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View Resource Life on the Edge: Investigating Habitat Fragmentation, the Edge Effect and Associated Invasive Species in the Field

This field activity allows students to discover the impacts of habitat fragmentation on air and soil temperature, canopy cover, and invasive species presence. It is a versatile activity that can be...

View Resource Investigating the Evolutionary Adaptations that have Enabled Plants to Survive in a Diversity of Habitats

During this exercise students will explore plant diversity in a greenhouse facility to investigate the evolutionary adaptations that have allowed plants to survive in a diversity of habitats....

View Resource Using Student Generated Qualitative Ecological Models

As simplifications of real system, models can be used by students to improve their understanding of an ecosystem and to make predictions about what will happen after a disturbance or other change to...

View Resource Rapid Adaptation of Bean Beetles to a Novel Host

Bean beetles (Callosobruchus maculatus) are phytophagous insects that lay their eggs on the surface of several species of beans in the family Fabaceae. Larval development is completed within the...

View Resource Decomposition and Soil CO2 Emission

Students investigate the factors that control the rate at which CO2 is emitted from soil using simple soil chambers and soda lime in a field experiment. Students in small groups design and conduct...

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