|Panther Creek Field Guide||Education, Field Guides||Erik Scott||
Morphology and Sedimentology of Panther Creek, Montgomery County Preserve. Tucked away just south of The Woodlands, Texas is the Montgomery County Preserve - a greenway that local residents use to walk their dogs or jog and groups use to learn about local flora. The preserve also holds a natural laboratory to explore a meandering creek system. Spending part or all of a day along a ½ km of Panther Creek where it merges with Spring Creek allows visitors to investigate numerous features of the creek as well as interact with the processes that form and continually modify them. The field guide points out the various features of the creek at a number of locations along with explanations of the processes that are occurring. Individuals or groups from grade school science classes, scouts, high school to college geology classes through to industry professionals will all be able to expand their understanding of river systems with a visit.
|Saturday, February 1, 2014||Panther Creek Field Guide - Erik Scott - Feb 2014.pdf|