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The University of Manitoba Field Station Delta Marsh 1973 Annual Report Number 8
(University of Manitoba, 1973)
Introduction The University Field Station has taken on a dual role by maintaining both an active research program and providing educational services to University students, high schools and the general public. If ...
The University of Manitoba Field Station Delta Marsh 1982 Annual Report Number 17
(University of Manitoba, 1982)
The University Field .Station continues to be an active focus for research and teaching. It serves the needs of field courses, workshops, seminars and short courses and increasing use by researchers. These varied ...
The University of Manitoba Field Station Delta Marsh 1971 Annual Report Number 6
(University of Manitoba (DELTA MARSH), 1971)
This year saw a wide range of research and teaching at the Station and consequently heavy demands on the facilities. Eight projects were undertaken, four continued froin the previous year and four new studies were ...
Delta Marsh Field Station Annual Report Number 7,1972
(University of Manitoba, 1972)
During the past year the University Field Station was used actively for research and teaching. To meet increased demands in both these areas, facilities were improved for greater accommodation. Mr. Barry Wallis joined ...
University of Manitoba Field Station. Delta Marsh. Annual Report. Number Four. 1969
(University of Manitoba, 1969)
The University Field Station had another successful season and fifteen research projects were undertaken during the summer. They included:--popu1ation and productivity studies in algae and emergent ...
The University of Manitoba Field Station Delta Marsh 1975 Annual Report Number 10
(University of Manitoba, 1975)
Introduction Over the years there has been a steady increase in use of the Station. In 1969, for example, we reported 265 resident weeks of occupation; in 1975 this had risen to 555 with a daily average of 15 from April ...