 kick seining for his Freshwater Ecology research project, Fall 2011.
Photo credit: Patrick Lowe '12

Student measuring the infiltration rate of a grassy field.

Geology students studying the strike and dip of the rocks along the Connecticut River, Fall 2006.
Photo credit: Professor Bellin 

Students from Professor Wolfe-Bellin's Fall 2011 General Ecology class standing at the summit of Mt. Eisenhower in the White Mountains.

A baby octopus found in a rhodolith while snorkeling in Magdalena Bay, Baja California Sur, Mexico, Spring 2011.
Photo credit: Jamie LaCasse '12 

The Quinapoxet River in West Boylston, MA is a popular spot for students of Freshwater Ecology to perform research due to the excellent water quality and diversity of macroinvertebrate species found here.
Photo credit: Pete Zaidel '12