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View Resource An intertidal community off South Diablo Point in central California.

The intertidal community off South Diablo Point in central California was impacted by a thermal discharge from a power-generation station into Diablo Cove. Diablo Rock is visible in the background of...

View Resource An oblique aerial view of the Mullica River showing an invasive reed (Phragmites australis) and two species of native grasses (Spartina spp.).

In this oblique aerial view of Hog Island in the Mullica River, a common reed (Phragmites australis; in green) is visible. P. australis was first observed spreading rapidly on upper Hog Island in...

View Resource Ants (Crematogaster nigriceps) feeding on nectar produced by extrafloral nectaries on an acacia plant.

A photo of Crematogaster nigriceps, one of four ants that live on an Acacia species in the central highlands of Kenya. The ant feeds on the nectar produced by the nectaries associated with the...

View Resource Assessing Gains in Undergraduate Students' Abilities to Analyze Graphical Data

The authors of this TIEE Research Paper assessed analytical and graphing abilities in undergraduate students at four colleges and universities. The authors integrated use of graphing and data...

View Resource Assessment of the teaching of evolution by natural selection through a hands-on simulation

Given the expense, time and considerable teacher effort required to perform hands-on activities in the classroom, their consequences for student learning need to be evaluated. This study takes one...

View Resource Attracting Future Ecologists Through a Collaborative, Experiential Undergraduate Program

This article describes the Global Studies Program at Southwest State University. It details the benefits of such a program and the classes it involves.

View Resource Bark scorpion (Centriodes sp.) in the field under a blacklight (UV light)

A bark scorpion (Centroides sp., green in the photograph) is pictured in an oval of ultraviolet light (purple in the photograph), demonstrating a unique method for studying scorpions in their native...

View Resource Basic ecological literacy; a first cut

This article, first published in the Ecological Society of America's Education Section Newsletter (2:4-5), defines basic ecological literacy according to eleven concepts that all students should...

View Resource Bayberries (Myrica pensylvanica)

In this close up view of bayberries you can clearly see a whitish waxy coating. Bayberries are boiled to melt this wax for use in bayberry scented candles. One of the berries has been nibbled by a...

View Resource Berkeley Digital Library Photo Collection

More than 80,000 digital images are available for online searching. Images include plants, animals, people, landscapes, and others; many of them are also linked to other datasets online. A variety of...

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