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View Resource Using Writing to Teach Science and Policy Aspects of Drought and Water-Ecosystem Services in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta (California, USA).

Students learn how drought affects aquatic ecosystem services such as freshwater provision and habitat preservation by critically analyzing the current problems in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta....

View Resource Very immature loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) hatchling emerging from its egg.

Photo of a very immature loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) hatchling emerging from its egg. Photo taken along coastal South Carolina.

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View Resource Vulnerability of High Diversity Habitats to Introduced Species

This Issue focuses on a research article by Stohlgren et al. (2003) and two responses to it that were published in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. The article discusses the ecology of...

View Resource What Are the Ecological Impacts of Plant Biotechnology?

Biotechnology is viewed by many scientists and the public as a solution to a potential food supply crisis in the coming decades; however, debates about the use, ethics, and the effectiveness of...

View Resource What are the Impacts of Introduced Species?

In this Issue, students will examine published data that address the ecological consequences of introduced species. Activities engage students in data analysis and hypothesis testing, and will...

View Resource What does agriculture have to do with climate change?

This Issue describes how agriculture provides important ecosystem services in the forms of food and fiber, but can also convey many disservices to agroecosystems themselves and to the ecosystems...

View Resource What NOT to Read: A Lesson in Reviewing and Critiquing Scientific Literature Using a Junk Science Article on Climate Change

A central challenge for college-level science and ecology students is understanding the significance of peer-reviewed scientific literature. Such literature is increasingly easy to access, but...

View Resource What's Killing the Coral Reefs and Seagrasses?

In this Issue, students examine published data that address the causes of coral and seagrass decline in Florida. Activities engage students in data analysis and hypothesis testing and will increase...

View Resource When Biocontrol Isnít Effective: Making Predictions and Understanding Consequences

Invasive species are a major threat to global biodiversity, second only to habitat destruction. One solution to the invasive plant species problem is biological control. Sometimes biological control...

View Resource Where Does Water Go When it Rains?

This short film includes interviews with water researchers and presents basic concepts of hydrologic cycle. Understanding where water goes is important for understanding the environmental effects of...

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