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Check here often for announcements. 
Site last updated 28 November 2016, around 5:45pm

The lists should be linked!

Lovely day in the bog!  And the sound of the wind in
the longleaf - so peaceful.  Even I have to admit, it took me some
years to find pocosins so very cool.  Thanks for the picture, L.!

A. - I hope your leg is OK - maybe you should put that brace back on.

Don't forget we cancelled the reverse lectures for the rest of the semester!!!


My best student from last spring, Sam McCauley, is a tutor in the
Center for Student Learning at the Addlestone.  He's most eager to help you!!!
I'm not sure of his complete schedule (check at the CSL), but he is in the Center
on Mondays from 6:00pm - 9:00pm, conveniently after lab!


 
I am always in the process of revising this site.
Please let me know if you find broken links.

Thanks!
 

Jean Everett, Ph.D.
everettj@cofc.edu
home page

Fall 2016 Syllabus - Revised post-hurricane
Handouts
Reverse Lecture Worksheets
Expected Species by Ecosystem
Species Lists
Species Lists with Image Links
Terms Lists
The County List Project (on hiatus)
Native Plant ID Website Project (on hiatus)

Study Tips (soon)

Terms Lists with Image Links (soon)
Families with Image Links (soon)
Extra Credit Opportunities

Links to Other Cool Sites, including Current Time and Weather

Interested in Field Research with Dr. Everett???

DANGER....be on the lookout for cogongrass....DANGER



Please Note: to open most of the documents on this page you must have Microsoft Office (Word and Excel),
and I am converting all documents to Office 2010.
If you don't have Office, try downloading free software from OpenOffice

Let me know if you have any problems; I can give you a paper or e-copy.

All documents and images copyright of Jean Everett.


This site is under constant revision, please be patient.
Please email me with any suggestions, thanks!

Extra Credit Opportunities - scroll down for more
Type a brief summary of the event, including how the event helped you.  All extra credit is due on the last day of classes, and must be typed.


You are NEVER too experienced to experience new ways to learn!
Attend any of these seminars and turn in a brief, typed summary for extra credit!

There are even new workshops designed for upper division students!!!



More Extra Credit Opportunities:
Keep checking back.....I'll add in events as I learn about them.


Standing offers:

Biology Department Seminars, most Monday's at noon, but I don't know where yet!  We are all still getting settled.

Darwin Week - any event, spring semester only - look for flyers and the website

Any volunteer service to help the community.  Type up notes about your experience and how it might relate to biology.  Everything does :)
    email volunteer@cofc.edu


In 2009 I read an astonishing commentary on world poverty and hunger.  I want you to know what is really
going on with 44% of the world's population.  Yes, I said 44%.  Click on this pdf file, and put the word "generational" in
search line.  Or else, scroll to page 21.  Read every word of this commentary and give me some non-trivial feedback.
What can you do?  What WILL you do?
    Reprinted with much appreciated permission from the CSA News magazine, April 2009. Copyright ASA-CSSA-SSSA



Handouts - these require Microsoft Word to open
Identification Characteristics
Taxonomic Hierarchy and Plant Divisions
Nomenclature
Floral Formulas
Ecological Factors Affecting Species Distributions
Lowcountry Ecosystems
Geomorphology
Overview of Grasses, Sedges and Rushes

Paper Evaluation Guidelines
A Good Paper

Reverse Lecture Worksheets - these require Microsoft Word to open
Reverse Lecture 1 - Caryophyllaceae
Reverse Lecture 2 - Hypericaceae
Reverse Lecture 3 - Fagaceae, Betulaceae, Juglandaceae
Reverse Lecture 4 - Ulmaceae, Cucurbitaceae
Reverse Lecture 5 - Onagraceae, Brassicaceae, Malvaceae
Reverse Lecture 6 - Solanaceae
Reverse Lecture 7 - Scrophulariaceae
Reverse Lecture 8 - Apiaceae
Reverse Lecture 9 - Liliaceae, Iridaceae
Reverse Lecture 10 - Arecaceae, Araceae, Lemnaceae
Reverse Lecture 11 - Cyperaceae, Juncaceae

Expected Species by Ecosystem - the ecosystem order roughly follows Porcher and Rayner - still working on this section...... - these require Microsoft Word to open
Longleaf Pine Ecosystems
Calcareous (Beech) Forests
Bottomland and Swamp Forests
Pocosins
Ponds
Freshwater Marshes
Maritime Ecosystems from the Beach to the Maritime Forest
Maritime Ecosystems from the Maritime Forest to the Salt Marsh, including Shell Mounds


