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View Resource NCEP Exercise - Climate Change and the Future of the Mink Frog in New York State

There is tremendous uncertainty about what the biotic effects of future climate change might be. Amphibians are of particular concern because of the close association of many of their physiological...

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View Resource NCEP Exercise- Metapopulations: a Literature Analysis

Students are asked to conduct a primary literature search on the topic of metapopulations, using scientific online journal databases (such as PubMed, Ingenta, etc.). Students then choose one article...

View Resource NCEP Exercise- The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park: Conflict and Consensus in Marine Conservation

This is the story of a unique event in the global history of marine conservation. This case study explores: the historical antecedents to establishing the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park (GBRMP); the...

View Resource NCEP Exercise- Thirsty metropolis: A Case Study of New York City's Drinking Water

This case study is divided into two parts to explore the development of the drinking water supply for New York City. First, a brief history on the evolution of the water supply system is presented. ...

View Resource NCEP Exercise- Why is Biodiversity Important: Examples from Everyday Life

This exercise links a daily activity in your studentsí lives to its biological sources. By connecting your studentsí lives to biodiversity in a concrete way, the biodiversity crisis becomes present...

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View Resource Notes on Writing Papers and Theses

This article provides a list of strategies and tactics for effective science writing.

View Resource Of wolves, elk and willows: how predation structures ecosystems

Predator-prey interactions are among the most familiar and important in ecology, and they are also fraught with common misconceptions for students and the lay public. The notion of potential indirect...

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View Resource One McBug Burger Please: Eating insects in ecology class to contextualize climate change discussion

Ecosystem services associated with invertebrates might include soil aeration by earthworms, pollination by bees or habitat provision by coral reefs. However, we do not typically list provision of...

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View Resource Order Up! Ecological Succession at Table Rock State Park in Pickens, South Carolina

Students are given photos of different phases of ecological succession that are from Table Rock State Park in Pickens, South Carolina. Using their knowledge of ecological succession, students arrange...

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,...

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