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View Resource Golden-winged Warbler

A golden-winged warbler feeding on an insect

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View Resource Grassland in the Valle Grande, Valles Caldera National Preserve, New Mexico, near sunrise.

The Valle Grande in the Valles Caldera National Preserve, New Mexico is one of the National Science Foundation’s Ecology of Infectious Disease study sites. A recent study examined the role that local...

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View Resource Grasslands, Rangelands, and Agricultural Systems

This report explores how switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.), a native perennial cellulosic grass, may become the center of biofuel production in some parts of the Great Plains and Midwest. This...

View Resource Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) capturing fish at Seney National Wildlife Refuge

The image shows predation (piscivory) by a Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) in a wetland complex Great Blue Herons typically forage for fish, frogs, and other animals at the edge of a body of water...

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View Resource Growing Plants for Fuel: Predicting Effects on Water, Soil, and the Atmosphere

This report looks at both the grain and cellulose-based “bioenergy landscapes” and review what is known about their biogeochemical impacts. This report will also explore the complexity of factors...

View Resource Guidelines for Partnerships in Applied Ecology and Education

Explains why we are moving away from traditional laboratory and field exercises towards group or individual research projects that involve "real-world" situations. Although it can be difficult to...

View Resource Hatchling loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) on a beach in South Carolina

Photo of a hatchling loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) on a beach in South Carolina. Female loggerheads lay their eggs on land and juveniles, such as the one pictured here, migrate from the...

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View Resource Heavily browsed willows (Salix spp.) on the floodplain of East Blacktail Creek, in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, during peak spring runoff.

The floodplain lacks young willows (Salix spp.) and is dominated largely by upland grasses and herbaceous dicots. Bank and channel erosion are prominent. Willows decreased in stature and abundance...

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View Resource Himba herdsman of the Omuramba settlement area in Namibia.

Until the mid-1990s the semi-nomadic Himba applied a sophisticated management system which combined season-dependent pasture use, preservation of reserves for drought, and sanctions for...

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View Resource Hoopoe Lark (Alaemon alaudipes) nest in the Arabian Desert.

Two eggs are visible in this Hoopoe Lark (Alaemon alaudipes) nest. This lark species generally produces 2–3 chicks per brood. This lark lives in a desert environment, and compared to closely related...

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