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    • Drivers of hydroperiod in ephemeral and permanent wetlands 

      Hilger, Anna (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
      Wetlands serve as a habitat for many different plant and animal species that rely on various hydroperiods to survive. Understanding the influences on hydroperiod may help to compensate for any future loss or changes in ...
    • Environmental factors influencing wood frog (lythobates sylvaticus) tadpole size 

      Kilibarda, Shelby; Smith, Amanda (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2015-04)
      Body size variation among individuals and populations within a species is important to study due to the ecological implications, specifically life history population dynamics. Variation in growth among individuals has been ...
    • Plant species richness determinants in ephemeral ponds and permanent wetlands 

      Ritchie, Jack; Olson, Clayton (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2015-04)
      Ephemeral ponds (EPs) are wetlands that dry seasonally and are common in the forests of northern Wisconsin. We examined relationships between several environmental factors and plant species richness (number of species) ...
    • Seasonal trends in permanent and ephemeral wetland water chemistry 

      Gehant, Pamela A. (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Research Services, 2015-04)
      We investigated seasonal differences in pH, conductivity, and dissolved oxygen concentrations between permanent and ephemeral wetlands within the Chippewa Moraine State Recreation Area. These chemical attributes affect ...
    • Vegetation biodiversity response to excessive flooding in permanent and ephemeral wetlands 

      Genrich, Connor (University of Wisconsin--Stout. Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, 2017-04)
      Ephemeral wetlands vary greatly in water depth and animal diversity in a highly dynamic habitat. The vegetation response of these wetlands to flooding in comparison to their more permanent counterparts is poorly understood. ...