Swamp Stompers, a Field Course in Secondary School
Creators:Linn, George F., Jr.
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Citation:The Ohio Journal of Science. v65 n6 (November, 1965), 363-364
Swamp Stomping is an interdisciplinary (biology, geology and ecology) field course for high school students. The emphasis on field work is two-prongedfor future natural scientists to begin procedures inherent in field work and, secondly, to develop in all Swamp Stompers an appreciation of and concern for their natural resources so that as an electorate they will be better informed on the wise utilization of Ohio's natural resources.
Author Institution: Department of Education, Huron County, Norwalk, Ohio
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