|Figure 2. Table shows results from |
soil testing. The soil sample
was collected from Nosehill
Park forest ecosystem.
|Figure 3. A hand-drawn picture showing the |
importance of soil bacteria resulting in the
nutrition of plants
|Figure 4. Yarrow was found throughout the forest. Yarrow thrives in poor, dry soil, suggesting that Nosehill Park does not have the healthiest soil.|
|Figure 5. Wood’s Rose (Rosa Woodsii)|
A Wood’s Rose is a deciduous shrub that is capable of living in a variety of climates. Wood’s Rose prefer access to sunlight, but are able to tolerate shaded areas. The Nosehill forest does not provide the best living conditions for Wood’s Rose as canopy of foliage blocks some sunlight.
|Figure 6. An external view of the forest is |
shown in this photo.