• Alex Quinn

    Alex Quinn

    Class of 2016
    Grand Rapids, MN
    Biology

    Alex's Bio:
    Hi, I am a junior here at St. Scholastica studying Biology. I just returned from studying abroad in New Zealand. I have loved living in Duluth and attending St. Scholastica so far. After St. Scholastica I hope to go to graduate school for environmental science. When I’m not studying you can find me hanging out with my friends around campus, working at Storm’s, or anywhere outside. I try to go up the North Shore and hike around Lake Superior when I have free time.

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Start of a New Research Project

After working on our research for chipmunks for a while now this summer, I have the opportunity to start an individual research project that stems from it. I have decided to do vegetation sampling around the areas we found that the chipmunks live in. I have been working on identifying every plant species found in a 100m square area around the hole they live in. This gives us the ability to compare habitats and see if the chipmunks have a preference of the vegetation they live in. Here is a picture of some of the plants I am working on identifying and the books I use to do so.

Plant Identification

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