Ecology may be oonsidered as one of the vital parts of botany, since there are two ultimate facts in this science; namely, the plant and its habitat . The habitat is made up of the physical factors that control function. At Timpanogos there are so many different habitats, that the chief problem is not that of finding a problem to study, but rather that of selecting one from the many. The purpose of this paper is to point out some of the interesting features that are found in a study of Timpanogos Creek from Aspen Grove to Wildwood.
College and Department
Plant and Wildlife Sciences
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Harris, Marion L., "An ecological study of Timpanogos creek from Aspen Grove to Wildwood" (1926). Theses and Dissertations. 8065.
Riparian ecology, Utah, Timpanogos, Mount; Botany, Utah, Timpanogos, Mount