Species Lists - these require Microsoft Excel to open

Field Trip #1 -
Longleaf Pine Ecosystems in the Francis Marion National Forest
Field Trip #2 -
Longleaf Pine Ecosystems, including Ponds, in the Francis Marion National Forest
Field Trip #3 - Transitional and Bottomland Hardwoods and Fresh and Brackish Marsh at Caw Caw Interpretive Center
Field Trip #4 - Swamp Forest Ecosystems at Dungannon Heritage Preserve
Field Trip #5 - Transitional, Mainland Maritime and Salt Marsh Ecosystems at the Sewee Shell Mounds in the Francis Marion National Forest
Field Trip #6 - Southern Mixed Hardwood Ecosystems near Huger in the Francis Marion National Forest
Field Trip #7 - Maritime Systems on Seabrook Island
Field Trip #8 -
Pocosin Ecosystems, and review, in the Francis Marion National Forest 

Cumulative Species List

Species Lists with Image Links

Field Trip #1 - Longleaf Pine Ecosystems in the Francis Marion National Forest
Field Trip #2 - 
Longleaf Pine Ecosystems, including Ponds, in the Francis Marion National Forest
Field Trip #3 - Transitional and Bottomland Hardwoods and Fresh and Brackish Marsh at Caw Caw Interpretive Center
Field Trip #4 - Swamp Forest Ecosystems at Dungannon Heritage Preserve
Field Trip #5 - Transitional, Mainland Maritime and Salt Marsh Ecosystems at the Sewee Shell Mounds in the Francis Marion National Forest
Field Trip #6 - Southern Mixed Hardwood Ecosystems near Huger in the Francis Marion National Forest
Field Trip #7 -
Maritime Systems on Seabrook Island
Field Trip #8 -
Pocosin Ecosystems, and review, in the Francis Marion National Forest 

Cumulative Species List

Species Lists from Spring 2015 - these should help you prepare for field trips - these require Microsoft Excel to open

Field Trip #1 -
Maritime Systems on Seabrook Island
Field Trip #2 -
Transitional, Mainland Maritime and Salt Marsh Ecosystems at the Sewee Shell Mounds in the Francis Marion National Forest  
Field Trip #3 - Longleaf Pine and Pocosin Ecosystems in the Francis Marion National Forest 
Field Trip #4 - Transitional and Bottomland Hardwoods and Fresh and Brackish Marsh at Caw Caw Interpretive Center 
Field Trip #5 - Beech Ecosystems near Huger in the Francis Marion National Forest
Field Trip #6 - Longleaf Pine Ecosystems, including Ponds, in the Francis Marion National Forest
Field Trip #7 - Bottomland and Swamp Forest at I'on in the Francis Marion National Forest
Field Trip #8 -
Review - Ecosystems in the Francis Marion National Forest - see the cumulative list

Cumulative Species List

Species Lists with Image Links from Spring 2015 - ditto

Field Trip #1 - Maritime Systems on Seabrook Island
Field Trip #2 -
Transitional, Mainland Maritime and Salt Marsh Ecosystems at the Sewee Shell Mounds in the Francis Marion National Forest  
Field Trip #3 - Longleaf Pine and Pocosin Ecosystems in the Francis Marion National Forest 
Field Trip #4 - Transitional and Bottomland Hardwoods and Fresh and Brackish Marsh at Caw Caw Interpretive Center 
Field Trip #5 - Beech Ecosystems near Huger in the Francis Marion National Forest
Field Trip #6 - Longleaf Pine Ecosystems, including Ponds, in the Francis Marion National Forest
Field Trip #7 - Bottomland and Swamp Forest at I'on in the Francis Marion National Forest
Field Trip #8 -
Review - Ecosystems in the Francis Marion National Forest - see the cumulative list

Cumulative Species List with Image Links

Terms Lists - these require Microsoft Word to open
Terms for Exam 1
Terms for Exam 2
Terms for Exam 3
Cumulative Terms List

here is a nice on-line glossary


....on hiatus....The County List Project - these require Microsoft Word or Excel to open
Project Guidelines
Standard Data Form
Sample Project
Current Assignments

....on hiatus.....Native Plant ID Website - these require Microsoft Word or Excel to open
Project Description - the website design process (Spring 2007)
Project Description - the plant profile and glossary entry design process (Fall 2007)
Project Description - research projects (Spring 2008)
Websites evaluated during the design process
Species Research Template - with instructions, clean
Species Assignments - Spring 2008

Terms Lists with Image Links
coming soon....for now use Google images or the link from your text

Terms for Exam 1
Terms for Exam 2
Terms for Exam 3
Cumulative Terms List

Families with Image Links
coming soon.....for now use Google images or the link from your text