Ream, golf course partner in frog study
Josh Ream, a graduate student at UAF, researches amphibians near Shakes Hot Springs on June 11. Reams will be in Wrangell later this month to conduct research on frogs native to Alaska.
A graduate student from the University of Alaska at Fairbanks is undertaking a study of Wrangell’s amphibians at Muskeg Meadows golf course – and is asking for the public’s help in his research.
According to Joshua Ream, a doctoral candidate...
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