Wetland EcoStudy unit - Wetlands photos
I took these photos in Central Pennsylvania and Virginia. Students may use them for projects and presentations.
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1. Identify a photo that shows each type of wetland landscape. See Wetland Landscape key.
2. Select an image. Evaluate the environment shown. What kinds of plants & wildlife would benefit from it? It is good for people because....?
How might it be changed to improve its impact on the ecosystem?
3. Select an image. Which species of plants and animals would you anticipate finding there?
Ferns along stream
Frozen creek Snyder County, PA
Canada goose on water retention pond in new mall
Leaves in stream
Bivalve shells on beach of Susquehanna River Shamokin Dam
Opossum in tree on river bank
Water retention pond next to parking lot
Woodland stream with muddy bank
Rue and violets growing on stream bank
Migrating Tundra Swans on Susquehanna River
Edge of stream crossing meadow
Orange water gushes from mountain side Shamokin Creek, Northumberland County, PA
Orange water discharge from mountain in Central PA.
Culm, coal waste hill along PA. highway
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Rhododendron at lake edge
Flood plain along Penn Creek
Flood plain at Chatham Mansion looking across
the Rappahannock River at Fredericksburg, Virginia
Flood Plain with vegetation
Boats on beach at lake
Mallard ducks on pond shore
Riparian buffer along Susquehanna River
Plants growing along deep shade stream
Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, Washington D.C.
Green roof garden, Forest Resources Building, Pennsylvania State University
Rocky mountain stream
Acid mine drainage remediation project by Shamokin Creek Alliance of Northumberland County, PA
Coal mine plant Northumberland County, PA.
Culm, coal waste enormous hills along rural road.
You may also use photos in the Lentic or Lotic Ecosystem project.