Since 1930, the University of Michigan has maintained the Edwin S. George Reserve (ESGR) for the purposes of providing research and education opportunities in the natural sciences and preserving the native flora and fauna. The ESGR is a 525-hectare (ca. 1300 acre) fenced preserve located in Livingston County, Michigan (about 25 miles Northwest of Ann Arbor), which was presented to the University as a gift by Edwin S. George in 1930. The ESGR is characterized by a rugged moraine and basin topography supporting a rich fauna and flora (species lists). The ESGR is administered by the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Michigan.

THE MICHIGAN BIG WOODS RESEARCH PLOT AT THE EDWIN S. GEORGE RESERVE, PINCKNEY, MI, USA

TitleTHE MICHIGAN BIG WOODS RESEARCH PLOT AT THE EDWIN S. GEORGE RESERVE, PINCKNEY, MI, USA
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
AuthorsAllen D, Dick CW, BURNHAM ROBYNJ, PERFECTO IVETTE, VANDERMEER JOHN
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