This project was at times very challenging but also very rewarding. It pushed me to think beyond just reading and analysing others’ research and design but how to implement my…..
I have had difficulty deciding the best approach to depict my data. I have three main data sets: the south slope, north slope, and wind measurements. I chose a bar…..
Post 7: Theoretical Perspectives The purpose of my experiment is to explore the differences in shrub growth as a result of regular wind disturbance due to the differences in the…..
I have created a spreadsheet with all of my randomly generated data points for both the wind measurements and samples and I have refined my technique for sampling through my…..
Some of the difficulties faced were not preventable such as the week I had hoped to go and collect data it was very windy and below -35C so I was…..
The three types of sampling used in this activity were systematic, random, and haphazard all by distance. The systematic sampling technique of sampling along the gradient had the quickest sampling…..
Blog Post 3: Ongoing Field Observations the one consistent aspect I can observe due to the current season in the prairies is the abiotic factors of the study area. There…..
Article chosen: Sorensena PO, Finzia AC, Giassona MA, Reinmanna AB, Sanders-DeMotta R, Templera PH. 2018. Winter soil freeze-thaw cycles lead to reductions in soil microbial biomass and activity not compensated…..
Blog Post 1: Observations Study Area: The area chosen is in rural Saskatchewan along the Qu’Appelle River Valley outside of the town of Craven. In Figure 1, the study area…..
After conducting my study and writing the report, I realized that there were a lot of other factors that influenced my results. A couple of these factors were amount of…..