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field sites

Alabama is home to some of the most biologically rich waterbodies in the U.S. that include reservoirs, ponds, rivers, streams, estuaries, and wetlands.  Alabama ranks #1 in navigable stream miles while roughly 10% of U.S. freshwater resources flow through the State.  REU participants will have access to a huge assortment of potential field sites for their independent projects.

     Ponds
Auburn University research ponds Auburn University research ponds - Shell Fisheries Center
AU ponds AU ponds - North Station
     Rivers

Saugahatchee River

Tallapoosa River

Saugahatchee Creek Tallapoosa River
     Streams
AU students sampling local stream AU student stream sampling
Chewacla Creek Saugahatchee Creek
     Reservoirs
Martin Reservoir - from Dam Logan Martin Reservoir
Martin Reservoir Logan Martin Reservoir
 
     Estuaries
Dauphin Island marsh Dauphin Island marsh
Dauphin Island marsh Dauphin Island marsh
     Wetlands
AU students sampling local wetland Crow Creek mitigation bank - Federal Highway Administration
Auburn wetland Crow Creek (FHA)
 

mentor spotlight

Latif Kalin

Dr. Latif Kalin