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https://www.google.com/maps/place/15+Brookville+Dr,+Cherry+Hill,+NJ+08003/@39.9141284,-74.9614955,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m13!1m7!3m6!1s0x89c134b6b1771431:0xf0c06c7f1586d51!2s12+Hilltop+Dr,+Cherry+Hill,+NJ+08003!3b1!8m2!3d39.907852!4d-74.9608669!3m4!1s0x89c134c853096eb9:0x5413b0b3d06b69d2!8m2!3d39.9141284!4d-74.9593068 Over spring break I visited a new phenological location in my hometown, Cherry Hill, New Jersey. This location is about a half a mile away from my house so my mom, brother and I took advantage of a nice day and took a walk to the park. This area has a playground, exercise equipment, […]

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The erratic weather patterns in Burlington have made some significant changes to the landscape of Centennial Woods. The freezing and thawing patterns have led to a swelling of the bodies of water in the Cenntenial¬†Woods area. As the snow begins to melt each day as the temperature rises, water trickles down from the areas of […]

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Centennial Woods is an interesting area with a lot of different ecological features. Humans, by nature, like to classify features in order to create organizational¬†systems. ¬†In terms of ecology, people have created systems of classifying biological features into different classifications of natural communities. Unfortunately, sometimes there isn’t just one natural community classification that an area […]

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