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On my final visit to Centennial Woods, I got a bit sentimental as I reflected on this school year. Our first assignment for Natural Resources in the fall was to go and observe the tree species in the area. It has been such a great experience to visit this place so frequently over the course of this year. It […]

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These pools that, though in forests, still reflect The total sky almost without defect, And like the flowers beside them, chill and shiver, Will like the flowers beside them soon be gone, And yet not out by any brook or river, But up by roots to bring dark foliage on. The trees that have it […]

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The Spring Melt

This is a video by an NR 206 student from a few years ago of the spring melt in Vermont. I did not get any pictures or videos to really show the spring melt but I think this video shows some really interesting perspectives of the spring melt in Centennial Woods.

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Has Spring Sprung?

I have lived in Cherry Hill, New Jersey for all of my life. The springtime is symbolized by budding flowers, green leaves, and my annoying allergies in New Jersey. While my parents spent this spring day in the 75-degree weather at the Jersey shore, the snow in Vermont made me question my decision to spend the greater half […]

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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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With the new semester starting, I have decided to look at a new phenological location in Burlington. I really enjoyed observing the changes in the Redstone Woods but the area did not have as much wildlife and plant diversity as I would like to see. I have chosen to revisit a Centennial Woods, a place that […]

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