Research & Collections Photo Gallery

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Delaware Watershed Conservation Program

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    Academy scientist Dave Keller (l to r), Drexel University student Jillian Adair, and Academy research technician Amanda Chan collect algae and examine the rocks and water depth in Manatawny Creek as part of the Delaware Watershed Conservation Program.
    Photo Credit: John Strickler/The Mercury
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    Academy scientist Dr. Jerry Mead (left), with Drexel University students Emily Johnson, and Jerome Czarick, record stream depth and velocity in Little Bushkill Creek, as part of the Delaware Watershed Conservation Program.
    Photo Credit: Roger L. Thomas/ANSP
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    Academy research technician Amanda Chan documents the vegetation and physical characteristics of the stream and bank for the Delaware Watershed Conservation Program, sponsored by the William Penn Foundation.
    Photo Credit: ANSP Archives

  • Dr. Marina Potapova collects diatoms, single-celled algae.
    Credit: ANSP

  • Dr. Clyde Goulden interviews nomadic herders in Monglia who are affected by climate change.
    Credit: Tuya Goulden
  •  Fisheries scientist David Heller examines a fish for environmental toxins.
    Credit: Bruce Tepper/ANSP
  •  Phycologist Dr. Ling Ren looking at diatoms in her microscope.
    Credit: Bruce Tepper/ANSP

Ornithology

  • Dr. Nate Rice showing a hummingbird specimen from the Ornithology collection to visiting students.
    Credit: Dennis Murphy/ANSP

Paleontology

Entomology


  • Entomologist Isabelle Betancourt with a cicada specimen from the Academy’s world-renowned Entomology Collection of about 4 million specimens.
    Credit: ANSP
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