The River Mile Extension Workshop, July 16-20, 2012

Grand Coulee, Crescent Bay & Crescent Bay Lake
workshop activities | crayfish | misc images | links


CAM Academy 7th Grade Science: East Fork Lewis River/The River Mile Project


workshop activities

stream tables

stream tables

Spring Canyon

Spring Canyon

Crescent Bay Lake

Crescent Bay Lake

Crescent Bay Lake

 

 

Crescent Bay Lake

Crescent Bay Lake

Crescent Bay Lake



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crayfish (see Crescent Bay Animals page for links about PNW crayfish)

bowl of non-native crayfish

Say, "Hello!" to my little friend.

Steve holding crayfish

measuring crayfish

weighing crayfish

male crayfish

female crayfish

 


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misc

rainbow over Grand Coulee

Crescent Bay, Lake Roosevelt

Crescent Bay, Lake Roosevelt

 

Crescent Bay Lake from north end

 

 

 

beach at Spring Canyon

rock (granite) at Crescent Bay

rock (gneiss) at Crescent Bay

 


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Links:

The River Mile website - Education program originating at Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area and promoting student inquiry in the health of the Columbia River watershed.
Pacific Education Institute - Promotes student learning by appling "math, science, the arts, and social studies skills to field investigations both out-of-doors and in their classrooms." Their outstanding guides help expand student opportunities to learn in real-world settings.
NatureMapping - Washington NatureMapping Program homepage
ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc) - Provides GIS softward & resources, including free applications that let you explore and share GIS information.

Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area website
Lake Roosevelt Visitor Guide
(May - June 2012) - Information on the Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area
Animals and Plants of Eastern Washington (www.bentler.us) - website of Fred Bentler


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Note: The images above were taken with either a Olympus SZ-10. They were then cropped and enhanced (lighting & contrast) in Adobe Photoshop Elements.


Created by Michael R. Clapp (2012). All rights reserved.
For more information, contact: mclapp@nwnature.net

updated: 7/23/12