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View Resource Hatchling loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) on a beach in South Carolina

Photo of a hatchling loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) on a beach in South Carolina. Female loggerheads lay their eggs on land and juveniles, such as the one pictured here, migrate from the...

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View Resource Heavily browsed willows (Salix spp.) on the floodplain of East Blacktail Creek, in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, during peak spring runoff.

The floodplain lacks young willows (Salix spp.) and is dominated largely by upland grasses and herbaceous dicots. Bank and channel erosion are prominent. Willows decreased in stature and abundance...

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http://www.esajournals.org/doi/abs/10.1890/06-2042.1
View Resource Himba herdsman of the Omuramba settlement area in Namibia.

Until the mid-1990s the semi-nomadic Himba applied a sophisticated management system which combined season-dependent pasture use, preservation of reserves for drought, and sanctions for...

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http://www.esajournals.org/doi/abs/10.1890/06-1193.1
View Resource Hoopoe Lark (Alaemon alaudipes) nest in the Arabian Desert.

Two eggs are visible in this Hoopoe Lark (Alaemon alaudipes) nest. This lark species generally produces 23 chicks per brood. This lark lives in a desert environment, and compared to closely related...

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http://www.esajournals.org/doi/abs/10.1890/03-0170
View Resource How Many Students Know, How Many Species are on Earth?

This article describes an exercise performed at the beginning of an introductory level ecology course. It involves students estimating the number of species of plants and animals on earth and a...

View Resource How Much Water Do We Use?

This short film presents the one of the basic concepts of a hydrologic cycle, a water budget. How much water is there? Where it is and how does it move. For example, how does land use effect the...

http://www.scivee.tv/node/4294
View Resource How to Write Backwards

This article lists five rules to help inexperienced and experienced writers produce better papers/theses.

View Resource Hubbard Brook Streamflow Response to Deforestation

This teaching activity explores what the short- and long-term effects of a whole-watershed deforestation experiment are on streamflow. Students can use an MS Excel file or hard copy of data to graph...

http://tiee.esa.org/vol/v1/data_sets/hubbard/hubbard.html
View Resource Human Alteration of the Global Nitrogen Cycle

In this Issue, students explore large-scale anthropogenic changes to the nitrogen cycle by examining studies that document anthropogenic inputs of nitrogen globally, the export of nitrogen from...

http://tiee.esa.org/vol/v1/figure_sets/nitrogen/nitrogen.htm...
View Resource Image of a robber fly (Efferia texana) perched on a rock

I use this image in my junior level ecology class in the unit on physiological ecology to illustrate the evolution of organismal design. I show the image and tell them who the critter is and what...

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