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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...

View Resource Species Interaction, Advantageous or Not: the Fig-Wasp relationship

Species interactions can occur along a continuum from mutualism to parasitism and can evolve to different points along this continuum over time. This classroom activity explores this concept by...

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 Let the People Judge: Community Examining Boards Help Students Learn to Communicate

This article from Ecology 101 in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America describes a model that utilizes a citizen review board or panel to provide input to students regarding local...

View Resource Some Themes Appropriate for Schoolyard Ecology and Other Hands-On Ecology Education

This article from Ecology 101 in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America proposes some methods for professional ecologists to present fundamental ecology themes to pre-college students.

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