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Discipline Specific Core Concepts is Ecological Core Concepts -- Communities -- Species composition, abundance, and diversity
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View Resource A community of wildflowers growing in a restored prairie in southwestern Wisconsin.

A community of wildflowers growing in a restored prairie in southwestern Wisconsin. The community pictured was open to foraging by meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus), resulting in vegetation...

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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- The Importance of Invertebrate Biodiversity: How can habitat affect biodiversity

In this exercise, students design and perform an experiment that helps them investigate the effects of habitat complexity on biodiversity in aquatic communities. In particular, students will glue...

View Resource NCEP Exercise - Exploring Amphibian Diversity and Strategies for its Conservation

In order to familiarize students with amphibian diversity, decline, and conservation, this exercise focuses on five key questions: 1) What are amphibians; 2) Are amphibians truly in a "crisis"?; 3)...

View Resource Pathways to Scientific Teaching, Chapter 5b of 7: Learning through peer assessment

Ecological succession is driven by disturbance, both natural and human-induced, and change occurs at multiple scales, both temporal and spatial. Understanding the mechanisms involved in succession...

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