Introduction to ecosystems
Introduction to ecosystems

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Introduction to ecosystems

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  • Why does Wicken Fen have to be managed?
  • What were the key features of the experiment that was set up at Wicken Fen in the 1920s?
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DiscussionLast postsorted recent firstPostsStarted by
Managing habitats in Wicken Fen17/06/19, 13:00
Norah McLean-Gonzalez
3Picture of Morag EdwardMorag Edward
What were the key features of the experiment that was set up at Wicken Fen in the 1920s?25/08/18, 17:36
Susi Arnott
3Picture of Hazael RavagoHazael Ravago
Week 1 quiz25/08/18, 17:29
Susi Arnott
5Picture of Deborah ClarkDeborah Clark
managing Wicken Fen3/03/17, 16:15
Alexander Mabey
1Picture of Alexander MabeyAlexander Mabey
Week one thoughts30/09/16, 21:35
Angela Harding
1Picture of Angela HardingAngela Harding
The environment.23/10/15, 18:15
Emily Thorp
9Picture of Sally-Jane-Sarah CharnockSally-Jane-Sarah Charnock
Management29/08/15, 04:26
Hazael Ravago
1Picture of Hazael RavagoHazael Ravago
Wicken Fen24/08/15, 08:35
Jon Gadsden
2Picture of Bernadette ElgeyBernadette Elgey
Wiken Fen Management24/08/15, 08:34
Jon Gadsden
3Picture of Nicole HoareNicole Hoare
Thoughts on Week One24/08/15, 08:31
Jon Gadsden
6Picture of Ali D'MarcoAli D'Marco
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