Monday, March 11, 2013

Making tracks during Spring Break


The lack of traffic on the way to work at Emory this morning was a big clue: It's Spring Break and most of the students are scattered to the four winds.

If you are not off on a Spring Break adventure, you can live vicariously by following the coastal capers of environmental studies' students from Anthony Martin's class on the ecology of barrier islands. The group's week-long field trip began on Georgia's Cumberland Island over the weekend. Martin is posting about the trip regularly, including lots of great nature photos, on his blog Life Traces of the Georgia Coast.

We wish the coastal crew, and all the Spring Break travelers, happy trails. The campus is way too quiet without you.

Photos by Anthony Martin.

Related:
Insider's guide to Georgia's barrier islands
Survivor: The marsh episode

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