• Posts tagged with Vernal Pools

    Poison in the Pools: Mercury in Vernal Pool Amphibians

    Poison in the Pools: Mercury in Vernal Pool Amphibians

    VCE has a long history of investigating mercury concentrations in wildlife—particularly in montane ecosystems and Caribbean birds. Now, our groundbreaking investigation of mercury levels in vernal pool foodwebs has been published in the journal Ecotoxicology. Read on to find out more!

    Vernal Pools Through the Year

    Vernal Pools Through the Year

    Picture a vernal pool in your mind’s eye and you’re instantly swept away to springtime. But here at VCE, our vernal pool research spans all seasons. Alex Wells, our VPMon Coordinator, provides this latest update on off-season vernal pool monitoring activities.

    VCE Awarded 2018 TechGrant

    VCE Awarded 2018 TechGrant

    VCE’s scientists continually seek to incorporate emerging technologies to enhance their data gathering and analysis capabilities, and thanks to a generous 2018 TechGrant award from the TechFoundation, VCE’s Vernal Pool Monitoring Project will benefit from such a technological boost.

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    Vernal Volunteers Wanted

    The Vermont Vernal Pool Mapping Project needs volunteers to field-verify potential vernal pools.  Visit our interactive online map to see all…

    Results from the Vermont Atlas of Life

    Results from the Vermont Atlas of Life

    Never before has Vermont known more about the diversity of life within its borders. Yet never before have we needed…

    Vermont Vernal Pool Mapping Project: Results from the First Four Years

    Vermont Vernal Pool Mapping Project: Results from the First Four Years

    The Vermont Vernal Pool Mapping Project (VPMP) is an ongoing effort to map the location and distribution of vernal pools…

    VCE Presents 2013 Julie Nicholson Citizen Scientist Award

    VCE Presents 2013 Julie Nicholson Citizen Scientist Award

    Dave Hoag, a life-long resident of Grand Isle, is a man of few words but myriad natural history accomplishments. He’d rather talk about winged creatures than himself any day.