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View Resource Magnolia Warbler (spring plumage)

A magnolia warbler displaying spring plumage feeding on an insect

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View Resource Map of Trinidad with Marked Locations

Three maps showing the location of Trinidad and the location of the tributary and pools included in the folder Degradation of a Tropical Stream. Blue lines represent stream path taken from...

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View Resource Melting Glaciers on Mt. Kilimanjaro

This pair of Landsat images shows the rapid loss of the fabled glaciers and snowfields crowning Mt. Kilimanjaro between 1993 and 2000. With the snow and ice nearly gone, the volcano's crater is...

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View Resource Metabolic ecology: How do body size and temperature affect nutrient cycling rates?

In this TIEE dataset, students answer the question of whether nutrient cycling (excretion) rates of fish in lakes scale with body size and temperature as predicted by The Metabolic Theory of...

View Resource Mimicry

This laboratory exercise examines the response of native birds to different frequencies of a mimic species while holding the other two parameters constant - the degree of distastefulness and the...

View Resource Mud manifests history of clear water in murky Minnesota duck depot Lake Christina: Press Release

This press release described the findings of a study of the impacts of human activities on a lake in western Minnesota. The study will be published as part of a 200-year Perspective on Alternative...

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View Resource Nesting trends (2011) of loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) in South Carolina.

Graph depicting the 2011 nesting trends of loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) in South Carolina. The associated PDF file contains a 2009 report from the South Carolina Department of Natural...

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View Resource Obtaining sediment core from Windy Lake in British Columbia

This photograph shows scientists obtaining sediment core, which is useful in studying changes in forest composition, the frequency of forest fires, and climate change over the past 10,000 years. ...

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View Resource Pathways to Scientific Teaching, Chapter 1 of 7: The first day of class--the most important

How motivated, empowered, and confident are students when they walk into a science course with 250 (or more) other students? Often studentsí expectations are limited to taking notes on lectures,...

View Resource Pathways to Scientific Teaching, Chapter 2a of 7: Climate change: confronting student ideas

Students bring prior knowledge about science to our courses, yet sometimes their information is inaccurate.The Beedlow et al. article [attached] provides a foundation for addressing several...

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