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View Resource Women in Science: Do We Ignore Female Role Models?

This article, originally published in the Ecology 101 section of the Ecological Society of America's Bulletin, describes the authors attempts to assess students' knowledge of women role models in...

View Resource Wood frog (Rana sylatica) egg masses visible just below the water surface of a newly thawed temperate pond in spring.

Soon after temperate ponds thaw and fill with melting snow, wood frogs (Rana sylatica) lay their spherical egg masses and attach them to vegetation just below the water surface. Compared to some...

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View Resource Wood Lily (Lilium philadelphicum) growing on Isle Royale

The image is simply of a rare species of wood lily (Lilium philadelphicum) on Isle Royale, a unique island ecosystem in Lake Superior. Although once widespread across North America, the lily has...

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View Resource Year to year variability in survivorship for common dogmustard (Erucastrum gallicum), a summer annual

This figure shows survivorship curves for spring cohorts of the summer annual plant common dogmustard (Erucastrum gallicum; Brassicaceae) growing in the Jamesville Quarry, Syracuse, NY. It shows how...

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View Resource Yellow-rumped Warbler (Setophaga coronata coronata)

Yellow-rumped Warbler (Setophaga coronata coronata) is feeding on Bayberry (Myrica pensylvanica) berries in New York City. The yellow-rumped warbler exhibits a special adaptation that allows this...

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View Resource Zebra (Equus burchelli) foraging in the Kruger National Park, South Africa

A photo of a zebra (Equus burchelli) foraging in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. Zebras impact the composition of vegetation within the shrubby grassland in which they live. In turn,...

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