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Wood Frog Embryos in an Icy Wetland
Wood Frog Embryos in an Icy Wetland
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Title: Wood Frog Embryos in an Icy Wetland


Wood frog embryos in a partly ice-covered Wisconsin wetland. Interconnected wetlands and uplands are critical elements of most North American landscapes and support our quality of life in profound ways. To provide much-needed information, the USGS is leading a growing network of U.S. and Canadian partners who are using satellite and ground-based sensors to monitor key variables at research sites in North America. The network is called the Terrestrial Wetland Global Change Research Network.

Location: WI, USA

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Photographer: Mark Roth
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Photographer Organization: U.S. Geological Survey

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Type: JPEG image - 876.22 KB
Dimensions: 1155 x 1082
Resolution: 72 dpi

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