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View Resource Randomization Tests and Spatially Autocorrelated Data

This article discusses ecological data, particular spatially autocorrelated data, resampling techniques, and randomization techniques. It describes the use of randomization tests, with spatially...

View Resource NCEP Exercise- Why is Biodiversity Important: Examples from Everyday Life

This exercise links a daily activity in your students’ lives to its biological sources. By connecting your students’ lives to biodiversity in a concrete way, the biodiversity crisis becomes present...

View Resource NCEP Exercise- Why is Biodiversity Important: Using the IUCN Red List to Assess Importance

This exercise has students use the IUCN species “Red List” to become familiar with the current status of particular species around the world and to explore the likely consequences to humanity and the...

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...

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View Resource Pacific trillium (Trillium ovatum) flowering in the Siskiyou Mountains of Oregon.

Pacific trillium (Trillium ovatum) flowering in the Siskiyou Mountains of Oregon. Cascading effects of forest fragmentation include reduced recruitment of Pacific trillium as a result of positive...

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