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View Resource A Bird’s Eye View of Changing Landscapes: Using Google Earth to Explore Changing Landscapes

Students use Google Earth and satellite imagery from the United Nations Environmental Programme’s Atlas of our Changing Environment to discover ways in which landscapes change over time due to human...

http://www.crossingboundaries.org/birds-eye-view-of-changing...
View Resource A Case of a Warbler Eating Berries

This is a photographic case study on the Yellow-rumped Warbler. This bird is unusual among warblers in its ability to eat Bayberry seeds. This ability give is a winter food source that minimizes...

View Resource A Case of a Warbler Eating Berries [resource group]

This is the resource folder for a photographic case study on the Yellow-rumped Warbler. This bird is unusual among warblers in its ability to eat Bayberry seeds. This ability give is a winter food...

http://ecoed.esa.org/index.php?P=AdvancedSearch&Q=Y&F46=%22A...
View Resource A Curriculum Guide to Confronting Climate Change in California

Today's students need to know about climate change-- what it is, why it is occurring, how it will impact them, and what can be done about it. Heat-trapping gas emissions from power plants, vehicles,...

http://www.ucsusa.org/global_warming/science_and_impacts/imp...
View Resource A Curriculum Guide to Confronting Climate Change in the Gulf Coast Region

Todays students need to know about climate change: what it is, why it is occurring, how it will impact them, and what can be done about it. Heat-trapping gas emissions from power plants, vehicles,...

View Resource An in-class role-playing activity to foster discussion and deeper understanding of biodiversity and ecological webs

In a general sense, biodiversity is an intuitively simple concept, referring to the variety of Earth’s organisms. Ecologists, however, conceptualize biodiversity in a more nuanced, multidimensional...

View Resource Climate Change, Food, and ‘Sharing’ among the Iñupiat of Wainwright, Alaska [Part 2 of 2 Case study]

This case study examines the implications of climate change for the Iñupiat community of Wainwright, Alaska. Specifically, it addresses Iñupiat relations with agviq, the bowhead whale (Balaena...

View Resource Cooperative Learning Exercises in Ecology for Undergraduates

This article details the importance of cooperative learning exercises. It provides examples of two exercises. One involves assessing climatic change and the other explores the impact of mutualisms...

View Resource Demography from physical cemeteries, "virtual cemeteries," and census data

In this exercise, students will use data concerning lifespan and demography to generate graphs, compare the survivorship curves of two cohort groups with Logrank (Mantel-Cox) tests, and explain the...

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View Resource Do Antbirds Help or Hinder Army Ants?

In this activity, students examine the nature of the interaction between army ants and ant-following birds. Ant-following birds benefit from the relationship by staying just ahead of the ants and...

http://tiee.esa.org/vol/v4/issues/figure_sets/army_ants/abst...
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