Six UW-Green Bay students will report on research conducted at University-managed natural areas at the 26th annual Cofrin Student Symposium from 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 3, in the Christie Theatre. The students and their projects:
• Amber Konrad, Sturgeon Bay, GIS map of the distribution of ant mounds and impact on soil and ecology;
• Linda Vang, Green Bay, relationship of harvestmen and wildflower seeds;
• Lindsay Hansen of Kiel, migratory bird use of Kingfisher Farm’s Lake Michigan shoreline;
• Cassondra Kollatz, Burlington, zooplankton, water levels and invasive burns along Green Bay shoreline;
• Jacqueline Corrigan and Tessa Moeller, Seymour, impact of the harsh winter of 2013-2014 on survival rate and distribution of snakes in the Arboretum.