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View Resource Issues in Ecology, Issue 13: Active Teaching on Carbon Dynamics in Ecosystems

All ecology texts include figures showing carbon cycles of various types (terrestrial, marine, global, etc). However, education research shows that introductory level students (both college and high...

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 Move It or Lose It: Species Respond to a Warming World

In this activity students work in teams to examine a primary literature paper, understand statistical output, and interpret graphs. The paper provides crucial evidence on species shifts in latitude...

View Resource NCEP Exercise - Applied Demography: Parrots and Palms

This exercise provides students with an introduction to applied demographic analysis. Students examine a scenario involving parrots and harvesting of the trees they require for nesting. Our...

View Resource NCEP Exercise - Models and Endangered Species Management: the Case of California Condors

This hypothetical population modeling exercise for the California condor, a highly endangered species, allows students to predict the outcome of different management options based on modifications...

View Resource NCEP Exercise - Scale and Magnitude of Deforestation: Determining Rate and Extent of Change Using Remote Sensing and a GIS

In this exercise, students will assess occurrences of regional deforestation in the Amazon. Students will develop a change-detection model of deforestation in the headwaters of the Amazon by...

View Resource NCEP Exercise- Bats of Madagascar: How to Manage a Landscape to Protect Bats.

In this exercise students analyze given data to assess which areas in a landscape are important areas for bat conservation. Students will identify potential areas of importance on a map, prioritize...

View Resource NCEP Exercise- Census and Survey Techniques: Perpendicular Distance from Indirect Measurements

This exercise allows students to become familiar with sampling techniques used in field biology and how data is obtained from these techniques. Often times obtaining exact distances measurements can...

View Resource NCEP Exercise- Conservation Genetics: Inbreeding, Fluctuating Asymmetry and Captive Breeding

Conservation genetics is central to successful captive breeding and subsequent re-introduction of threatened species. Many species have been saved from extinction by captive breeding programs, which...

View Resource NCEP Exercise- Ecological Consequences of Extinctions: Ecological Decay in Isolated Forest Fragments

In order to examine the effects of extinction on an ecosystem, this exercise simulates a real life example in Venezuela. Students imagine they are working for a Non-Governmental Organization...

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