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View Resource Taking GIS into the Wild: Teaching GIS to Practicing International Conservation Biologists

This article is a guide for imbedding GPS/GIS in an existing ecology course, or for developing separate training vehicles. Topics include World Conservation Society basic training in GIS, challenges...

View Resource Talking Turkey: Using a short story to facilitate learning and appreciation of energy flows through ecosystems

Human beings are storytellers. This exercise uses the universality of storytelling to engage undergraduate students in ecological science. Students read a fictional narrative that connects scientific...

View Resource Teaching About Landscape Ecology: Developing and Applying Neutral Models

This article emphasizes why it is important to teach landscape ecology in general ecology courses and describes the nature of landscape ecology. The laboratory exercise outlined employs percolation...

View Resource Teaching Experimental Design in Ecology, or How to Do Statistics Without a Bikini

This article emphasizes that when teaching statistics and experimental design, the subject must be communicated in such a way that the general concepts are well understood, even at the expense of...

View Resource Teaching Exponential and Logistic Growth in a Variety of Classroom and Laboratory Settings

Ecology and conservation biology contain numerous examples of populations growing without bounds or shrinking towards extinction. For these populations, the change in the number of individuals...

View Resource Teaching Pseudoreplication Using Simulations

In this article the authors have created a hands-on laboratory exercise designed to illustrate the effects of pseudoreplication in experiments.

View Resource The Ecology Supercourse Concept

This article describes the history and events leading to the creation of an ecology supercourse at the University of California. It introduces the concept of this course and provides a course...

View Resource The influence of Acidification on Ammonification

This experiment examines the influence of moderate (pH 5.5) to extreme (pH 3.5) sulfuric acid-induced acidification on the ability of soil microorganisms to conduct ammonification. Two common soil...

View Resource The Poppy Paradox and Novel Derivation for the Demographic Conditions Favoring the Evolution of Semelparity

This article derives the semelparity model in a novel, more intuitive manner.

View Resource The Sustainable Use of Fisheries

The Evolution of Sustainable Use is a flash-based game that allows multiple players to simultaneously exploit a model fishery. The game presents a fishery as a metaphor for any communally-exploited...

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