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View Resource Tables: Data for Tree Community Comparison Using Sample Plots

These Tables are a Microsoft Excel file of Diameter at Breast Height (DBH) and species identification of trees in paired 20 x 20 m plots, collected by students in my Ecology class over five years....

View Resource Quantifying Behavior Learning Observational Protocols in the Classroom

One of the challenges for teachers without a lab, is how to allow students to observe natural animal behavior directly. The freely available videos by the International Wolf Center are ideal for...

View Resource Move It or Lose It: Species Respond to a Warming World

In this activity students work in teams to examine a primary literature paper, understand statistical output, and interpret graphs. The paper provides crucial evidence on species shifts in latitude...

View Resource Issues in Ecology, Issue 18: Climate Change and U.S Natural Resources: Advancing the Nation's Capability to Adapt

Climate change is affecting land, water, and biodiversity in a variety of ways. While managing ecosystems and resources by relying on an expected set of climate conditions may have worked in the past...

View Resource Issues in Ecology, Issue 17: Ecological Dimensions of Biofuels

The promise of biofuels as a renewable, environmentally friendly energy source has driven a worldwide expansion in their production. However, many questions remain about how to produce biofuels...

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